Parks and Recreation Department, Chapter 736
Rule Caption: Revise camping rates for State Parks
Adm. Order No.: PRD 4-2013
Filed with Sec. of State: 10-1-2013
Certified to be Effective: 10-1-13
Notice Publication Date: 8-1-2013
Rules Amended: 736-015-0020, 736-015-0035, 736-015-0040, 736-015-0043
Subject: Rules under OAR Chapter 736, divisions 15, Rates, establish rates for camping and day use in properties managed by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. There are also rules establishing fee waivers for specific groups. As part of the OPRD budget, approved by the 2013 legislature, the department received approval to increase camping rates. In addition rules on fee waivers for Foster parents are being modified to limit the fee waiver to 14 days within a calendar month. A change to the fee structure for motorcycles in a campsite will allow up to two motorcycles for the extra vehicle fee.
Rules Coordinator: Vanessa DeMoe—(503) 986-0719
The director may designate a Type I campsite rental schedule at selected high use campgrounds. All remaining campgrounds will be set at the Type II campsite rental schedule. The director is authorized by the commission to include transient lodging taxes in the nightly rental rate and to increase the rental rate to the nearest whole dollar. The department shall retain the additional revenue. Campsite Rental rates (per night per site before tax):
(1) Full Hookup Campsite: Provides campsite with individual water supply, electrical and sewage hookups, table, stove, and access to a restroom.
(a) Type I: $28.
(b) Type II: $24.
(2) Electrical Hookup Campsite: Provides campsite with individual water supply and electrical hookups, table, stove, and access to a restroom.
(a) Type I: $26.
(b) Type II: $22.
(3) Tent Campsite: Provides campsite with water supply nearby but does not have electricity or sewage hookup. Provides table, stove, and access to a restroom.
(a) Type I: $19.
(b) Type II: $17.
(4) Primitive Campsite: Provides campsite with table and stove; water and sanitary facilities may be some distance away. All primitive campsites: $10.
(5) Yurt: Rustic units provide a temporary tent structure, covered deck, heat, lights and beds along with outdoor picnic facilities. Deluxe units add kitchen facilities, bathrooms and showers.
(a) Rustic: $40.
(b) Deluxe: $79.
(6) Cabin: Rustic units provide a hard-walled wooden structure, covered deck, heat, lights and beds along with outdoor picnic facilities. Totem units are primitive log units. Deluxe 1 units add kitchen facilities, bathrooms and showers.
(a) Totem: $24.
(b) Rustic: $40.
(c) Deluxe 1: $79.
(7) Tepee: Tepee replica units vary in diameter from 18’ to 26’ and provide heat, lights and beds along with outdoor picnic facilities. All tepees: $40.
(8) Hiker/Boater/Bicyclist Campsite: Provides cleared area for campers without motor vehicles; water and sanitary facilities may be some distance away. All hiker/boater/bicyclist campsites: $5 per camper per night.
(9) Extra Vehicle in Campground: An additional rental rate of $7 per vehicle is charged when an extra vehicle is driven into the campground and remains overnight.
(10) Extra Motorcycle in Campground: If the initial campsite rental is to a person riding a motorcycle, and the first extra vehicle is a motorcycle, the second motorcycle will not be charged. Additional motorcycles in the site will be charged $7 as an extra vehicle. The $7 extra vehicle charge will allow up to two motorcycles per extra vehicle charge.
(11) Pre-Registration (where available): The department may allow a person with a reservation for individual tent, electrical or full hook-up campsites to expedite the check-in process by registering on-line prior to or upon arrival at the park area.
