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Online Application (Adobe PDF Reader ONLY)

 
The application
Instruction Booklet and the application forms are seperated by entity. Please read the Instruction Booklet  as it contains valuable information to help you complete the application correctly (such as choosing your entity, bonds, insurance, fees, etc.).

To submit the application online or print
(Use Adobe PDF Reader ONLY)
Although there are multiple PDF readers available, this form is designed to work with Adobe software only (to download for free, click the adobe reader icon on the bottom of this page). Each application can be submitted by clicking on "Submit Your Application" button at the bottom of the last page. Upon submitting, you will receive an automated email letting you know your application has been received.

Here's how to submit your application online using Adobe PDF reader or acrobat:
1. After reading the Instruction Booklet. Click on the link to open your selected application.
2. Save the application to your computer.
3. Open the saved application.
4. Complete the application and hit submit or print at the bottom of the application. You will receive an automated response letting you know your application has been received successfully.
5. The Application Payment and Signature form can be printed then mailed, faxed (secured line) to 503.373.2155 or dropped off to the CCB.

Attaching the completed application to an email manually:
1. After reading the Instruction Booklet. Save the document to your computer.
2. Complete the document and save your completed application.
3. Create an email to ccb.app@ccb.state.or.us
4. Attach your completed application and hit send. You will receive an automated response letting you know your application has been received successfully.
5. The Application Payment and Signature form can be printed then mailed, faxed (secured line) to 503.373.2155 or dropped off to the CCB.

*e-form is an Adobe PDF fillable form

**Adobe Reader, or equivalent, is required to view PDF files. Click the "Get Adobe Reader" image to get a free download of the reader from Adobe at the bottom of this page


Instruction Booklet

Application Payment and Signature forms (print only)

Sole Proprietor (*e-form)

Corporation or Trust (*e-form)

Limited Liability Company (*e-form)

Limited Partnership (*e-form)

Limited Liability Partnership (*e-form)


 



CCB License Application step-by-step
 (slide show)

The CCB developed these step-by-step slide presentations to assist contractors filling out the official licensing application (above). They are not to be used as the official application.
 
Please click on the presentation below that corresponds with your chosen business entity. Page 4 of the Instructions provides a summary of the accepted business entities for CCB licenses.
 
Sole Proprietor
 
Corporation
 
Limited Liability Company (LLC)
 
Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
 
Partnerships and Joint Ventures
 
Limited Partnerships
 
Trusts

 
 

 

Home Inspector Certification Application
 
Home Inspector Test Application Packet
      Includes general information, eligibility requirements, test application
 

 

Lead Based Paint Applications
Lead-Based Paint Renovation Contractors License (LBPR)(Business) 
 
Lead-Based Paint Inspection Contractors License (Business)
 
Lead-Based Paint Abatement Contractors License (business) 
 
Lead-Based Paint Activities License (Individual)
 
 


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Changes to CCB License or Records
Record Change - Address, ABN, Entity
     Use this form to make changes on your CCB license record for your address of record,  
     assumed business name*, or changes to your entity*.
 
Record Change – Endorsement
     Use this form to make changes to the license endorsement. Contractors that have
     licenses using the “category” structure must select from the endorsement structure.
 
Record Change – Personnel or Responsible Managing Individual (RMI)
     Use this form to make changes to corporate officers*, LLC members* or the RMI.
 
Record Change – Independent Contractor Status
     Use this form to make changes on your CCB license record on your exempt (no
     employees) or non-exempt (have employees) status*.
 
Record Change- LBPR-RRP Certificate Holder
     Use this form to request a change to the RRP certificate holder for your Lead-Based Paint
     Renovation (LBPR) Contractor's License.
 
*Changes in these areas require the licensee to complete paperwork required by other agencies. (i.e. Changing your assumed business name requires you to also make the change with the Corporation Division.)

 


 
Request to Change to Inactive Status
 
Request to Reactivate from Inactive Status

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CCB Education Requirements
 
CCB prerequisite training provider and test information for new contractors
 
FAQ's on contractor prerequisite training requirements 
 
Commercial Continued Education requirements 
 
For more information on contractor education requirements, please click on Education Requirements located in the menu bar on the left side of the CCB web page.

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Residential Contractor Notices and Forms
 
Required Notices for Residential Construction (Chart)
This chart summarizes the three notices a contractor must give to the homeowner when
contracting for residential construction work. (Consumer Protection Notice, Information Notice to Owner about Construction Liens and Notice of Procedure) Copies of each of the forms are available to download below.
 
Consumer Protection Notice 
This notice is required to be given to the property owner by the contractor at the time ofcontract.
 
Information Notice to Owner About Construction Liens
This notice is required to be given to the property owner by the contractor at the time of  contract.
 
Notice of Procedure 
This notice is required to be given to the property owner by the contractor at the time of a written or verbal contract. It replaces the form "Owner's Duty to Contractor in the Event of a Construction Dispute"
 
Homebuyer Protection Act (HPA) Notice of Compliance Form
This document explains how the HPA, adopted by the Oregon Legislature in 2003, protects    buyers against construction liens filed in county records after the sale of the property where such liens arise out of new construction, additions or remodeling within 90 days of the date of the sale.
 
