Multnomah County’s Vehicle Registration Fee
Why a county vehicle fee?
In 2009 Multnomah County's Board of Commissioners adopted a county vehicle registration fee to help fund a replacement for the deteriorated Sellwood Bridge. Revenue from this fee will be used to replace the Sellwood Bridge, as required by state law.
The 85-year-old bridge has a federal sufficiency rating of 2 out of 100, with 100 representing a bridge in excellent condition. Most trucks and buses cannot use the bridge due to its 10-ton weight limit.
For information about the fee amount, how and when to pay it, and how it will be used.
For information about the project to replace the Sellwood Bridge.
How to renew your vehicle registration fee if you've moved into or out of Multnomah County recently.