(12) Pursuant to ORS 105.672 to 105.696, overnight rental charges under this rule are for use of the assigned area or park facility of the state park land for camping and not for any other recreational purpose or area of state park land. The immunities provided under ORS 105.682 apply to use of state park land for any other recreational purpose.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 390.124
Stats. Implemented: ORS 390.111, 390.121, 390.124 & 2010 HB 3673
Hist.: 1 OTC 17, f. 12-20-73; 1 OTC 23(Temp), f. 2-19-74; 1 OTC 56(Temp), f. & ef. 4-4-75; 1 OTC 59, f. 8-1-75, ef. 8-25-75; 1 OTC 74, f. & ef. 4-30-76; 1 OTC 82, f. 5-11-77, ef. 5-14-77; 1 OTC 86(Temp), f. 7-21-77, ef. 7-25-77; 1 OTC 90, f. & ef. 9-26-77; 1 OTC 1-1978, f. & ef. 2-23-78; 1 OTC 4-1979, f. & ef. 2-9-79; 1 OTC 6-1979, f. & ef. 3-29-79; 1 OTC 8-1979 (Temp), f. & ef. 5-17-79; 1 OTC 14-1979(Temp), f. & ef. 6-21-79; 1 OTC 2-1980, f. & ef. 1-4-80; PR 1-1981(Temp), f. 1-8-81, ef. 1-12-81; PR 9-1981, f & ef. 4-6-81; PR 14-1981, f. & ef. 10-23-81; PR 5-1983, f. & ef. 3-30-83; PR 3-1984, f. & ef. 3-5-84; PR 11-1986, f. & ef. 7-9-86; PR 2-1987, f. & ef. 3-27-87; PR 1-1988, f. & cert. ef. 3-25-88; PR 6-1989(Temp), f. 12-29-89, cert. ef. 1-8-90; PR 1-1990, f. & cert. ef. 5-14-90; PR 4-1991, f. 4-30-91, cert. ef. 5-13-91; PR 1-1992, f. & cert. ef. 2-14-92; PR 16-1992, f. & cert. ef. 12-1-92; PR 2-1994, f. & cert. 2-9-94; PR 6-1995, f. & cert. ef. 7-14-95; PR 3-1996, f. & cert. ef. 5-13-96; PRD 8-2004, f. & cert. ef. 6-3-04; Renumbered from 736-010-0100, PRD 4-2005, f. & cert. ef. 5-5-05; PRD 2-2009, f. & cert. ef. 2-10-09; PRD 15-2009, f. & cert. ef. 9-29-09; PRD 1-2010, f. & cert. ef. 1-5-10; PRD 6-2010(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 4-15-10 thru 10-8-10; Administrative correction 10-26-10; PRD 7-2011, f. & cert. ef. 11-28-11; PRD 4-2013, f. & cert. ef. 10-1-13
Fee Waivers and Refunds
(1) The director, at the direction of the commission, may waive, reduce or exempt fees established in this division under the following conditions:
(a) A person or group provides in-kind services or materials equal to or greater than the value of the applicable rate, as determined by criteria approved by the director;
(b) Marketing or promotional considerations, including but not limited to special events and commercial filming, that promote the use of park areas and Oregon tourism;
(c) Traditional tribal activities in accordance with policy adopted by the Commission;
(d) Reduced service levels at a park, campsite or other facility as determined by the Park Manager.
(2) Reservation Facility Deposit Fee Waivers for individual primitive, tent, electric, full hook-up or horse camp campsites only:
(a) The facility deposit fee is waived for all persons with reservations commencing on State Parks Day (first Saturday of June). All other fees apply.
(b) The facility deposit fee is waived for foster families and adoptive foster families as defined in OAR 736-015-0006. The fee waiver is limited to the first two campsites, and an adult care provider must be present with the foster children. All other fees apply.
(c) The facility deposit fee is waived for U. S. veterans with a service connected disability or active duty U. S. military personnel as provided in ORS 390.124. All other fees apply.
(d) The person making the reservation must pay the $8 non-refundable transaction fee at the time the reservation is made. This fee is not included in the fee waiver.
(e) Reservations made on the Internet are not eligible for fee waivers.
(3) Overnight Rental Fee Waivers for individual primitive, tent, electric, full hook-up or horse camp campsites only:
(a) The overnight rental fee, including any extra vehicle fees, is waived for all persons on the night of State Parks Day (first Saturday of June). All other fees apply.
(b) The overnight rental fee is waived for foster families as defined in OAR 736-015-0006. The fee waiver is limited to the first two campsites, and an adult care provider with one or more foster children must be present. The fee waiver is limited to a total of fourteen days per calendar month. All other fees and rules apply.
(c) The overnight rental fee is waived for U. S. veterans with a service connected disability or active duty U. S. military personnel on leave as provided in ORS 390.124. The waiver of individual campsite fees shall be limited to no more than five consecutive days per stay and no more than ten days total in a calendar month. The qualifying veteran or active duty military personnel on leave must be present in the site to qualify for the waiver. All other fees and rules apply.
(d) The director may waive the overnight rental fee for volunteer hosts traveling to an assignment at a park area.
