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JOIN 4-H

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In 4-H, we believe in the power of young people. We believe that every child ages 5 to 19 has valuable strengths and real influence to improve the world around us. We are America’s largest youth development organization with nearly six million young people across the US. For information on youth membership or adult volunteer opportunities, contact OSU Extension Clatsop County. 503-325-8573 2001 Marine Drive, Rm, 210, Astoria

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Clatsop County Business & Relocation Guide » 2019

Welcome Whether you’re native-born to Clatsop County, have newly adopted the area as home or plan to move here, this guide is a rich resource to the services, businesses and amenities of our communities. We hope you’ll find it a useful guide for making the best of living in the beautiful Northwest corner of Oregon.

Clatsop County Facts ...............3, 4 Weather ..................................................6 Annual Events. ....................................8 Business: Major employers and organizations .....................................10 Media.......................................................12 Utilities....................................................12 Parks and Recreation .............14, 15 Affordable Housing........................18 Transportation..................................48 Emergency Services......................16 Astoria...................................................20 Warrenton...........................................24 Hammond...........................................24 Seaside..................................................26

Thanks to Clatsop Community Action for sharing their annually updated Community Resource Directory listings for this Guide to Clatsop County Living.

Cannon Beach..................................34 Jewell.....................................................30 Gearhart ...............................................28 Knappa .................................................36 Westport..............................................36 Social Services.........................38-40 Healthcare...........................................42 Community Education................47 Churches .............................................44 Seniors ..................................................45 Veterans...............................................45 Boating.................................................46

Clatsop County

Childcare & Parent resources..47 Pets.........................................................54 Quick Numbers................................52

Facts Population: 39,764 Housing Units: 22,635 Occupied Households: 15,976 Established: June 22, 1844 Elevation at Astoria: 19' Area: 1085 sq. mi. County seat: Astoria

Hotlines.................................................52

Clatsop County Business & Relocation Guide is published annually by The Astorian Copyright © 2019 The Astorian All rights reserved.

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CLATSOP COUNTY

HISTORY The Tuality District was created in 1843 by the Provisional Legislature as one of the four original counties in Oregon. In 1844 Clatsop County was created from the western half of the Tuality District, bordered on the north by the Columbia River. Clatsop County was named for the Clatsop Tribe, one of the many Chinook tribes living in Oregon. Astoria, Oregon's oldest city, was founded in 1811 and was chosen by electors to be the county seat in 1854. In 1855 a two-story frame courthouse was completed. The ďŹ rst county government sat in Astoria in 1856. The second courthouse, at 749 Commercial Street was completed in 1908 and is still in use. County offices are now located in administration buildings near the courthouse at 800 Exchange Street. In 1964 the county court was replaced by a board of commissioners. The voters of Clatsop County approved a home rule charter in 1988, which called for a board of county commissioners as the policy determining body of the county, and a county manager. County commissioners are elected to geographic districts to four-year terms. Current commissioners are: Chair Sarah Nebeker, Kathleen Sullivan, Mark Kujala, Pamela Wev, and Lianne Thompson. Clatsop County Board of Commissioners meetings are generally held on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at 6 p.m. in the Judge Guy Boyington Building located at 857 Commercial St. in downtown Astoria.

Clatsop County

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CLATSOP COUNTY

COUNTY DEPARTMENTS https://www.co.clatsop.or.us/ Animal Control Pet licenses Assessment & Taxation Property tax information, Short term rental permits Budget & Finance

Welcome to the Family! When you join TLC, a Division of Fibre Federal Credit Union, you become a member of our family. . .the Fibre Family. As a family member, you’re not just a customer, you’re a member and owner of your credit union. Along with Fibre family status comes a level of service and care that you expect and deserve. It’s all in the family!

Clerk & Elections Register to vote, Passports, Marriage licenses Community Development Land Use Planning, Building Codes, Permits, Inspections Administration District Attorney Emergency Management CLATSOPALERTS

85 W. Marine Dr. Astoria 2315 N. Roosevelt Dr. Seaside COMING SOON: 1771 SE Ensign Ln. Warrenton

503.842.7523 • 866.901.3521 www.tlcfcu.org

Extension Service Fair & Expo Fisheries Andrea, Jarrett, Karen, Roger, and Barbara: 112 combined years as Fibre Family members

Juvenile Department Parks Park sites County park permits Parole & Probation Public Health Environmental health Public Safety Public Works Road permits, County roads Sheriff Concealed weapons permits, Search and Rescue Jail/Jail Roster

Source: Oregon Blue Book, US Census Bureau Quick Facts, Clatsop County website

Federally insur insured ed by NCUA

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CLATSOP COUNTY

GEOGRAPHY AND WEATHER The geography of Clatsop County varies from the Pacific Ocean beaches on the western edge, to the south shore of the Columbia River to the north, and the Coast Range forests in the interior. There are ocean breezes, river fogs and mountain elevations that create microclimates within the county, but overall the weather in Clatsop County is mild, with wet winters that rarely see temperatures below freezing, and summers in the 60 to 70 degree range. Inland, summer temperatures are higher, and winter temperatures lower.

Average annual weather ASTORIA

JANUARY

66.40"

MARCH

APRIL

MAY

51°

high

54°

high

56°

high

37°

low

39°

low

41°

low

high

49°

high

low

37°

low

rainy days Annual Precipitation:

FEBRUARY

rainy days

rainy days

rainy days

61°

high

46°

low

rainy days

18 days 16 days 17 days 14 days 10 days

JULY

AUGUST

SEPTEMBER

high

68°

high

69°

high

low

53°

low

53°

low

high

50°

low

rainy days

rainy days

3 days

3 days

7 days

65°

50°

rainy days

8 days

OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER

68°

rainy days

JUNE

61°

high

45°

low

rainy days

54°

high

49°

40°

low

37°

rainy days

rainy days

12 days 18 days 18 days

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TIDES Twice a day the Lower Columbia experiences high and low tides with the gravitational pull of the moon. High tides will cover beaches, rocks and shores exposed just hours earlier, and has stranded the unwary. Low tides can gound boats on sandbars as water recedes. Pick up a tide book at local tourist retailers, check the tide schedule online, or download a tide app and plan your water recreation accordingly.

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CLATSOP P 33 3 POWER yyears

EQUIPMENT, INC. SALES • SERVICE • RENTALS

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34912 HWY 101 BUS • ASTORIA 503-325-0792 • 1-800-220-0792

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CLATSOP COUNTY

FESTIVALS AND EVENTS Go to CoastWeekend.com/events for a full Calendar of events and updated information February

April

June

Fisher Poets Gathering

Crab, Seafood & Wine Festival

Cannon Beach Sandcastle Day

June

June

June

Astoria Pride Festival

AstoriaScandinavian Midsummer Festival

Miss Oregon Pageant

July/August

August

August

Clatsop County Fair

Astoria Regatta

Hood to Coast Relay

September

September

November

Wheels and Waves

Astoria Brew Cup

Stormy Weather Arts Festival Arts

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CLATSOP COUNTY

ECONOMY

BUSINESS RESOURCES

Clatsop County’s economy has been historically driven by forest products, fisheries and recreation/tourism. Non-employer establishments (those that do not have employees, generally owner-operated businesses) outnumber employer establishments almost two to one, reflecting the independent and entrepreneurial streak characteristic of Clatsop County residents.

CLATSOP COUNTY

MAJOR EMPLOYERS

Astoria-Warrenton Chamber of Commerce 111 W. Marine Drive Astoria, OR 97103 (503) 325-6311 oldoregon.com Seaside Chamber of Commerce 7 N. Roosevelt Dr. Seaside, OR 97138 503-738-6391 Seasidechamber.com Cannon Beach Chamber of Commerce 207 N Spruce Cannon Beach OR 97110 (503) 436-2623 Warrenton Business Association 225 S. Main Ave. Warrenton, OR 97146 Warrentonba.com

• U.S. Coast Guard • Georgia Pacific-Wauna Mill • Warrenton Fiber Company • Columbia Memorial Hospital • Providence Seaside Hospital • Astoria School District • Seaside School District • Clatsop County Government • State of Oregon • Tongue Point Job Corp

Astoria Downtown Historic District Association No.1-12th St, STE 114 Astoria, OR 97103 503-791-7940 Astoriadowntown.com Seaside Downtown Development Association 39 N. Holladay Seaside, OR 97138 (503) 717-1914 facebook.com/seasidedowntown

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CLATSOP COUNTY

TOP 10 TAXPAYERS

(2017)

1. Georgia Pacific Consumer Products: $1,937,684.36 2. Lewis & Clark Tree Farms LLC: $912,150.38 3. WorldMark The Club: $564,483.30 4. Pacificorp: $531,905.35 5. Northwest Natural Gas Co.: $493,959.63 6. Hampton Lumber Mills Inc.: $433,440.65 7. Charter Communications: $411,598.91 8. Western Generation Agency: $287,880.10 9. Weyerhaeuser Columbia Timberlands LLC: $279,906.95 10. Georgia Pacific Consumer Products LP: $260,666.07

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CEDR Clatsop Economic Development Resources Small Business Development Center 1455 N. Roosevelt Seaside OR 97138 (503) 338-2402 sbdc@clatsopcc.edu Clatsoped.com Clatsop County Community Development Department 800 Exchange St., Suite 100 Astoria, OR 97103 Phone: (503) 325-8611 Fax: (503) 338-3666 comdev@co.clatsop.or.us Port of Astoria 10 Pier One Bldg., Suite 308 Astoria 97103 503-741-3300 www.portofastoria.com


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CLATSOP COUNTY

MEDIA The Astorian

Hipfish Monthly

Boomer Radio

DailyAstorian.com 949 Exchange St. Astoria, OR 97103 503-325-3211 news@dailyastorian.com

1017 Marine Driv Astoria, OR 97103 503.338.4878 hipfish@charter.net

www.949thebridge.com KBGE 94.9 FM 615 Broadway #222 Seaside, OR 97138 503-738-8668

Ohana Media Group Seaside Signal SeasideSignal.com 1555 N. Roosevelt Seaside, OR 97138 503-738-5561

Cannon Beach Gazette CannonBeachGazette.com 1906 Second Street Tillamook, OR 97141 (503) 842-7535

Columbia Press TheColumbiaPress.com 5 N. Highway 101 Warrenton, OR 97146 503-861-3331

KSWB Radio Clatsop

ohanamediagroup.com KAST 1370 AM/KKOR FM 106.3 FM/KLMY 99.7 FM/KCRX103.9 FM 285 S.W. Main Court, Suite 200 Warrenton, OR 97146 503-861-6620

kswbradio.com 98.1 FM 840 AM 503.738.KSWB 408 Broadway Suite #C PO Box 682 Seaside, Oregon 97138

Coast Community Radio

Jacobs Radio

coastradio.org KMUN 91.9 FM/KCPB 90.9 FM/KTCB 89.5 FM P.O. Box 269, 1445 Exchange St. Astoria, OR 97103 503-325-0010

3095 US 101 N. #D-44 Seaside, OR 97138 503.739.7625

Clatsop News

Hits 94.3 KRKZ

clatsopnews.com 360-482-1671

www.943krkz.com 927 Marine Drive Astoria, OR 97103 (503) 468-0943

CLATSOP COUNTY

UTILITIES NATURAL GAS Northwest Natural www.nwnatural.com 176 W. Marine Drive Astoria, OR 97103 Customer Service: 800-422-4012 Natural Gas Odor? 800-882-3377

ELECTRIC Pacific Power 2340 SE Dolphin Road Warrenton, OR 97146 24 hour Residential Customer Service 1-888-221-7070

WASTE SERVICES

Call Before You Dig: Dial 811

PROPANE CHS Northwest Energy www.chsnw.com 92707 Svensen Market Rd. Astoria, OR 97103 (503) 458-6004

TELEPHONE/TV/INTERNET Century Link Centurylink.com 866-541-3322 Coastal Communications Seaside, OR 97138 (503) 739-8775

Recology Western Oregon www.recology.com/recology-western-oregon/ 2320 SE 12th Place Warrenton, OR 97146 (503) 861-0578

MossyTel 230 8th Street Astoria, OR 97103 (503) 325-9090 855-MOSSYTEL

Astoria Transfer Station (recycling and dump) 1790 Williamsport Rd Astoria, OR 97103 (503) 325-4623

Sea Star Satellite 632 W. Marine Drive Astoria, OR 97103 503-325-7244 seastarsatellite.com

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Spectrum www.spectrum.net 833-267-6094 • (855) 251-0817 419 Gateway Avenue Astoria, OR 97103

WIRELESS PHONE Verizon Wireless 1490 SE Discovery Lane Warrenton, OR 97146 (503) 861-8553 Sprint www.sprint.com 1479 SE Discovery Lane Spc A-120 Warrenton, OR 97146 (503) 468-9164 AT&T www.att.com/stores/oregon/warrenton/604 159 South, US-101, Warrenton, OR 97146 (503) 861-2100

WATER/SEWER See City pages


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Safeguarding the environment while keeping commerce flowing

R I V E R B A R P I L O T S

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PARKS AND RECREATION PACIFIC

Oregon State Parks in Clatsop County

401 101

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Oswald West State Park

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Hug Point State Recreation Site

3.

