The City of Eugene is launching eBuild, a new online plan review and permitting program that allows customers to submit their plans electronically to be reviewed and approved online. The new online system will save customers time and money with fewer trips to the Permit and Information Center, reduced printing costs, and increased efficiency.
eBuild is an internet-based plan review system developed by the City of Eugene that allows customers to:
- Submit building permit applications and construction documents electronically;
- View plan review and inspection results online in real time;
- Pay permit fees online; and
- Schedule inspections for projects once they are ready.
Two open house events to introduce people to eBuild, answer questions and provide tips on using the program, will be held this month. The open house sessions will be on Apr. 30 in the Sloat Conference Room of the Atrium Building at 99 West 10th Avenue. The first session will be from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., and another will be held from 5:00 – 6:30 p.m. The sessions are free and open to anyone who wants to learn more about eBuild. Local architects, contractors, engineers, and designers are encouraged to attend.
The use of online technology aligns with Eugene’s on-going efforts to support local businesses by providing easy, streamlined access to City services. Providing quicker and easier access to building services also promotes the safety, livability, and economic vitality of the community. Learn more at www.eugene-or.gov/eBuild.