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MICHAEL R. RICE, COUNTY SURVEYOR
1510 3RD ST., SUITE C
TILLAMOOK OR 97141
LOCATED IN THE TLC CREDIT
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
8-5 CLOSED FOR THE NOON HOUR
PHONE 503-842-3423 or 800-488-8280-EXT 3423
OUR OFFICE DOES NOT PERFORM PRIVATE SURVEYS TO THE PUBLIC. YOU MUST CONTACT A PRIVATE LAND SURVEYOR. PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR OUR SERVICE DESCRIPTION.
Our Survey Records are
available online. You can access these records by clicking the "Online
Records" link on the left.
The additional links, on the left, are to several other forms and lists that should be helpful in doing business with our office.
Flood zone information
is available from the Department of Community Development.
Check their web page or call 503-842-3408, our office does not have these records.
REQUIRED ITEMS TO BE SUBMITTED WITH THE FOLLOWING:
The most current Deed or Title Report and Letter of Approval from
Community Development or City of Jurisdiction
along with our required fees.
The most current Deed or Title Report and required fee.
The Plat & Declaration need to be submitted to this office for review at the same time as
it is being submitted to the Real Estate Commission.
Letter of Approval from Community Development, and our required fee.
If you would like to submit the new Legal descriptions of the proposed changes that would be
included in any deeds, we will also review those when we review the map.
The maps produced by the Metsker Company are no longer available through that company.
Instead they recommend contacting Big Sky County Maps of Oregon.
are available from the following company
Our office does not perform private surveys. Should you require the assistance of a private surveyor, you can check the local phone book or the internet for their contact information. We apologize for this inconvenience.
Our office does survey work and mapping for Tillamook County Government. This office is also responsible for the recovery, restoration, and preservation of all Public Land Corners as well as maintain the grid in which all surveys are based. (i.e. Section corners, Quarter corners, DLC corners, Initial Points of Subdivisions, etc.) We maintain all surveys of record and verify plats, boundary line adjustments and check maps that are turned in by the private land surveyors.
We have records of mapping or corner information and some aerial photos.
Procedures for map submittal:
Reviews and Records survey work done by private surveyors and companies. One Paper Copy, in Final format, is accepted for preliminary review and must be accompanied with the necessary Review Fees (see link above for Fee Schedule) calculated on whether it is a Survey, Lot Line Adjustment, Partition, Subdivision, or Condominium being submitted. There are, also, applications that need to be included with Partitions, Subdivisions, and Condominiums. Final versions of Survey Maps can be submitted on vellum or mylar. Final versions of Subdivisions, Condominiums, and Partitions must be on mylar. Take into consideration, that according to O.R.S. 209.250(4)(a), the County Surveyor has 30 days in which to review and return all maps submitted for review. Partition Plats, Subdivision Plats, and Condominium Plats are signed by the County Surveyor and other required departments.
Per O.R.S. 92.090(1), Subdivision names need to be approved by the County Surveyor. Call or come by our office to verify that the name you are considering is available. Once we have verified the availability of the name, we will mail a letter of confirmation to you. Condominium names need to be approved by the County Assessor.
Procedures for Removal, Destruction, or Interference with PLSS Land Corners
209.140 Necessary interference with corners; prior notice to county surveyor required; exception for emergency; fees. (1) Any person or public agency that finds it necessary to interfere with or pave over any established public land survey corner or accessories for any reason, shall notify the county surveyor prior to the interference, who shall lower and witness the monument, or place another monument and witness over the existing monument or reference and replace or set a witness monument, as the case may demand, and record the proceedings in the record of permanent surveys. The county surveyor may charge a fee in an amount that will reimburse the county for the work performed.
(2) When an emergency exists and the county surveyor is unavailable, the person or public agency causing the interference shall cause a registered professional land surveyor to preserve the monument as required in subsection (1) of this section. The registered professional land surveyor referencing the monument shall notify the county surveyor of the references within two business days after the references or interference, whichever occurs first.
Additional Information Available In Our Office:
Other Records that are not online.
Map standards, land section diagrams, township maps.
Cash or checks are accepted.
This Page was last updated, Friday, May 26, 2017.