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Arcadia Beach State Recreation Site

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Tolovana Beach State Recreation Site

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Clatsop County Parks 2001 Marine Drive, Room 253 (Clatsop County Fisheries) Astoria, OR 97103 (503) 325-9306 www.co.clatsop.or.us/parks

TILLAMOOK

Fort Clatsop National Memorial

Lewis and Clark National Historical Park

92343 Ft Clatsop Rd, Astoria 503-861-2471 nps.gov/lewi/planyourvisit/ fortclatsop.htm Replica of the fort where the Lewis and Clark expedition camped for the winter.

92343 Fort Clatsop Road Astoria, OR 97103 (503) 861-2471 www.nps.gov/lewi

Fort Stevens State Park 100 Peter Iredale, Hammond 503-861-1671 / 800-551-6949 Reservations: 800-452-5687 oregonstateparks.org Picnic areas, camping, lake swimming, hiking & biking trails, fishing, ocean beaches, historic military fort & museum.

RECREATION Astoria Parks and Recreation (ARC) 1555 W. Marine Dr, Astoria 503-325-7275 Maintains various community parks, athletic fields, programs, and events. astoriaparks.com/dept/Parks_Recreation Astoria Aquatic Center 1997 Marine Dr, Astoria 503-325-7027 Swimming, swimming lessons, and fitness classes. Fees apply.

Port of Play 785 Alameda, Astoria 503-325-8669 Hands-on recreational activities for children; fee per child (adults are free)

Astoria Senior Center 1111 Exchange, Astoria 503-325-3231 Exercise classes, bingo, bridge, pinochle, movies, and more

Astoria Public Library 450 10th St, Astoria 503-325-7323 astorialibrary.org/dept/library Free book check out for Astoria residents. Children’s reading programs.

Blood Pressure checks: Wed., 12-2pm

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Lil’ Sprouts Academy 503-325-8669 785 Alameda Ave (second floor) Child care & preschool for ages 6m-6y. Bob Chisholm Community & Senior Center 1225 Ave. A, Seaside 503-738-7393 sunsetempire.com/ The Community Center hosts activities for all ages: weddings, educational events, clubs and organizations of all types, hearing tests, martial arts for all ages, flu shots, health screening, hearing services, info & more. Senior Meals: Lunch M-F at 11:45am for 60+. Small donation suggested. Home Delivery: M, W & F, 9-11 a.m. Boy Scouts of America 971-806-4582 www.cpcbsa.org or Facebook Prepares boys 7-20 & girls 14-20 to make ethical & moral choices through service, mentoring & leadership development.

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Heritage Museum 1618 Exchange St, Astoria 503-325-2203 cumtux.org/ Regional museum for Clatsop County. Exhibits on geology, natural history, industry & people of the area.

Seaside Museum 570 Necanicum, Seaside 503-738-7065 seasidemuseum.org/ Exhibits on Native Americans & history of Seaside. Entrance fee applies.

Clatsop Community College Dora Badollet Library 1680 Lexington, Astoria 503-338-2462 lrc.clatsopcc.edu Non-students may use internet and library space free of charge, book check out for students or paying patrons.

Sunset Empire Parks & Recreation 1140 Broadway, Seaside 503-738-3311 sunsetempire.com/ Maintains the pool, various community events, after school programs, pre-school, youth center (middle schoolers), programs, and events for children, families, and adults.

4-H See OSU extension Girl Scouts of Oregon & SW Washington 800-338-5248 girlscoutsosw.org/ Positive leadership, mentoring & community services opportunities for girls.

READERS CREATE LEADERS

OSU Clatsop Extension Office 2001 Marine Dr, Rm 210, Astoria 503-325-8573 extension.oregonstate.edu/about /who-we-are Provides outreach through educational programs, working with community partners through gardening and farm-ing, food and nutrition, 4-H, health and wellness, and environmental programs.

Seaside Public Library 1131 Broadway, Seaside 503-738-6742 seasidelibrary.org/

Flavel House Museum 441 8th St, Astoria 503-325-2203 cumtux.org/ Historic Queen Anne Victorian home.

Mon-Fri 10 AM-6 PM Sat 10:00 AM- 2 PM -Story Time 10:30 AM Closed Sunday

Lower Columbia Youth Soccer Association PO Box 457, Warrenton 503-325-7246 lcysasoccer.com

Camp Kiwanilong PO Box 128, Warrenton 503-861-2933 campkiwanilong.org/ Summer camp opportunities for youth.

Columbia River Maritime Museum 1792 Marine Dr, Astoria 503-325-2323 crmm.org/ Interactive exhibits that combine history with technology.

Warrenton Community Library

Uppertown Firefighters Museum 2968 Marine, Astoria 503-325-2203 cumtux.org (Clatsop County Historical Society) Collection of firefighting equip. & photos of Astoria fires. Warrenton Community Center 170 SW 3rd, Warrenton 503-861-2233 Gathering place with full kitchen for functions such as Senior lunches, Wedding Receptions, Company Parties, Meetings and Seminars, Banquets, Family Reunions, & much more. Warrenton Community Library 160 S Main St, Warrenton 503-861-8268 / 503-861-8156 Facebook—Free book check-out for residents of Warrenton and Hammond.

160 S. Main Street, Warrenton 503-861-8156 Visit our website for upcoming events & info:

www.warrentonlibrary.org

Hammond Kennels

We provide a comfortable and caring environment for your pets!

32 years

Owner, Eva Wiseman

Family owned and operated for almost 33 years, Hammond Kennels continues to be the ‘go-to’ location for pet owners along the Northern Oregon Coast.

Dogs & Cats, Birds and Small Pocket Pets Welcome! Grooming Services include Bathing, Nail Clipping, Fluff-Drying, Hand-Scissoring and More! WE ALSO OFFER MOTIVATIONAL TRAINING SERVICES!

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CLATSOP COUNTY

PUBLIC SAFETY & EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Emergency Only: Dial 911

CLATSOP COUNTY Clatsop County Sheriff 503-325-2061 Clatsop County Jail 503 325-8641 EXT. 0 Clatsop County Emergency Operations Center 355 7th St, Astoria 503-325-8635 co.clatsop.or.us/em Clatsop County Sheriff’s Office 1190 SE 19th, Warrenton 503-325-8635 co.clatsop.or.us/sheriff Clatsop County Animal Control 1315 19th, Warrenton 503-861-0737 www.co.clatsop.or.us/animalcontrol

OREGON STATE Oregon State Police 503-325-2231 Oregon State Police 2320 SE Dolphin, Warrenton 503-861-0781 oregon.gov/osp/Pages/index.aspx

ASTORIA

SEASIDE Seaside Fire and Rescue 150 S Lincoln, Seaside 503-738-5420 http://www.seasidefire.com/ Seaside Police Department 1091 S Holladay, Seaside 503-738-6311 http://police.cityofseaside.us/

WARRENTON Warrenton Fire Department 225 S Main, Warrenton 503-861-2494 ci.warrenton.or.us/fire Warrenton Police Department 225 S Main, Warrenton 503-861-2235 ci.warrenton.or.us/police

Elise-Vinemaple Rural Fire Protection District 503-755-2233

Astoria Police Department 555 30th St, Astoria 503-325-4411 astoria.or.us/dept/Police_Department

Knappa-Svensen-Burnside and John Day-Fernhill Rural Fire Protection Districts 503-458-6610

GEARHART Gearhart Police Department 698 Pacific, Gearhart 503-738-5501 cityofgearhart.com/general/page/police -department Gearhart Volunteer Fire Department 670 Pacific, Gearhart 503-738-7838 gearhartfire.com/

Seaside/Gearheart emergency warning system monthly tests From September to May, every first Wednesday at 11 a.m. the Seaside Police Department tests the emergency warning system: three beeps followed by a voice warning. Tsunami evacuation maps www.co.clatsop.or.us/em/page/ tsunamis

Cannon Beach Rural Fire Protection District 503-436-2949

Hamlet Fire Department 503-738-8188

CANNON BEACH

American Red Cross 3131 N Vancouver Ave. Portland 97227 503-284-1234 Provides CPR & First Aid training. Fees apply, scholarships available. redcross.org

RURAL VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENTS

Astoria Fire Department 555 30th St, Astoria 503-325-2345 astoria.or.us/dept/Fire_Department

Cannon Beach Police Department 163 E Gower, Cannon Beach 503-436-2811 ci.cannon-beach.or.us/police

BE PREPARED

Lewis and Clark Rural Fire Protection District 503-325-4192 Westport Rural Fire Protection District 503-455-0727 Olney-Wallusiki Fire and Rescue 503-861-4432 Mist-Birkenfeld Rural Fire Protection District 503-755-2710

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Clatsop ALERTS! ClatsopALERTS! is Clatsop County’s emergency notification system to local citizens, providing warnings about storms, floods and tsunamis, road closures and other urgent information by voice or text messages to home phones, cell phones and email. To add cell or email contacts to ClatsopALERTS! sign up at: https://www.co.clatsop.or.us /em/page/clatsopalerts


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Celebrating 100 years Since 1919

Karen at Beach Books has a beautiful, unique book store in the heart of Seaside’s Historic Downtown Gilbert District. She offers a great selection of fiction, nonfiction children’s literature, home, garden cooking, local authors, greeting cards, and journals. Join in for her Events in the Loft where you can meet the authors. Thank you for considering Beach Books and shopping local. -Karen Emmerling

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VP, Branch Manager Astoria 503-298-2012

AVP, Branch Manager Warrenton 503-861-9750

AVP, Business Banker North Oregon Coast 503-298-2023

AVP, Branch Manager Seaside 503-298-2032

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CLATSOP COUNTY

AFFORDABLE HOUSING CITY

NAME

ADDRESS

PHONE

Astoria

Astor Apts./Mod Rehab Prog.

1423 Commercial St

Astoria

Astoria Gateway Apts.

