Coos Art Museum
Coos Bay Public Library @ 2:00
Coos Bay Fire Department @ 5:30
× When does my permit expire?
Building permits expire if there are no inspections for 180 days. The best way to keep your permit from expiring is to make progress and have regular inspections as you work. If you can't work within a 180-day period and don't wish to abandon the project, you may submit a written request to the Community Development Department to extend your permit for an additional 180 days.
× Who can I call if I have questions or comments about a land use project?
You can always contact the Planning Division office at 541-269-8918 to get information about a land use or planning project. If you received a mailed notice of a pending land use hearing, the project planner’s name and direct contact information will appear on the notice.
× What are my property setbacks?
Setbacks for buildings and structures are determined by the zoning district in which development is occurring, the type of structure, and the number of floors. The City of Coos Bay Municipal Code, Chapter 17.150, outlines the requirements for yards and setbacks. General requirements for yards is 10 feet for street frontage and 5 feet from the property line for the interior side and rear. Side and rear yards must also have an additional foot for each story or part story above the first story of any building. There are additional requirements for vision clearance and vehicular access, and exceptions for accessory buildings and specific lots.
The Municipal Code contains all ordinances for the City of Coos Bay.
Ordinances are laws, rules and regulations which govern how City government works, and how citizens live and do business in the City of Coos Bay.
Codification is the systematic process of collecting and arranging the laws, rules and regulations of the City that are passed by Ordinance.
Plans adopted by the Coos Bay City Council
Economic Opportunity Analysis
FRONT STREET ACTION PLAN
The following Standards and Specifications have been adopted by the City of Coos Bay as a guide for standardization within the city.