(4) Day Use Parking Fee Waivers:
(a) The day use parking fee is waived for all persons on State Parks Day (first Saturday of June).
(b) The day use parking fee is waived for U.S. veterans with a service connected disability or active duty U.S. military personnel on leave as provided in ORS 390.124.
(c) The day use parking fee is waived for an adoptive foster family, as defined in OAR 736-015-0006, with an adopted foster child under 18 years of age or a foster family, as defined in 736-015-0006, if the foster care provider has a valid Certificate of Approval to Provide Foster Care in Oregon issued by the Oregon Department of Human Services. The waiver shall be valid until the expiration date of the Certificate of Approval to Provide Foster Care or the adopted foster child turns 18 years of age.
(d) All other fees apply.
(5) Proof of Eligibility for Fee Waivers
(a) The department will issue Veterans and Foster families who have provided the department valid proof of eligibility an OPRD Special Access Pass. Pass holders must use the pass to identify themselves as a qualified recipient of fee waivers at state park campgrounds and day use areas. Proof of eligibility must be provided through an application process outlined on the OPRD web site at www.oregonstateparks.org or by calling the OPRD Information Center at 1-800-551-6949 for instructions.
(b) The department will accept the following forms of proof to qualify for fee waivers as a U.S. veteran with a service connected disability:
(A) Disabled Veteran’s license plate issued by the Oregon DMV;
(B) A current Disabled Veteran Permanent Hunting/Angling License issued by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife;
(C) A Washington State Parks Disabled Veteran’s ID card;
(D) Any VA photo identification card bearing the words “service connected”;
(E) Any letter issued by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) stating eligibility for any of the above programs, or bearing the words “service-connected disability.”
(c) The department will accept the following forms of proof to qualify for fee waivers as an adoptive foster family, as defined in OAR 736-015-0006, with an adopted foster child under 18 years of age or a foster family, as defined in 736-015-0006:
(A) Certificate of Approval to Maintain a Foster Home for Children with Developmental Disabilities;
(B) Certificate of Approval to Maintain a Foster Home for Children;
(C) Certificate of Approval to Maintain a Relative Home for Children;
(D) Written certification from Department of Human Services identifying the applicant as an adoptive or guardian foster family.
(d) The department will not issue an Active Duty Military on official leave a Special Access Pass. Such customers must pay any applicable fee and after their visit may request a refund by sending a letter from their commanding officer on official letterhead stating they were on leave for the dates they camped and their camping receipt to Reservations Northwest within 30 days after departure date of the stay. A refund of applicable fees will be sent within three weeks of the receipt of their request.
(6) The department may revoke an OPRD Special Access Pass issued under section (5) if:
(a) The pass is used to waive fees beyond the monthly allowable limits;
(b) The pass holder does not occupy a site when fees have been waived under authority of their pass; or
(c) The pass holder transfers their pass to another person to use.
(7) A person may request a refund under the following circumstances.
(a) Reservations Northwest may refund a reservation fee when the department has made a reservation error.
(b) Reservations Northwest may refund a facility deposit and may waive the cancellation or change rules when requested by the person due to the following emergency situations:
(A) Emergency vehicle repair creates a late arrival or complete reservation cancellation;
(B) A medical emergency or death of a family member creates a late arrival or complete reservation cancellation;
(C) Acts of Nature create dangerous travel conditions; or
(D) Deployment of military or emergency service personnel creates a late arrival or complete reservation cancellation.
(c) The director or his/her designee may approve a refund under other special circumstances.
(d) All requests for refunds listed above must be sent in writing to Reservations Northwest via email, fax or surface mail to be considered for a refund.
(e) The department will issue refunds for specific site or park area closures and no written request is required.
