A request for public records that are in the custody of
the Oregon Occupational Therapy Licensing Board may be made by submitting
a written request.
The request must include:
The name and address of the person
requesting the public record;
The telephone number or email address
of the person requesting the public record; and
A sufficiently detailed description of
the record(s) requested to allow the Board to search for and identify
The request must be dated and
signed by the person requesting the public record.
A request may be submitted by mail, fax, or email, or can be
delivered in person to the Board's office. Submitting a record request in
person does not mean that you will receive documents on the same day of
To submit a request by mail or in person, send to:
Oregon Occupational Therapy Licensing Board
800 NE Oregon St, Suite 407
Portland, OR 97232
To submit a request by email, send to:
To submit a request by fax, send to:
Please note, with the exception of notices of proposed
disciplinary action and final orders, records containing information obtained
as part of an investigation of a licensee or applicant are exempt from
public disclosure. State law prohibits the Board from disclosing such
records. See Oregon Revised Statue 676.165 and 676.175 for
The Board waives fees for a minimum of
30 minutes of staff member time required to locate, produce, redact, or
otherwise provide records. However, the Board may deny eligibility for the
30-minute waiver if the Board finds the requester fragments a request
that, if taken in the aggregate, would amount to significantly more than 30
minutes; or the requester submits multiple small requests in a short time-frame
causing an undue burden on the agency. The hourly rate charged for additional
staff member time is based on the level of skill or expertise
required to complete the work performed.
$25 per hour.
$40 per hour.
$75 per hour.
DOJ, special attorney and other
applicable legal fees: At the actual hourly rate charged for
public records request-related services. Fees are subject to statutory
limitations described in ORS
192.324(4)(b) and (c).