Oregon Drone Laws (2020)
These laws are in addition to FAA Laws and Homeland Security Critical Infrastructure Rules
A public body may not operate an unmanned aircraft system in the airspace over this state without registering the unmanned aircraft system with the Oregon Department of Aviation.
Except as provided in subsection (3) of this section, a person commits a Class A violation if the person intentionally or knowingly:
(a) Operates an unmanned aircraft system over a critical infrastructure facility at an altitude not higher than 400 feet above ground level; or
(b) Allows an unmanned aircraft system to make contact with a critical infrastructure facility, including any person or object on the premises of or within the facility.