2775 Steam Whistle Way

503-325-2882

Astoria

Astoria Gateway Apts. II

2850 Marine Dr

503-325-4184

Astoria

Bayshore Apartments

1400 W Marine Dr

503-325-1749

Astoria

Bayview Cottages

783 W Marine Dr

503-325-4096

SENIOR

DISABLED SUBSIDY

503-861-0119 x113

Astoria

Cavalier Court Apts.

91817 Hwy 202

503-468-8753

Astoria

Community Property Mgmt.

175 14th St

503-325-5678

Astoria

Elmore Apartments

687 14th St

503-325-4963

Astoria

Emerald Heights

1 Emerald Dr

503-325-8221

Astoria

Hilltop Apts. (CCA)

364 9th St

503-325-1400

Astoria

KD Properties

200 Nehalem Ave

503-325-3323

Astoria

Meriwether Village

101 Madison

503-325-3072

Astoria

Owens-Adair Apartments

1508 Exchange St

503-861-0119 x113

Cannon Beach

Elk Creek Terrace

357 Elk Creek Rd

503-436-9562

Cannon Beach

Shorewood Estates

1121 Spruce Ct

503-436-9709

Hammond

Columbia Pointe Apts

500 Pacific Dr

503-791-3703

Hammond

Parkview Commons Apts

421 NW Ridge Rd

503-861-6031

Seaside

Beach Property Mgmt

800 N Roosevelt

503-738-9068

Seaside

Clatsop Shores

2561 N Roosevelt Dr

503-861-0119 x113

Seaside

Creekside Village Apts.

1953 Spruce Dr

503-738-6880

Seaside

Hudson’s Point Apts.

1021 S Downing

503-738-9482

Seaside

Salmonberry Knoll

1250 S Wahanna Rd

503-717-1120

Seaside

Sandhill Apartments

150 S Wahanna Rd

503-738-5475

Seaside

The Retreat

2160 Lewis & Clark Rd

844-879-0142

Seaside

Waterfront Property Management

120 N Roosevelt Dr

503-738-2021

Warrenton

Alder Court

235 SW Alder Court

503-861-0119 x113

Warrenton

Bayview Apartments

50 NE 1st St

503-861-3721

Warrenton

Birch Court Apts.

216 SW 2nd St

62+

503-861-1296 SOURCE: CCA Resource Guide

Northwest Oregon Housing Authority (NOHA) 147 S Main Ave, Warrenton 503-861-0119 • Fax 503-861-0220 www.nwoha.org Geographical Area Served: Clatsop, Columbia, and Tillamook Counties • Housing Choice Voucher program (Section 8) including Family SelfSufficiency and Home Ownership programs • Affordable housing units in Warrenton, Seaside, Tillamook, and St. Helens • Subsidized housing in Astoria (Moderate Rehabilitation) and Nehalem (Rural Development USDA)

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CLATSOP COUNTY LANDMARK

Astoria Column 1 Coxcomb Drive Volunteers needed to welcome visitors, provide information and answer questions about the Astoria Column and the city of Astoria. For information, Friends of the Astoria Column Visitor Center at 503-325-2963


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In 1915, McNaughton and Raymond of Portland, designed The Franklin Apartments, a three-story masonry structure in the early 20th Century Colonial Revival style. The building was modern and luxurious for its time, offering studio apartments with kitchens and full bathrooms in each unit. Located adjacent to Astoria’s Downtown at 1432 Franklin Avenue, the building fortunately survived the fire of 1922 that destroyed so many properties in the nearby business district. Also fortunate, The Franklin Apartments years had very few owners and very few modifications during its first 100 years. Most apartments retain original woodwork, doors and window trim. Tall ceilings and large, fully-functioning double-hung six-, nine- or twelve-over-one windows allow considerable light into the units. Kitchens have original cabinets, some with glass in the cupboard doors and/or the original drain-boards in place. Claw-foot tubs sit on hexagon tile floors. Other original, unique features abound, including marble faced entry and an antiquated intercom system in working condition. Larry Ferguson has nearly completed the exterior renovation undertaken in 2016. Work is now underway on improving the grounds, including a stone wall and garden constructed of locally sourced boulders by talented stone mason Barry Brown.Watch as we continue to revitalize the natural beauty of this local landmark!

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ASTORIA PUBLIC LIBRARY

CLATSOP COUNTY

450 10th Street 503-325-READ (7323) astoria.or.us/dept/Library HOURS: Mon to Thu: 10am-6pm Fri & Sat: 10am-5pm Sun: Closed

ASTORIA

UTILITIES Water/Sewer Department City of Astoria 1095 Duane Street 503-338-5172 astoria.or.us/City_of_Astoria_Utility_ Billing.aspx

ASTORIA POST OFFICE 750 Commercial St. Astoria, OR 97103 Open Mon-Fri 8:30am - 5:00pm

ASTORIA SCHOOLS

Astoria was established in 1810 as the first permanent U.S. settlement west of the Rocky mountains. Men from the Tonquin, an Pacific Fur Company ship, named the outpost after owner John Jacob Astor. During the U.S. war with the British in 1812, isolation and lack of military protection caused Pacific Fur Company to fold, and the assets were sold to the British North West Company. From 1813 to 1818, the British owned Astoria, referred to during that time as Fort George. In 1818, a treaty with England established joint occupation of the Oregon Country. The first U.S. Post Office west of the Rocky Mountains was established in Astoria in 1847, and in 1854 Astoria was chosen by electors as county seat for recently created Clatsop County.

Population (2018): 9,695 Elevation: 23' Incorporated: October 20, 1876

Housing Units: 5,213 Occupied Housing Units: 4565 Median Home Value: $244,700 Source: 2017 American Factfinder

City of Astoria 1095 Duane St., Astoria, OR 97103 503-325-5821 www.astoria.or.us Astoria is governed by a five-member city council, including an elected mayor, and four councilors representing geographic districts, or wards. The council appoints the city manager, city attorney and municipal judge. City council meetings are generally held the first and third Monday of the month at 7:00 P.M.

Astoria School District 785 Alameda Avenue Astoria, OR 97103 503-325-6441 www.astoria.k12.or.us/ Astoria High School (4A, Fishermen) Grades 9 - 12 1001 W. Marine Drive Astoria, OR 97103 503-325-3911 Astoria Middle School Grades 6 - 8 1100 Klaskanine Ave. Astoria, OR 97103 503-325-4331 Lewis & Clark Elementary Grades 3-5 92179 Lewis and Clark Rd. Astoria, OR 97103 503-325-2032 John Jacob Astor Elementary School Grades K-2 3550 Franklin Avenue Astoria, OR 97103 503-325-6672 Gray School Alternative Program 785 Alameda, Astoria 503-325-4197

City Parks Location, facilities, hours astoriaparks.com/Parks/Parks_List.aspx SEE PAGE 14

Astoria Riverfront Trolley Astoria Riverfront Trolley Association — 111 W. Marine Drive. Needs conductors/motormen to operate trolley and narrate points of interest. One or more three-hour shifts per month. For information, call the 503-325-6311 or go to old300.org

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ASTORIA ORIA A PU PUBLIC UBLIC LI LIBRARY BRAR RY EXPLORE E IDEAS | ENG ENGAGE AGE G MINDS | EX EXCITE CITE E IMA IMAGINATION GINA AT TION

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Preparing Pr eparin ng Our Students Stud dents for for Future Future Success! Succes ss!

THE MISSION off the As Astoria toria School Dis D District trict is tto o pr epare each sstudent t tudent tto o their fulles ential prepare fullestt pot potential life learning, citizenship, work. ffor or a lif e of learnin ng, citiz enship, and w ork.

A STORIA S TORIA A SCHOOL SCH OOL D DISTRICT ISTR RICT THE VISION of th the he As Astoria toria School Dis District strict is thatt e every acquires knowledge tha very sstudent tudent ac quires the kno wledge and skills the y need tto o suc cessfully and c on nfidently they successfully confidently transition through level learning tr ansition thr ough each le vel of our lea rning community. emerge engaged lifec ommunity. Our sstudents tudents emer ge as en ngaged lif ecitizens greater community. long learners and citiz c ens of a gr eater c ommunity. They are prepared demands life T hey ar e fully pr ep pared ffor or the demand ds of lif e having provided challenging ha ving been pr ovid ded with a challengin ng and comprehensive academic program. c omprehensive aca ademic pr ogram. am

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CLATSOP COUNTY

WARRENTON/HAMMOND UTILITIES Water/Sewer City of Warrenton 22 S. Main Ave. 503-861-2233 www.ci.warrenton.or.us/utilitybilling

PARKS & TRAILS www.ci.warrenton.or.us/ parksandtrails Warrenton Community Library 160 S Main Ave Warrenton, OR 97146 (503) 861-8156 warrentonlibrary.org Warrenton Post Office 99 N. Main Street Warrenton, OR 97146 Open Mon-Fri 8:30am - 5:00pm

Warrenton is named for Daniel Knight Warren, who reclaimed a large tract from the tidal flats by constructing a dike over two miles long completed in 1878. Warren platted the city in 1889 and it was incorporated in 1899. D.K. Warren’s historic home, built in 1885 and recently restored, is located on NE Skipanon Drive.

Hammond Post Office 906 Pacific Drive Hammond, OR 97121 Open Mon-Fri 10:00am - 2:00pm

SCHOOLS

Hammond was originally incorporated as New Astoria in 1899. The name was changed to Hammond in 1915 to reflect the name of the railroad station and post office, named for lumberman Andrew B. Hammond, who completed the Astoria and Columbia River Railroad. The city voted to disincorporate in November 1991 and merged with the city of Warrenton.

Warrenton-Hammond School District 820 SW Cedar St Warrenton, OR 97146 503-861-2281 warrentonschools.com

Population (2018): 5,685 Elevation: 8' Incorporated: February 11, 1899

Warrenton High School (2A, Warriors) Grades 9-12 1700 SE Main Warrenton, OR 97146 503-861-3317

Housing Units: 2,199 Occupied Housing Units: 2010 Median Home Value: $210,500 Source: 2017 American Factfinder

City of Warrenton 225 S Main Ave., Warrenton, OR 97146 503-861-2233 www.ci.warrenton.or.us Warrenton has a five-member elected city commission, including an elected mayor. The city manager administrates the city’s business. The Warrenton City Commission generally meets at 6:00 p.m. on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at Warrenton City Hall.

Warrenton Grade School Grades K-8 820 SW Cedar St Warrenton, OR 97146 503-861-3376

Fort Stevens In 1863, the military battery, Fort Stevens, was built near Warrenton/Hammond by the mouth of the Columbia River. Fort Stevens guarded the mouth of the Columbia River during the Civil War and World Wars I and II. Much of Fort Stevens is preserved within the 3700 acre Fort Stevens State Park, part of the Lewis and Clark National and State Historical Parks. 24 • Clatsop County Business & Relocation Guide 2019


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We help keep families smiling! • Family Dental Care • Hygiene & prevention • Broad range of therapies • Caring/Friendly Team • Nitrous sedation & Movie selection for patient comfort • Oral surgery • Root canal treatment • Teeth whitening

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Functional Orthodontics that allows foundational changes for enhanced facial esthetics, straight teeth, airway and stable TMJ.

