Company Profile

Richard Stevens & Associates, Inc. is a land use consulting firm located in Medford, Oregon. Our principal is Clark Stevens. We specialize in assisting our clients with obtaining rural and urban land use planning permits. We have a great working relationship with all counties and cities throughout Southern Oregon and beyond. We also understand the requirements each planning department has for each land use application. Though we are not attorneys, we are able to represent you as your consultant at quasi-judicial hearings. Obtaining a land use planning permit can often be confusing, time-consuming, and expensive, especially if you are not aware of what is involved with the permit application process. Our sole purpose is to make this process as quick and painless as possible for you.

004 We perform a variety of tasks to make the planning permit application process less complicated. We begin with a feasibility and project analysis to determine the best way to reach your land use planning goals. From there, we perform extensive research on lot legality, areas of special concern, existing conditions, and more to determine what areas need to be addressed during the planning process.

We have state-of-the-art technology to prepare accurate, high-quality maps for your land use permit application. Every planning application requires some mapping, and our in-office mapping capabilities will save you from having to spend even more time and money to obtain your land use permit. We use GIS and GPS data to create our clients’ maps, so our information is always up to date with Jackson County.

If you are applying for a land use permit, or if you have received a denial from a planning department, contact us to set up an initial consultation free of charge. Because each property is unique, we will most likely proceed with a feasibility, which will allow us to give you more definitive answers to your land use planning questions.

Contact us today! We have the experience and the resources to help you reach your land use planning goals.