Maps, data and research › Annexation and boundary changes
Metro provides procedures and criteria for boundary changes to cities and special districts within Metro. Metro handles the statutorily required distribution of each boundary change decision to complete the change process. See Metro Code 3.09 for details.
Search for regional annexations and boundary changes, and view or download final action documents.
The local jurisdiction initiates a boundary change, and should provide Metro with the following items for the final action packet:
Metro will map the annexation and make the appropriate notifications to the Secretary of State's Archives Division, the county elections supervisor, and the county assessor. Please note that an annexation is not in effect until filed with the Secretary of State (subject to ORS 199.461 and/or ORS 222.180 and/or ORS 222.750).
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A filing and mapping fee is charged by Metro for the annexation and boundary change applications according to the following schedule:
For more information, see Metro Code, Chapter 3.09, Local Government Boundary Changes. Go