Click here to see a video of two County Emergency Managers speaking to the House on February 7, 2017.

Below is a list of Bills that OEMA is tracking:

Senate 

SB 61 – Expands the OERS Council

SB 62 – Amends intrastate mutual assistance

SB 109 – Oregon’s Earthquake Insurance Task Force

SB 310 – Authorizes city/county as Vertical Housing Development Zone

SB 311 – Authorizes city/county to adopt ordinance/resolution property tax to commercial, industrial and multifamily buildings – seismically retrofitted

SB 312 – Requires seller of real property to disclose seismic risk in seller’s property disclosure statement

SB 456 – Enacts Emergency Medical Services personnel licensure interstate compact

 

House

HB 2140 – Requires seller of real property to disclose seismic risk in seller’s property disclosure statement

HB 2164 – Requires municipalities – enforcing building inspections

HB 2168 – Requires municipalities or business employing person to perform state building codes to provide equipment for performance of inspections

HB 2209 – Establishes Task Force on Housing Supply

HB 2241 – Extends sunset for Task Force on Drought Emergency Response

HB 2288 – Authorizes issuance of lottery bonds for Connect Oregon

HB 2447 – Directs State Board of Education to adopt standards: certain persons employed to have valid cert in CPR/1st Aid

HB 2473 – Establishes grant program to facilitate installation of self-service dispensing devises in low-population counties

HB 2482 – Removes hours of operation restriction on self-service at filling stations

HB 2532 – Directs OR Trans Commission to adopt rules establishing quantitative system for scoring/raking trans projects

HB 2574 – Directs OEM to identify strategies for improving access to emergency preparedness education

HB 2687 – Directs OEM and OR Homeland Security Council to develop grant program to distribute preparedness equipment to local government, establishes ‘Resiliency Grant Fund’ using article XI-Q bonding