(f) The park manager may only issue a refund at the park due to the person leaving earlier than expected, and while the person is present and has signed for the refund. Once the person has left the park, refund requests must be sent to Reservations Northwest for processing.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 390.124
Stats. Implemented: ORS 390.111, 390.121 & 390.124
Hist.: 1 OTC 17, f. 12-20-73; 1 OTC 56(Temp), f. & ef. 4-4-75; 1 OTC 59, f. 8-1-75, ef. 8-25-75; 1 OTC 74, f. & ef. 4-30-76; 1 OTC 82, f. 5-11-77, ef. 5-14-77; 1 OTC 5-1979, f. & ef. 2-9-79; 1 OTC 22-1979 (Temp), f. & ef. 9-24-79; 1 OTC 2-1980, f. & ef. 1-4-80; PR 9-1981, f. & ef. 4-6-81; PR 11-1986, f. & ef. 7-9-86; PR 1-1988, f. & cert. ef. 3-25-88; PR 1-1990, f. & cert. ef. 5-14-90; PR 4-1991, f. 4-30-91, cert. ef. 5-13-91; PR 3-1996, f. & cert. ef. 5-13-96; PRD 7-2002, f. & cert. ef. 7-1-02; PRD 6-2003, f. 10-3-03 cert. ef. 11-1-03; PRD 8-2004, f. & cert. ef. 6-3-04; Renumbered from 736-010-0120, PRD 4-2005, f. & cert. ef. 5-5-05; PRD 5-2005(Temp), f. 10-14-05, cert. ef. 11-11-05 thru 4-30-06; PRD 1-2006, f. & cert. ef. 2-14-06; PRD 8-2009, f. & cert. ef. 6-2-09; PRD 15-2009, f. & cert. ef. 9-29-09; PRD 1-2010, f. & cert. ef. 1-5-10; PRD 5-2011, f. & cert. ef. 8-1-11; PRD 4-2013, f. & cert. ef. 10-1-13
Miscellaneous Rentals and Products
(1) Firewood: Where conditions permit, firewood will be sold.
(2) Boat Moorage Facilities — $10 per day per boat: Where boat moorage facilities are provided they may only be reserved with other campsite reservations.
(3) Showers — $2 per person: Charged where showers are available to non-campers in a campground.
(4) Horse Camping Area:
(a) Type I non-hookup site: $19 per night per camper unit;
(b) Type II non-hookup site: $17 per night per camper unit;
(c) Type I hookup site: $28 per night per camper unit;
(d) Type II hookup site: $24 per night per camper unit;
(e) Type I group site (accommodates 3-5 units): $57 per night;
(f) Type II group site (accommodates 3-5 units): $51 per night;
(g) Type I double site: $47 per night per two camper units;
(h) Type II double site: $41 per night per two camper units;
(i) A camper unit consists of a motor home, trailer, tent or camper.
(5) Group Tent Camps: Small group tent areas available in some parks which are designed to accommodate approximately 25 people. Water and toilet facilities are provided nearby, but shower facilities may be some distance away.
(a) Base rate (0-25 people): $70 per night;
(b) Charges for persons in excess of the 25 person base rate will be $3 per person per night.
(6) Group RV Camp: Special camp area designed to accommodate RV’s requiring hookups in a group setting. The camp has electrical hookups available, water, table, stove, and access to a restroom.
(a) Base rate (up to 10 units): $100 per night;
(b) Charges for units in excess of the 10-unit base rate: $10 per unit per night.
(7) Pets Staying Overnight in Facilities (Yurts, Cabins, Tepees): Not more than two pets (cat or dog only) staying overnight in facilities: $10 per night.
(8) Ranch/Bunkhouse: Large communal type bunkhouse facility which includes kitchen and restroom facilities. Minimum fee of $200 per night for up to 25 persons and $8 per person per night thereafter up to the maximum occupancy.
(9) Youth Camp (Silver Falls): Large capacity group camp facility with cabins, commercial kitchen facilities, dining hall, showers, meeting halls and swimming facilities. Minimum fee of $800 per night for up to 80 persons and $10 per person per night thereafter up to a maximum occupancy of 250 persons.
(10) Lodge/Community Hall: Large meeting facility with kitchen and restroom facilities which may be reserved overnight: $200 per night.
(11) Meeting Hall: Small meeting facility, generally associated with a campground, which may have limited kitchen facilities and restrooms: $75 per day.
(12) Pavilion: A large, covered day-use facility for group use: Minimum fee of $100 per event for up to 50 people, and $1 per person thereafter up to the maximum occupancy of the facility.
(13) Shore Acres Garden: All facility prices, no matter which facility or combination of facilities are booked, start with a minimum of 50 persons per event. Additional people beyond the minimum of 50 are $1 per person up to a maximum of 100 people per event.
(a) Event Site: A lawn area outside the formal garden or a section of the formal garden (NOTE: sites in the garden must be booked in conjunction with another facility): $100 per event.
(b) Pavilion (inside the formal garden and must be booked with an event site or the garden house): $100 per event.
