We have introduced an enhancement to the Planning Tracking record type in the Planning Module - a Custom Table for Trees that allows agencies to enter detailed information about Trees as well as the addition of some general application specific information related to Trees – see screenshots below. This information, both Custom Table and ASI, can be used for application tracking only - or it can be further used to issue an actual Tree Permit via the Planning Workflow. A submittal form is required to configure some custom dropdowns in the Custom Table for Trees.
Note: an Application Type of "Trees" is highly recommended if you intend on issuing an actual Tree Permit. This can be easily added through a helpdesk ticket request.
There are standard Tree ASI that are Model (not customizable).
Then there is the Tree ASIT/Custom Table - in this Custom Table, there are two customizable dropdowns: Tree Application Type and Type of Tree.
Step-by-step HOW TO instructions and the required submittal are available in the Kayako Knowledgebase.
Two new residential record types have been added to the Oregon Model – Dwelling Fire Sprinkler System (Standalone) which is the structural fire sprinkler system record type and Dwelling Fire Sprinkler System (Multipurpose) which is the plumbing fire sprinkler system record type.
These record types were developed in response to enhancement requests from many of our participating agencies. They are currently installed to Production for all full service Model agencies. Dwelling Fire Sprinkler System (Standalone) was turned on for all agencies with the structural program and Dwelling Fire Sprinkler System (Multipurpose) was turned on for all agencies with the plumbing program. These record types are available through the back office and through ACA. Records initiated through ACA will come in as application only with the fees in a New status.
Since the release of the new Oregon Inspector App in January there have been multiple updates to address issues that inspectors have helped to identify. Those updates have been announced via email, but as we all know we can miss those during our busy days. In an effort to ensure that inspectors have the most up to date version of the app we are happy to announce that all updates will now be available within the app on the menu.
1. To check for updates at anytime touch the “Menu” option from the app and then touch “Help”.
2. The Oregon Inspector App will minimize and your safari browser on your iPad or iPhone will open the Inspector App Help Page where you can find instructions on how to download and install your app along with announcements on app updates. Remember to always read the instructions before loading the newest version.
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