LIVING & DOING BUSINESS GUIDE
Chamber Leadership Letter From Executive Director
Executive Director Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce
If you’ve picked up this guide, I presume you’re asking yourself the same question I asked myself just a few short months ago, “Do I want to live and do business in Newport?” My answer was, and still is, yes! I hope my personal insights and the information in this Living and Doing Business in Newport Guide are helpful to you as you choose to experience Newport. First, the quality of life is unbeatable. For many years I’ve visited Newport as a hub to a variety of coastal attractions. Whether you enjoy whale watching, fishing, surfing, beach combing, hiking, biking, entertainment, shopping, art, fresh seafood or other life experiences— Newport is a great place surrounded by these and much more. If you love the coast, Newport is the best place to be in Oregon. There is plenty of activity to choose from. A group of young professionals reaffirmed this for me as I evaluated whether there would be enough activity to stimulate my interests (coming from a much larger community). Newport offers more than other communities of likesize due to the large number of people who enjoy it’s amenities (locals and visitors), it’s central coastal location, easy access and vibrant industries including an active port. Bottom line... there’s plenty to do as you choose. A variety of thriving, diverse local industries presents job opportunities and a healthy balance. These industries include Fishing, Marine Science, Tourism/Hospitality Services, Healthcare, Education and an active community of local businesses, large and small, that create new opportunities within an already appealing stable economy. Above all else, of the greatest attribute Newport possesses is a community of people that collaborate and invest in the community each day to foster a better quality of life for all. As I join the Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce as Executive Director, I am privileged to be join business leaders, dedicated partners, a talented staff and hundreds of volunteers that are working hard to serve the community well. Explore this Community Guide and Business Resource List (in the back) to help you learn more, experience all that Newport has to offer, and determine if Newport is right for you! Whether you choose to join us as a resident or a valued guest—I welcome you to Newport.
Chamber Staff Asst. Executive Director/Membership & Events Sheena Scarberry
Tourism Services & Festival Manager Bobbi Price
PR & Sponsorship Manager Courtney Rand
Visitor Services Coordinator Lauren Runk
BOARD OF DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE President Lisa Ely, Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital 1st Vice President Richard O’Hearn, Edward Jones Investments 2nd Vice President Judy Kuhl, Best Western Agate Beach Inn Secretary Jason King, Oregon Coast Aquarium Treasurer Doug Hunt, Lincoln County Commissioner Past President Susan Beck, Farmers Insurance Past President-at-Large Jim Protiva, City of Newport Parks and Recreation BOARD OF DIRECTORS John Baker, NW Management Daniella Crowder, Bike Newport Al Fitzpatrick, Coast Guard Com. College Melony Heim, Columbia Bank Lisa Kellenberger, Thompson’s Sanitary Service Steve Lovas, Martek Real Estate Dave Miller, Yaquina Bay Broadcasting Amy Petersen, TLC, A Division of Fibre Federal Credit Union Catherine Rickbone, OCCA/PAC/VAC Randy Teich, Newport Gentle Dentistry Larimee Ward, FOYL Sara Wedel, News-Times EX-OFFICIO DIRECTORS Sandra Roumagoux, City of Newport Mayor Birgitte Ryslinge, Oregon Coast Community College
Office Manager & Leadership Lincoln Patti Ferry
Chamber Contact Info Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce 555 SW Coast Highway Newport, OR 97365 Tel: (541) 265-8801 or (800) COAST44 – Fax: (541) 265-5589 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.newportchamber.org
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About the Chamber The Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce is one of the most progressive and dynamic organizations on the Oregon Coast. Boasting over 600 member businesses and individuals, the Chamber has several active volunteer committees working to enhance the community and Newport’s business climate. Its mission is “to unite the efforts of the citizens in promoting civic, commercial, agricultural, tourist, marine and industrial welfare of the City of Newport and its surrounding economic area.” In short, the Chamber strives to create an environment in which its members can succeed. In so doing, we also build a stronger and healthier community. During an average month the Greater Newport Chamber answers thousands of phone calls, greets about the same number of visitors in our office, mails out hundreds of visitor and relocation packets, responds to hundreds more via fax and e-mail, logs close to 1.5 million visits to our website, and passes along countless referrals to Chamber member businesses. All of these contacts add up to increased profits for each of our members. Although the times are constantly changing and technological advances are continually altering the way we conduct business, the essentials of doing business will forever be the same. Face-to-face contact with your business associates and customers, developing relationships, networking with peers, and supporting those with whom you conduct commerce is precisely what doing business is all about. That’s why we sponsor a range of events, from weekly to annually, that foster face-to-face networking and socializing, the cornerstones of collaboration and business development. Chamber Luncheons and Ambassador Showcases occur on a weekly basis, providing venues for associating with fellow members. Members are encouraged to participate in a variety of committees, including Seafood & Wine Festival, Ambassadors, Hospitality, Beautification, and many more. Committee meetings occur monthly and are excellent ways to get involved with the community. A Business After Hours reception is held every month with the primary goal of fostering networking and socializing. Annual events that occur throughout the year include the annual Awards Banquet, Know Your Newport, the Banquet and Balloon Auction, Scary-Okie, and of course, the Seafood & Wine Festival. “Doing Business” is what we at the Chamber are proud to promote within our membership and community!
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The Chamber’s Young Professionals The Newport Chamber’s Young Professionals, or Yo-Pros, is a group of earlier-career Chamber members who come together for civic projects and social networking events. The mission of the Young Professionals is to improve the quality of life for this group and to maintain the age demographic of Yo-Pros residing in Lincoln County. Lunch Mobs are held at a different restaurant each month as a way for the group to network while supporting local Chamber businesses. The Yo-Pros also get together for Social Hours, typically held the third Tuesday of the month from 5:15 p.m. to 7 p.m. All young professionals in the area are invited to attend a lunch mob or social hour and should check the Newport Yo-Pros Facebook page for dates and locations. The Yo-Pros team up for local causes and have hosted events such as “Bowling for Hunger,” where they knocked down pins while collecting canned goods for the local food pantry, and “Poker for Pets,” where they had fun gathering supplies for the local animal shelter. They volunteer their time each year to cook and serve a Thanksgiving meal to over two hundred of Newport’s senior citizens at the 60+ Activity Center. One of the most popular Yo-Pros events is the annual “Amazing Race,” modeled after the television show. Teams of two solve a series of clues that lead from one Newport location to another, completing challenges along the way in a race to the finish line. Past challenges have included donning an ocean survival suit (and swimming in it!), building a lighthouse out of saltwater taffy, and racing fat-tire bikes down the beach. Many more projects and events are in store for the group. If you are interested in participating in this group please contact the Newport Chamber of Commerce at 541-2658801, or visit their Facebook page, Young Professionals-Newport Chamber of Commerce for updates. More information about all Chamber programs can be found at www.newportchamber.org.
A Great Place to Live and Work
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Welcome to Newport, the Friendliest! Perched on the edge of the magnificent Pacific Ocean, Newport is a dynamic, warm community of 10,100 with active fishing, tourism, scientific, and arts communities. It is a perfect place to live, play, work, raise a family, and do business. It is home to Oregon’s largest fishing fleet, miles of sandy beaches, Oregon State University’s Hatfield Marine Science Center, the Oregon Coast Aquarium, and the West Coast home port of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. We welcome you to explore what Newport has to offer through this publication as well as by visiting or moving your home, business, or family here. US AVERAGE
City of Newport Fact Sheet • Named one of the top ten Best Small Towns in America 2002 – Making Your Move to One of America’s Best Small Towns, Norm Crampton • Named one of the 100 Best Small Art Towns in America – 100 Best Small Art Towns in America, John Villani • Oregon Coast Aquarium named one of the top ten in the country by Parents Magazine, Forbes Traveler, USA Today, 10Best.com and Coastal Living • Nye Beach named by Sunset Magazine the West Coast’s most romantic beach 12” • Historic Bayfront named by Sunset Magazine the West’s best waterfront (1999) 11” • SelectCity.com awarded Newport its Smart Choice Seal of Approval for those wanting a perfect place to live 10” to findinformation • Named outstanding community by Searchers, Inc., an independent organization providing to those contemplating retirement 9” or the purchase of a second home 8” • Miles of beautiful sandy beaches for kite flying, sandcastles, beachcombing and sunsets 7”and sunset cruises • Year round charters available for whale watching, fishing, bay, river and ocean tours 6”of its kind, drawing over 20,000 visitors a year • Newport’s annual Seafood & Wine Festival, held in late February, is the largest event 5” • The largest commercial fishing fleet on the Oregon coast 4” • Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area • Year-round population of magnificent gray whales 3” • Home to two century-old lighthouses (one the tallest working lighthouse in Oregon; 2” the other reputedly haunted) • More than 1,700 lodging rooms 1” • First attracted settlers in 1862; incorporated in 1882 0 • Located on the Oregon coast 118 miles from Portland, Oregon; 130 miles from Portland International Airport • One of 12 Coast Guard Cities, USA
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Directions: Travel on I-5 south to Corvallis; take exit 228 to Highway 34, then head west on Highway 20 to Newport For further information about Newport, contact the Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce 1-800-262-7844 or visit www.newportchamber.org Note: High-resolution photography can be downloaded from www.DiscoverNewport.com by clicking on Press Room-Photo Gallery Otis
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Contents 4 • Chamber Leadership Letter from executive director, chamber staff and board
6 • Welcome to Newport Fact sheet and Directions
9 • Credits
News-Times staff and Contributors NEWPORT
10 • Geography & Climate 12 • Governance
Meet the city manager, Spencer Nebel, and the mayor, Sandy Roumagoux
13 • History COMMUNITY
14 • Community Events 14-18 • Featured Events
Coast Hills Classic Mountain Bike Race, Newport Seafood & Wine Festival, Newport Loyalty Days & Sea Fair Festival, Newport Marathon, Great Albacore Tuna BBQ Challenge, Lincoln County Fair, Oregon Coast Jazz Party
20 • Newport by District
Agate Beach, Nye Beach, Deco District, Bayfront, South Beach
22-24 • Featured Districts Nye Beach, Bayfront
34-35 • Fishing
46 • Business Profiles 48-49 • Commercial Fishing 50 • Marine Science
Salmon, Halibut, Albacore Tuna, Crab
36-37 • Hiking
Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area, Mike Miller Park and Connected Trails, South Beach State Park, Beaver Creek State Natural Area
38-39 • Beaches
Beverly Beach, Moolack Beach, Cobble Beach at Yaquina Head, Agate Beach, Nye Beach, Yaquina Bay State Park, South Beach, Ona Beach LIVING
26 • Library, Seniors, Volunteer 27 • Transportation
Shuttle Bus, Municipal Airport, Port of Newport, Rail, Surface Transit
28-29 • Education
Oregon Coast Community College, Hatfield Marine Science Center, Lincoln County School District
30 • Health Care
Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital, Coastal Pediatrics, Lincoln County Health Department
32 • U.S. Coast Guard 8- www.newportchamber.org
40 • Surfing 42 • Birding 43 • Biking 44-45 • Newport Parks & Recreation
Oregon State University’s Hatfield Marine Science Center, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association
51 • Retail 52 • Real Estate TOURISM
54 • Tourism Impact 56-64 • Tourism Features
Lighthouses, Oregon Coast Aquarium, Hatfield Marine Science Center, Pacific Maritime & Heritage Center, Performing Arts Center, Visual Arts Center
BY THE NUMBERS
66 • Demographics 67 • Employment MEMBERS
68-79 • Alphabetical 80-86 • Categorical Photos: Nathan Howard
Contributors Nancy Steinberg, Calley Hair, Phillip Swett, Ginny Goblirsch, Steve Theberge, Nathan Howard, Johanna Wienert, Luke Whittaker and Dani Palmer
Publisher Jamie Rand
Advertising Manager Barbara Moore
Advertising Consultant Teresa Barnes
Advertising Consultant John Anderson
Advertising Consultant Sandee Beare
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Newport A Great Place to Live and Work Geography and Climate
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Newport encompasses 10.59 square miles of historic neighborhoods, scenic vistas, a deep-water port, and magnificent coastline. Of that area, 9.05 square miles is land and the rest is water, including Yaquina Bay. Newport’s share of Oregon’s 363-mile coastline is approximately 10 miles, which spans sandy beaches, rocky headlands and tide pools, and dramatic sandstone cliffs. By state law, all of this incredible coastline is in the public domain and is accessible along its entire length. Yaquina Head, at the northern end of town, is home to a majestic lighthouse, fascinating tide pools, and some of the largest summertime bird colonies inDAILY theHIGH state. This area, a major tourist draw, is managed by the Federal Bureau of Land Management. Sandy and AVERAGE scenic Nye Beach is easily accessible and close to the shopping and restaurants of the Nye Beach neighborhood. South Beach State Park provides opportunities surfing and long DAILYfor LOW beach walks. For more details about Newport’s beaches, see page 38. Yaquina Bay, the estuary formed where the Yaquina River meets the Pacific Ocean, is a productive ecosystem, a scenic treasure, and a critical port for fishing, tourism, and shipping. It provides a sheltered deep-water port for an active and successful commercial and recreational fishing fleet. AVERAGE Newport is accessed from the north and south by U. S. RouteUS101, and from the east by U. S. Route 20. Communities to the north of Newport include Depoe Bay and Lincoln City; to the south are Seal Rock, Waldport, and Yachats. Toledo, OR, is 7 miles to the east JAN FEB MAR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT135NOV DEC Portland, 84 of Newport on HwyAPR 20. Newport is 50 miles from Corvallis, miles from miles from Salem, and 98 miles from Eugene. You can’t discuss Newport’s climate without discussing rainfall. Average annual precipitation is 67.77 inches, the majority of which falls in the winter months. Locals know that Vivian Greene got it right when she said, “Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass; it's about learning to dance in the rain.” We dance, and walk, and run, and hike, and play sports in the rain here and because the temperatures are mild, we don’t mind at all. Because of the climate-moderating influence of the ocean, it never gets tremendously hot or cold: Summer temperatures are typically in the 60s, with rare and welcome warmer days up to about 80 degrees. In the winter it rarely freezes, and temperatures tend to bottom out in the 40s. Snow is also rare. Breaks in the winter weather are frequent, and, mysteriously, we usually end up with a few gorgeous, summery days in February. Summer winds often pick up mid-day, and the beach can get breezy or foggy around that time. However, there are microclimates throughout Newport where summer temperatures are generally warmer and the blanket of fog does not penetrate. Just a few blocks inland the weather can be much different than the beach. When summer winds blow from the north, it is often warm and still on Agate Beach directly to the south of Yaquina Head.
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Newport A Great Place to Live and Work Governance
What makes Newport tick The City of Newport operates under a Council-Manager form of government, a common approach to governance for smaller cities like Newport. Under this structure, the City Council, elected by the citizens of the city, employs a professional City Manager to serve as the city’s administrative head. The City Manager is like the city’s CEO; he or she is responsible for implementing policies and statutes decided on by the Council. The Newport City Council includes the Mayor and six councilors, all uncompensated volunteers, elected from the city at large. Mayoral terms are two years while Council terms are four years. At the first Council meeting of the year, the Council elects a Council President from among its membership, who presides over Council meetings (and performs other Mayoral duties) in the absence of the Mayor. Volunteer committees appointed by the Mayor advise the Council on a number of key topics. Committees include: Planning Commission, Budget Committee,
Retirement Board, Airport Committee, Library Board, Parks and Recreation Committee, Senior Advisory Committee, Destination Newport Committee, and the Pedestrian/Bicycle Committee. From time to time, the Mayor may appoint task forces or other groups to work on specific issues. The City Council meets on the first and third Mondays of each month. Work sessions are usually held at noon, and the regular meeting is held at 6:00 p.m. City Council packets and audio files of Council meetings are posted on the city's website (newportoregon.gov/citygov/comm/ cc.asp). Videotapes of City Council meetings are shown on Charter Channel 4 at 6:00 am on Tuesdays and 10:00 am on Thursdays during the second and fourth weeks of the month. City departments and functions include Administration, Finance, Community Development, Police, Fire, Public Works, Parks and Recreation, Airport, Library, and Municipal Court. The City of Newport also owns and
operates a number of community facilities, including the Public Library, Recreation Center, Municipal Pool, and the 60+ Activity Center. The city-owned Visual Arts Center and Performing Arts Center are operated by the Oregon Coast Council for the Arts. Newport is the County Seat of Lincoln County (population: 46,151). Lincoln County is governed by a three-member paid Board of Commissioners, who are elected at-large to four-year terms. Until the November 2013 election, the position of County Commissioner was partisan, but it is now non-partisan in accordance with most other counties in Oregon. The Commissioners meet every Wednesday at 9:30 am at the Lincoln County Courthouse (agendas and minutes are all online at www.co.lincoln.or.us/board/). The County government structure includes the County Clerk’s office (responsible for running elections, issuing marriage licenses, and maintaining records), Public Works, District Attorney’s office, Health and Human Services, Parks, and more.
Meet the City Manager Spencer Nebel took the helm as City Manager of Newport in December 2013. Prior to this post, he was City Manager for the town of Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan for 21 years, and served in the same capacity for two other Michigan towns for a total of ten years before that. Nebel has a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Northern Michigan University. He is an International City/ County Management Association (ICMA) Credentialed Manager, and received the “Excellence in Service” award from the Michigan Municipal League in 2003 and 2012. Nebel was excited to make the big move from the Midwest to Newport, as he has two sisters living in Oregon and he and his wife often vacationed in our fair state. His successful leadership in a town not dissimilar from Newport – a port town with a large tourist economy – has translated into equally successful leadership here.
Meet the Mayor To many, it might seem that art and politics have little in common. Sandra Roumagoux — painter and current Mayor of Newport, serving her third term — would disagree. Her artist’s statement on her web site says, in part, “I don’t know how to separate politics from art. Both ask something of us, something that challenges us to a responsibility. Painter or politician, we come as candidates. We want our message to resonate with the body politic, with the voters. We make promises.” Roumagoux was born in Yakima, WA and raised on a farm in the Willamette Valley. After earning her BA and MFA at the University of Arkansas, she returned to Oregon, settling in Newport in 1985. Her work has been exhibited in a wide range of galleries and shows throughout the Pacific Northwest, and her paintings are held in the collections of Microsoft in Redmond, WA; Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland; and a range of other institutions, as well as in private collections. Roumagoux has taught painting and other art classes at institutions ranging from Portland Community College to the Massachusetts College of Art, and she held the position of Dean of Instruction at Oregon Coast Community College from 1987 (when the college was founded) until 1991. She also served on the college’s board, an elected position. Roumagoux was elected to her third two-year term as Mayor in November of 2016.
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Newport, Oregon A City Rich in History
If all the world’s an oyster, the City of Newport is definitely a pearl. In fact, it was the Yaquina Bay oyster beds that first attracted settlers to Newport in 1862. Great profits were made by exporting the delicacy to San Francisco and elsewhere, and those settlers were the first to experience all the treasures the area had to offer. Yaquina Bay opened to white settlement in 1864. Newport’s first tourist destination resort was built in 1866 by a forward-thinking pioneer named Sam Case. It was Sam who named the town “Newport,” after his favorite town in Rhode Island. More resorts soon followed, paving the way for Newport’s incorporation in 1882 and establishing the community as a premier tourist destination along the Oregon coast. Newport’s subsequent development centered around three distinct areas: The Bayfront, Nye Beach, and the Highway 101 Corridor. The tourism industry has enjoyed a long, successful history in Newport. In the early 1900s, Nye Beach was the number one tourist attraction on the Oregon coast, offering salt-water taffy stores, concessions, agate shops and penny arcades, as well as rooming houses and resorts. Newport’s seafood industry boomed in 1908 when electricity (and refrigeration) became available. Construction of the Yaquina Head Lighthouse helped make Yaquina Bay a favorite shipping port. The seafood industry still thrives today – Newport’s Bayfront is home to Oregon’s largest commercial fishing fleet. The timber industry also carved a niche in Newport’s history. The area was the location of the world’s largest spruce mill built by the U.S. government to supply the airplane industry in World War I. In fact, the mill provided all the wood that went into Howard Hughes’ famous Spruce Goose aircraft. Completed in 1936, the Yaquina Bay Bridge is perhaps the most recognizable landmark in Newport. The bridge helped the city become more cohesive and fostered growth along the Highway 101 corridor. Today, Newport’s history is still being made. The city is a well-balanced mix of industries, including tourism, fishing, forestry and marine science. By blending the best of new and old businesses, landmarks and attractions, Newport is preserving the treasures of the Oregon coast – now and for the future. Get to know Newport!
Photos: Courtesy of the Lincoln County Historical Society, LCHS #2272, oregoncoasthistory.org and www.facebook.com/newportlincolncountyhistoricalsociety
Community Events There’s always something special happening in Newport – here are some of the premier annual events that help make our town such a vibrant place to live and a desirable travel destination! January Chocolate Classic Hearts for Horses February Crab Krack Childrens Advocacy Center Ball Newport Seafood and Wine Festival March Be Jeweled Jewelry Sale Historic Nye Beach Mystery Weekend Blessing of the Fleet Whale Watch Week - Spring Migration April Easter Egg Hunt in Newport Newport Paper Arts Festival at the Newport Visual Arts Center Chamber Banquet & Balloon Auction Marine Science Day, Hatfield Marine Science Center May Newport Loyalty Days Coast Hills Classic Mountain Bike Race “Know Your Newport” Hospitality Training Seminar Brewer’s Memorial Ale Fest at the Rogue Brewery CASA Beach Bash June Newport Marathon Annual Gem & Mineral Show July Yaquina Bay Fireworks Newport Symphony Orchestra free community pops concert Dog Agility Show Barrel to Keg Relay Yo-Pros Amazing Race
August Oregon Coast Quilters Guild Quilt Show Cruisin’ the Bay Car Show Buccaneer Rampage Race Great Albacore Tuna BBQ Challenge Lincoln County Fair September Newport Half Marathon SOLVE Beach & Riverside Cleanup October Oregon Coast Jazz Party (formerly Jazz at Newport) Free Flight Run 5K/10K Creatures of the Night at the Oregon Coast Aquarium “Trick or Treat in Nye Beach” Bayfront Safe Halloween Trick-or-Treat “Deco”-ween Trick or Treat Chamber “Scary-Okie” November Newport Turkey Trot Santa Claus comes to Newport to Ring in the Holiday Season! December Holiday House Arts & Crafts Sale Oregon Coast Aquarium’s “Sea of Lights” Yaquina Bay Lighted Boat Parade Whale Watch Week - Winter Migration at the Hatfield Marine Science Center
For more community events visit our online events calendar at www.newportchamber.org
Coast Hills Classic Mountain Bike Race The 5th Annual Coast Hills Classic Mountain Bike Race returns to Newport, OR! On May 14th, this race will put competitors through a grueling trek of straight up, straight down and slippery turns in the 12 mile course (a double run of 24 miles for the experts and pros) with a 1,600 elevation gain. The course varies from muddy to gravel and a lot of single track in-between. The race is really the revival of a former race, the Ben Eder Memorial, kicked off by a local high school teacher and a number of his students, including Ben Eder. Ben and his family kept the tradition alive for a number of years until a fateful day in 2001 when Ben died in a fishing accident at the age of 21. Local volunteers now work alongside staff from the Newport Parks and Recreation Department to put the race on. A kids' race will be held once most racers have crossed the finish line. This race is free and will be a short loop on a flat dirt area. There is also a timed "Grommet" Race on a modified 5 mile section of race course for kids that aren't yet ready for the full 12 mile course but have outgrown the kids' race. Ages for this race are 8-12 years old and has a $20.00 entry fee and prizes will be awarded. Mike Cavanaugh, Sports Coordinator for Newport Parks and Recreation, says, "All of our proceeds from the event go towards the youth scholarship fund at our recreation center." 14- www.newportchamber.org
These scholarships allow children from economically disadvantaged households the opportunity to participate in a number of the youth programs put on by the City of Newport. Major sponsors of the Coast Hills Classic include the City of Newport Parks and Recreation, Bike Newport, the Newport New-Times and many others which include Wilder, the property owners who graciously granted permission for the race course to go through their forested property. Information about the race including registration can be found at www.CoastHillsClassic. com. Pre-registration is $45.00 and the day-of registration is $50.00. The excitement begins at 10:00am with the big line-up of competitors at the Oregon Coast Community College, Newport Campus. Photo: Nathan Howard
The Newport Seafood and Wine Festival You’re invited to Newport’s biggest party
The population of Newport is around 10,000, but on the last full weekend in February, it can swell to triple that number. What brings people from far and wide to the coast in the throes of winter’s darkest days — and sometimes its roughest weather? The promise of great food and drink, and the biggest party Newport throws. The annual Newport Seafood and Wine Festival is a four-day signature event with a festival atmosphere where more than 150 vendors, including purveyors of seafood, craftspeople, and some 80 Northwest wineries offer their goods in a gigantic tent in South Beach adjacent to the Rogue brewery. The event is a fundraiser for the Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce and several local non-profit groups. For most visitors, the heart of the weekend is the opportunity to sample and purchase a wide range of top-notch Northwest wines. Associated with the event is the longest continuous wine competition in the Northwest, judged by a panel of five regional wine experts. As the Northwest has grown as a wine-producing region, so has the competition. Each Seafood & Wine Festival wine vendor may enter up to three wines in the prestigious commercial competition, judging of which happens before the festival so the winners can be announced and sold at the event. An amateur competition is also held. Paired with the excellent festival wines are unparalleled seafood offerings. Newport is proud to be able to showcase the bounty of the Pacific that comes through its port every year. You’ll find crab, bay shrimp, oysters, salmon, albacore, and other local delicacies in abundance, as well as other types of food. Even outside of the festival’s 50,000-foot tent, there is plenty of fun to be found that weekend in Newport. The festival atmosphere spreads throughout the community, as many local businesses and organizations plan special events on the same weekend to take advantage of the crowds. Restaurants often have special menus and live music, shops will have wine sales featuring medal winners, and the local running club sponsors a 5K road race. For more information, see www.seafoodandwine.com. Photos: Nathan Howard
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Join the celebration! The 62nd Annual Newport Loyalty Days & Sea Fair Festival takes place May 3, 4, 5, and 6, 2018. Originally started in the late 1930s to boost tourism with a free Dungeness crab dinner, this event was later combined with the nationwide Loyalty Day celebration that President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed into law in May 1958. Over the years, the Newport Loyalty Days & Sea Fair Festival has evolved to include a traditional hometown parade, numerous veteran and active duty tributes, celebrations, and activities including the annual "Reading of the Names" and the traveling Oregon Memorial Wall. This fun-filled weekend also includes the Loyalty Days & Sea Fair Festival Court and Queen's Coronation, the popular Davis Shows Northwest family carnival, a Coast Hills Fun Run and Mr. Bill’s Traveling Trivia Show at the Rogue (Bayfront).
If you’re going to run more than 26 miles over a span of three hours or more, battling fatigue, thirst, and muscle cramps, it helps to have something pretty to look at along the way. The gorgeous, flat, and fast course of the Newport Marathon has been attracting hundreds of runners from far and near since its inception in 1999. The course begins at Yaquina Bay State Park, home to one of our two lighthouses, and then wends its way through some of Newport’s most scenic neighborhoods, including oceanfront Nye Beach and the Bayfront. It continues on the Bay Road on a flat, well-paved, wide road that runs along the edge of gorgeous Yaquina Bay. Runners will be treated to vistas of the Yaquina Bay Bridge and the bay itself, home to a wide variety of birds and other wildlife. Fishing boats and gorgeous, forested scenery complete the view. Because the course is nearly all flat, many PRs are earned here, a plus considering that the marathon is a qualifying race for the Boston Marathon. One world record was earned on the course as well: Herb Phillips of Burnaby B.C., Canada ran it in 2:47:28 in 2004, breaking the single age world record for 63 year old males. Of course, there are other scenic, flat, and friendly marathons in the U.S. But there probably isn’t one that offers runners oyster shooters. At mile 11 and again at mile 19 (out and back on the Bay Road), runners are offered the opportunity to slurp down locally raised raw oysters at Oregon Oyster Farms. The record for oyster shooter consumption at the marathon was 80 oysters in one race, consumed by a runner in 2009! If sucking down raw oysters in the middle of a race is not for you, other great local food is offered at the finish line party, including Rogue beer and Mo’s clam chowder, two local favorites. The event has been growing nearly every year, and registration is capped at 1,000; as many as 750 have entered in recent years. Last year’s entrants came from 29 states and Canada. For more information, see the marathon’s web site: www.newportmarathon.org.
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Top chefs go head-to-head Great Albacore Tuna BBQ Challenge
At the coast, seafood is more than just a cuisine — it’s a lifestyle. It’s a religion. And at the annual Great Albacore Tuna BBQ Challenge, it stars in the No. 1 cook-off competition on the Oregon Coast. Professional and amateur teams alike compete for the $3,000 grand prize, not to mention the bragging rights that come with proving that they can grill, spice, char, glaze, and wrap one of Newport’s top treasures better than anyone else. Even better, they share their secrets with the rest of us mere mortals. If you’re ever looking for inspiration on how to best serve a steak of local albacore, check out www. tunabbq.com/Recipes. There you’ll find step-by-step instructions from past competitors for recipes like Miso Glazed Albacore Lettuce Wraps, or Plum Wood Charred Albacore, or Grilled Albacore with Aqua Pazza. All of the tuna used in the competition come straight off the docks at the Historic Bayfront, and is provided by the Oregon Albacore Commission through Newport’s suppliers and fishermen. Last year’s event, held the second Saturday in August, featured eight professional teams and eight amateur teams. It also included a chance to sample each creatively prepared and beautifully presented morsel from each team, and a beer garden provided through Rogue Ales & Spirits. The date for the 2018 Great Albacore Tuna BBQ Challenge has yet to be announced, so keep an eye out and mark your calendar for this can’t miss summer event. The awards ceremony is held at the Port of Newport at 2000 SE Marine Science Drive, next to the boat launch. Tickets to the ceremony cost $15 for adults, $10 for students, and $5 for youth under 15. For more information, visit www.tunabbq.com.
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The Fairest of them all The Lincoln County Fair
Newport might be surrounded by beaches, but don't be fooled – we're also a little bit country. Nowhere is that more obvious (or more of a blast} than at the Lincoln County Fair, a four-day extravaganza featuring concerts, barbeque, demonstrations, contests, and more activities
than you can count. And with annual attendance increasing to more than 15,000 locals and visitors, you don't want to miss one of our best parties of the summer. Especially for such a great price – admission is free! This year's event will be held July 6-8, 2018. The complete schedule is still in the works, but past events featured a bouncy house, monster truck rides, baking contests, a rodeo, 4-H animal shows, and a packed docket of musical
artists playing the Main Stage from open to close. This family -friendly event has an educational component as well, with sawmill demonstrations, nutrition education programs and talks from local scientists and experts. The annual fair is held at the Lincoln County Commons, a plot of land located at 633 NE 3rd Street, and is run by volunteers and sponsors who represent the community spirit that makes Newport such a great place to live.
Organizers are still seeking vendors and entertainers to show off their skills – from grilling the perfect pulled-pork sandwich to gravity-defying juggling acts. To find out more about the Lincoln County Fair, including schedule, sponsors and activities, visit www.thelincolncountyfair. com or contact Michele Osterhoudt at 541-648-6818 or michele.osterhoudt@ oregonstate.edu.
Oregon Coast Jazz Party
Newport’s music scene heats up on the first weekend in October As the weather in Newport cools, the Newport Performing Arts Center sizzles as some of the hottest names in jazz come to jam at the Oregon Coast Jazz Party the first weekend in October. This premiere event, which celebrated its fourteenth birthday in 2017, regularly sells out multiple concerts at the Newport Performing Arts Center, and infuses the whole town with the strains of jazz throughout the weekend. As the name implies, the event is held in a “jazz party” format, in which a pool of musicians performs in different combinations in sets throughout the weekend. The principal sets are held at the Newport Performing Arts Center, with a late-night “Nightcap,” an after-party of sorts, on Friday and Saturday nights at the nearby Shilo Inn. Performers have included Jeff Hamilton (drums), Terrell Stafford (trumpet), the Clayton Brothers (John (bass), Jeff (sax) and Gerald (piano), Dave Captein (bass), Ken Peplowski (clarinet and sax), the Mel Brown quintet (featuring legendary drummer Mel Brown), Halie Loren (vocalist), and Holly Hofmann (flute), who also serves as the event’s Music Director. All of these participants are world-class musicians, who have appeared from Portland to New York to
the international jazz scene; Grammy awards decorate their shelves, and headliners from the jazz, blues, and pops worlds clamor for them to play gigs. The Oregon Coast Jazz Party was born fifteen years ago as Jazz at Newport, the successor to a number of other jazz festivals held in Newport over the years. A number of satellite events are held in addition to the programs at the PAC, including jazz clinics at Newport High School and the Performing Arts Center and, in 2015, an interactive panel discussion moderated by Holly Hofmann. The festival is a feast for the eyes as well as the ears: each year, a compelling image created by a local or regional artist is chosen to be highlighted in the marketing materials. Artists Connie Williams, Bill Kucha, Nancy Jane Reid (also the official Oregon Coast Jazz Party photographer), and Juergen Eckstein are among those whose works have served as the face of the festival. The lineup of musicians for a given year is typically announced in early summer for the following fall. For more information about the Oregon Coast Jazz Party, go to www. coastarts.org/event-types/oregon-coast-jazz-party/.
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Community Neighborhoods of Newport Newport’s neighborhoods each harbor unique treasures Agate Beach explodes with natural beauty: Catch a wave, go clamming, watch spouting whales, take a long walk on a beautiful sandy beach, or visit the Yaquina Head Lighthouse. This district is also home to the Ernest Bloch House, where this well-known composer lived from 1941 to 1959. Historic Nye Beach is Newport’s original oceanfront resort district and artists’ colony. Today, Nye Beach is a mix of historic cottages, new architecture, and eclectic shops, lodging, and restaurants. The historic heart of the city, the Deco District contains many buildings featuring the Art Deco style. Hugging both sides of Highway 101, the Deco District is the mid-point on the ribbon of U.S. Highway 101 that connects four of Newport’s distinct districts. Newport’s historic Bayfront is a shoreline boulevard where you’ll want to stroll along an authentic slice of the coast. The Port of Newport services Yaquina Bay, a bustling harbor and home to one of the largest commercial fishing fleets in Oregon. The South Beach district is filled with all things marine – the Oregon Coast Aquarium, one of the top ten aquariums in the U.S., is a favorite with all ages. South Beach is also home to Oregon State University’s Hatfield Marine Science Center and homeport of NOAA’s Pacific fleet of research vessels.
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Nye Beach offers great food and shopping Locals and visitors alike love the historic Newport neighborhood of Nye Beach, with its scrumptious restaurants, stunning art galleries, and fascinating shops. Add in the amazing namesake beach, the Newport Performing Arts Center, and an endlessly fun playground at Coast Park, and there’s something in this oceanfront neighborhood for everyone. Located on the ocean’s edge with lighthouses defining its north and south ends, Nye Beach was once a separate smaller community. When Newport began to outgrow the Bayfront in the 1890s, a wood plank road was constructed to connect the two. In the early 1900s, this area was the number one tourist attraction on the coast — saltwater taffy stores, concessions, agate shops and penny arcades all thrived on Nye Beach. It was also the home of many well-known houses and resorts. When Herbert Hoover’s stepfather, Dr. Henry J. Minthorn, built a large “sanitarium” in the area, tourists flocked in large numbers to soak in heated seawater or bask in the sun on the glassenclosed veranda. While some chose to stay at the large resorts, others stayed in small cottages or tents. Often the women and children would spend their summers here, and the men would visit by train on the weekends. Much of the ambiance — the cottages and resorts which attracted the “summer people” to Nye Beach — remain. And you can’t forget the most
wondrous and enduring attraction, the beach! While you can spend far more than a day exploring Nye Beach, here are some suggestions for some must-do Nye Beach activities. A great way to start your day is by indulging in a steaming latte and mouthwatering pastry at one of the numerous coffee shops. Eat in, or get your breakfast to go and head to the beach. Whether you’re searching for a vacation souvenir, a wedding gift, or just a little something for yourself, you’re bound to find what you’re looking for in neighborhood shops. You will also find wines at every price point and from every corner of the world. From the Willamette Valley to Argentina to Italy and beyond, Nye Beach carries mouth-watering specialty foods such as cheeses, chocolates, and Italian pastas. Great lunch choices are abundant in Nye Beach. You can find soups, sandwiches, burritos, and other lunchtime fare made fresh, often with local ingredients. If you want to continue shopping after lunch, head up Coast Street. Walking into Nye Beach shops is like wandering into an exotic international bazaar. Stunning shops are packed with treasures from around the globe, from housewares to perfume to jewelry to art. If you’ve run out of time to see them all, you’ll just have to come back!
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Newport’s Historic Bayfront Food, Fun, and the Fishing Fleet
In Newport, we seamlessly incorporate a working fishing community with charming tourist attractions. The Historic Bayfront is Newport’s main working waterfront, home to most of our substantial fishing fleet and many fish processing businesses. At the same time, this neighborhood is also bursting with excellent restaurants, eclectic treasurefilled shops, and engaging attractions. History Constructed in 1866, the Ocean House on Yaquina Bay was Newport’s first destination resort. Sam Case, its proprietor, named the Ocean House for a resort in his favorite Rhode Island town of Newport. At the time of its incorporation, Newport was a small hamlet nestled in the area around the Ocean House. Tourists, or “summer people,” most commonly traveled to Newport by train from the Willamette Valley. The large-scale development of today’s thriving seafood industry didn’t begin until 1908, when electricity (essential for refrigeration) became available. Jetty construction and dredging, complemented by Newport’s already famous Yaquina Bay Lighthouse, made Yaquina Bay an attractive shipping port. The modern Bayfront is home to Oregon’s largest commercial fishing fleet. It also provides locals and tourists with great meals, views of sea lions sprawled out on rocks and docks, and a range of shopping options. Surprises can be found behind every shop door, so feel free to explore! Dining Question No. 1: Where to eat? Fresh seafood comes with a spectacular bay view at Asiatico Waterfront Fusion Sushi.
Peruse its signature fusion sushi menu, or let the chef nail your favorite classics like yakisoba noodles and teriyaki skewers. At the opposite end of the street is the charming and cozy Coffee House, open for breakfast and lunch. While you wait for your superb coffee to brew or for your hang-over-the-plate pancake to come off the griddle, you can watch the fishing fleet come and go right across the street. For a nautical yet classy vibe accompanied by a unique cocktail menu — not to mention top-notch viewing of the local wildlife — head over to Clearwater Restaurant, where enormous windows and a two-story layout offer a glorious view of the bay. Perched on the end of a public pier with a panoramic bay view on Newport's historic Bayfront, Saffron Salmon showcases northwest cuisine utilizing local and fresh ingredients . The best of the local catch can be found at Local Ocean Seafoods, which features fresh, local, creative seafood dishes of all kinds. Check out their upstairs dining room, or even grab some fresh seafood from their in-house market to cook in your own kitchen. Shopping Whether you’ve got an eye for art, a craving for candy or a hankering for homemade wares, there’s something for everyone in the shops of the Bayfront. Founded by two adventurers who found themselves on the coast, Specifically Pacific is where you will find the best coastal lifestyle clothing up and down Hwy 101. Wind Drift Gallery showcases the jewelry, crafts and other highly giftable, works from beloved local artists. Another gallery with a gorgeous selection of items is Oceanic Arts,
which features works inspired by the sea around us. More local art can be found at Ozone Fine Art on the top floor of the Abbey Street Pier, where you’ll also stumble upon fabulously fun exhibit openings featuring Oregon wines. Those with a sweet tooth have multiple options, including Newport Candy Shoppe and 2 Kids Candy Store. Try the saltwater taffy — it’s made the old-fashioned way, with egg whites instead of oil. Finally, don’t miss the sights and smells of Newport Bay Candle Company. This local business pours its candles at a separate local facility, but their Bayfront retail shop shows off the best of their handmade candles, soaps and jewelry. Dockside exploring Interpretive signs along the Port Dock marinas explain the differences among the kinds of boats in port and tell a bit of the story of our proud fishing fleet. In the summer months, you can buy fish right off the boats, including albacore tuna, salmon, crabs, rockfish, and lingcod. Even if you’re not in the market for dinner, it’s fun to walk along all of the docks and dream of the seafaring life. If you’re not content to let the commercial fishing fleet do the work for you, you can hop on a charter fishing boat and do the catching yourself, or take a lively Sea Life Cruise aboard Marine Discovery Tours for activities and coastal stories about everything from fisheries to whales! You can’t miss the massive, barking marine mammals that occupy the docks and jetties around the Bayfront. These are male California sea lions, taking a break from fishing to chill on the rocks. While more of them hang around in the late fall and winter after the breeding season is over, you can find the older bulls here pretty much year-round.
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Living Newport is a comfortable, friendly, easy place to live, with many amenities that support an excellent quality of life. Here are just a few.
Life in Newport
Newport Public Library A library is a critical institution in any community. Newport Public Library serves the community as a center for information, recreation, culture, and education. From toddlers to retirees, students to business owners, people from all segments of the community come to Newport Public Library to find practical answers, to develop talents, to stretch the imagination, and simply to enjoy the beautiful facility and its collection of local artists’ work. Newport Public Library is one of the best-used libraries in Oregon. Current technology and professional staff make the library the community gateway to a wealth of regional, national, and international information resources. In addition to a fine book collection, the library also offers video, DVDs, CDs, audio books, magazines, newspapers, large print books, and access
to the internet and other electronic information sources. Through the internet, the library provides catalog and fulltext magazine databases wherever you are. A full range of children’s and teen programs, flourishing adult programs, outreach services to the elderly and homebound, and a vital volunteer program all make it clear that the library is a place for everyone. Story times for toddlers and preschoolers are offered weekly in English and Spanish. In addition, the children’s librarian conducts extensive outreach to local preschools and elementary classrooms. A summer reading program encourages kids to continue reading when school is out, offering rewards for participation as well as a weekly outdoor performance for families related to that summer’s theme. Teenagers are drawn to the monthly teen
programs at the library, and adults love the regular “Literary Flicks” series of movies and the library’s book club. A critical center of community life, the library hosts meetings and community events throughout the year, from writing workshops to book lectures to computer classes. Newport Public Library is a department of the City of Newport, an equal partner of Oceanbooks network, and an affiliate of the Lincoln County Library District. The Newport Public Library Foundation is an independent, non-profit organization promoting private donations to enhance and enrich Newport Public Library's resources and services. The Newport Public Library is at 35 NW Nye St and newportoregon.gov/dept/lib/.
energy to guiding visitors through the Oregon Coast Aquarium’s exhibits, raising funds for high school sports teams, operating the Newport Symphony Orchestra, driving Meals on Wheels routes, and every other type of community service you can think of. Any amount of time you have to offer, whether it’s an hour a month or multiple days every week, will be most appreciated at most community institutions. Lincoln County schools, the Newport Public Library, the Performing Arts Center, Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital, and the Newport Police Department will all be happy to put volunteers to work. One great way to find out who needs volunteers is by going to the website of the Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Linn, Benton, and Lincoln Counties (rsvpoflbl.org) and reviewing their list; most of these volunteer opportunities are not just for those of retirement age.
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Retirement and Senior Services Newport is a wonderful and popular retirement destination, offering retirees a unique blend of outdoor activities, volunteer opportunities, support services, and health care. Whether your retirement dream entails fishing, yoga, golf, card games with friends, or using your skills as a volunteer, you will be at home in Newport. Newport offers support services for our seniors and retirees through our 60+ Activity Center. The 60+ Activity Center, operated by the City of Newport, provides classes, social gatherings, and meals for those aged 60 and over. On any given day, activities at the Center can include pinochle, Wii bowling, knitting classes, table tennis, book club meetings, and, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, hot lunch at noon. Lunches can also be delivered to the homebound through our Meals on Wheels program; call 541-574-0669 for prices and more information. Special events, such as seminars, festivals, and health clinics, are scheduled throughout the year. The 60+ Center has a variety of facility rentals to meet your needs. Rental fees are available by request. The Center also has equipment to loan. Wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, shower chairs, and toilet lifts are available to seniors who need them. For more information, call a Host of Hostess at 541-265-9617. Hours of the 60+ Activity Center are Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. The Center is located at 20 SE 2nd Street near the Rec Center. For more information, give the Center a call at 541-265-9617, or find more information and the complete schedule of events at www.newportoregon.gov/sc.
Volunteerism in Newport One of the main energy sources that powers Newport is the spirit of volunteerism that pervades the city. City committees that advise the City Council on everything from development of bike trails to reviewing city audits to developing library policies are comprised of 100% volunteers. In addition, volunteers apply their skills and 26- www.newportchamber.org
The Newport Performing Arts Center (PAC) is the premier performance venue on the Oregon coast, housing the 400seat Silverman Theater and the 80-seat Studio Theater. It is home to a group of resident companies that produce community music, theatre, and dance performances, as well as visiting performers of all types, keeping the building buzzing year-round.
Newport Visual ArtsCenter The Newport Visual Arts Center (VAC) offers many amazing views of the ocean while simultaneously showcasing diverse art exhibits and events. The VAC is the largest facility on the Oregon Coast built specifically for the exhibition of visual art and is divided into three galleries, a showcase area, and several mixed-use spaces. Photo: Nathan Howard
Transportation Perched on the edge of the beautiful Pacific, Newport is a key portal to Oregon's Central Coast, located 60 miles from Interstate 5. There are many ways to get around within Newport, and in and out of the city. Newport is served by U.S. Highway 101, which runs north and south along the entire U.S. coast. Highway 101 intersects U.S. Highway 20, the longest continuous roadway in the country. It runs from coast to coast, terminating in Newport (the eastern terminus is in Boston, MA!). The Oregon Department of Transportation just completed a 12-year project to realign a stretch of Highway 20 east of Newport, making the route faster, safer and more picturesque. More information about Newport transportation can be found at newportchamber.org/ area-info.
fleet, a commercial fishing marina, a recreational marina, and recreational vehicle parks. For more information, call 541-265-7758 or go to www.portofnewport.com.
Newport Shuttle Bus The Newport City Loop bus runs from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p. m., seven days a week, including all holidays except Thanksgiving & Christmas Day. The cost is $1 per ride. Free passes are available for visitors via their lodging. The bus is wheelchair accessible and has a bike rack. Schedules are available online, on any bus, and at the transit office: 410 NE Harney St. Call 541-265-4900 or go to www.co.lincoln.or.us for more information.
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Newport Municipal Airport Newport has a public airport (airport code: ONP) situated on 800 acres, three miles south of Yaquina Bay. It currently accommodates mostly private, charter, and cargo flights. For more information about the airport, call 541-867-7422 or visit newportoregon.gov/dept/ onp/default.asp. Port of Newport The Port of Newport in Yaquina Bay, incorporated in 1910, serves a 59-square mile area. Constructed as a deep-water port to provide shipping services to local, regional, and international markets, major redevelopment at the International Terminal was completed in December 2013. Operations at Port facilities include support to the distant water fishing
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Rail Daily freight rail service is furnished to the Yaquina Bay area, terminating in Toledo, located six miles east of Newport. Surface Transit Newport has a local taxi service, limousine companies, and commercial trucking businesses. Centrally located on Oregonâ€™s beautiful coastline, Newport is an easy drive from all of Oregonâ€™s major highways. Driving distances and times from Newport are:
Life in Newport
Higher Education Newport is the site of the central campus of Oregon Coast Community College (OCCC). Serving more than 2,400 individuals each year, OCCC offers programs designed to meet the variety of learning needs of Lincoln County. Students can complete the first two years of a bachelorâ€™s degree at OCCC, often beginning while they are still in high school via Early College Programs. The college also offers professional programs with short-term certificates or 2-year associate degrees for employment in Nursing, Medical Assistant, EMT, Aquarium Science, Accounting, Business Administration, Administrative Assistant, and Computer Applications. Students can get a GED, learn English as a second language, or take courses for personal enrichment. Students may attend full or part-time and take credit and non-credit courses, online or via videotape. The Hatfield Marine Science Center is Oregon State Universityâ€™s campus for research, education, and outreach in marine and coastal sciences. Many graduate students from Oregon State University conduct lab and field work here, and HMSC offers educational opportunities for students from primary school through college. A major educational expansion of HMSC is planned for the coming years, which will allow for accommodation of 500 students per year. For more information about HMSC, see p. 62 or hmsc.oregonstate.edu.
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Education Newport offers a range of educational opportunities for students from preschool-age through college and beyond. Preschools There are a number of excellent preschools in Newport, some of which include kindergarten and early primary grades as well. Mouse Factory Cooperative Preschool, the only cooperative preschool in town, is operated out of the First Presbyterian Church. They offer morning sessions either two or four days a week for children ages 3-5. Nye Beach Montessori offer preschool programs as well as kindergarten. Coastal Kids, and Cubby Preschool (located at Newport High School and partially staffed by childhood education NHS students) are also excellent options. Finally, there is a federal Head Start program in Newport. Grades K-12 Newport is a part of the Lincoln County School District (LCSD). LCSD serves about 5,200 students in kindergarten through 12th grade from all areas of the county along a 55-mile strip of the central Oregon coast. The district is comprised of 12 regular schools and three public charter schools, with a total of about 500 employees, all dedicated to providing a comprehensive education for every single student. Kindergarten through second grade students in Newport attend Yaquina View Elementary, while third through fifth grade students attend Sam Case Elementary. Sixth through eighth graders attend Newport Middle School, and Newport High School houses ninth through twelfth graders. All Newport schools place an emphasis on technology, and many teachers incorporate it into their daily instruction. Students in Newport are fortunate to have a wealth of natural environments to study as extension of their classrooms. The Pacific Ocean, Yaquina Bay, and Siuslaw National Forest are only a few of the natural resources that are used by the school district to explore marine science, forestry, tourism, fisheries, and other related subjects. In addition, the Hatfield Marine Science Center, the Oregon Coast Aquarium, and the home port of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s West Coast research vessels offer “living classrooms” that contribute to the district’s goal of producing the most ocean-literate students in the nation. Newport High School offers the prestigious and challenging International Baccalaureate (IB) program, one of the smallest schools in the nation to do so. IB is a rigorous and comprehensive pre-university course of study for high school juniors and seniors. IB diploma graduates are welcomed by the world's leading universities, and are often offered exemptions from required classes. Students can choose individual IB classes, or complete the demanding IB diploma program. Marine Discovery Tours Offering a "floating classroom" experience to 7,000 K-University students, enthusiastic educators lead hands-on activities that link classroom learning to marine ecosystems. Photos: Nathan Howard, News-Times file photo
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Good Medicine Health care in Newport One important measure of a community is how well it takes care of its citizens, in sickness and in health. Newport is lucky to have not only an excellent hospital, but a range of other health care facilities and options to choose from. Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital is the major health care center in the city, meeting the health care needs of area residents since 1953. Currently, the hospital is a 25-bed critical access hospital, although a massive expansion is in the works (see sidebar). SPCH offers comprehensive medical imaging and laboratory testing services, as well as units focused on diabetes education, hospice services, nutritional counseling, and respiratory services. Samaritan clinics in Newport provide specialized care in the areas of obstetrics and gynecology, hematology and oncology, kidney conditions, occupational medicine, orthopedics, ENT and allergy specialists, internal medicine, and surgery. The hospital provides emergency care round the clock, and an urgent care walk-in clinic is located in the building as well (hours are M-F 9:00 am to 6:30 pm and Saturday and Sunday 10 am to 4 pm). Some major health care functions in Newport are provided outside of the Samaritan umbrella. For example, the main pediatric practice in town, Coastal Pediatrics, is operated independently of SPCH, although it is located right next door to the hospital and the clinicâ€™s doctors have SPCH privileges. There are approximately 25 dental clinics in Newport, including denturists and orthodontists. For eye care, residents have about a half-dozen practices from which to choose. Patients in need of physical therapy or rehabilitation will find many options in town. There are about a half-dozen physical and occupational therapists in Newport, and many more in the surrounding Lincoln County towns. About a dozen chiropractic offices can also be found in Newport. Those seeking alternative medicine approaches will also find clinics that provide acupuncture services and naturopaths practicing in town. A wide selection of massage therapists also practice here, including at a number of small day spas. Mental health care is also available through Samaritan, the Lincoln County Health Department, and private practices. These services include addiction counseling; individual, group, and family counseling; and treatment and support for those with persistent and severe mental illness. The Lincoln County Health Department provides a number of other health-related services that contribute significantly to wellness in the community. These services include a comprehensive public health program including flu vaccinations, a communicable diseases unit, care for those with HIV/AIDS, and family home visits for first-time parents. The county also provides a number of education programs, including a tobacco prevention program. The Portland VA Medical Center maintains a small clinic in Newport, providing primary care, laboratory services, and 30- www.newportchamber.org
tele-mental health services for those eligible for veteransâ€™ benefits. Finally, we have ample access to pharmacies, including large outlets like Walmart, Fred Meyer, and Walgreens, as well as multiple options for the purchase of medical equipment and supplies. For more information about health care in Newport, please go to: Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital www.samhealth.org/locations/ samaritanpacificcommunitieshospital Samaritan Health Services www.samhealth.org. Lincoln County Health Department www.lincolncountyhealth.com.
Stepping up our healthcare
Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital is already the top healthcare provider in the county. But in 2017 construction began on a massive, $57 million renovation and expansion on the Newport facility located just off Highway 101 overlooking the Yaquina Bay Bridge. The new hospital will include a brand-new three-story structure featuring a glass galleria, four operating rooms, 39 exam rooms, an Intensive Care Unit, and dozens of new spaces for procedures and consultations. It will connect to the existing two-story facility to make one enormous space employing more than 450 people. Construction is anticipated to take around two years, said Joe Ashcraft, the projectâ€™s architect.
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While Newport's maritime industries and heritage are an integral part of the local landscape today, it took considerable effort to make the small Yaquina Bay a safe haven for seafarers. First came the Yaquina Bay lighthouse to mark the narrow entrance in 1871, then construction of the substantial north and south jetties in the late 1880s and early 1890s to establish a better channel. Those improved the ability of fishermen and sailors to leave and return to port safely, but could provide no succor in times of maritime distress. That took the establishment of the U.S. Lifesaving Service (a founding component of the U.S. Coast Guard) station in South Beach in 1896. Ever since then, the Coast Guard Station Yaquina Bay has played a key role in assisting those in need along this stretch of the central Oregon coast. To keep that in perspective, the Yaquina Bay bar (the natural deposition of materials at the mouth of the river) is considered the second worst for vessels in the United States, after that off the mouth of the much larger Columbia River. If you need proof, buy a copy of the fundraising video available at the station — you’ll be impressed. Under the current command of Chief Warrant Officer Tom Molloy, the roughly 50 regulars and 12 reservists of the station conduct about 200 search and rescue and/or towing operations annually, rescuing vessels that are lost in fog, out of power or fuel, taking on water, on fire, or that have medical emergencies. To perform its duties, Station Yaquina Bay is homeport to two 47’ motor life boats, both a decade old and capable of speeds in excess of 20 knots, with a towing capacity of 150 tons, and a range of 50 nautical miles; a 29’ Response Boat Small for harbor and river work; and the aging (1956) but still valuable, 9 knot, 52’ Special Heavy Weather Boat Victory. She has a range of 150 nautical miles, the ability to tow vessels up to 750 tons, and can still handle 35’ seas and 30’ breaking surf, with the best of the lot. All but the smallest vessels are selfrighting, with everyone aboard strapped in when underway in heavy seas.
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A Reel Adventure in Newport If you’re a real DIY kind of person, you’d rather catch your own fish than buy it at the market or order it in a restaurant. In Newport you can catch your own salmon, crabs, clams, tuna, rockfish, and many other tasty treats. No boat? No problem. It’s easy to reserve yourself a spot on one of Newport’s many charter boats, and chase after delicious quarry with an experienced captain who will put you right on top of the fish. While charter fishing trips go out year-round, summer weather is usually a bit more calm and comfortable for heading out to sea. Depending on the target species, trips can range from three hours for bay crabbing trips to more than 24 hours for offshore tuna in midsummer and fall — no experience required. There are seasons and limited windows to fish for some species. For all of the details on the types and lengths of trips available at a given time, be sure to call the charter company.
quota is reached. Albacore tuna usually show up in June or July and stick around close enough to shore to catch until mid-fall. These gorgeous and delicious fighting fish are caught with either rod and reel or a hand-line. Albacore is a delicacy, whether barbecued, canned, or eaten raw, sushi-style. Newport Tradewinds runs a marathon tuna trip: 33 hours at sea to cover multiple bouts of fishing. Finally, if it’s crab you’re after, you can catch them, too, either on a dedicated bay crabbing trip (for example, Captain’s Reel offers a three-hour crabbing trip) or by adding on ocean crabbing with most of the other types of trips mentioned here, for an extra fee. An Oregon shellfish license is required for crabbing (available from the charter companies), and again, note there are fishery restrictions that the boats will enforce onboard.
Categories to catch Bottomfishing trips, which focus on rockfish and lingcod, generally leave the dock yearround. Most outfits run five-hour and ten-hour bottomfish trips, depending on the time of year and how far offshore you’re interested in venturing. One-day fishing licenses that will cover you for the trip are generally available from the charter companies; boats will inform you of limits on various species. Salmon is the Pacific Northwest’s iconic fish. Summer salmon trips target either coho (midJune to mid-August) or Chinook (June – October). You will need licenses and tags for salmon fishing, but both are available from the charter companies (usually annual licenses are not available for purchase, though). Halibut “openers,” short windows of time during which anglers are allowed to fish for these giant flatfish, are scattered throughout the year, and vary depending on how quickly the
Keep in mind Weather can be stunningly variable at sea. Even the rare warm summer day at the beach can translate into cool temperatures offshore, so dress in layers and in appropriate footwear. Coffee is usually part of most charter deals, but bring your own food and drink. Most charters offer fish cleaning and crab cooking services back at the dock (for a fee). For prices and more specifics, get in touch with the charter companies directly – they’re happy to help find a trip that’s right for you. Always remember, while Newport-based charter boats are usually highly successful, it’s called “fishing,” not “catching.” Just being out on the ocean can be treat enough. Charter captains can’t wait to share the experience with passengers.
For Charter Fishing, Marine Tours, and Guide Service see page 81 under charter services.
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Newport’s “Gentle Giants” Newport is a central hub of whale watching on the Oregon Coast. With several species to be found, our visitor favorite tends to be the 45’ gray whale – easily seen feeding as close as ½ mile offshore in the summer and fall during peak whale watching season. With a 10,000 mile annual migration ranging from the Bering Sea to Baja, they pass south in December, then return north in the spring to the Bering Sea – we can offer great opportunities to experience marine mammals throughout the year from a boat, headlands or beaches.
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Recreation Outdoor Take a Hike! Newport is a beautiful place to hike, especially for families – the terrain is varied and generally not too challenging, the views are spectacular, and a latte or ice cream cone is never very far away. Just to the north and south of the city are some more challenging, longer hikes that would appeal to more serious trekkers. Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area The federal Bureau of Land Management operates the Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area, a spit of land at the north end of town that juts out dramatically into the Pacific, punctuated at the end by the stately and beautiful Yaquina Head Lighthouse. There are a number of short walks and hikes that can be strung together for a complete tour of the headland. A hike up Communications Hill affords some of the best views in Newport. The trail is less than a mile long, moderately steep in places, and traverses a typical shore pine and Sitka spruce forest. Wildlife sightings – grey whales, bald eagles, gorgeous formations of pelicans – are common. While descending stairs doesn’t usually count as taking a hike, the staircases down to Cobble Beach are a bit steep, with a great beach as the payoff at the bottom. The large offshore rock islands often provide haulout areas for harbor seals, and at low tide the tide pools here are some of the best (and most accessible) around. Mike Miller Park and Connected Trails Mike Miller Park in South Beach is a one-mile loop trail that traverses a range of habitats, from an old spruce/fir forest of towering trees to freshwater wetlands. In recent years the Mike Miller loop has been linked to new trails near the Newport campus of Oregon Coast Community College; the trail system can be accessed either from the playground at the Wilder community abutting the college campus or from the Mike Miller trailhead. If you park at the Mike Miller trailhead off of Rte. 101, you can pick up an interpretive brochure and follow the numbered markers along the trail to learn more about this iconic Pacific Northwest ecosystem. In most years ospreys nest in snags in the park’s 40 acres, and other bird life is abundant as well. An observation deck at the park’s wetland area brings hikers closer to the newts, turtles, and ducks that are often found in the water. Terrain is mostly dirt with some gravel and a few small bridges crossing over creeks or particularly wet areas. South Beach State Park South Beach State Park maintains a range of trails, including a flat, paved bike trail perfect for bikes, scooters, strollers, and rollerblades. Skirting the edge of the park’s campground is the Cooper Ridge Nature Trail, a 1.75-mile loop through forest and meadow habitats. Terrain is dirt and sand, and there are a few moderately challenging hills. The South Jetty Trail, a paved ADA-accessible path, is a one-mile link between the park and the South Jetty recreation area. The Old Jetty Trail is another wooded alternative, which basically parallels the paved trail but goes through the shore pine forest and dune habitats of the park. Beaver Creek State Natural Area Eight miles south of Newport is the relatively new Beaver Creek State Natural Area, which is laced with gorgeous upland meadow trails. Trails start from the Visitor Center, or from a less well-marked parking area on South Beaver Creek Road. Hikers will almost surely see evidence of the elk herds that frequent the park, and perhaps signs of other wildlife – bears, raptors, deer, river otters, and even cougar and bobcat – as well. 36- www.newportchamber.org
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Recreation Beachy Keen
The beaches are the main event in Newport Visitors come to Newport for many reasons – restaurants, attractions like the Oregon Coast Aquarium, fishing opportunities, the shops of the Bayfront and Nye Beach – but everyone knows that the main attraction is the beach. Locals love it. Visitors love it. We all walk and surf and fly kites and romp and picnic and dig and beachcomb and escape there. But which beach to choose for a given outing? Here’s an insider’s guide to the beaches of Newport, each a bit different from the next, and each absolutely stunning. Beverly Beach ACCESS: From the Beverly Beach State Park Day Use Area, easy access over mostly level ground and a few rocks AMENITIES: Campground, bathrooms, picnic tables, water fountain, nature center (at state park) DON’T MISS: Fossils! At the northern end of Newport is Beverly Beach, accessed easily at the day use area of Beverly Beach State Park at 123rd Street. The entrance to the beach is right next to Spencer Creek, which winds through the state park and empties onto the sand. What really sets Beverly Beach apart is its rich trove of fossils that erodes out of the cliffs lining the beach. Winter storms eat away at the cliffs and then deposit these ancient treasures on the beach. You can find clams and other shellfish from the Astoria formation, about 18 million years old, as well as rarer finds like whale vertebrae, crabs, and shark teeth.
AMENITIES: Bathrooms and picnic tables at the Agate Beach Wayside. New bathrooms and hot showers have recently been added to the north entrance as well! DON’T MISS: Surfers near Yaquina Head While agates are actually rare on Agate Beach these days, it has much, much more to offer. When the summer wind comes from the north, Yaquina Head provides a wind break at the north end of the beach, allowing it to really heat up at that spot even when people are shivering in their fleeces a short distance to the south. One of the most popular activities at this beach is surfing, particularly at the north end of the beach. The rocks near the headland, exposed at low tide, hide crabs and other animals seemingly placed there just to delight children with buckets.
Nye Beach ACCESS: The main access to Nye Beach is at the Nye Beach Turnaround in the neighborhood of Nye Beach. Access is very easy – just a very short ramp from the parking lot and you’re on the sand. AMENITIES: Bathrooms and picnic tables at the Turnaround, as well as a foot wash.
Moolack Beach ACCESS: Multiple fairly steep trails from the official parking area can be slippery – take care scrambling down AMENITIES: None DON’T MISS: The opportunity for a long walk with a view to Yaquina Head Just south of Beverly Beach and north of Yaquina Head is Moolack Beach. Moolack is also a good place for fossil- and agatehunting, as well as a surfing destination. The best thing about this uncrowded beach is that it provides a wide, flat space for kite flying, sand castle building, Frisbee tossing, and other typical beach activities. Cobble Beach at Yaquina Head ACCESS: Stairs, stairs, stairs AMENITIES: Bathrooms at the Visitor Center and near the lighthouse, interpretive displays and small gift shop at the Visitor Center DON’T MISS: Tide pools Among the treasures of the Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area is Cobble Beach, where the beach consists of largish volcanic smooth, black stones rather than sand. Past the cobbles are some of the best tide pools in the area, accessible at low tide and home to a near-infinite variety of sea anemones, sea stars, urchins, nudibranchs, crabs, mussels, and other critters. The towering offshore rocks here provide habitat for nesting birds in the summer time, and seals frequently haul out and rest on the smaller offshore rocks and also on the shore at the north end of the beach. Agate Beach ACCESS: Three access points along the length of the beach: the Agate Beach Wayside on Oceanview Drive, the Lucky Gap trail with parking at the south end of the Roby’s Furniture parking lot on Hwy 101, and down a brand new set of stairs near the north end of the beach. At all access points a creek usually needs to be crossed to get to the surf line – usually at the Wayside it’s either small enough to jump across or someone has laid wood across it. 38- www.newportchamber.org
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DON’T MISS: Jumpoff Joe
Nye Beach is probably the most visited beach in Newport, as it is easily accessible and adjacent to the funky neighborhood of Nye Beach. To the north of the turnaround is the remains of Jumpoff Joe, what used to be a sandstone sea stack that has since eroded away. Coffee, pastries, ice cream, and more can all be purchased nearby and snacked on at the beach. Yaquina Bay State Park ACCESS: Stairs, some paved walkway, and trails through the dunes AMENITIES: Bathrooms and picnic area near the parking lot, Yaquina Bay Lighthouse, Fishermen’s Memorial Sanctuary DON’T MISS: Walking through the dunes The next beach access as you head south is at Yaquina Bay State Park, home of the Yaquina Bay Lighthouse (Not to be confused with Yaquina Head). From the main parking area you can look down on the entrance to Yaquina Bay and watch the boats come and go, and get a great view of the Yaquina Bay Bridge. Unique to this beach is the walk through the dunes to reach the shore. You can also walk part of the way out onto the rock jetty on the north side of the bay entrance. The bay entrance itself is a constant source of entertainment, with boats coming and going, seals and sea lions foraging, and a wide array of marine birds diving, swimming, and swooping.. South Beach ACCESS: Easy access over a dune trail at the day use area of South Beach State Park south of the bridge
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AMENITIES: Bathrooms and picnic tables, campground, paved and unpaved nature trails behind the dunes DON’T MISS: Walking and biking trails South Beach is perfect for walking, surfing, boogie boarding, and just about any other beach activity you like. To the north of the beach access is the south jetty at the entrance to Yaquina Bay. The special bonus at South Beach is the set of trails, both paved and unpaved, that parallels the shore just behind the dunes. These trails, which include a great paved path perfect for family bike rides and the Cooper Ridge hiking trail, connect South Beach State Park with the South Jetty recreation area, as well as with the campground within the park.
Ona Beach ACCESS: Short walk from parking lot (8 miles south of Newport) over the bridge spanning Beaver Creek, easy footing to get onto the beach AMENITIES: Bathrooms and picnic tables near the parking area, boat launch across Rte. 101 DON’T MISS: Beaver Creek Ona Beach State Park, now called Brian Booth State Park, is the gateway to activities of both salt and freshwater. From the park’s beach access you can walk far to the south. When winter storms scour sand off the beach, gorgeous rock formations are revealed. Beaver Creek spills out onto the beach here, flowing under a picturesque bridge and over rocks to empty into the ocean. Slightly further upstream the creek provides excellent opportunities for canoeing and kayaking through productive and spectacular wetlands teeming with life.
Recreation Surf’s Up!
Travel to Newport for year ‘round surfing Oregon’s spectacular and beautiful surf is a magnet for camera buffs, artists and soul-searchers. For a growing number of people, however, the powerful elegance of an ocean wave is more than an art form that touches the psyche. It’s a tubemonster, man, a surging mountain of fun that demands to be ridden in all its chilly bluster. Some of the Pacific’s finest waves dissolve on the sandy, uncrowded beaches of Oregon, but it’s only been in the last 10 years or so that surfing has gained momentum as a year ‘round sport here. Today, a 35-mile stretch of surf between Newport and Lincoln City is a relative hotbed of surfing action – relative, compared to Santa Cruz or Waimea Bay, where surfers bob elbow-to-elbow and fight each other to ride the waves. To many, Oregon’s nippy surf has always loomed like a jewel behind glass – close, powerful and beckoning, but impossible to touch for all but the hardiest who could endure its cold edge. Long a bastion of hard-core surfers who braved its Endless Winter waters, surfing was considered more spectator sport than participant activity. But that’s all changed, according to Mike Olsen, one of the local old-school surfers who knows all the breaks from South Beach to Roads End. The advent of new wet suit technology has opened the door to surfing waters that are reliably cold 12 months a year, he observed. “In the early 80’s it was rare to see a car with a board on top cruising down Hwy. 101,” Olsen said. “Today, you may see a dozen cars jammed along a turnout, with surfers bobbing in the water and riding the waves. The reason for the growth is the development of really good-quality wet suits, and of course the rise in popularity overall of surfing.” “A lot of California surfers settled in Portland to follow their careers,” Olsen said. “Their kids – who had grown up on Dad’s surfing tales of the 60s and 70s – saw those movies and told pop to teach them the sport. Now it’s a family event, with the parents and the kids discovering a sport they can all participate in and have fun. The sport offers great exercise – like swimming, it uses most of the body’s muscles – and surfers agree it’s a major stressreducer. Surfing lessons at Newport surf shops are inexpensive and fun and are crucial in teaching novice surfers how to deal with hazardous surfing conditions, like rip tides. You can always go out and learn with someone who knows what they’re doing, but a two-hour lesson is the best way. Otherwise, you may just end up struggling. Beginners usually start out with a nine-foot rental board. Many first-time surfers “Jones out” on the sport and return to buy brand new boards the same afternoon, which start at about $450. Even more critical than the board is the wet suit – look for one that’s at least 5 mils thick, and is full-bodied with a hood and booties. Good surfing can be found almost anywhere along dozens of beaches around Newport. Some favorites are Agate Beach, South Beach, and Otter Rock. Shifting sands that play havoc with “the break” and seasonal changes in the currents make a call to a favorite surf shop a mandatory routine. You can waste a gallon or two of gas just looking for waves, so give the local surf shops a call, first. 40- www.newportchamber.org
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Thanks to its large range of habitats, from coastal forests to beaches to wetlands, Newport is a birders’ paradise. Here is a brief guide to some of the prime birding spots around town and what you can find at each: Beverly Beach State Park Great examples of shorebirds and other marine species can be observed at the expansive beach here (and at Newport’s other beaches as well). Look for Western and Hermann’s Gulls, Common Loons, and Brown Pelicans flying by, and sanderling, whimbrel, and Western Sandpiper on the sand. In the park and campground, you can find Pileated Woodpecker, Band-tailed Pigeon, Swainson’s Thrush, Pacific Slope Flycatchers, Brown Creepers, and Wilson’s Warbler. Yaquina Head This site has been designated a Globally Important Bird Area. From April through July, thousands of Common Murres and many cormorants, both Brandts and Pelagic, will be seen on nearby offshore rocks. On the cliffs gulls, Pigeon Guillemots, and Pelagic Cormorants maintain precarious nests. Bald Eagles are a common summertime sight, as they prey on the young seabirds on the offshore rocks. Other summer birds include Black Oystercatchers, Western Gulls, and Brown Pelicans. Winter birds include Rednecked and Western Grebe and Common Loon. If you’re very lucky, you could spot an occasional Marbled Murrelet or Peregrine Falcon. Bay Road Yaquina Bay Road, extending from the Bayfront neighborhood to Toledo, is a great place to spot a range of birds year-round. According to the web site of the Oregon Coast Birding Trail (www.oregoncoastbirding.com), “…birding is very good along the entire length of Yaquina Bay Road and best from fall to spring. Stop at pullouts along the way to view loons, grebes, ducks and gulls.” Other species that frequent the bay here include brandt, Great Blue Heron, Great Egret, Green Heron, and Snowy Egret. Winter birds include Dunlin, Western and Least Sandpiper, and Black Turnstones. One muststop spot on the road is Sally’s Bend, near the LNG tanks (1702 Yaquina Bay Road). “Walk west of the road to view terrestrial birds like Western Meadowlark, Northern Shrike, Killdeer, and Wilson’s Snipe, American Pipit and Western Kingbird in spring,” advises the Oregon Coast Birding Trail web site. Other likelies are Bald Eagles and a range of waterbirds in spring (canvasback, American Wigeon, scoters, mergansers, and grebes among them). Belted Kingfishers are often found on the powerlines along the bay side of the road. Estuary Trail The Estuary Trail traverses the edge of Yaquina Bay on the campus of the Hatfield Marine Science Center in South Beach. This trail is a feast at any time of year. In winter, “check bushes and pines for Palm Warbler and the fields for Savannah Sparrow. Fall brings Western Meadowlark. These grounds are well known for vagrants during migration like Sage Thrasher, Mountain Bluebird, and Say’s Phoebe. On the mudflats in fall, waterfowl are abundant… Peak shorebird migration is late April; expect Dunlin, Western and Least Sandpiper, Semipalmated Plover, Whimbrel, and Longbilled Curlew,” advises the Oregon Coast Birding Trail. Birds of prey, including Bald Eagle, Merlin, and White-tailed Kite are seen here as well. South Jetty Many habitats come together at the South Jetty at the mouth of Yaquina Bay and the trails that extend from there south to South Beach State Park. Along the South Jetty Road, look for loons, cormorants, Pigeon Guillemots, and Harlequin Ducks. The coastal dunes along the paved walking trail offer the opportunity to spy a range of species, including swallows, flycatchers, and Cedar Waxwing. Some winters, Snowy Owls have been found in the dunes. For more detailed information about birding spots and species, go to the Oregon Coast Birding Trail website at www.oregoncoastbirding.com. 42- www.newportchamber.org
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Pedal-Pushing Paradise Biking around Newport
Whether you’ve got a sleek, speedy road bike, a tricked-out mountain bike, or a touring bike with a tinkly bell and a wicker basket on the handlebars, there’s a ride for you in and around Newport. Bike rides in the Newport area include road rides with and without killer hills, beautiful paved bike paths, and gnarly trails that include everything from gravel road to single track. A lovely, flat, family-friendly ride is found at South Beach State Park, where a one-mile paved trail runs from the day use area parking lot to the South Jetty parking area. The trail is protected from the summer wind, but the ocean is always nearby — multiple beach access points and an interpretive boardwalk along the trail can make for great side trips. This ride can hook up to the paved trails along the south side of Yaquina Bay all the way to the NOAA facility, and even out to Idaho Point on flat, wide roads along the bay and King Slough. If you want to get out into the woods on mountain bike trails, there are a number of options. A gravel and dirt road extends from Big Creek Park along the shore of Newport’s drinking water reservoir, an out-and-back ride of a little less than 4 miles (please respect private property, which begins at the yellow gate at the end of the road). You can add about 1.5 miles on to this ride by riding on dirt, gravel, and boardwalks on the Ocean to Bay trail from Big Creek Park to Agate Beach and back.
