Film and video permits

Customer Advisory (COVID-19)
Washington County Department of Land Use & Transportation is authorizing Film and Video permits. Participants are expected to follow all local and state laws and guidelines, including those related to COVID-19.
 


Film and video permitsWash Co Permit Portal Call OutWashington County Operations and Maintenance Division process permits for events such as filming/video, walk/bike races, parades and block parties.

The preferred processing time for film and video permits is four weeks. However, we understand that production timelines are often much shorter and we will allow film and video permit applications to be submitted two weeks in advance. The process remains the same and this is not a guarantee of approval; it is however, intended to provide some ease for those applying with less than a four-week timeline.

Application submittal requirement

  1. Completed Film and Video Application via the Public Permitting and Services Portal
  2. Non-refundable application and permit fee
  3. Certificate of Liability Insurance
  4. A signed Washington County, Oregon Indemnity Agreement & Waiver of Liability
  5. Traffic control and parking plans, if needed

Public Permitting and Services Portal: First-time users

Visit the Public Permitting and Services Portal for applications for these events and more. First-time users will need to fist complete the one-time account registration process. Watch the "How to Register" video.

Once an account is created, users can: