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The State of Oregon leases over 4 million square feet of office space from private landowners.
The State of Oregon solicits information on properties for leases for 10,000 square feet or more through a "Hot Sheet" process.  To receive Hot Sheets when they are issued, send a request to: Brenda.E.SCHNEE@oregon.gov.  Please include your name, company, telephone number, fax number and e-mail address.  If you do not have an e-mail address, please send your fax number and address and we will deliver the Hot Sheets to your fax or send by mail.  You can also mail a written request to:
Department of Administrative Services
Enterprise Asset Management, Real Estate Services
1225 Ferry Street SE U100
Salem, OR 97301-4281

For leases smaller than 10,000 square feet, the Real Estate Services Leasing Agents use "Loop Net", local newspapers, and other resources to provide Agencies with a selection of properties that might meet their space requirements. 

   The Department of Administrative Services transitioned to a new business model and this caused a variety of changes and additions to our Oregon.gov website beginning July 2, 2012. We have redirects in place to help end users reach the desired content, but redirects are only a temporary solution. Please be sure to update your bookmarks, tabs and favorites to reflect the Entrepreneurial Management changes.  Your new links to this page should look like this:  http://oregon.gov/DAS/EAM/pages/leasing/private_owners.aspx
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Governor Brown directs agencies to reduce water use
On July 27, 2015 Governor Brown issued Executive Order 15-09 directing state agencies to reduce water consumption by 15 percent or more across all state-owned facilities on or before December 31, 2020, and to work with private building owners who lease facilities to state agencies to reduce non-essential water consumption at their buildings.   According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, all of Oregon is experiencing severe drought conditions and nearly half the state is in extreme drought. As the state explores avenues to conserve water in its own assets, we kindly ask that you look for ways to reduce non-essential water consumption wherever practicable.  Please visit www.drought.oregon.gov to learn more about drought conditions in Oregon and suggestions for water conservation.  We are grateful for whatever you can do to help. Review this water-saving fact sheet to learn more.


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