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More serious mountain bikers can apply for a free permit to ride a web of trails accessible behind Oregon Coast Community College in South Beach. These trails are the site of the annual Coast Hills Classic mountain bike race that takes place in muddy May. There are also extensive trails at Olalla Lake in nearby Toledo. Road riders will enjoy the Lighthouse to Lighthouse ride, which follows a significant stretch of oceanfront, punctuated at either end by a spectacular lighthouse. This moderately challenging route runs the length of the Nye Beach neighborhood, offering a good workout along with its gorgeous views. A short stretch of Highway 101 is necessary on this ride. Keep in mind that the Lighthouse Drive piece of the ride, which extends from Highway 101 to the Yaquina Head Lighthouse, is only accessible during the operating hours of the Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area. Another great road option is the Bay Road between Newport’s Bayfront and the city of Toledo. Wide, flat, and low-traffic for most of the ride, this trek takes riders from the scent of saltwater taffy and the bustle of the Bayfront’s restaurants and shops, through the quiet stillness of Yaquina Bay’s backwaters, to the industrial waterfront of Toledo. In need of a bike rental, gear, or a cold beer after the ride? Head to Bike Newport, Newport’s excellent full-service bike shop, on 6th Street.
Recreation Keep your Fitness on Track at the Newport Recreation Center
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The City of Newport operates the Newport Recreation Center, a 45,000-square foot municipal facility that has everything you need to work up a sweat. You can walk or run on the indoor track, work out on the weight machines, play basketball, join a fitness class, or dive into a brand-new world-class swimming pool. Gyms The Rec Center has two gyms: a full-size gym for basketball, volleyball, and other sports, and a smaller multi-purpose space used for rollerblading, indoor soccer, gymnastics, toddler play equipment during “Indoor Park” times, and other activities. Both are available to use on a drop-in basis if they are not scheduled for a formal activity. Come shoot some hoops, practice your roller-blading, or bring the little ones to Indoor Park where slides, tunnels, balls, and ride-in cars are provided. Cardio/Strength Training Area Forty-nine strength training and cardio machines are stationed upstairs in the workout area, including elliptical machines, treadmills, recumbent bikes, upright bikes, a stair climber, rowing machines, and strength-training machines. You can also use a large selection of free weights, benches, fitness balls, kettle bells, mats, and other equipment. Certified Personal Trainers are available upon request. A circuit training room and a two-lane track for walking and running are also available. Other Spaces The Rec Center also houses two mirrored dance studio/ aerobics rooms. Many classes and activities offered at the Rec Center, some of which are free for annual pass holders – others welcome drop-in participants with varying dropin fees. Join the fun in a zumba, stretching, pilates, or cardio fitness class. Pickle ball (a fast-paced racquet sport) welcomes players at a variety of times depending on skill level. The Rec Center additionally offers classrooms and meeting rooms, all of which are available to rent for classes, meetings, birthday parties, and other gatherings. Lockers, showers, and changing rooms are also provided for your convenience.
Make a splash at the Newport Aquatic Center In February 2017, the city of Newport opened a brand-new, $9.2 million aquatic center featuring multiple components – swimmers can enjoy the lap pool, the zero-entry pool for therapy or recreation, and a current channel that connects the two bodies of water. More about relaxing than exercising? Take a soak in the therapeutic hot tub also housed in the facility. The project had the support of the community, which voted in 2013 for an $8 million bond measure to cover the majority of construction costs. Crews broke ground on the project in October 2015 and, after a few tweaks and hiccups, opened the pool up to swimmers young and old 16 months later. Newport celebrated the grand opening with the unveiling of an art installation, “Happy People,” designed by famed metal sculpturist CJ Rench. 44- www.newportchamber.org
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Park it in Newport Newport offers a large range of parks and open spaces, ranging from sports fields to undeveloped forestlands. A number of local parks are maintained by the City of Newport, including: Agate Beach Neighborhood Park and Dog Park (1 acre) 185 NW 60th St. Features a dog park, covered picnic shelter, small playing field, picnic tables, BBQ grill, play structure and restrooms. Betty Wheeler Memorial Field (2.8 acres) 852 NW Nye St. between NW 8th and 10th Two ball fields, restrooms, and concession stand (in-season). Big Creek Park (2.5 acres) 2510 NE Big Creek Rd., (near City Reservoir) Picnic and playground facilities include slides, swings, climbing structure, picnic tables, volleyball net, BBQ grills, and covered picnic shelter. The shelter can be reserved; reservations are recommended May - November. Don Davis Park (2 acres) 832 W Olive St. (Restroom) 840 W Olive St. (Gazebo) Vietnam Veterans Memorial, gazebo, cobblestone pathway with beach access and sitting areas. Forest Park (80+ acres) This gorgeous forested tract runs between Big Creek Park and the old municipal swimming pool. A wide walking trail winds climbs through Sitka spruce forest. Founding Rock (0.7 acre) 511 SW Coast Hwy Historic downtown sitting area. Frank V. Wade Memorial Park (8.8 acres) 1445 NE Big Creek Rd. Baseball and softball fields, four tennis courts, playground equipment, community garden, Summer Activity Club Headquarters, restrooms, landscaped walkways, and picnic tables.
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Literacy Park (1 acre) 370 W Olive St. behind the Newport Public Library Amphitheater and recreation area Mombetsu Sister City Park (0.6 acre) 620 SW Neff Way Japanese garden park dedicated to Newportâ€™s Sister City, Mombetsu, Japan. Nye Beach Turnaround (.46 acre) NW Beach Dr. Beach access, parking, picnic tables and central to Nye Beach business district. Ocean to Bay Trail (.67 mile) Trail runs from Big Creek Park west through the Agate Beach Wayside tunnel and on to Agate Beach. Includes boardwalks and bridges, and winds through forested areas and over creek. State Park restrooms located at Agate Beach Wayside. Sam Moore Parkway (5.73 acres) 656 NW High St. (between Betty Wheeler & NW High Street) Natural canyon with walking trail, play structure, picnic area, and sports park bowls. Wilder Twin Park 625 SE 43rd St. Features a kidsâ€™ play area with a covered picnic table and trailhead to wooded trails, as well as a Frisbee golf course across the street. Wilder Dog Park (.7 acre) 40th St. close to Community College Campus The Wilder dog park features a transitional entry and exit corral and a water spigot for animals. Coast Park (2 acres) 100 SW Coast St. next to the Performing Arts Center State of the art play equipment, a magnificently detailed shipwreck, a wetland garden and more.
Doing Business in Newport
Doing business in Newport Newport, Ore. isn’t just a great place to live and raise a family — it's an area full of opportunity for business growth and prosperity. The city is located in Lincoln County, along Oregon's Central Coast, at the confluence of the Yaquina River and the Pacific Ocean. The beauty of the Pacific Ocean and the scenic coastal beaches attract people to this port city of 10,100. It is no surprise that Newport has been named as one of the “Paradise Found: 12 Great Towns You Could Call Home” in Pacific Northwest Magazine. The Pacific Ocean, award winning sandy ocean beaches, abundant wilderness areas, and national forests are a few of the natural advantages that the area offers. The 992 square miles of Lincoln County also encompass mountainous, wooded terrain, steep ridges, winding inland valleys, and level river flood plains. Newport is situated in the central region of Lincoln County, which also includes the cities of Depoe Bay, Lincoln City, Newport, Siletz, Toledo, Waldport and Yachats, and the communities of Chitwood, Seal Rock, Eddyville, Otis, and Tidewater.
Newport, the county seat of Lincoln County, is the business heart of the county. Most commercial and retail development is on the Historic Bayfront and along Highway 101, which bisects the city. Newport is a transportation hub, with state highway routes to the north, south, and east, an airport, and an excellent port with a deep-water international terminal. The city is a progressively growing community committed to preserving the treasures of the Oregon coast while creating a thriving business environment and keeping businesses viable and competitive. The stable population growth, breathtaking environment, and continued economic vitality of the Newport area has made it an ideal location for business to thrive. This publication is intended to provide an overview of the business and economic climate of Newport and Lincoln County. All available information is Lincoln County data, unless Newport specific numbers were available. Further information may be obtained from the Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce, 555 SW Coast Hwy, Newport OR 97365, 1-800-262-7844.
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Commercial Fishing Commercial fishing in Oregon is a significant contributor to Oregonâ€™s coastal and state economy. Approximately 250 commercial fishing vessels are home-ported in Lincoln County, the majority of which are based in Newport (some are also based in Depoe Bay and Toledo). The county houses double that number of commercial fishing vessels, representing vessels that are home-ported elsewhere but fish here. Vessels range in size from 18 to 126 feet, and are valued at $5,000 to $3 million. A few of these vessels are distant water vessels that spend the majority of their fishing year in Alaska, returning to Lincoln County for maintenance and repairs and, in some cases, to participate in the Dungeness crab and whiting fisheries. Most of the commercial fishing fleet fishes locally and sells their catch to buyers in this area. In 2015 ex-vessel value of Newportâ€™s commercial landings was $33.5 million, second only to Astoria in the state. Dungeness crab was the highest value species harvested, with an ex-vessel value of $3.8 million for 2015, the highest of any Oregon port. Distant water commercial fishing vessels, from 75 to 126 feet in length, fishing primarily in Alaska, contribute an additional $32 million per year to the Lincoln County economy. In 2013, Newport ranked 13th in the nation for seafood landings by weight and 19th by income.
15. The majority of the catch occurs during the first two months of the season. Most vessels participate in a combination of other fisheries during various times of the year. Crabbers are rigged with a large hydraulic block mounted just behind the pilothouse used to haul in pots. Because the catch is delivered to the market live, the vessels have a circulating seawater system in their holds. Most pots are circular, measure three to four feet across, and weigh from 75 to 120 pounds. Tunnels on opposite sides allow crabs to enter the trap, and a ring on the top gives undersized crabs an escape route. The traps are baited with herring, squid, or razor clams. A single line with usually two cylindrical plastic buoys is attached to the trap. Crab boats typically have a two- to four-person crew. The crew pushes the pots over one at a time as the vessel follows a particular depth line, usually between 3 and 80 fathoms. Pots are retrieved one at a time by snagging the buoy line with a hooked pole. Each vessel is allowed to fish a maximum number of pots, each of which can hold up to 60 crabs. When the traps come up, they are emptied, the catch is sorted, and the pot is rebaited. Crab pots are checked every one to seven days, depending on fishing conditions.
Trawlers A trawler is a vessel that drags a funnel-shaped net through water to harvest fish or shrimp. The net is wide at the mouth, and tapers back to a narrow end that collects the catch. The average bottom trawl opening is 40 to 60 feet wide and 8 to 10 feet tall. Bottom trawlers usually tow their nets at 1 to 2 knots on or above the ocean floor, although fishermen might tow midwater trawls faster to catch fasterswimming schooling fish. Bottom trawlers tow the net along the ocean floor to catch fish that live on or just off the bottom. These fish include rockfish, cod, sablefish (black cod), ocean perch, flounder, and sole. Tow times can last from 30 minutes to several hours. Depths can range from 5 to 700 fathoms (a fathom equals six feet). Bottom trawlers typically fish from 1 to 40 miles offshore. Midwater trawlers tow a net off the stern from just above the bottom to just below the surface. They harvest fish traveling in schools, such as Pacific whiting. The fishermen use electronic equipment to find and stay with the fish. One tow may yield 50 tons of fish.
Major Fisheries and Vessel Types Long-liners Long-lining involves using a longline (ground line) with baited hooks on leaders attached at intervals. Sablefish (black cod) and halibut are caught on longline gear. The longline is stretched over the bottom, anchored at each end, and marked by surface buoys, poles, and flags. Longline boats have a distinctive appearance â€” the boats have a baiting tent, shed, or table on the stern, while chutes and pulleys are visible and are used in hauling or setting out the longline. A halibut groundline might cover three miles with up to 800 hooks, and take three hours to retrieve. The lines are set in 30 to 150 fathoms (1 fathom equals 6 feet) and soaked 6 to 12 hours before hauling. In the longline fishery, spacing for sablefish is much closer than for halibut, with hooks every 3 or 4 feet. They are fished at 100 to 400 fathoms. Sablefish are soft mouthed and can wiggle free of hooks. They also can be consumed by bottom dwellers, so the lines are hauled after four to six hours. The crew baits the hooks, often using herring, octopus, and cod. Most sablefish are beheaded and gutted, frozen, and exported to Japanese markets. Traps Pot fishermen use baited traps to catch Dungeness crab and sablefish (also known as black cod). Dungeness crabbing is seasonal, usually from December 1 to August 48- www.newportchamber.org
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Shrimpers Pacific pink shrimp are smaller than the peel-and-eat variety most people are used to — they are sometimes called popcorn or cocktail shrimp or, mistakenly, bay shrimp. Shrimp live at depths of 40 to 150 fathoms. Shrimpers, who fish from April 1 through October 31, tow one or two small-meshed (1 1/2-inch) nets just above the ocean floor. Single-rigged shrimpers tow one net off the stern, like bottom draggers, and store the net on a stern-mounted reel. Double-rigged shrimpers tow one net off each side of the vessel. The nets have “tickler chains” attached to the footrope, which drag along the muddy bottom to stir the shrimp up off the bottom. On board, the shrimp are emptied from the net onto a shallow sorting table or dumped into a temporary storage hopper and then sorted mechanically. Pacific shrimp are processed onshore through a cooking and peeling process, and then shipped fresh or frozen. Tuna Trollers A troller fishes for albacore tuna, as for salmon, by towing a number of lures through the water. Albacore trollers tow artificial lures on the surface at faster speeds (from four to eight knots) than those used for salmon, to catch fast-moving, hard-hitting tuna. Action can be fast and furious, with fishermen pulling in fish as fast as they can. A day’s catch can range from nothing to several hundred fish. A good day’s catch might be 300 tuna, with individual
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fish weighing up to 30 pounds. Albacore trollers, called jig boats, tow 10 to 20 lines of varying lengths from the outriggers and stern. A tag line is used to pull the fishing line within reach, where a mechanical reel is then used to bring the fish the rest of the way in. Each fish is landed by hand, unhooked, and then bled and prepared for icing or freezing. Albacore boats are from 38 to 100 feet long and have a crew of two to three fishermen. The larger vessels can range hundreds of miles offshore, and a trip can last a month or more. Albacore usually arrive in the summer with the warm current from Japan and leave in the fall, but water conditions influence whether and when they appear off the Oregon coast. Salmon Trollers Salmon trollers supply fresh Chinook salmon to markets. The boats vary in size from 18-foot day boats to trip boats up to 60 feet. Smaller vessels return to port daily whereas larger vessels might stay at sea up to eight days. A troller fishes for salmon by towing a number of lures or baited hooks through the water. The gear is built to withstand the shock of hard-striking fish, and many of the vessels have a trolling pit in the stern so that fishermen can steer while operating the gear. Stainless steel lines are fished from each outrigger. Two to six lines are used, and each line is limited to four lures on monofilament leaders (spreads) attached at intervals of two to four fathoms. To spread out the lures and to prevent tangles, the crew uses float bags to float up to two lines per side behind the boat.
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Newport’s Marine Science Economy Newport residents have always made a living from the sea. Fishing is in our history and in our blood, and our tourism economy relies heavily on our gorgeous beaches. Another ocean-related economic engine here is marine science, a major and growing sector of our economy. From cutting-edge research to ocean monitoring to innovative educational approaches, we make it our business to learn about the ocean and educate children and adults about its mysteries.