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KLEMP FAMILY DENTISTRY Dr. Dennis Klemp, DMD, FAGD 1006 West Marine Dr., Astoria • (503) 468-0116 klempfamilydentistry.com

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CLATSOP COUNTY

SEASIDE Parks & Recreation Sunset Empire Recreation District See Page 14 sunsetempire.com Bob Chisholm Community Center 1225 Avenue A 503-738-7393 Seaside Public Library 1131 Broadway Seaside, Oregon 97138 503-738-6742

UTILITIES Water/Sewer City of Seaside 989 Broadway, 97138 503-738-5511 cityofseaside.us/departmentsservices/city-hall/financedepartment/utilities

The city of Seaside is thought to have been named from Seaside House, a grand summer home built in 1871 by railroad magnate Ben Holladay. Ben Holladay has a Seaside street named for him as well. The Promenade, or "Prom," was established by real estate developer and Seaside mayor Alexandre Gilbert, who donated land to the City of Seaside for its development along the Pacific beach in 1912. Following a devastating fire in 1912, Gilbert helped businesses rebuild in Seaside, and established the Gilbert District east of the Neanicum River on Broadway. The historic Gilbert House is located at 341 Beach Drive.

Population (2018): 6,795 Elevation: 17' Incorporated: February 17, 1899

Housing Units: 4,571 Occupied Housing Units: 2900 Median Home Value: $265,400 Source: 2017 American Factfinder

City of Seaside 989 Broadway, 97138 503-738-5511 www.cityofseaside.us Seaside is governed by a seven-member city council, including the elected mayor and appointed council president. The city manager is administrator for city business. Seaside City Council meetings are generally the second and fourth Mondays of the month at 7 p.m. at City Hall.

Seaside Post Office 300 Avenue A SEASIDE, OR 97138 Open Mon-Fri 8:30am - 5:00pm; Sat 8:30 am - 10:30 am

SCHOOLS Seaside School District 1801 S Franklin St Seaside, OR 97138 503-738-5591 www.seaside.k12.or.us Seaside High School (4A, Seagulls) (Grades 9-12) 1901 N Holladay Dr Seaside, OR 97138 503-738-5586 Broadway Middle School (Grades 6-8) 1120 Broadway St Seaside, OR 97138 503-738-5560 Seaside Heights Elementary (Grades: K-5) 2000 Spruce St Seaside, OR 97138 503-738-5161

Lewis and Clark Salt Works In January of 1806, a few members of the Lewis and Clark expedition traveled south from Fort Clatsop to what is now Seaside to harvest salt from ocean water. A replica of the Salt Works was established in 1955, and is now a National Monument, located on Lewis and Clark Way between Beach Drive and the Prom.

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CLATSOP COUNTY

GEARHART

UTILITIES Water/Sewer City of Gearhart 503-738-5501 Gearhart Public Golf Course 1157 N. Marion Ave Gearhart, OR 97138 503-738-3538 www.gearhartgolflinks.com/ Beach Wheelchair Rental 1-800-547-0115 Gearhart by the Sea Resort 1157 N Marion Gearhart, OR 97138

The city is named for Phillip Gearhart, a settler from Missouri who in 1851, bought acreage on the Clatsop Plains. He increased the size of his holdings in 1859, and again in 1863 so that the parcel encompassed all of what is now Gearhart, as well as a portion of Seaside across the Necanicum River estuary. In 1889, a railroad was built between Astoria and Seaside. It carried vacationing Portlanders from the ferry in Astoria to Gearheart, increasing the numbers of vacationers who were drawn to.Gearhart for relaxing summer days at the beach, wandering the Ridge Path through the dunes and meadows of the Phillip Gearhart land claim.

Population (2018): 1,587 Elevation: 16' Incorporated: January 28, 1918

Housing Units: 1,526 Occupied Housing Units: 644 Median Home Value: $298,500

Gearhart Post Office 546 Pacific Way Seaside, OR 97138 Open Mon - Fri 8:30 - 12; 1:30 - 4:30 Sat 8:30 - 12:30

SCHOOLS Gearhart Elementary (Grades: K-5) 1002 Pacific Way Gearhart, OR 97138 503-738-8348 Gearhart Middle and High School students attend Seaside schools (see page 26)

Source: 2017 American Factfinder

City of Gearhart P.O. Box 2510, 698 Pacific Way., 97138 Phone: 503-738-5501 www.ci.gearhart.or.us Gearhart is governed by a five member city council, included an elected mayor. City business is directed by the City Administrator. City Council Meetings are generally held the first Wednesday of every month at 7 p.m. at Gearhart City Hall, 698 Pacific Way.

Tips for coexisting with Roosevelt Elk in Gearhart Enjoy watching from a distance. Keep pets on a leash at all times. Elk are most active at dawn and dusk, but avoid human and pet conflicts during September & October (breeding season) and May & June (when calves are born). Non-native vegetation attracts Elk. To move a herd off of you property, calmly approach the herd making your presense obvious. Avoid surprising the Elk or being aggressive. Source: City of Gearhart 28 • Clatsop County Business & Relocation Guide 2019


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JEWELL Jewell, an unincorporated community, is located in the center of Clatsop County near the intersection of Highways 202 and 103. Jewell was named after Marshall Jewell, United States Postmaster General from 1874-1876. A post office was established in Jewell in 1874 and closed in 1967. Jewell now shares the Seaside zip code, 97138. Jewell Meadows Wildlife Area, an Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife preserve, is known for its resident Roosevelt elk. The Jewell area of central Clatsop County is home to Clatsop State Forest, the center of logging activity in the county.

SCHOOLS Jewell School District/Jewell School (1A, Blue Jays) Grades PK-12 83874 Hwy 103’ Seaside, OR 97138-6154 503-755-2451 Jewell.k12.or.us

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Astoria-Megler Bridge The bridge was a joint project of the Oregon and Washington state highway departments. Construction began in 1962 and was completed in 1966. It operated as a toll bridge until 1993. At 4.1 miles long, this span over the Columbia River is the nation’s largest continuous truss bridge.

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CANNON BEACH

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UTILITIES Water/Sewer/Stormwater City of Cannon Beach 503-436-1581 Haystack Rock Awareness Program (HRAP) www.ci.cannon-beach.or.us/hrap/ page/hrap-home 503-436-8060 Stewardship and environmental education program to protect the bird and intertidal ecology surrounding the Marine Garden and Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge at Haystack Rock. Volunteers set up during low tides and talk to visitors about the rock and the local flora and fauna.

William Clark and several of his companions from the Corps of Discovery, including Sacagawea, made a three-day journey from Fort Clatsop on January 10, 1806, to the site of a beached whale. They encountered a group of Native Americans from the Tillamook tribe who were boiling blubber for storage. Ehkoli is thought to be a native word for "whale," so Clark named the site Ecola Creek. Later settlers renamed the creek "Elk Creek," a name that was also given to the settlement that developed nearby. A cannon from the US Navy schooner Shark washed ashore just north of Arch Cape in 1846, a few miles south of Elk Creek. As a result, in 1922, Elk Creek was renamed Cannon Beach. Ecola Creek now bears William Clark's original name. The shipwrecked cannon is in the city's museum and a replica of it can be seen alongside U.S. 101. More artifacts from the Shark, and information about the settlement can be viewed at the Columbia River Maritime Museum in Astoria.

Population (2018): 1,749 Elevation: 30' Incorporated: March 5, 1957

Housing Units: 2,047 Occupied Housing Units: 676 Median Home Value: $468,100 Source: 2017 American Factfinder

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Cannon Beach Post Office 163 N Hemlock Cannon Beach, OR 97110 Open Mon - Fri 9 - 5

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KNAPPA

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Knappa The unincorporated community of Knappa is located on Highway 30 near the Columbia River. The community is named after Aaron Knapp, Jr., an early owner of land near Blind Slough, officially named Knappa Slough in 1941. There was a post office in Knappa from 1872 to 1943. Knappa now shares the Astoria zip code, 97103.

Wauna Wauna is an unincorporated area about ten miles east of Knappa that is home to one of Clatsop County’s largest employers, Georgia-Pacific’s Wauna paper mill. The Wauna mill employs about 750, and paid over $2 million in Clatsop County property taxes in 2017.

Westport Westport is located at the eastern border of Clatsop and Columbia Counties on Highway 30. Westport is named after John West, a Scotsman who settled in the area in the early 1850s and ran a sawmill and a salmon cannery. Westport is home to the Wahkiakum County ferry, connecting across the Columbia River to Puget Island and Cathlamet, Washington.

SCHOOLS Knappa School District 41535 Old Hwy 30 Astoria, OR 97103-8640 503-458-5993 www.knappa.k12.or.us Knappa High School (Grades 9-12) 41535 Old Hwy 30 Astoria, OR 97103-8640 503-458-6166 Hilda Lahti Elementary (Grades K-8) 41535 Old Hwy 30 Astoria, OR 97103-8640 503-458-6162

Lewis and Clark National Wildlife Area Extending from Tongue Point to Cathlamet, Lewis and Clark National Wildlife Refuge includes approximately 20 islands stretching over 27 miles of the Columbia River. Established in 1972 to preserve the vital fish and wildlife habitat of the Columbia River estuary, the refuge is only accessible by boat, and supports large numbers of waterfowl, shorebirds and raptors.

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Serving Clatsop County since 1956

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Mattresses, Furniture & More! Jim and Shela Pierce purchased their business in 1984 from Joe Nerenberg, owner of Hildebrand Furniture. In May, 1990 J&S moved to 1442 Commercial, Astoria to expand their sales floor, providing reconditioned appliances with handy street-level access to customers. Customer Service is a belief practiced at J&S. Jim & Shela Pierce along with a friendly, knowledgeable sales staff, factory-trained appliance and refrigeration technicians continue to offer reliable, reputable service since first opening their doors for business. The J&S staff has more than 100 years of combined experience and still has a great reputation for “Going The Extra Mile” to achieve customer satisfaction every day. Come and visit the North Coast’s premiere store with 14,000 square feet filled with appliances, dining and living room sets, mattresses, bedroom furniture and recliners, accessories and more. Stroll around J&S, visit the constantly changing room settings. Order custom furnishings. Take your item with you or have it delivered, FREE. As usual, J&S will continue to donate traded-in used furniture to charity when possible.

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SOCIAL SERVICES Clatsop Behavioral Health (CBH) Astoria: 2120 Exchange St. Suite 301 Children and Families, Suite 203 Adults Seaside: 318 S Holladay. Adults, Child, and Families Corporate Office: 65 N Holiday 101, Suite 204, Warrenton Crisis Line: 503-325-5724 Main Office: 503-325-5722, Seaside 503-717-5505 clatsopbh.org/

Mental Health • Information and Referral • Child/Adolescent (3-18 years) and Adult (18 +) Outpatient Counseling • Psychiatric Medication & Prescription Drug Assistance, as appropriate • Case Management for Chronic Mental Illness, as appropriate • Therapy and Skills-Training Groups for Children and Adults • Project Intercept: early intervention for psychotic disorders (ages 14-25) • Crisis Intervention and Stabilization Services • Court-Mandated & Voluntary Individual & Group Outpatient Treatment Fees • Private Insurance / Oregon Health Plan / Medicare

Clatsop Community Action (CCA) 364 9th St Astoria 503-325-1400 • Fax: 503-325-1153 • ccaservices.org Community Resource Desk: 503-717-7176 • Temporary & Transitional Rental Assistance • Case Management • Transitional & Low-Income Housing • Personal Care Pantry: hygiene, cleaning supplies & infant care items • Information & Referral Services • Energy Assistance Program / Wood Lot Program • Veteran’s Support Services for veterans and their families • Clothing Vouchers • Community Resource Desk at Providence Seaside Hospital

Clatsop Community Action Regional Food Bank 2010 SE Chokeberry Ave, Warrenton 503-861-3663 ccaservices.org/ Emergency food for pantries, meal sites, shelters, and food programs.

