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Frequently Discussed Project Applications

We sometimes hear from many in our Washington County community about certain proposed projects, asking for updates and documents. These proposed projects have generated a lot of questions and comments.

The proposed Chevron fuel station and the proposed In-N-Out Burger are examples of development applications that have generated a lot of interest. Documents related to these projects are available below.

Proposed Chevron fuel station: Casefile L2200199

Proposed In-N-Out Burger: Casefile L2200066

Please note: Some documents may not be available electronically. To review documents available in hard copy, visit:

Land Use & Transportation
Public Services Building - Third floor
155 N First Ave., Suite 350
Hillsboro, OR

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To submit comments on a project:

Projects with upcoming public hearings: Comment Here
For all other applications/case files:

Email comments to [email protected], including your full name and mailing address, to the planning staff person associated with the project.
Mail comments, your full name and mailing address, to Washington County Land Use & Transportation, 155 N First Ave., Suite 350-13, Hillsboro, OR 97124.

Casefile L2200066

Updated 10/27/2022

Applicant is considering a new site design, including only the Community Business District portion of the site.

Previously submitted materials 

Order to Re-Open 8/29/2022

Casefile L2200199

Updated 10/25/2022

Proposed Development: Chevron: 4,428-square-foot convenience market with drive thru and four covered fuel islands.

Location: 1845 NW West Union Rd.

Land Use District: Neighborhood Commercial

Application: Application Materials (Submitted August 2022)

Update 11/18/2022:  At the Nov. 17 public hearing, the Hearings Officer heard the applicant’s request for the gas station and convenience store with a drive-thru. The request also included an Access Management Plan for access to NW West Union Road and a request for an exception to half-street improvements to NW West Union Road.  Listen to the hearing recording

  • Additional evidence from all interested parties was accepted through 4 p.m. Nov. 25.   ​ ​
  • Comments only on the additional evidence (no new evidence) can be submitted through 4 p.m. Dec. 2.  [email protected]
  • Applicant arguments can be submitted until 4 p.m. Dec. 9
  • Written decision from the Hearings Officer is expected by Jan. 11

Updated  10/25/2022:  Results of Oct. 20 Public Hearing

  • The Hearings Officer opened the Oct. 20 hearing to receive a request from the applicant's representative to continue the hearing to 1 p.m. Nov 17.
  • No presentations were given and public testimony was not taken.
  • Staff and applicant presentations and opportunity for public testimony will be provided Nov. 17.  See Public Hearings Agendas