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Regional Offices
ODOT Regions
ODOT Regions
The Oregon Department of Transportation divides its highway operations into five geographical regions. Each region is responsible for developing and managing the construction of highway projects, plus the maintenance of state, federal and interstate highways within its boundaries.
 
Region 1 Portland-Metro
123 NW Flanders Street
Portland, Oregon 97209-4037
503-731-8200
 
Region 2 Northwest Oregon
455 Airport Road, SE Building B
Salem, Oregon 97301-5395
503-986-2600
 
Region 3 Southwest Oregon
3500 NW Stewart Parkway
Roseburg, Oregon 97470-1687
541-957-3500 
 
Region 4 Central Oregon
63055 N. Highway 97
Bend, Oregon 97701-5765
541-388-6180
 
Region 5 Eastern Oregon
3012 Island Avenue
La Grande, Oregon 97850-9497
541-963-3177
 

 
Area Offices
Area offices are responsi­ble for the selection, design and construc­tion of highway projects within specific geographical areas. Area managers also serve as the chief liaison between ODOT and the local governments within their areas.
 
Portland - West Metro
(Columbia, West Multnomah, Washington Counties)
503-731-8503
 
Portland - Central Metro
(West Clackamas, Central Multnomah Counties)
503-731-3263
 
Portland - East Metro
(East Clackamas, Hood River, East Multnomah Counties)
503-731-8528
 
North Coast
(Clatsop, Tillamook Counties)
503-325-4732
 
Mid-Willamette Vall ey
(Marion, Polk, Yamhill Counties)
503-986-2764
 
Cascades - West Area
(Benton, Linn Counties)
541-757-4104
 
Lane County Area
(Lane County)
541-744-8080
 
Southwest Area
(Western Douglas, Coos, Curry Counties)
541-396-3707
 
Rogue Valley Area
(Eastern Douglas, Jackson, Josephine Counties)
541-774-6353
 
Central Oregon/Lower John Day Area
(Crook, Deschutes, Jefferson, Western Lake, Wheeler Counties)
541-388-6071
 
Klamath Area
(Klamath, Southern Lake Counties)
541-883-5665
 
North Oregon Area
(Baker, Union, Wallowa Counties)
541-983-1328
 
Southeast Oregon Area
(Harney, Malhuer Counties)
541-889-8558
 

 
Project Offices
Project offices monitor the day-to-day activities of construction projects on state highways within specific geographical areas. Project managers make sure construction is done to ODOT specifications and that projects are delivered on time and within budget. Project managers also act as a liaison between contractors and neighbors should conflicts arise concerning work schedules, property impacts, etc.
 
Portland – Beaverton
(Columbia, Washington Counties)
503-641-8723
 
Portland – Central Metro
(West Clackamas and Central Multnomah Counties)
503-731-4343
 
Portland – Troutdale
(East Clackamas, Hood River and East Multnomah Counties)
503-667-8834
 
North Coast – Astoria
(Clatsop and Tillamook Counties)
503-325-7222
 
Mid-Willamette Valley - Salem
(Marion, Polk and Yamhill Counties)
503-986-2900
 
Cascades-West Area - Corvallis
(Benton and Linn Counties)
541-757-4104
 
Central Oregon Coast – Seal Rock
(Lincoln County)
541-563-6407
 
Lane County Area - Springfield
(Lane County)
541-744-8080
 
Rogue Valley Area - Roseburg
(Douglas County)
541-957-3689
 
South Oregon Coast - Coquille
(Coos and Curry Counties)
541-396-1152
 
Southwest Area – White City
(Jackson and Josephine Counties)
541-774-6357
 
Central Oregon - Bend
(Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson Counties)
541-388-6468
 
Lower John Day – The Dalles
(Gilliam, Sherman and Wasco Counties)
541-296-2800
 
Klamath Area – Klamath Falls
(Klamath and Southern Lake Counties)
541-883-5665
 
Northeast Oregon Area – La Grande
(Baker, Union and Wallowa Counties)
541-963-1359
 
Northeast Oregon Area – Pendleton
(Morrow and Umatilla Counties)
541-276-0140 
 
Southeast Oregon Area
(Harney and Malhuer Counties)
541-889-8558
 

 
Maintenance District Offices
ODOT’s district maintenance offices are responsible for taking care of the interstate, federal and state highways within their boundaries. Duties include patching pot-holes and repairing damaged guardrails in the summer months to plowing snow and applying sand and anti-icing chemicals in the winter. District offices also issue permits for roadside signs, driveways connecting to state highways and roadside excavations.
 
Maintenance District Offices

 
OTIA III Bridge Delivery Program
OTIA III is the third Oregon Transportation Investment Act. Enacted by the 2003 Legislature, the $2.46 billion OTIA III allocates $1.3 billion to repair or replace hundreds of aging state highway bridges. This work will be accomplished during the next eight to 10 years by ODOT with its OTIA III Sate Bridge Delivery Program.
 
 
OTIA III contacts and additional information
 
County Road Departments