Clatsop County Department of Public Health 820 Exchange St, Suite 100, Astoria, OR 97103 503-325-8500 co.clatsop.or.us/ or find CCDPH on Facebook Babies First Monitors baby’s growth, development & health. Advises of health & learning opportunities. Birth to 36 months. No cost, if eligible. Communicable Disease Control Investigation, screening and control of diseases that endanger the health of our community. Environmental Health Inspect and enforce standards for food service, child daycare facilities, traveler accommodations, and certain public recreation facilities. Also inspect and monitor public drinking systems. Family Planning Birth Control, emergency contraception, health exams, testing for infections & pregnancy, health education & referrals. If eligible, provided at low to no cost. HIV Services Confidential testing. Immunizations Infants, children, teens and adults. Maternity Case Management Open to women who are pregnant & enrolled or eligible for the OHP or WIC program. If eligible, provided at no cost. 38 • Clatsop County Business & Relocation Guide 2019

Sexually Transmitted Infections Confidential testing and treatment. Tobacco Prevention & Health Education Provides educational materials, technical assistance & referrals about tobacco and other health-related issues. Vital Statistics Issue Birth Certificates (within first six months) and issue Death Certificates (within first six months). Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Nutrition education & supplemental food vouchers to promote good health for pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, infants and children to age 5.

Clatsop Community Developmental Disability Program (CDDP) 65 N. Highway 101, Suite 210, Warrenton 503-325-5722 clatsopbh.org/developmental-disabilities Developmental Disability Program serves children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ie: Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Traumatic Brain Injury, etc.). The program works closely with other agencies to help with advocacy, in-home services, residential services, employment, abuse investigations, and more.

Northwest Senior and Disability Services (NWSDS) 2002 SE Chokeberry Ave, Warrenton 503-861-4200 Fax: 503-861-0934 Toll Free: 800-442-8614 nwsds.org/locations/clatsop-county/ Older American’s Act Programs for those 60 & older • Training programs for caregivers & licensing of Adult Foster Homes • Senior nutrition program (home delivered meals & meal sites) • Senior Health Insurance Benefits & Prescription Drug Assistance (SHIBA) • Oregon Project Independence (OPI) Services for seniors & people with disabilities (eligibility requirements apply) • Information & referral services / SNAP (Food stamps) / Medicaid • Assess & evaluate service needs for placement • Home Care Worker Registry for families who want to hire a caregiver Adult Protective Services 800-846-9165 • Responds to reports of abuse /neglect for seniors and disabled persons.

Oregon Department of Human Services 450 Marine Drive, Astoria http://www.oregon.gov/dhs/Pages/index.aspx Child Welfare Programs, Suite 210 503-325-9179 Toll Free: 800-643-4606 / 503-325-2894 (TTY) • Child Protective Services—respond to child abuse reports • Voluntary Family Services—abuse prevention program • Adoption services / Foster Care Self Sufficiency Programs, Suite 200 503-325-2021 Toll Free: 800-643-4606 / 503-325-2894 (TTY) • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP—formerly Food Stamps) • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families / JOBS Program (TANF) • Employment Related Day Care (ERDC) • Domestic Violence Assistance (TA-DVS)


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SOCIAL SERVICES The Harbor

Astoria First Baptist Church

801 Commercial St (lower level), PO Box 1342, Astoria. harbornw.org/ 503-325-3426 Administration: 503-325-4962 Fax: 503-3257101 Provides intervention & prevention services for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking including trauma recovery counseling & groups.

349 7th St, Astoria 503-325-1761 First Impressions: Professional clothing for employment. Must have voucher from a social service agency to visit. Second Chance: free clothing as available

SA (Sexual Assualt) Peer Center The case managers at The Harbor in our SA Peer Center are specially trained to identify the survivors needs, explain their options, connect them with appro-priate resources and answer questions regarding trauma responses. The SA Peer Center case management program ensures that sexual assault survivors have ongoing support and information based upon empowerment and trust. 24 hour Crisis Line: 503-325-5735 / 1-877-770-5735

HOUSING Northwest Oregon Housing Authority (NOHA) 147 S Main Ave, Warrenton 503-861-0119 / Fax 503-861-0220 / http://www.nwoha.org/ Geographical Area Served: Clatsop, Columbia, and Tillamook Counties • Housing Choice Voucher program (Section 8) including Family Self-Sufficiency and Home Ownership programs • Affordable housing units in Warrenton, Seaside, Tillamook, and St. Helens • Subsidized housing in Astoria (Moderate Rehabilitation) and Nehalem (Rural Development USDA)

CULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS Lower Columbia Hispanic Council 818 Commercial St, Ste 100, Astoria 503-325-4547 or Facebook lchispaniccouncil.org/ Serves the Hispanic community of the Lower Columbia are in promoting health, education, social, and economic advancement.

Goodwill 1450 SE Discovery Ln, Warrenton 503-861-9517 meetgoodwill.org/ Low-cost second hand clothing, shoes, household goods, & furniture.

PREGNANCY Birthright 800-550-4900 birthright.org/en/ Help with unplanned pregnancy.

Boys & Girls Aid Society of Oregon 9320 SW Barbur Blvd., Portland 877-932-2734 boysandgirlsaid.org/ Pregnancy options & counseling, child release services; shelters & foster homes; life skills training & adoption case mgmt.

Coast Pregnancy Clinic 279 6th St., Astoria 503-325-9111 800-669-8717 coastpregnancyclinic.org

Dept. of Public Health See page 38

La Leche League lalecheleagueoregon.webs.com/localastoria Information to women on infant nutrition & breast feeding. See website or call to verify date/time. Also on Facebook.

Open Adoption & Family Services 800-772-1115 openadopt.org/ Explores all options.

INFANTS FREE / LOW-COST CLOTHING

Babies First

Astoria Rescue Mission

See page 11

62 W Bond (PO Box 114), Astoria 503-325-6243 503-325-4537 astoriamission.com Provides clothing free of charge, emergency shelter and meal service.

Healthy Families 1154 Commercial St, Astoria 503-325-4455 nworheadstart.org/ Free home visit program for first-time parents on child development & parenting. For children 0-3 years of age, must enter program before child is 3 months old.

Childrens Clothing Bank Warrenton First Baptist Church 30 NE 1st St, Warrenton 503-338-6073 or 503-861-2432 Free clothing age 0-12 yrs. Open 1st & last weekend of month, Fri 3-6pm/Sat 10am-1pm.

MENTORING CADY Mentoring 503-325-8601 co.clatsop.or.us/page/234?deptid=11 Mentoring program for at risk youth.

Coast Rehabilitation Services Thrift Store

Lunch Buddy Mentoring Program

(CRS Thrift Store) 207 7th St, Astoria 503-325-1011 Clothing, small appliances, & furniture. First Impressions/Second Chance

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SOCIAL SERVICES PARENTING Clatsop County Prevention Services 800 Exchange #200, Astoria 503-325-8601 co.clatsop.or.us/page/16?deptid=11 Youth skill building programs.

Hope House Lutheran Community Services NW 3107 Grand, Astoria 503-325-6754 lcsnw.org Groups for dealing with death/dying & Child in the Middle court-mandated class for children of divorcing parents.

Our Lady of Victory Sunday Supper 120 Oceanway St, Seaside 503-738-6161 x110 Sunday Supper every Sunday at 4pm, including holidays.

Warrenton Food Pantry Warrenton Community Center 160 S. Main St, Warrenton, Senior meals and hot lunches, Mon & Thurs. 11-1pm 503-861-1341

FOOD PANTRIES Cannon Beach Food Pantry 368 Beaver St 503-440-8592 Weds, 3-5pm.

Northwest Parenting 503-325-8673 x2 nworparenting.org/clatsop.html Email: northwestparenting@gmail.com or on Facebook. Evidence-based par-enting program opportunities.

North Coast Food Web 77 18th Street, Astoria 503-468-0921 northcoastfoodweb.org Food web offers a variety of opportunities for children and adults to learn to cook, learn to shop on a budget, and attend their farmers market. Fees may apply, scholarships available, Market takes SNAP.

MEAL SITES Astoria Rescue Mission 62 W Bond St, Astoria 503-325-6243 astoriarescuemission.com Serves lunch and dinner served daily. Must stay overnight to receive breakfast. (Check for meal times)

Hilltop Church Youth Program Meals Church of the Nazarene 725 Niagara, Astoria 503-325-4477 Weds, 6 p.m. -7:30 p.m.

Grace Episcopal Church Community Dinner 1545 Franklin, Astoria 503-325-4691 Served the 2nd & 4th Sunday of the month at 4pm.

South County Food Pantry 2041 N Roosevelt, Seaside 503-738-9800 For south county residents. Open Tue, Thu, Fri, 2-4pm.

Calvary Assembly of God Church 1365 SW Main St, Warrenton 503-861-1712 Monthly emergency food boxes for Warrenton, Hammond, & Sunset Beach residents. Tues, 2-3pm.

SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAMS (Must sign up to participate)

CCA Regional Food Bank See page 38

Food for Kids

Clatsop Emergency Food Pantry

Seaside & Gearhart 320 1st Ave, Seaside 503-738-6791 Friday 2:30-3:30pm

First Presbyterian Church 1103 Grand, Astoria 503-325-1702 Monthly emergency food boxes to Astoria residents. Mon-Fri from 3-4pm.

Grace Food Pantry Grace Episcopal Church 1545 Franklin St, Astoria 503-325-4691 Monthly emergency food boxes. Tues, Wed, & Thurs from 9-11:30am.

Knappa Food Pantry 42889 Old Hwy 30, Knappa 503-458-6492 Monthly emergency food boxes for the areas between Claremont Rd & Bradley Point. Tues & Thurs 2-3pm.

Food for Kids St Vincent de Paul 1465 Grand Ave, Astoria 503-325-2007 Fri, 1-3pm

Warrenton/Hammond Healthy Kids Warrenton Grade School 820 SW Cedar, Warrenton 503-861-3376 Fridays, after school

Manna House Food Pantry Lighthouse Christian Church 88786 Dellmoor Loop Rd, Warrenton 503-738-5182 (call Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm) 3rd Sat of the month, Firewood assistance available

St Vincent de Paul Food Pantry 3575 Hwy 101 N, Gearhart 503-717-0444 (message phone) M, W, F, 1-3pm & last Sat, 11am-1pm. 1465 Grand Ave, Astoria 503-325-2007 (message phone) Tues, 1-3pm & Fri& Sat, 10am-noon.

Wildlife Rehab Center of the North Coast Needs volunteers to help rehabilitate orphaned and injured wildlife. For information, call 503-338-0331 or go to coastwildlife.org

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HEALTHCARE Columbia Memorial Hospital (CMH )

Coastal Family Health Center

Main Campus

2158 Exchange St Suite 304, Astoria 503-325-8315 www.yvfwc.com/locations/coastal-family-health-center • Family primary care provider • Adolescent healthcare and Well Child Checks • Chronic disease management & comprehensive healthcare • Discount pharmacy & laboratory services • Immunizations & physicals • Men’s & women’s healthcare • Insurance assistor & sliding scale medical services • Referrals for dental, mental health, substance abuse & specialized care

columbiamemorial.org 2111 Exchange St. Astoria• 503-325-4321 Inpatient suites, an emergency department that is staffed by emergency medicine physicians from OHSU, a family birthing center, surgical program, full-service lab, advanced radiology services, insurance assistors, and more.

