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  • Effective January 1, 2018:

    ANY person who ...

    For an agreed remuneration or rate of pay, recruits, solicits, supplies or employs
    workers to perform labor for another person to provide services that include janitorial services

    MUST have a valid Property Services Contractor license. 

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    Effective March 12, 2018:

    The Oregon Legislature recently enacted significant amendments to state's property services contractor law.

    Check out these links for:

    The text of HB 4058 (2018) or

    A summary of the changes from the overview in our FAQs

Obtaining a Property Services Contractor License Reporting Requirements

Interested in supplying janitorial labor?

Click through a copy of the newly revised property services contractor handbook today! 
This guide sets out the process for getting a license and describes the legal requirements for operating as a property services contractor in Oregon
Ready to take the next step?
Application packets are available for download from our Forms Directory.

A friendly reminder....

Effective March 12, 2018, certified payroll reports are no longer required for property services contractors.
Need help finding a form?
Everything you need to comply with labor contractor requirements is available online. 
Whether you need a renewal application or a template for your agreements with workers, you can find it in our Forms Directory!