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The City's Planner on Duty can:
Call 503-618-2780 or POD@GreshamOregon.gov.
If you reach voicemail, leave a detailed message, including specific property information.
How to determine your property line:
The City does not provide survey services for private property owners.
For assistance with property surveying you need to contact a private survey company.
The City can provide you information on your lot dimensions, but not where the lines are.
For lot dimensions contact Permit Services at 503-618-2845, or the Planner on Duty at 503-618-2780 or POD@GreshamOregon.gov.
The City's fence code is located in Section 9.0400 of the Development Code.
Fencing can be on a property line and not encroach on a right-of-way.
For additional questions about property lines and fences contact the Planner on Duty at 503-618-2780 or POD@GreshamOregon.gov.
Take advantage of free mediation services at East Metro Mediation if you are experiencing difficulty with a neighbor regarding property lines.
An impartial mediator provides a safe setting for both sides of the issue to be expressed.