CMH Health & Wellness Pavilion 2265 Exchange St., Astoria • 503-325-4321 • Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine • Foot & Ankle Clinic • Imaging Services • Laboratory • Patient Financial Services • Pediatric Clinic • Rehabilitation Services • Urgent Care • Urology Clinic • Women’s Center

CMH Park Medical Building, East 2158 Exchange St. • Astoria • Astoria Primary Care • Diabetes Education • Endocrinology Clinic • Imaging Services • Infusion Center • Laboratory • Lower Columbia Hospice • Medical Nutrition Therapy

CMH Park Medical Building, West 2120 Exchange St. • Astoria • CMH Outpatient Pharmacy

CMH-OHSU Knight Cancer Collaborative 1905 Exchange St., Astoria 503-338-4085 Located adjacent to the hospital, facility expands existing medical oncology and chemotherapy treatment services, and bring needed radiation oncology and radiation therapy to the North Oregon Coast.

CMH Warrenton Primary Care and Urgent Care

Providence Medical Group Providence Seaside Hospital oregon.providence.org/ 725 S. Wahanna Road, Seaside 503-717-7060

Providence Seaside Hospital Partner for Seniors 503-717-7174

Providence Seaside Hospital Extended Care Unit 725 S. Wahanna Road, Seaside 503-717-7120

Providence Medical Group - North Coast Clinics • Cannon Beach — 171 N. Larch Suite 16, 503-717-7400 • Seaside — 727 S. Wahanna Rd, 503-717-7060 • Walk-In Clinic — Open 7am-7pm daily in Seaside • Warrenton — 171 S. highway 101, 503-861-6500

Providence Cancer Care Oncology & Hematology Care Clinic 727 S. Wahanna Rd Suite 100, Seaside 503-717-7650

Providence ElderPlace North Coast 1150 N Roosevelt Dr. Suite 104, Seaside 503-717-7850

Providence Heart Clinics—North Coast

1639 SE Ensign Lane, Suite B103, Warrenton, OR 503-338-4500 After hours for urgent needs: 503-298-4963 extended hours, x-ray and lab services.

503-717-7850 • 1355 Exchange St, Astoria • 727 S. Wahanna Rd Suite 230, Seaside

UrgentCare NW - Astoria

503-717-7788

2120 Exchange St Suite 111, Astoria (503) 325-0333 www.urgentcarenwastoria.com Express Healthcare for Busy Lifestyles. For all of your healthcare needs, not just emergencies. • Accepting Most Insurance • 20% Cash Discount • Accepts Oregon Health Plan and Medicare

Providence Rehabilitation Services-Gearhart

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Providence Home Health Services

3621 Highway 101 N., Gearhart 503-717-7789

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AMBULANCE Medix Ambulance 2325 SE Dolphin Ave, Warrenton (503) 861-5554 http://medix.org Nationally recognized. Locally owned. Medix Ambulance provides advanced life support 9-1-1 ambulance response for all of Clatsop County.

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Family Health Center (N Beach Clinic) 21610 Pacific Hwy, Ocean Park, WA 360-665-3000 cowlitzfamilyhealth.org/ Sliding-scale dental & medical.

Geriatric Dental Group 6319 SE Powell Blvd, Portland 503-772-3677 Reduced dental rates for adults 55+.

Dental Van 503-717-7600 No cost basic services, fillings & extractions. Call for appointment.

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CHURCHES ASTORIA & WARRENTON Astoria Christian Church 1151 Harrison 503-325-2591 Astoria Church of Christ 692 12th St. 503-325-7398 Astoria First United Methodist Church 1076 Franklin 503-325-5454 Bahai Faith 91997 Highway 202 503-338-8469 Bay View Baptist Church 490 Olney Ave 503-325-7003 Bethany Free Lutheran Church 451 34th St 503-325-2925 Calvary Assembly of God 1365 S. Main Ave. Warrenton 503-861-1712 Christian Church of Warrenton 1376 SE Anchor Ave. 503-861-1714 Christian Science Church 632 11th St 503-325-5661 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 350 Niagara Ave. 503-325-8256 Coastline Christian Fellowship 89386 Hwy. 202 503-325-1051

Crossroads Community Church a Friends Fellowship 40618 Old Highway 30 503-458-6846 Finnish Evangelical Free Church 810 Erie Ave 503-325-7558 First Assembly of God 1775 7th St. 503-325-7331 First Presbyterian Church 1103 Grand Ave. 503-325-1702 First Baptist Church 349 7th Ave. 503-325-1761 First Baptist Church 30 NE 1st St., Warrenton 503-861-2432 First Church of Christ Scientist 632 11th St. 503-325-5719 First Lutheran Church 725 33rd St. 503-325-6252 Grace Community Baptist Church 1195 Irving 503-325-2263 Grace Episcopal Church 1545 Franklin 503-325-4691 Hilltop Church of the Nazarene 725 Niagra 503-325-4477

Lighthouse Christian Church 88786 Dellmoor Loop 503-738-5182 New Life Church 490 Olney Ave. 503-325-7003 Peace Lutheran Church 565 12th St. 503-325-3871 Olney Community Church 87869 Highway 202 Astoria 503-325-3394 Philadelphia Church 796 Pacific Dr Hammond 503-861-3333 Pioneer Presbyterian Church 33324 Patriot Way Warrenton 503-791-9957 Saint Mary Catholic Church 1411 Grand Ave 503-325-7476

SEASIDE North Coast Family Fellowship 2245 N. Wahanna Rd. 503-738-7453

Seaside Seventh Day Adventist Church 1450 N Roosevelt Dr 503-738-8071 Seaside United Methodist Church 241 N. Holladay 503-738-7562 Calvary Episcopal Parish 503 N. Holladay 503-738-5773 Seventh Day Adventist Church 300 Nehalem Ave. 503-719-3346 Nehalem Valley Community Church 80803 Highway 103 503-755-2376

CANNON BEACH Cannon Beach Bible Church 264 Hills Ln 503-741-9380 Cannon Beach Community Church 132 E. Washington St. 503-436-1222

Our Lady of Victory Church 120 Oceanway 503-738-6161

Lake Bible Church 289 N Spruce St 503-699-9840

Our Savior’s Lutheran Church 320 1st Ave. 503-738-6791

Spiritual Communities in Partnership 503-738-0200

River of Life Fellowship 1000 Ave. F 503-738-5534

Kingdom Hall of Jehovah Witnesses 1760 7th St. 503-325-7153

Seaside Calvary Church 240 S. Roosevelt St. 503-738-9218

Lewis & Clark Bible Church 35082 Seppa Lane 503-325-7011

Christian Church of Seaside 580 Avenue U 503- 861-1714

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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 1403 S Wahanna Rd 503-738-7543

KNAPPA Christian Church Of Knappa 42417 Valley Creek Ln 503-458-6494

WESTPORT Westport Community Church 49246 Highway 30 503-455-2576


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SENIORS Social Security Administration 115 W Bond St, Astoria 800-772-1213 TTY 800-325-0778 ssa.gov/

Caring for the Coast 1008 Commercial St., Astoria 503-325-4503 caringforthecoast.com/ Medication administration & nursing, personal care, & homemaker services.

Clatsop Care Center 646 16th, Astoria 503-325-0313 clatsopcare.org/clatsop-care-center.php

Astoria Senior Center 1111 Exchange, Astoria 503-325-3231

ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES

SOCIAL SECURITY See page 16

See CDDP p12, NWSDS, p13

ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES Astor House 999 Klaskanine, Astoria 503-325-6970 Clatsop Retirement Village 947 Olney Ave, Astoria 503-325-4676 clatsopcare.org/

Neawanna by the Sea 20 N Wahanna, Seaside 503-738-5526

HOUSING See page 6 & 7

LEGAL National Organization of Social Security Claimant’s Representatives See page 23

SENIOR CENTERS Astoria Senior Center

Necanicum Village Senior Living

See page 19

2500 S Roosevelt, Seaside 503-735-0900 necanicumvillage.com/

Bob Chisolm Community and Senior Center See page 19

Bob Chisolm Community and Senior Center See page 19

Suzanne Elise 101 Forest Dr, Seaside 503-738-0307 suzanneelise.com/

See CDDP p12, NOHA & NWSDS p13

See page 20 & 28 (Senior meal site)

TRANSPORTATION Dial-a-Ride

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

ADULT FOSTER HOMES

Warrenton Community Center

503-861-0657

NWSDS See page 13

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VETERANS Oregon Dept. of Veteran’s Affairs Federal Building 100 SW Main, 2nd Floor, Portland 800-828-8801 oregon.gov/odva/Pages/index.aspx Resources for veterans, their spouses, & families.

ADVOCACY / COUNSELING Clatsop Community Action 364 9th, Astoria 503-325-1400 Housing support for homeless & at-risk veterans & their families.

Veterans’ Crisis Line, 24x7

LEGAL

800-273-8255, press 1 Suicide prevention & mental health

Disabled American Veterans 100 SW Main St, Floor 2, Portland 503-412-4750 dav.org Help vets with legal concerns about disability.

EMPLOYMENT Veteran’s Employment Rep. 450 Marine Dr, #110, Astoria 503-325-4821 x227 / 800-643-5709 503-325-2894 (TTY) oregon.gov/EMPLOY/jobseekers/Pages/Veterans.aspx Reducing veterans’ barriers to employment.

Veteran’s Benefits Administration 100 SW Main St, Floor 2, Portland 800-827-1000 benefits.va.gov/benefits/ Provides information veterans, their de-pendents, and survivors.

FAMILY SUPPORT

TRANSPORTATION

Clatsop County Veteran’s Service Officer

Joint Services Support

North Coast DAV Veterans Medical

503-791-9983 Email: clatsopvso@gmail.com Assist with veteran’s benefit programs. M-F, 9am-4pm by appointment only

503-357-4216 jointservicessupport.org/Default.aspx Assistance with family deployment and reintegration concerns.

Transport 503-721-7804 Free transportation to Portland Dept. of Veterans Affairs or Camp Rilea Community Medical Clinic. Must schedule in advance.

Military Helpline

HEALTH

HAVE YOU SERVED IN THE MILITARY?

888-457-4838 www.MilitaryHelpline.org For all military service members, veterans, and their families.

North Coast Primary Care VA Clinic

Homeless or “at-risk” Veterans

Camp Rilea Building 7315 91400 Rilea, Neacoxie Rd, Warrenton 503-861-9516

We Have Resources for You! Clatsop Community Action (503) 325-1400

VA National Call Center for Homeless Veterans

VA Portland Health Care System

877-424-3838, Available 24/7 Connects vets with local services.

3710 SW US Veterans Hospital Rd, Portland 503-220-8262

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BOATING Carnahan Lake Graveled boat ramp to Cullaby Lake. Day-use fee $5 per vehicle during summer season.

Cullaby Lake Off U.S. Highway 101 between Warrenton and Gearhart. Access to lake (boat launch and docks). Day-use fee $5 per vehicle.

John Day County Park On U.S. Highway 30 just east of Astoria. Public boat launch to Columbia River, flush restrooms and landscaped entryway courtesy of Tongue Point Job Corps Center. Day-use fee $5 per vehicle.

Westport

West Basin Marina 10 Pier One Suite 102, Astoria Marina Office & Fuel Dock: 503-325-8279 On-duty Cell: 503-791-7730 marina@portofastoria.com

PORT OF ASTORIA

Located just west of the Astoria-Megler Bridge at mile 14 on the Columbia River, the Port of Astoria’s West Basin Marina is well-suited to recreational boat moorage, but is also home to fishing boats, guide boats and other commercial vessels.

East Basin Marina Marina Office: 503 325 8279 On-duty Cell: 503 791 7730 Intersection of 36th Street and Leif Erickson in Astoria.

One-half mile north of Westport. Boat launch to Columbia River. Chemical toilet.

