Temporary Renewal Deferment
Any Oregon contractors who have not renewed their license only have a few days left before the COVID-19 deferral deadline arrives.
At the start of the pandemic, the Oregon Construction Contractors Board (CCB) automatically enrolled all contractors with an active license that expired between March 1st – September 14, 2020 into a renewal grace period.
With the deadline quickly approaching, here’s how to complete your required CE and renew your license from anywhere – even your home!
Finish Your CE On Your Own Schedule
No matter how many CE credit hours you still need to complete before renewing your license, we’ve got the selection for you. Our video and narrated courses are completely online, and available 24/7 from any device with an internet connection. You can choose course packages that cover all the bases, or pick individual classes based on your interests.
I can’t remember if I submitted my renewal application. How can I tell?
Look up your CCB number on the CCB search page at http://search.ccb.state.or.us/search/.
If your license is deferred, the record will show that your license is active, but the expiration will be a date in the past. If you recently renewed your license, the record will show that your license is active and the expiration date will be a date in 2022.
I just submitted my renewal application a few days ago. How can I tell if it’s been received?
Check your bank statement. If the payment has gone through, then the application is being processed.
I didn’t get a renewal application in the mail. Why not?
CCB now sends postcards to remind contractors to renew, instead of full paper applications. If you are not able to renew online and require a paper application, send an email to email@example.com, or call 503-378-4621.