Schedule of Public Hearings
Marion County Board of Commissioners hearing schedule: click here.Marion County Planning Commission hearing schedule:click here.Marion County Hearings Officer Land Use Hearings: October 29, 2014Case: Conditional Use 14-022Request: appeal of the Planning Director's approval to establish a fertilizer blending, storage and packaging facility as a commercial activity in conjunction with farm use on a 101.48 acre parcel in an EFU (Exclusive Farm Use) zone.Location: 9300 block of St. Paul Highway NE, St. PaulStaff: Brandon Reich Copy of Planning Director's decisionCopy of public hearing noticeNovember 12, 2014Case: Administrative Review 14-033Request: appeal of the Planning Director's approval to replace a dwelling that previously existed on an 81.7 acre parcel in an SA (Special Agriculture) zone. Location: 7898 Jackson Hill Rd. SE, SalemStaff: Lisa Milliman Copy of Planning Director's decisionCopy of public hearing noticeLocation: Unless otherwise noticed, Planning Division public hearings are held in the Senator Hearing Room, first floor of the Courthouse Square Building, 555 Court St. NE, Salem. Day and Time: Wednesdays; 4:00 p.m. Hearing dates and times are subject to change due to unforseen circumstances, such as inclement weather, and the schedule listed below may not be complete. Confirmation with Planning Division staff at (503) 588-5038 is advised. Submitting Written Testimony or Requesting Information via Email:We strongly advise you not to submit written testimony or comments or request information with a time-sensitive nature via email. It is possible the County's anti-virus or spam software will block an email being sent to the Planning Division. Also, there can be technical issues that slow delivery of email. If you are unable to mail or hand-deliver a document and send it by email, make sure you receive confirmation that the email was received. You can also fax to our office at (503) 589-3284 and then confirm the fax has been received by calling our office at (503) 588-5038. If you have questions or are requesting information on a particular case, call our office and ask to speak to the person assigned to that case (noted below). Again, we strongly advise you not to email staff requesting information the day of, or the day before, a hearing. It is important to note that any form of communication (mail, fax, email, etc.) for a land use hearing must be received in the Planning Division office by 4:00 p.m. the day prior to the hearing.