(c) Garden House (inside the formal garden and must be booked with the Pavilion): $200 per event.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 390.124
Stats. Implemented: ORS 390.111, 390.121 & 390.124
Hist.: 1 OTC 17, f. 12-20-73; 1 OTC 56(Temp), f. & ef. 4-4-75; 1 OTC 59, f. 8-1-75, ef. 8-25-75; 1 OTC 74, f. & ef. 4-30-76; 1 OTC 82, f. 5-11-77, ef. 5-14-77; 1 OTC 2-1980, f. & ef. 1-4-80; PR 9-1981, f. & ef. 4-6-81; PR 11-1986, f. & ef. 7-9-86; PR 1-1988, f. & cert. ef. 3-25-88; PR 1-1990, f. & cert. ef. 5-14-90; PR 4-1991, f. 4-30-91, cert. ef. 5-13-91; PR 3-1996, f. & cert. ef. 5-13-96; PRD 8-2004, f. & cert. ef. 6-3-04; Renumbered from 736-010-0125, PRD 4-2005, f. & cert. ef. 5-5-05; PRD 2-2009, f. & cert. ef. 2-10-09; PRD 15-2009, f. & cert. ef. 9-29-09; PRD 1-2010, f. & cert. ef. 1-5-10; PRD 4-2013, f. & cert. ef. 10-1-13
Amendments to this division adopted at the September 24, 2013 OPRD Commission meeting become effective upon filing except rate increases in OAR 736-015-0020 and 736-015-0040 which become effective on May 1, 2014. Amendments to this division adopted at the September 29, 2009 OPRD Commission meeting become effective upon filing except:
(1) OAR 736-015-0030 becomes effective January 1, 2010;
(2) OAR 736-015-0020 and 736-015-0040 become effective May 1, 2010.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 390.124
Stats. Implemented: ORS 390.111, 390.121 & 390.124
Hist: PRD 15-2009, f. & cert. ef. 9-29-09; PRD 4-2013, f. & cert. ef. 10-1-13
Rule Caption: Adopt rules to govern the department’s process for entering into agreements with nonprofit organizations.
Adm. Order No.: PRD 5-2013
Filed with Sec. of State: 10-4-2013
Certified to be Effective: 10-4-13
Notice Publication Date: 7-1-2013
Rules Adopted: 736-002-0015
Subject: The rules govern the process the department and non-profit organizations will use to enter into agreements under which the organizations will solicit gifts, grants and donations for the benefit of the department. The rules detail eligibility criteria for working with the department; means for initiating proposals; procedures for evaluating proposals, selecting organizations and working toward agreements; agreement requirements, including provision for renewing or dissolving agreements; required notices, public representation of relationship with the department, lobbying activities, use of state seal, and management of funds generated through agreements.
Rules Coordinator: Vanessa DeMoe—(503) 986-0719
Working with Donor Organizations
Authority and Purpose
(1) Oregon Laws 2013, chapter 299, section 2 authorizes the director of the Oregon State Parks and Recreation Department to enter into agreements with private, nonprofit organizations by which the organizations shall solicit gifts, grants and donations for the benefit of the department or donate goods and services to the department.
(2) The purpose of these rules is to provide procedures for soliciting and accepting proposals, reaching agreements, depositing funds, evaluating agreements and renewing or dissolving agreements.
(3) As used in these rules and forms to be prepared by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, the following definitions apply:
(a) “Agreement” means a written agreement entered into between a donor organization and the department for the purposes identified in Oregon Laws 2013, chapter 299, section 2, subsection 1.
(b) “Department” means the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department or its staff.
(c) “Director” means the director of the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.
(d) “Donation” means gifts, grants, cash donations, goods or services.
(e) “Donor proposal” means a written proposal submitted by a donor organization in a format as required by the department, and which requests to enter into an agreement with the department according to Oregon Laws 2013, ch. 299, section 2, subsection 1.
(f) “Donor organization” or “donor” means a federally tax exempt nonprofit organization registered with the Oregon Secretary of State.
Donor Organization Eligibility
(4) To be eligible to submit a donor proposal, a private nonprofit organization must:
(a) Meet the definition of a donor organization under subsection (3)(e); and
(b) Have an organizational mission that is consistent with the department’s mission and strategic priorities.
Soliciting and Accepting Donor Proposals
(5) The department may request donor proposals as needed or on a biennial basis by posting a notice on the department’s website and on the electronic procurement system the department uses to advertise contracting opportunities. The department may use additional notification means when necessary.
