The SAIL website contains survey, tax assessor, and other property related information for all of Multnomah County.
County Surveyor Pages
Guidelines for setting monuments when iron rods or pipes cannot be used.
Examples of various items on a consent affidavit.
List of County Surveyors dating back to 1857
How to execute a plat under power of attorney
Schedule of fees and deposits for the Surveyor's Office.
All the forms and documentation you need to submit a plat or survey.
How to notarize a plat.
Process for submitting surveys, plats and associated documents to Multnomah County Surveyor’s Office via email or Google Drive.
The naming of subdivisions or condominium plats in Oregon must conform to ORS 92.090(1).
There are over 2,000 public land corners in Multnomah County, and the County Surveyor’s Office actively maintains over 1,000 of them on a recurring basis.
How to submit a plat and how to pay for it.
Tri-County standards for surveys and plats.
How to submit a survey and how to pay for it.
Common questions and concerns, and link to a few helpful resources.
The County Surveyor's office and the services we provide.
Contact information for the County Surveyor's office.
The Surveyor’s Office counter is open to the public on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, from 8:00am – 4:30pm.