Boatyard

Smith Lake

Located at river mile 13 at the mouth of the Columbia River, the Port of Astoria's haul-out facility and ample boatyard are ideally situated for boaters from the Columbia River basin.

Unimproved launch on Smith Lake Road for canoes, small boats. No county maintenance.

Lewis and Clark River On Lewis and Clark Road near Logan Road, south of Astoria. Unimproved launch. No county maintenance.

The facility includes an 88-ton TraveLift®, offering excellent lift efficiency and providing greater versatility when placing the vessel ashore for storage or repairs. A wash down system makes it easier to remove algae and barnacles from a boat bottom, and dispose of this material properly. Haul-Out Reservations are required, and may be made by calling the Marine Service Supervisor 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 503-791-7731.

Hammond Marina www.ci.warrenton.or.us/marinas • 503-861-3822

Boat owners may contract for repair work with an on-site marine repair business, or lease boatyard space for do-it-yourself work. Amenities at the Haul-out/Boatyard include:

Skipanon Marina www.ci.warrenton.or.us/marinas • 503-861-3822

Westport Marina Kerry West Marina • 10474 Hwy. 30 • (503) 728-3266

• 88-ton TraveLift® Services • Long-Term Boat & Trailer Parking • In-Water & Upland Vessel Storage

• Barge Ramp • Marine Repair Businesses

ShipReport.net Journalist Joanne Rideout created the Ship Report in 2003, a guide to the ships, traffic and maritime lore on the Lower Columbia. Find it online at shipreport.net, download the app, or listen weekdays at 8:49 am on Coast Community Radio for ship and cargo identification, weather information and more.

CLATSOP COUNTY FUN FACT

Cruise Ships During spring and fall Astoria is a popular port of call for Cruise Ships. Cruise visitors are obvious by their identifying badge. Clatsop Cruise Hosts are always looking for volunteers to meet and greet cruise ship passengers and crew, provide information and answer questions about the Clatsop County area. Ships arrive in the spring and fall, about 20 ships each year. For information, go to clatsopcruisehosts.org

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION Clatsop Comunity College

Tongue Point Job Corps Center

Astoria Head Start

1651 Lexington Ave, Astoria 503-325-0910 / 855-252-8767 clatsopcc.edu/

37573 Old Hwy 30, Astoria • 503-325-2131 tonguepoint.jobcorps.gov No-cost education & career technical training program for ages 16—24

785 Alameda Ave 503-325-5421

Developmental Education 503-338-2368 Adult Basic Education, English as a Second Language & GED preparation.

Lives in Transition 503-338-2377 Gain self-sufficiency, explore career options, & personal action plans.

South County Campus (CCC) 1455 Roosevelt Drive, Seaside 503-338-2402

TRIO Plus Program (CCC) 503-338-2346 Support & advising for first-generation college students, low-income, or disabled.

Upward Bound Program/TalentSearch (CCC) 503-338-2370 clatsopcc.edu

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Warrenton-Astoria Head Start 1225 2nd Ave 503-738-0873

Seaside Head Start 200 SW 3rd St 503-861-9681

OR Office of Student Access and Completion

Peace Lutheran Day Care Center

800-452-8807/ 541--687-7400 oregonstudentaid.gov/scholarships.aspx Student financial aid & scholarships.

565 12th St, Astoria 503-325-4041 Day care for children up to 12 years old. Preschool is ORO certified and uses Creative Curriculum: some spiritual guidance. Accepts DHS payment.

MIGRANT FAMILIES National Migrant Parent Hotline

Preschool Promise

800-234-8848 / 503-385-4678 wesd.org/omesc/irhotline Help for migrant families with transfer of school records/enrollment.

785 Alameda Ave Astoria 503-325-6431 Working in collaboration with the Astoria Head Start. Preschool for students aged 3-5, must be potty-trained, free tuition for qualifying parents, Astoria only.

PRESCHOOL Grace Episcopal Preschool

Sunset Empire Park and Rec

1545 Franklin Ave, Astoria 503-325-4691 GraceAstoria.org/preschool Montessori based program with spiritual guidance. Must be potty-trained, scholarships available.

See page 14

CHILDCARE Find Childcare Oregon www.211info.org/search-resources

Head Start Volunteer Literacy Program (CCC) 503-338-2557 Gain or improve basic literacy skills.

Head Start is preschool for ages 3-5 from families at or below federal poverty guidelines. Children do not need to be potty-trained. nworheadstart.org/

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TRANSPORTATION Sunset Empire Transportation “The Bus”

CAB COMPANIES

Provides bus service in Clatsop County on various fixed routes. 900 Marine Drive, Astoria 503-861-7433 TTD 800-735-2900 ridethebus.org

Royal Cab

Aalpha Shuttle & Taxi Seaside

503-325-5818

503-440-7777

Mom’s Cab

Downtown Coffee Shop Taxi

503-325-8210

503-791-6728

RideAssist Provides public transportation to persons with disabilities who are unable to use regular fixed route buses. Must be scheduled at least 1 day in advance. Call for more information. 503-861-7433

RidePal Seniors and people with disabilities are partnered with community volunteers to learn how to ride the bus safely and independently. 503-861-5361

Northwest Rides NW Ride Center provides transportation or gas reimbursement for eligible health plans & Medicaid clients traveling to covered medical services: need to call at least 2 days in advance if possible. 503-861-0657 / Toll-free 888-793-0439

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Astoria Regional Airport Operated by the Port of Astoria. No commercial service. Hangars available. portofastoria.com/ airport_information.html 1110 SE Flightline Drive, Warrenton 503-861-1222


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Serving the community for nearly 27 years!

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EMERALD HEIGHTS

APARTMENTS

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Clatsop Distributing Co. is a family owned business purchased by Alva, Larry and Jerry Perkins. We are moving into third generation owners of the business that Larry Perkins took over from his brother and father. Kim and Ron Williams are the succession owners running the business in Clatsop and Tillamook counties. We also deliver to Pacific & Wahakikum counties in Washington. We are a distibutor of Anheuser-Busch beers, Buoy Beer, Astoria Brewing, Public Coast Brewing, Pelican Brewing, Alaskan Brewing, Hop Valley, Ninkasi, 10 Barrel and Widmer Brewing. We also distribute a wide selction of wines including E & J Gallo Wines, Chateau St. Michelle wines and many wines from local Oregon and Washington wineries. The business has grown from a small distributorship in the 1970s to a thriving business today. Clatsop Distributing Co. employs 40 employees. The business is involved in many charitable organizations including United Way, Food Bank (Stuff the Truck), Astoria Regatta and many other local organizations. Clatsop Distributing Co. has been a sponsor for local youth sports teams and organizations including: Astoria Youth Athletics, Astoria Youth Football, LCYSA Soccer and many youth baseball teams, Knappa sports, Warrenton kids, Seaside kids, Seaside Rotary, Clatsop Community College and Clatsop County Fair.

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SEAFOOD WHOLESALER

PET CARE

36 years

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Crab Shrimp Chinook & Coho Salmon Sturgeon Tuna

Clatsop County Business Directory

Come meet your next best friend and family member at the Clatsop County Animal Shelter!

SPECIALTY SHOPPING

FISHHAWK FISHERIES “Providing fresh, frozen and canned seafood to the non-fishing public for over 36 years”

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ASTORIA, OREGON • KENAI, ALASKA

100 4th Street • P.O. Box 715 Astoria (503)325-5252

503-861-7387 • 503-861-0737 • www.dogsncats.org Open 12-4 pm, Tues-Sat • 1315 SE 19th St., Warrenton

SPECIALTY SHOPPING

PHOTOGRAPHY

Patricia Fagerland began her business in July of 2013. She named it - after a Forsythea childhood memory forged by many years “playing in the garden” with her favorite neighbor, Erik.  The Gallery/Gift shop celebrates nature-inspired artisan home & garden décor as well as a great selection of traditional toys and years puppets.

We help you stay connected to the people and pets you love the most through a photographic ex experience.

360.957.6833

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RECYCLING

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Recology Western Oregon Garbage and Recycling Collection 503-861-0578 www.recology.com rwoinfo@recology.com

– a Forsythe

503.325.2189 h o m e & g a r d e n A R T S 1124 commercial street, astoria www.forsythea.com

SPECIALTY SHOPPING

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In October 1983, brothers Steve and Jim Haugen opened Universal Video with 400 square feet and 175 movies. In 1984 years they began moving more video’s into the adjoining business, formerly known as George Bee’s discount Books, then slowly but surely their business grew into what they have today. The Universal showroom is an enormous 3000 square feet, housing 25,000+ titles, with an extensive special DVD section. You can find videos dating back to 1915, the Birth of a Nation, in black and white to new releases. You know immediately when you walk into this video store why it is so successful... Steve and Jim always have a smile on their face, a warm hello and ask, may I help you?

47 N. Holladay Drive Seaside, OR

503-738-8877

HEALTH CARE

JEWELER

PSYCHOTHERAPY & PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT

Loop-Jacobsen Jewelers, Inc. A family owned and operated jewelry store since 1919

The Van Winkles sell and repair jewelry and clocks. They carry Black Hills gold, pearls, sterling years silver and Frank & Judy Van Winkle 14kt. gold jewelry. House calls are available for Grand father clocks. They do custom engraving on metals and plastic for trophies, engrave name tags and inside ring engraving. Frank designs pendants, rings, bracelets and earrings for the store. Judy restrings and knots those broken strands of pearls or beads.

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1360 Commercial St., Astoria, Or 503-325-6181

SPECIALTY SHOPPING

35

years

WWW.DRHEATHERBEE.COM

503.550.7873

ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS

INFODRHEATHERBEE.COM 818 COMMERCIAL STREET, STE 406 ASTORIA, OR 97103

HEALTH CARE

SEASIDE WELLNESS CENTER Julia Weinberg LPC Mental Health Therapy Children, Adolescents, and Adults 503.717.5284 seasidewellnesscenter.net id ll t

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GRAPHICS AND DESIGN

REAL ESTATE

DANCE STUDIO

Astoria Real Estate For all your real estate needs www.astoriarealestate.net Peter and Janet Weidman Owner-Brokers

336 Industry Street Astoria, OR 97103

503-325-3304 REAL ESTATE

PAM ACKLEY, Broker 25 years Top Producer ASP. CRS, GRI, SFR Windermere Realty Trust Direct (503) 738-4840 Cell (503)717-3796 www.pamackley.com

Referrals are a huge part of my business and I sincerely appreciate yours! HOME IMPROVEMENT

VISUAL ARTS

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The Astoria Art Loft was founded in 2014 by artists Jo Pomeroy (Crockett) and years Jeannette Gran Davis. The Art Loft features an art gallery, 10 artists’ studios, on-going classes in watercolor and multi-media, acrylic, drawing, etc., and 2- to 5- day workshops by nationally acclaimed artists

HAUER’S LAWN CARE & EQUIPMENT 503-325-8788 Owner, Ed Hauer, Jr. • 295 West Marine Dr., Astoria

Hauer’s Lawn Care & Equipment “Reasons for All Seasons.”

