Pesticides and PARC

The Pesticide and Fertilizer Programs regulate the sale and use of pesticides and fertilizers in Oregon with the following goals:

  • Protect people and the environment from any adverse effects of pesticide use while maintaining the availability of pesticides for beneficial uses
  • Assure that effective fertilizer, agricultural mineral, agricultural amendment, and lime products are provided for agricultural and consumer uses​

What is a pesticide?

Informational video

Online license renewal

Request for recertification attendance record review​

Attendance Record Review form

Review form

Pesticide advisories

Pesticide drift automated call: April 11, 2016

File a report of loss

License renewal information

Change your address

ODA Pesticide Bulletin ​​

ODA Pesticide Bulletin (Spring Issue)

In this issue: Information about Alexis Taylor, ODA's new director; ODA and Oregon State University developing a voluntary pollinator plan; changes ahead for the Worker Protection Standard; issues surrounding chlorpyrifos; knowing what your license allows; plus, fertilizer and pesticide violation lists. Pesticide spring newsletter



To report a pesticide incident that has impacted people, animals, or the environment, call 503-986-6470. ​​Your phone call will be routed 24 hours a day to 211info specialists, who will take your information. PARC staffers will contact you within one business day.​​

Pesticides Program
Phone: 503-986-4635
Fax: 503-986-4735

​​Pesticide Program investigation districts and contact information​​

Fertilizer Program
Phone: 503-986-4635
Fax: 503-986-4735