(6) To submit an unsolicited donor proposal, eligible donor organizations may contact the director’s office at any time to obtain information on the process for submitting such a proposal, including required forms.
(7) The department’s goal is to respond to proposals submitted under sections (5) and (6) within 30 days of receipt. If the department has not responded within such time, the applicant organization may contact the director’s office and inquire about the proposal status. Failure to receive a response from the department shall not be interpreted as department acceptance of a proposal.
Evaluating Donor Proposals
(8) When evaluating a donor proposal, the department shall consider the following:
(a) Whether the proposal furthers the department’s strategic priorities;
(b) Whether the proposal will produce financial or public service benefits to the department in excess of the department’s cost to fulfill the agreements;
(c) Whether the proposal demonstrates that the donor organization has the ability to successfully carry out the proposed agreement terms;
(d) Whether the department can successfully meet its obligations as specified or anticipated by the proposal; and
(e) Other factors the department deems appropriate.
(9) The department has sole discretion to accept or deny donor proposals. The department will communicate its decisions to applicants in writing. Acceptance of a donor proposal only means that the department will attempt to reach an agreement with the donor organization as provided in sections (10) to (13), and does not otherwise create an obligation on the department.
(10) The department has 90 days from the date it accepts a donor proposal to negotiate the terms and conditions of an agreement with the selected donor organization. If an agreement is not reached in 90 days, the department may extend the negotiation period at its discretion or may rescind the acceptance.
(11) Each agreement must contain provisions that address the following:
(a) The agreement scope, dates or general timeframe, and projects to be completed by the donor or the process by which individual projects will be agreed upon and implemented;
(b) What the donor organization will provide to the department, the anticipated value and schedule of donations, the manner in which they will be provided, the ownership of each item, if applicable, the records to be kept by the donor organization, and the detail and timing of required reporting concerning the cost of department resources or services made available to donor organizations and the corresponding donations given to the department;
(c) What the department will provide to the donor organization, the schedule and cost for any state resources or services anticipated to be provided, and the manner in which the organization will request and the department will provide resources or services.
(d) Compliance with the terms of relevant statutes, administrative rules and department requirements, including use of the state seal and the department shield;
(e) Representation of the donor organization’s relationship with the department and the requirement that the donor organization must report any political lobbying activities related to the agreement to the department within seven calendar days of undertaking the activity;
(f) Provisions for amending, renewing, and terminating the donor agreement; and
(g) The right of the department to refuse any donations.
(12) All agreements must be in writing and approved by the director or designee in accordance with the department’s authority delegation policy.
(13) At least 30 days prior to the director signing an agreement, the department must:
(a) Post a notice on the department’s website and on the electronic procurement system the department uses to advertise contracting opportunities announcing the proposed agreement with information about its purpose, content, and a link to its online location.
(b) Submit a copy of an executive summary of the content of the proposed agreement to every member of the Legislative Assembly by electronic mail that includes a link to the online location of the proposed agreement; and
(c) Submit a copy of the proposed agreement to the Legislative Administrator.
Management of Funds
(14) The department must deposit all funds received from agreements in subaccounts of the State Parks and Recreation Department Fund as established by ORS 390.134.
Monitoring and Evaluating Agreements
(15) The department must monitor agreements while in progress to determine whether they are properly executed and remain beneficial to the department.
(16) Within the 60 day period prior to the expiration of an agreement, the department must determine whether:
(a) The agreement delivered the benefits outlined;
(b) The donor organization complied with the agreement terms and conditions;
(c) The benefits received provided significant value to the department relative to the costs of the state resources or services expended to secure the benefits;
(d) The department was able to fulfill its obligations under the terms of the agreement; and
(e) The department would consider new agreements with the same donor organization in the future.
Ending or Renewing Agreements
(17) During the course of an agreement, each party may terminate the agreement at any time without cause by providing 30 days written notice to the other party.
(18) Prior to the expiration of an agreement, the department may consider two options based on the results of the agreement evaluation in section (16):
(a) Allow the agreement to expire; or
(b) Renew the agreement by extending or altering the existing agreement scope, conditions and terms, subject to the notice requirements in section (13).
Stat. Auth.: ORS 390.124
Stats. Implemented: ORS 390.134
Hist.: PRD 5-2013, f. & cert. ef. 10-4-13
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