701 Adams Street
PO Box 447
Fossil, OR 97830
Phone: (541) 763-2126
Hours: Monday - Friday
8:00 am-5:00 pm
Kimmy Sue Lickteig
WHEELER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
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Land use and zoning permits for activities on all lands outside the Urban Growth Boundary of the three Cities: Partitioning; Property Line Adjustments; Conditional and Permitted Use Permits, Ag Exempt Permits; GIS mapping services; Wild and Scenic Waterways and Flood Zone Determination; Comprehensive planning and development; Rural Addressing.
The Planning Commission meets as needed. The meetings are held in the Jeanne E. Burch Family Services Building located at 401 Fourth Street; Fossil, OR, unless otherwise published in the newspaper of record.
The Planning Department strives to protect the agricultural and forest lands within the County while promoting responsible development for the benefit of landowners and the economic health of the county as a whole. Parties interested in building, development, or other actions governed by State statute and the local Wheeler County Zoning Ordinance are encouraged to call the County Planning Department and discuss regulations and possible options for consideration in an effort to promote healthy stewardship of lands within our County.
All building permits for structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and mobile home placement are issued through the State of Oregon Building Codes Division. You may access their information online at www.oregon.gov/bcd, by phone at (541)276-7814, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Water Master - Wheeler: Phone (541)384-4207
Wheeler Soil and Water Conservation District (website): Phone (541)468-2990
Onsite Septic Program (Harney County) (website):
Jesse Barnes, County Onsite Specialist
Cell Phone: 541-589-2696
State of Oregon Building Codes (website): Phone (541)276-7814 Pendleton
DEQ Eastern Region Contacts - Call (541)633-2018 to verify location of septic tanks