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  • Welcome to the Landscape Contractors Board of Oregon
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    Created in 1972, the State Landscape Contractors Board (LCB) licenses landscape contracting businesses and landscape construction professionals.  Landscape construction professionals must meet experience and/or education requirements and pass a competency exam.  Landscape contracting businesses must obtain a surety bond, submit evidence of liability insurance and employ or be owned by a licensed landscape construction professional. 
     
CURRENT TOPICS ANNOUNCEMENTS
HOW TO BECOME LICENSED
Are you interested in a career in landscape construction? Click below for a step by step process on how to become licensed to do landscape work in the state of Oregon and exam information.

How to Become Licensed

  
VEHICLE STICKERS - NO LONGER VALID
 

DROUGHT WATCH

Oregon is experiencing drought conditions in many areas of the state. Find out more about the conditions, drought assistance, and what you can do to use water wisely.
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​CONSIDERING RETIRING?  SELLING YOUR BUSINESS?

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KEEP UP TO DATE WITH THE LCB
LCB on facebook
We have joined the Facebook family! Whether you are a consumer looking for a licensed landscape contracting business, a licensee or another agency..."like" our page and keep up to date with the current happenings at the LCB.
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NEW OPTION - PRACTICAL SKILLS EXAMINATION!
The first practical skills examination will be held on July 22, 2016.  Click here​for more information.
 
BOARD POSITIONS AVAILABLE
Passionate about consumer protection??? We are looking for both a public AND an industry board member.
For information on how to apply: Click Here

If you have questions, please contact Elizabeth Boxall at 503-967-6291 ext 224.
 
NEXT LCB MEETING
The next LCB Board Meeting will be held July 15, 2016 at Keizer Community Center, Keizer, Oregon.  You can earn CEH by attending this meeting.  ​

 
PROPOSED RULE AMENDMENTS​  rulelmaking hearing set April 5, 2016​