Before Multnomah County can issue a right-of-way permit, the Permittee must provide proof of Commercial General Liability Insurance.
Prior to beginning any work or activities under this Permit, the Permittee shall confirm in writing to the County that Permittee has obtained a commercial general liability insurance policy that provides: (i) for a combined single limit of not less than $1,000,000 per each incident or occurrence, and with an annual aggregate limit of not less than $2,000,000 ; (ii) for extended reporting period coverage for claims made within two years after the activities, work or associated work authorized under this Permit is completed; (iii) for the County, its officers, employees and agents to be named as additional named insureds for all activities, work or associated work being authorized under this Permit. This Permit is automatically revoked without further action if the insurance is permitted to lapse, is canceled, or for any other reason becomes inoperative. Insurance policy limits quoted herein are minimums set for 2014 and shall be subject to County review and adjustment annually.
- Download a printable version of these insurance requirements to provide to your insurer.
- Review a sample Certificate of Liability
Send certificate to:
Multnomah County Right-of-Way Permits
1620 SE 190th Avenue
Portland, OR 97233