HOME IMPROVEMENT

CONSTRUCTION

T. DARIOUS XAVIER 503.739.1477 t.dariousxavier1969@gmail.com BONDED & INSURED

Renae Lalyn Nelson Owner

Cell: 503.717.2231 renae@luckyductllc.com

years

Dance Studio

Maddox Dance Studio takes a great pride in teaching the families of the North Coast, the art of DANCE ! Our Early Childhood Classes introduces children from age 2 1/2 to specialized developmental syllabus in creative movement, combination tap/ballet, & acrobatics for boys & girls. Our Elementary Age and Teens, benefit from Ballet, Tap, Musical Theatre, Hip-Hop, Jazz, Modern & Acro-Dance, taught by our professional faculty members, who instill lifelong self-confidence & self-expression, stressing the traditional technique, with the latest styles. Our adult classes encompass body conditioning, jazz, tap & ballet. Yearly dance recitals, community shows, the Young Choreographers Showcase, The Tap Dance Festival, & the full-length FALL CLASSES BEGIN NUTCRACKER, staged by our Little SEPTEMBER 3RD Ballet Theatre Company (501 c 3). REGISTER NOW • Life Member of Dance Educators of MADDOX DANCE STUDIO America & Dance Masters of America 389 S. Main Street, Warrenton • Certified by theAmerican Academy 503-861-1971 of Ballet • Member of the Astoria-Warrenton www.maddoxdancers.com Chamber of Commerce. email: maddoxdancers@opusnet.

RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS

73

years Serving Clatsop County for the last 73 years as a family business! With local business roots dating back to 1946, Ed Hauer, Jr. opened Hauer’s Lawn Care & Equipment in 1989 and has been joined by his son, Dan. Together as Master Mechanics, Ed and Dan form an authorized service dealer for Briggs & Stratton, Kawasaki, Kohler and Honda engines. They pride themselves on quality repairs and excellent customer service. Hauer’s carries and services Toro, Troy-Bilt, Echo, Shindaiwa & DR power equipment. Stop in for all your lawn care equipment needs. The Hauer’s are here to help!

Proudly serving the North Coast from Tillamook to the Washington Peninsula

106 3RD Street, Astoria, OR 503-325-4442 astoriaartloft@gmail.com astoriaartloft.com

69 MADDOX

P.O. Box 979 Seaside, OR 97138 www.luckyductllc.com CCB# 206236

CONSTRUCTION

Hazen & Johnson Inc. General Contracting

GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH You are welcome here. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, we welcome you with open hearts. Jesus tells us that our highest priorities should be to love God and to love our neighbor. Everything we believe flows from that love. Grace Episcopal Church Our doors have been open since 1864 1545 Franklin Avenue, Astoria Sunday service at 10:00 am RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS

New Homes • Additions • Remodel

Water & Storm Damage Restoration Wa W 2 Hour Emergency Service Available 24 Full Service Contractor 40 Years Local Experience References Available

WES JOHNSON W P.O. Box 2667 • Gearhart, OR 97138 P 5 503.738.9509 • Cell: 503.440.0043 H Hazen.Johnson@gmail.com

CONSTRUCTION LLC PO BOX 974 SEASIDE OR, 97138 CCB#200476 WA#TDXCOCL855KA

SPECIALIZING IN RESTORATION & REMODELING

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New Construction Kitchens & Bath Tile & Stone Decks & Fences

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RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS

Bethany Free Lutheran Church Sunday Worship Services 11:00 a.m. EVERYBODY IS WELCOME

451 34th Street • Astoria, OR 503-325-2925

COASTLINE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 89386 Oregon 202 Astoria, OR (CCF) 940 S. Roosevelt Dr Seaside, OR (Seaside Calvary) 503-325-1051 coastlinefellowship.org

JOIN US Sun. Morning 10am • CCF Sun. Evening 6pm • Seaside Calvary Wed. Night 7pm • Seaside Calvary Thurs. Night 7pm • CCF


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CLATSOP COUNTY

HOTLINES Addiction Hotlines

Alcoholics Anonymous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .503-861-5526 Al-Anon/Alateen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .888-425-2666 Alcohol & Drug Treatment Referral . . . . . . . . . . . .800-454-8966 Drug & Alcohol Treatment & Referral . . . . . . . . . . .800-662-4357 Gambling Helpline (text or call) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-522-4700 Marijuana Anonymous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-766-6779 Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) . . . . . . . .877-632-4357 Tobacco Quit Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .877-270-7867

Children

Child Development & Rehab Center . . . . . . . . . . . .877-346-0640 Child Find . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-426-5678 Missing & Exploited Children . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-843-5678 Child Welfare Program / Abuse Hotline . . . . . . . . .877-302-0077 Girls & Boys Town . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-448-3000 National Center for Missing Youth . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-566-5688

Domestic Violence Hotlines

Domestic Violence Hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-799-7233 SafeNet (Domestic Violence) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .814-454-8161 The Harbor (Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Hotline) 503-325-5735

Health Hotlines

AIDS Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-448-0440 Oregon AIDS/STD Hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-777-2437 American Cancer Society . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-227-2345 Commission for the Blind . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .888-202-5463 Cover Oregon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .855-268-3767 National Health Information Center . . . . . . . . . . . .800-336-4797 Poison Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-222-1222 Shriners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .503-241-5090 Vision USA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800-766-4466 Eye Care America (no glasses) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-222-3937

Homeless & Runaway Hotlines

David Romprey Warmline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-698-2392 National Runaway Switchboard/ Safeline . . . . . . .800-786-2929

CLATSOP COUNTY

QUICK NUMBERS Clatsop Behavioral Health .........................................503-325-5722 24 Hour Crisis Line.........................................................503-325-5724 Clatsop Community Action......................................503-325-1400 CCA Regional Food Bank ..........................................503-861-3663 Clatsop County Dept of Public Health..............503-325-8500 Clatsop County Veteran’s Services ......................503-791-9983 Coastal Family Health Center...................................503-325-8315 Community Action Team..........................................503-325-8098 Department of Motor Vehicles (Astoria) ...........503-325-3951 Department of Veteran's Affairs............................800-828-8801 Military Helplin.................................................................888-457-4838 NW Oregon Housing Authority (NOHA) ............503-861-0119 Northwest Senior & Disability Services .............503-861-4200 Oregon DHS—Child Welfare.....................................503-325-9179 Oregon DHS—Self-Sufficiency Program ...........503-325-2021 Oregon DHS—Vocational Rehab ...........................503-325-7335 Oregon Employment Department........................503-325-4821 Social Security Administration..................................800-772-1213 Sunset Empire Transportation “The Bus”….......503-861-7433 The Harbor—Domestic & sexual assault support........503-325-3426

The changes we make today shape the possibilities of tomorrow.

Legal

Legal Aid Services of OR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .877-296-4076 Tenant Hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .503-648-7723 Modest Means Program (Lawyer Referral Service) . . .800-452-7636 National Criminal Justice Reference . . . . . . . . . . . .800-851-3420 Victims of Sex Offenders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-551-2934 Youth Problem Solvers (Lawyer Referral) . . . . . . . . .800-452-7636

LGBTQ

Gay Men's Health Crisis Hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-243-7692 LGBTQ National Hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .888-843-4564 Trans Lifeline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .877-565-8860 Trevor Lifeline (Suicide Crisis) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .866-488-7386 SAGE Elder Hotline (seniors) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .888-234-7243

Mental Health/Suicide Hotlines

Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare (Crisis Line) . . . . .503-325-5724 Hospice Care/ Grief Support Group: . . . . . . . . . . . .503-338-6230 National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) . . . .800-950-6264 National Hopeline Network (Suicide Prevention)800-442-4673 Suicide & Crisis Hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-273-8255

Pregnancy Crisis Hotlines

Birthright . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-550-4900 Coast Pregnancy Clinic . . . . . . . . .800-669-8717 or 503-325-9111 Open Adoption & Family Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-772-1115 Planned Parenthood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .888-576-7526

Sometimes, one small change can create an echo that impacts the entire community. Because U.S. Bank believes the changes we make today will inspire even greater change tomorrow. Visit your local branch today or find us online at usbank.com.

Veterans Services

Veterans Benefits and Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-827-1000 Veterans Financial Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-828-8801 Veterans Crisis Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-273-8255 52 • Clatsop County Business & Relocation Guide 2019

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Seasidee 503-738-8433 503-738-8433  N Roosevelt Dr Dr.. Seaside, Seasidde, OR 97138

Manzanita 503-368-5 503-368-5124 5124 507 Laneda AAve., ve., Suit Suite te 4 97130 Manzanita, OR 9713 30

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J.P. PLUMBING CO. INC. 155 11th Street Astoria, Oregon 97103 (503) 325-2830 FAX (503) 325-7726

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Mike and Linda Brim Owners

Josh, Jonathan, Raena, Acacia Feed - Pet - Fencing - Tack

Jason, Miles, Josh Garden & Nursery

We appreciate your friendship & business over the past 33 years & look forward to serving our community well into the future!

33 years

OPEN: 9AM–5:30PM MO ON N–S – A AT T www.brimsfarmngarden.com www .brimsfarmngardenn.com • PPurina urina Feed Feed • FFencing, encing, Panels Panels and Gates Gates • Quality Quality Nursery Nursery Stock Stock & Soils Soils • Pet Pet and Livestock Livestock Feed Feed & Treats Treats • Tack, Tack a , Vet Vet and Grooming Grooming Supplies

34963 Hwy 101 Bus. Astoria Asttoria 503-325-1562 503-325-1562 (1mi.. south of old Youngs Bay Bridge)

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CLATSOP COUNTY

PETS All Clatsop County residents are required by law to license their dogs annually. An aluminum license tag attached to your dog’s collar can help identify your pet to be returned home safely. A license is required even when the dog is always indoors or on a farm. When the dog is not on the owner’s premises, it is required to wear a license tag. Residents of Seaside and Gearhart are required to license their dogs through their local police departments. There is no licensing required for cats or other types of domestic animals.

Clatsop Animal Assistance

LICENSING YOUR DOG All dogs must be licensed at: • 6 months of age, or • When they have permanent canine teeth, or • Within 30 days of acquisition, or • Within 60 days after new residents move into Clatsop County. • A license is required even when the dog is always indoors or on a farm. What documents will I need? • A current rabies inoculation certificate. • For altered dogs, the spay or neuter certificate or a written statement from your veterinarian. Where can I get a license? Licenses can be purchased or renewed in person or through the mail at the Animal Shelter by using the form online at www.co.clatsop.or.us/animalcontrol/page/ dog-license-application Licenses are also available at these vendors: • Bayshore Animal Hospital • Safe Harbor Animal Hospital • Seaside Pet Clinic • Granny Patti • Cannon Beach City Hall • Clatsop County Assessment and Taxation Department • Clatsop County Clerk's Office

Needs volunteers who have a strong commitment to work on behalf of the Clatsop County Animal Shelter’s dogs and cats. For information, email info@dogsncats.org or call 503-861-0737. dogsncats.org

Clatsop County Animal Shelter Animal care volunteers age 16 and older needed for one 3-hour shift per week. Pick up an application at 1315 S.E. 19th St., Warrenton. For information, or to schedule orientation, call 503-325-1000.

Angels for Sara Senior Dog Sanctuary Needs volunteers to help care for elderly dogs who are unable to stay with their owners. Anyone interested in fundraising, yard maintenance, spending quality time with the dogs or fostering a senior dog, short or long term, email angelsforsara@gmail.com or call 503-325-2772.

MORE CLATSOP COUNTY PET RESOURCES Petfinder Thousands of adoptable pets are looking for people. www.petfinder.com

Lost Pet Reports clatsopcounty.animalshelternet.com/lost_search.cfm

If you have questions about licensing that aren't answered here, contact: Animal Control and Shelter 1315 S.E. 19th St. Warrenton, OR 97146 (503) 861-0737 Main (503) 325-2061 Emergency

Found Animal Reports clatsopcounty.animalshelternet.com/found_search.cfm

Stray Animal Search clatsopcounty.animalshelternet.com/stray_search.cfm

Seniors and Pets www.aginginplace.org/seniors-and-pets/

Oregon Humane Society www.oregonhumane.org

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