Hatfield Marine Science Center Oregon State University’s (OSU) Hatfield Marine Science Center (HMSC) is the centerpiece of this sector. Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2015, HMSC employs about 300 scientists, educators, students, and support staff. In addition to OSU faculty members based at HMSC, many government agencies are co-located on the South Beach campus, including personnel from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, the U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service, the U. S. Department of Agriculture, the U. S. Geological Survey, and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. The overall budget of the center, including both OSU and agency budgets, is approximately $46 million. The cuttingedge research at HMSC includes studies of salmon genetics, impacts of ocean acidification on fish and shellfish, underwater volcanoes, oyster nutrition, marine mammal migrations, and more. OSU’s College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences operates three research vessels that dock at or near the marine science center: The 54-foot Elakha, used for coastal work, and the 177-foot Oceanus for work offshore, and the R/V Pacific Storm, a retrofitted trawler. OSU is planning an extensive expansion of the HMSC facility, mission, and programs. The goal of the initiative is to integrate all of OSU’s ocean-related offerings and expand the Newport campus to accommodate 500 students in residence per year Plans call for expanded facilities, including extensive classroom, office, and laboratory space. Hatfield also offers public education via its Oregon Sea Grantrun Visitor Center. The Visitor Center doubles as a laboratory, where OSU faculty and graduate students study how people learn in informal learning environments. National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Another element of the marine science cluster in Newport is the NOAA Marine Operations Center – Pacific (MOC-P), the headquarters of the entire Pacific fleet of NOAA research vessels, in South Beach close to HMSC. Five research vessels dock in at the Newport facility, which is staffed by 175 people (not all of whom are residents of Lincoln County). These vessels map the ocean floor to create nautical charts, conduct fisheries surveys, and serve as platforms for government and university research. The Ocean Observatories Initiative The Ocean Observatories Initiative of the National Science Foundation is a networked system of cutting-edge sensors that monitors the chemistry and biology of the ocean and seafloor. One set of these instruments, part of the so-called “Endurance Array,” is located offshore of Newport, including cabled arrays of sensors and standalone buoys. The array has a life span of 50- www.newportchamber.org
25 years, with an NSF investment of approximately $60 million per year.
Northwest Association of Networked Ocean Observing Systems The Northwest Association of Networked Ocean Observing Systems (NANOOS) is the Regional Association of the national Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) in the Pacific Northwest. It’s a partnership of over 40 entities, including industry, state agencies, local governments, tribes, nongovernment organizations, and educational institutions, which work together to provide intensive monitoring of the marine environment.
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) runs the Coastal Discovery Center at Camp Gray, a year-round residential camp in Newport that runs outdoor lessons with kids. First opened in spring 2016, the camp covers 20 acres, can house over 150 children, and includes three classrooms.
Economic impact A 2011 analysis estimated that the overall indirect spending resulting from the marine science and education sector was $55 million, creating a total of 1200 jobs in the region. The sector represents 6 percent of the county’s economy (as of 2013).
The Yaquina Bay Ocean Observing Initiative (YBOOI) is committed to pursuing collaborative economic development opportunities for Newport and Lincoln County related to ocean observing activities. YBOOI, the Chamber of Commerce, the City of Newport, Lincoln County, and the Port of Newport are all committed to encouraging businesses to relocate or grow in Newport and on the central coast in general. For more information about the entities described here, please see:
Hatfield Marine Science Center hmsc.oregonstate.edu Ocean Observatories Initiative oceanobservatories.org NANOOS www.nanoos.org NOAA MOC-P www.moc.noaa.gov/MOC-P/mop.html Oregon Sea Grant/HMSC Visitor Center: hmsc.oregonstate.edu/visitor/ Oregon Museum of Science and Industry www.omsi.edu Yaquina Bay Ocean Observing Initiative ybooi.org Photo: Nathan Howard
Financial Sector The financial needs of Newport residents and businesses are well served by a variety of financial institutions. The city has eight bank branches located throughout town. Three of these are Oregon-based institutions, catering to the business and consumer needs of Oregonians. There are also large national institutions: U.S. Bank and JP Morgan Chase Bank. Newport also has Oregon State Credit Union* and TLC, A Division of Fibre Federal Credit Union*. The broad range of banking options assures borrowing needs, including mortgage and business borrowing, can be met without leaving town. To serve our growing population, Newport has many talented and well-qualified financial planners and CPAs who combine top-notch professional expertise with small-town service. Whether you are relocating your business, thinking of a start-up, buying a vacation home, or looking to retire to Newport, make sure to visit these categories in our Membership Listing to find that special person to handle all of your financial questions.
Retail Newport’s retail landscape includes everything from “big box” stores like Wal-Mart and Fred Meyer to small outlets selling everything from used books to upscale clothing to wine. We have five major grocery stores (Fred Meyer, Safeway, JC Market Thriftway, Grocery Outlet Bargain Market and Cash and Carry; WalMart carries extensive grocery offerings as well), as well as an Asian market (Mai’s Asian Market), natural foods co-op (Oceana Natural Foods), and many smaller grocery and convenience stores.
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Source: FDIC.gov. – June 30, 2016 Retail sales in Newport in 2012 totaled $260,020,000. Retail sales per capita in the same year were $25,958, according to the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau. In 2013, retail trade comprised 12 percent of our industry and 7 percent of residents were employed in sales-related occupations, according to data from www.city-data.com.
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Newport Housing and Real Estate All data from the U.S. Census Bureau 2011-2015 American Community Survey 5-year Estimates Households And Families: In 2015 there were an estimated 4,502 households in Newport. The average estimated household size was 2.19 people. In 2009-13, Families made up 59.4% of the households in Newport. This figure includes married-couple families (41.4%). Nonfamily households made up 40.6% of all households in Newport. Housing Characteristics: In 2011-15, Newport had an estimated total of 5,668 housing units. Of the total housing units, 51.4% were single unit detached structures, 37.2% were single-unit attached and multi-unit structures, 9.6% were mobile homes, and 1.7% were boats or RVs. 31.7% of the housing units were built since 1990. Occupied Housing Unit Characteristics: In 2015, Newport had an estimated 4,502 occupied housing units â€“ 2,250 (50.0%) owneroccupied and 2,252 (50.0%) renter-occupied. 3.7% of households did not have telephone service and 6.4% did not have access to a vehicle for private use. 45.1% had access to one vehicle, 33.5% had two vehicles available, and 15.1% had three or more. Housing Costs: In 2015 the median monthly estimated housing cost for mortgaged owners was $1,388, for non-mortgaged owners it was $510, and for renters it was $832. 54.2% of owner-occupied units have owners with mortgages and 45.8% have owners without mortgages. Of owners with a mortgage, 40.3% spend 30% or more of their household income on housing; 50.7% of renters spend more than 30% of their income on housing (excluding units where SMOCAPI and GRAPI cannot be computed).
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Things to Do and See in Newport Tourism Tourism thrives in Newport because there is so much to do and see here. Approximately two to three million people a year come for the beaches, the scenery, the attractions, the activities, the culinary opportunities, the beer, or just to get away. Newport appeals to “kids” of all ages. Tourism is a major economic engine for Newport. With over 1,700 lodging rooms throughout the city, one can certainly find a range of accommodations that meets every need. The Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to increasing the frequency and duration of stay for convention, leisure, and group travelers as well as families. While there may be competition with other coastal markets for visitor business, Newport is clearly a great choice. The town is an authentic “boots-on” kind of community, offering a true Oregon Coast experience – the real deal!
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If you have questions related to tourism, or are interested in finding a location in Newport for an event or meeting, please contact Bobbi Price, Festival and Tourism Coordinator at the Newport Chamber of Commerce at (541) 265-8801 or bobbi@ newportchamber.org.
Newport Travel Impacts 2010-2016 (projected) 2010
Total Direct Travel Spending ($Million) Other Travel* 2.5 2.8 2.8 2.8 Total Direct Spending 123.5 127.0 129.9 139.5 Visitor Spending by Commodity Purchased ($Million) Accommodations 28.3 27.6 27.7 31.3 Food Service 28.3 29.0 30.2 32.8 Food Stores 15.6 16.4 17.0 18.0 Local Tran. & Gas 8.9 10.6 10.6 10.6 Arts, Ent. & Rec. 19.7 20.0 20.5 21.7 Retail Sales 20.1 20.6 21.1 22.2 Destination Spending 121.0 124.2 127.0 136.7 Industry Earnings Generated by Travel Spending ($Million) Accom. & Food Serv. 21.3 21.6 22.8 24.8 Arts, Ent. & Rec. 5.7 5.7 6.3 5.4 Retail*** 4.6 4.7 4.8 5.1 Other Travel** 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 Total Direct Earnings 32.2 32.8 34.7 36.0 Industry Employment Generated by Travel Spending (Jobs) Accom. & Food Serv. 990 990 1,000 1,050 Arts, Ent. & Rec. 320 310 360 340 Retail*** 210 220 220 230 Other Travel** 20 20 20 20 Total Direct Employment 1,540 1,540 1,590 1,640 Government Revenue Generated by Travel Spending ($Million) Local Tax Receipts 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.6 State Tax Receipts 2.7 2.9 3.0 3.1 Total Local & State 5.0 5.2 5.3 5.7
34.6 36.6 19.4 10.9 23.3 23.7 148.5
40.7 40.5 20.7 9.4 25.0 25.1 161.2
43.6 42.9 20.9 8.9 25.8 25.5 167.6
26.7 5.3 5.6 0.8 38.4
29.7 7.0 6.1 0.9 43.6
31.6 7.3 6.1 0.9 45.9
1,090 340 250 20 1,700
1,150 400 260 20 1,840
1,180 410 250 20 1,860
2.9 3.3 6.2
3.4 3.7 7.1
3.7 3.8 7.5
Details may not add to totals due to rounding. *Other Travel spending includes ground transportation spending and related impacts for travel to other Oregon visitor destinations, and travel arrangement services. **Other Travel employment and earnings includes all ground transportation, except motor fuel, and travel arrangement services. ***Retail includes gasoline. 54- www.newportchamber.org
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COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS GO-TO SOURCE FOR ARTS INFO OCCA PROMOTES AND PROVIDES HIGH-CALIBER ARTS EXPERIENCES ON THE OREGON COAST. NEWPORT VISUAL ARTS CENTER 777 NW Beach Dr., Newport 541-265-6540
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Things to Do and See in Newport
Guiding Lights Newport’s two lighthouses shine through the darkest, stormiest nights Newport is lucky enough to have two picturesque lighthouses that were historically used to guide and warn ships at sea. These historic treasures are now landmarks and tourist destinations, as well as icons of our beautiful city. Yaquina Bay Lighthouse A piece of Oregon history sits atop a bluff at the mouth of the Yaquina River: the historic Yaquina Bay Lighthouse, built in 1871 and decommissioned in 1874, having been made obsolete by the new Yaquina Head Lighthouse just up the coast a few miles. It was officially restored as a privately maintained aid to navigation on December 7, 1996. This old girl, believed to be the oldest structure in Newport, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It is also the only existing Oregon lighthouse with the living quarters attached, and the only historic wooden Oregon lighthouse still standing. It is also rumored to be haunted, although the haunting story seems to have originated with a fiction short story written in 1899. The Yaquina Bay Lighthouse was restored to its original condition by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD), with the help of many people and agencies, including Friends of Yaquina Lighthouses. Friends of Yaquina Lighthouses is a private 501(c)3 nonprofit organization formed by local citizens to provide and support the restoration, education and
interpretive services of the park. This organization relies heavily on volunteer support in all areas of operation. The official relighting ceremony with the US Coast Guard took place on December 7, 1996. The light, 161 feet above sea level, shines with a steady white light from dusk to dawn (and sometimes on dark days, because it is controlled by a photocell). The Lighthouse is open to the public every day except Christmas, New Year’s Day, and Thanksgiving. Entrance is free by donation. The lighthouse is accessible via paved trails and a walkway leading to the top of the hill within Yaquina Bay State Park, at the north end of the Yaquina Bay Bridge. Access-compromised visitor groups are encouraged to use the large parking lot at the back of the lighthouse (entrance at SW Government and 9th Streets). Inside the lighthouse, two flights of stairs lead to the watch room. The lantern room is not open to the public, but the basement is open and features a video about the lighthouse. The interpretive store offers many educational items about lighthouses and the surrounding coastal habitat. The lighthouse is now surrounded by beautiful Yaquina Bay State Park, which includes walking trails through forested lands, a fishermen’s memorial, a scenic overlook that provides great views of the entrance to Yaquina Bay and the Yaquina Bay Bridge, and beach access.
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Things to Do and See in Newport
Yaquina Head Lighthouse With more than 350,000 visitors a year, the Yaquina Head Lighthouse is one of the West Coastâ€™s most visited lighthouses. Located just north of Newport in the federal Bureau of Land Managementâ€™s Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area, the Yaquina Head Lighthouse was built in 1873, and remains an excellent example of late 1800s lighthouses. At 93 feet, the tower is the tallest lighthouse in Oregon. Located on a narrow point of land jutting due west into the Pacific Ocean, the Yaquina Head Lighthouse took more than a year to build, using more than 370,000 bricks. The light has been active since Head Keeper Fayette Crosby first walked up the 114 steps to light the wicks on the evening of August 20, 1873. During this time, the oil-burning, fixed white light was displayed from sunset to sunrise. Today, the fully automated first order Fresnel lens runs on commercial power, flashing its unique pattern of two seconds on, two seconds off, two seconds on, 14 seconds off, 24 hours a day. The oil burning wicks were replaced with a 1,000-watt globe which, according to the U.S. Coast Guard, keepers of the aid to navigation, generates over 130,000 candlepower. While the nightly vigil of watching the light is gone, as are the resident keepers and their quarters, the Bureau of Land Management, who is now responsible for the tower, guides visitors through the lighthouse with tales of yesteryear, year round. The interpretive center, which opened at Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area in May 1997, is the best place to start your visit to this 100-acre site. It houses exhibits related to many features of the area, along with a well-stocked interpretive store. Proceeds from store sales directly benefit Friends of Yaquina Lighthouses, and are used for lighthouse restoration, education, interpretation, and maintenance. Yaquina Head offers much more than the lighthouse: Trails provide easy access to view marine wildlife in tide pools, rookery rocks, and coves. The Lighthouse is open to the public every day except for Thanksgiving and Christmas. For more information on either lighthouse, go to www.yaquinalights.org.