Notice of Right to a Lien
This notice must be delivered to  property owners by subcontractors, material andequipment suppliers before the construction is complete, though failure to deliver within 7
days of the project's start may reduce your lien claim.  
 
EPA "The Lead-Safe Certified Guide to Renovate Right"  |  EPA "Remodelar Correctamente" (spanish) 
Contractors are required to provide this pamphlet prior to beginning renovation activites on"target housing" described in Oreon's lead-based paint requirements.
 
Model Features for Accessible Homes
Contractors constructing new homes may provide this form containing features for accessibility to the home owner. It is not a required form.
 
Sample Contract for Construction Work
The purpose of this sample contract is to serve as an educational example of the contractterms that are required by ORS 701.305. It does not substitute for legal advice.
 
Contract Addendum
This addendum is provided by the CCB to assist contractors in complying with certain contract term mandates. Contractors may opt to utilize or include their own language into the contract that complies with the law.
 
Maintenance Schedule & Moisture Intrusion Information
Contractors must provide information on moisture intrusion and water damage, and a maintenance schedule to the homebuyer when the contractor constructs a new residential sructure.This document may be used to comply with the requirement. Contractors may develop and use their own as long as it contains the information required under OAR 812-001-0240.

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Residential Contract Information and Tools
Sample Contract for Construction Work
The purpose of the sample contract is to service as an educational example of the contract terms that are required by ORS 701.305. It does not substitute for legal advice.
 
Contract Addendum
This addendum is provided by the CCB to assist contractors in complying with certain contract term mandates. Contractors may opt to utilize or include their own language into the contract that complies with the law.
 
Residential Construction Contract Checklist
This checklist is provided as a tool to help contractors identify and comply with the requirements of what must be included in a contract for residential construction work.

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Information for Successful Businesses
Construction Liens
This pamphlet is designed to inform consumers and contractors about Oregon lien laws and offer general answers to common questions about construction liens.
 
Contractor Resource Guide
Information contractors will need about staying in compliance and other agencies they may need to contact.
 
Contractor's Guide to Preventing & Resolving Construction Disputes
Information that helps contractors prevent and resolve disputes with their customers.
 
Current CCB contractor newsletter
The most current CCB newsletter. Past issues can be found in News & Information under the menu on the home page.
 
CCBlog-Current News 
For the most current e-news and information.
 
NASCLA residential standards 
The NASCLA Residential Construction Standards provide guidelines for regulatory authorities that should be applied only within the scope of the particular project being performed, and are not intended to answer all questions pertaining to workmanship of construction or applicable codes.
 
Structure Type Determination Chart 
This chart is designed to help contractors determine the structure type of  a project they intend to work on to ensure they are properly licensed.
 
Oregon License Directory 
As a contractor, there may be additional regulatory requirements for the work you do. This official state website provides information for Oregon licenses, permits and registrations.
 
Links to other state regulatory agencies, federal agencies and contractor associations
 
Exempt Contractors Who Can and Cannot Work Together Chart

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Dispute Resolution Services Complaint Forms
Before filing a complaint:
The CCB recommends reviewing the CCB publication Resolving Disputes with Your Contractor. This publication gives necessary information about the DRS process. 

You may download and save the following complaint forms to your computer. When you open the form, you will be able to fill it in, print it and mail the completed form to the CCB. To open, click on the appropriate form.


Help and Information Booklet

Resolving Disputes With Your Contractor
 
 
Complaint Forms
Prime Contractor Complaint Form
Subcontractor Complaint Form
Material Supplier Complaint Form
Employee Complaint Form

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Enforcement Complaint Forms
 
Enforcement Complaint Form
 
Public Contract Delinquent Pay Complaint Form
 
First Tier Improper Substitution Form 
 

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Home Inspectors and Other Inspectors
 
Home Inspector Test Application Packet
Includes general information, eligibility requirements, test application, etc.
 
Home Inspector Repair Ride Along Form
Repair ride-along form for home inspector certification 
 
Add a Home Inspector 
Use this form to add a Home Inspector to your CCB License
 
What Oregon Certified Home Inspectors Need to Know
A summary of certified home inspectors’ rights and responsibilities
 
Home Inspector Study Guide
Sample test questions, laws & rules, etc.
 
Home Inspector Consumer Protection Notice 
This notice replaces the Home Inspector Summary and the Home Inspector Summary/Standards. By rule, Home Inspectors were required to provide their customers one of the two notices.
 
Home Inspector Continuing Ed Update
 
 


 
Home Inspector Provider Education Application
For schools who want to provide home inspection education
 
 


 
Inspector Regulation in Oregon
Other agencies that regulate inspectors in Oregon
 
 

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Other Important Forms
 
Reporting Court Judgments (Form 109) 
 
Information Notice to Owner about Construction Responsibilities 
This notice is provided by city, county or state building permit offices to permit applicants
exempt from CCB license requirements.
 
Independent Contractor Form
 
Homebuyer Protection Act Notice of Compliance Form
 
 
 

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Miscellaneous Forms and Information
 
Map and directions to get to CCB office
 
Statutes (ORS 701)
 
Administrative Rules (OAR 812)
 
Request for Information on Licensed Contractors
 
e-proof (Agent's Online Insurance Application)

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