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Things to Do and See in Newport
Oregon Coast Aquarium
Sea lions, sharks and otters await your visit No visit to Newport is complete without a stop at the Oregon Coast Aquarium. This world-class marine attraction overlooks scenic Yaquina Bay just south of the Yaquina Bay Bridge. The Aquarium strives to be a center of excellence for ocean literacy and plays an active role in conservation, education and animal rehabilitation efforts. As one of Oregon’s most popular attractions, the Aquarium hosts an estimated 400,000 visitors annually. The 39-acre facility features indoor and outdoor exhibits that have repeatedly earned the Aquarium a ranking as one of the top ten aquariums in the nation for the past 25 years. Visitors can immerse themselves in the Aquarium with a wander through a range of permanent exhibits and several rotating temporary exhibits. Passages of the Deep, named “The coolest 50 yards on the Oregon Coast!” by Spirit Magazine, is a 1.32 million-gallon exhibit displaying a diverse array of marine animals including sharks up to 10 feet long. The series of tunnels feature a 360-degree view of three different kinds of underwater landscapes characteristic of our ocean off the Oregon Coast. Guests can discover the mysterious world of underwater archaeology in the special exhibition, “Secrets of Shipwrecks: Part History. Part Mystery.” A wander through the Aquarium’s newest exhibit, “Big Bites,” awards visitors with a fascinating look at the teeth, jaws and mouth of fish that are uniquely adapted for catching prey. This exhibit interprets fish with unusual feeding behaviors and intimidating teeth and jaws. The Aquarium also boasts one of the largest outdoor seabird aviaries in the United States. Tufted puffins, common murres, rhinoceros auklets, pigeon guillemots and black oystercatchers all call the craggy cliffs and clear ponds home. Daily feedings delight visitors of all ages as each bird larks about to get the fishes of their choice. In addition to the seabird aviary, the Aquarium houses two turkey vultures. Guests are often surprised by the size of the brother and sister pair, Ichabod and Olive, who busy themselves with toys and other enrichment items. A nearby underwater cave is inhabited by a Giant Pacific Octopus. Viewers sometimes need to stretch their powers of observation to spot the creature, which can camouflage itself and squeeze its soft body into dark crags. The Aquarium’s sea otter exhibit is home to the largest population of sea otters in Oregon today. The all-male raft is comprised of rescued otters from the California and Alaska coasts. Visitors could easily pass an entire afternoon watching the antics of Schuster, and the two latest additions to the clan, Nuka and Oswald. The Aquarium is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. during the summer travel season and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the winter months. To check for discounts, purchase tickets and learn more, visit www.aquarium.org. 60- www.newportchamber.org
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Top photo: Oregon Coast Aquarium, Bottom photo: Nathan Howard
Mysteries of the Deep Revealed ...at the Hatfield Marine Science Center
Ever watch an octopus devour a live crab? Want to try your hand at generating electricity with a wave? Have questions about invasive species, underwater earthquakes, deep-sea hydrothermal vents, or local fish species? You can do all this and more at the Visitor Center of the Mark O. Hatfield Marine Science Center in South Beach. HMSC is a facility of Oregon State University, but its campus is home to scientists from a wide variety of institutions. Approximately 300 personnel work at the center, conducting research and education programs focused on our watery world. The topics studied there are as diverse as the inhabitants of the sea themselves: salmon genetics, the environmental impacts of wave energy, whale migration patterns, eruptions at undersea volcanoes, effects of ocean acidification on fish, and much more. The best way to learn about what goes on at HMSC is by checking out the Visitor Center, where most of the exhibits are related to HMSC faculty research. One particularly hot topic is wave energy – how to extract it and what the environmental impacts of wave energy devices in the ocean might be. The wave energy exhibit at the Visitor Center covers these topics with hands-on activities. The VC also features touch tanks where visitors can be embraced by a sea anemone or stroke a tide pool fish. And of course, there’s the octopus, the mascot of the center. Check the schedule for her feeding times – it’s quite a show. The Visitor Center itself is a laboratory. Here a team of researchers focused on “free-choice learning,” education that takes place outside of a formal classroom setting and under the student’s own initiative, study the behaviors of visitors. Cameras and other hightech equipment help a cadre of researchers works behind the scenes to learn how we learn. The Visitor Center (2030 SE Marine Science Drive) is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Admission is by donation ($5 per person/$20 per family is suggested). For more information, go to hmsc.oregonstate.edu.
Marine Discovery Tours
From plankton to whales, a floating adventure Set sail from the Bayfront with friendly naturalists, fun volunteer activities & sea life sightings – sea lions in the harbor to gray whales on the nearby ocean. Joined by a team of friendly naturalist guides, Marine Discovery Tours provides a fun and exciting 2-hour sea life cruise that focuses on Oregon wildlife aboard the deluxe 65ft DISCOVERY.
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Pacific Maritime & Heritage Center A colorful home for local history
It is fitting that a building housing a history museum should have a colorful history itself. Such is the case for the Pacific Maritime & Heritage Center on the Bayfront in Newport. The stately greengrey building overlooking the fishing fleet has been a private estate, a nightclub, a restaurant, a decidedly unofficial hangout for local teens, and even the home of an off-track betting facility and Chippendale’s dancers. When the Lincoln County Historical Society acquired the old Smuggler’s Cove nightclub, the property was, in a word, a mess. Luckily for locals and visitors alike, the Historical Society made the risky decision to forge ahead and fix it up. After more than eight years of slow fundraising and countless hours of volunteer time to keep the restoration going through the recession, the Pacific Maritime & Heritage Center opened in June 2013. It is stunningly gorgeous inside, open and light, a fitting home in which to house and explore Lincoln County’s maritime history. Many of the artifacts currently on display were donated by the local community. The result is a somewhat eclectic but beautifully curated and displayed set of items that span Lincoln County’s fishing, surfing, shipping, and tourism heritage. Every item on display comes with a fascinating story. One compelling local maritime story told through artifacts on display is of the wreck of the Blue Magpie, a 321-foot cargo ship that ran aground against the jetty at the entrance to Yaquina Photo: Nathan Howard
Bay and sank. A local diver contributed artifacts from the wreck that he retrieved, including a massive binnacle containing the ship’s compass. Fluttering above one gallery is a series of colorful Japanese fishing flags, called “tairyouki,” that are traditionally flown by the Japanese fleet to express wishes for safety and a bountiful harvest. The flags were a gift from fishermen and a fishing company in Mombetsu, Japan, Newport’s sister city. Below the flags is a guide to their symbolism. One of the best treasures of the center is the view from its enormous bay windows and outdoor deck. Visitors will be mesmerized by the expansive vista encompassing the bustling Bayfront, the fishing fleet, and the bridge. At each vantage point, historical photos of similar views are displayed so visitors can see how that particular view has changed. The building is much bigger than it appears from the street, with nooks and crannies and sections that seem to go on forever. Current exhibits are limited to the central floor of the threestory building, but the Historical Society won’t stop there. Currently underway is “Phase II,” which will involve the construction of a theater, as well as an event and conference center on the lower level of the building. As resources come in, they will add more gallery space downstairs and upstairs. And so the history of the building continues to be made, one artifact at a time. www.newportchamber.org -63
Things to Do and See in Newport
Newport Performing Arts Center The Newport Performing Arts Center (PAC) is the premiere performance venue on the Oregon coast. It is home to a group of resident companies affectionately called the PACRATs. This Performing Arts Center Resident Artist Team consists of community music, theatre, and dance producers who keep the facility busy year-round. It also serves touring artists, non-profits, for profits, and individuals as space permits. The PAC has two performances spaces, the Alice Silverman Theatre and the Studio Theatre. The Silverman is a 398-seat, proscenium, stage theatre with a full range of technical capabilities. The Studio is a black box space which can be arranged to seat up to 80.
Newport Performing Arts Center 777 W Olive Street PO Box 1315 Newport, OR 97365 541-265-2787 www.coastarts.org
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Things to Do and See in Newport
Newport Visual Arts Center The Newport Visual Arts Center, located at the historic Nye Beach Turnaround, is a facility built by the City of Newport as a public art exhibition space and for art education programs and maintained by the Oregon Coast Council for the Arts. The William Runyan Gallery occupies approximately 1000 square feet on the first floor and exhibits 12 shows per year. The Upstairs Gallery, a 300 square foot gallery space on the third floor level, schedules 12 exhibits per year featuring new and experimental artists in the norhwest region. The Coastal Oregon Visual Artists' Showcase (COVAS), established in 2011, occupies space on the third floor of the Visual Arts CenterAll exhibitions are free and open to the public. The Visual Arts Center also offers classes, workshops, and community events. The facility is also available for rental for art events and other activities
Newport Visual Arts Center 777 NW Beach Drive Newport, OR 97365 541-265-6540 www.coastarts.org
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Newport by the Numbers Demographics
All data comes from censusviewer.com. Population in 2015: 10,268 (99% urban, 1% rural). Population change since 2000: +7.7% Men: 4,736 (46.9%) Women: 5,365 (53.1%) Median resident age: 44.0 Oregon median age: 36.3 Newport, Oregon - Overview Total Population
2010 Census Counts Percentages 9,989 100.00%
2000 Census Counts Percentages 9,057 100.00%
2000-2010 Change Change Percentages 932 10.29%
Population by Race American Indian and Alaska native alone Asian alone Black or African American alone Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific native alone Some other race alone Two or more races White alone
205 164 63 15 751 393 8,398
2.05% 1.64% 0.63% 0.15% 7.52% 3.93% 84.07%
205 164 43 20 368 290 8,442
2.15% 1.72% 0.45% 0.21% 3.86% 3.04% 88.56%
0 0 20 -5 383 103 -44
0% 0% 46.51% -25.00% 104.08% 35.52% -0.52%
Population by Hispanic or Latino Origin (of any race) Persons of Hispanic or Latino Origin Persons Not of Hispanic or Latino Origin
Population by Gender Male Female
Population by Age Persons 0 to 4 years Persons 5 to 17 years Persons 18 to 64 years Persons 65 years and over
631 1,362 6,104 1,892
6.32% 13.63% 61.11% 18.94%
533 1,590 5,770 1,639
5.59% 16.68% 60.53% 17.19%
98 -228 334 253
18.39% -14.34% 5.79% 15.44%
The estimated median household income in Newport in 2015 was $37,452, up from $31,996 in 2000. Estimated individual median income in 2015 was $24,890. Household income distribution was broken down as follows: Income Level # of Households Percent LESS THAN $10,000 378 8.4 $10,000 to $14,999 347 7.7 $15,000 to $24,999 734 16.3 $25,000 to $34,999 590 13.1 $35,000 to $49,999 711 15.8 $50,000 to $74,999 698 15.5 $75,999 to $99,999 405 9.0 $100,000 to $149,999 434 9.6 $150,000 to $199,999 131 2.9 $200,000 OR MORE 97 1.7
Newport’s workforce is educated and motivated. In 2011-15, 90.2% of Newport residents aged 25 and older held high school diplomas or higher, and 26.1% held a Bachelor’s degree or higher. The table below further details educational attainment in Newport.
Data from factfinder.census.gov
Data from www.city-data.com/U.S. Census
Education level achieved % Males 25 Years & Over % Females 25 Years & Over Less than 9th grade 5.3 3.1 9th – 12th grade, no diploma 5.9 5.5 High school graduate (or equivalency) 27.4 27.5 Some college, no degree 24.3 29.8 Associate degree 9.2 9.6 Bachelor’s degree 16.6 16.7 Graduate or professional degree 11.0 7.9
Percent 4.1 5.7 27.4 27.3 9.4 16.7 9.3
Agricultural/Natural Resources 5.4%
Data source: factfinder.census.gov
In 2011-15, the estimated leading industries in Newport were arts, entertainment, recreation, accommodation and food services (1,015 jobs), health care, social assistance and educational services (808), retail trade (484), scientific technical, management, administrative and waste management services (406), manufacturing (351), agriculture forestry, fishing and hunting (263), public services (251), finance, insurance and real estate (244), professional, and public administration (226). Total employment of the civilian population 16 years and over was 4,562.
Government 5.0% Construction 4.6%
Other Services 5.4%
Education, Health Care, Social Services
Leisure, Hosptality, Arts
LEADING EMPLOYMENT INDUSTRIES
Retail/Wholesale 9.9% Transportation, Utilities 4.4% Information 1.9%
Finance, Insurance, Real Estate 5.7%
Professional, Scientific, Management 9.6%
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Membership Directory Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce Alphabetical Member Listing 101 LOCAL BY SPECIFICALLY PACIFIC (541) 351-8797 Pete Sanok http://www.specificallypacific.com 342 SW Bay Blvd., Suite A Newport, OR 97365 101 THINGS TO DO MAGAZINE (541) 260-8668 Nate Kaplan ://www.101things.com 2 KIDS CANDY STORE (541) 265-2075 Jennifer Kopp 640 SW Bay Blvd.., Newport, OR 97365 AAMCO OF NEWPORT (541) 265-9567 Brian Parker http://www.aamconewportor.com 126 NE 11th St., Newport, OR 97365 ABBEY FLOOR & MORE (541) 265-6167 Kelly Smith http://www.abbeycarpet.com 345 SW Coast Highway, Newport, OR 97365 ABBY'S PIZZA INN (541) 265-9336 Eric Dagel http://abbyspizza.com 932 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-3143 ABC PRESCHOOL & DAYCARE (541) 265-2654 Lisa Plaster http://www.facebook.com/abcpreschoolanddaycare 2350 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 ABEL INSURANCE AGENCY (541) 264-8426 Harry Abel http://www.abelinsuranceagency.com 324 SW 7th St. Newport, OR 97365-4934 ADOBE RESORT MOTEL, INC. (541) 547-3141 Ed Pfannmuller http://www.adoberesort.com 1555 Hwy 101 N, Yachats, OR 97498 ADVANCED RESEARCH CORP. (541) 265-9690 John Lavrakas http://www.oregonarc.com 4590 SE Harborton St, Suite 202, Newport, OR 97365 ADVANCED WATER SOLUTIONS, LLC (541) 418-7957 Steve Gesdahl ADVANTAGE REAL ESTATE (541) 265-2200 Bonnie Saxton http://www.advantagerealestate.com 205 E Olive, Newport, OR 97365 AFFORDABLE BURIAL & CREMATION CO. (541) 265-7111 Brian Norris 915 NE Yaquina Heights Dr, Newport, OR 97365 AFLAC (503) 409-7425 William Meditz http://www.aflac.com AFTON TICKETS (503) 612-0074 Jake Schmitt http://aftontickets.com 3880 SE 8th Ave. 180, Portland, OR 97202 AGATE BEACH GOLF COURSE (541) 265-7331 Terry Martin http://www.agatebeachgolf.net 4100 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-1422 AGATE BEACH MOTEL (541) 265-8746 Paula Bell http://www.agatebeachmotel.com 175 NW Gilbert Way, Newport, OR 97365-1315 AGATE BEACH SUPPLY CO. (541) 265-7773 Don Pettis 4860 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-1340 AGING WISELY WITH HEARTFELT HANDS (541) 265-8530 Kath Schonau http://agingwiselyoregon.org 1010 SW Bay St., Newport, OR 97365-4934 AIRE MASTER OF AMERICA INC. OR DIVISION (800) 525-0957 Doug McCauley http://airemaster.com 1821 N Hwy CC, Nixa, MO 65714 AIRROW HEATING & SHEET METAL, LLC (541) 265-8000 Garret Bush http://www.airrowheating.com 3503 S. Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 AL FITZPATRICK (541) 265-7741 Al Fitzpatrick 1080 NE 7th Dr. Newport, OR 97365
ALAN BROWN'S LES SCHWAB TIRE CENTER (541) 265-6604 Ken Brown https://www.lesschwab.com/store/or/newport/a25 1155 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-5222 ALL HEART TREE SERVICE (541) 265-8733 (TREE) Sean Phillips http://www.hearttree.com ALL NATIONS LUTHERAN CHURCH (541) 265-2503 Oop Johnson http://www.allnationslutheran.org 358 NE 12th St, Newport, OR 97365-4934 ALLSTORAGE INC. (541) 336-0500 Steve & Rochelle Davenport http://www.allstoragetoledo.com 6041 Hwy 20, Toledo, OR 97391 ALLEN'S LOT MAINTENANCE (541) 574-8257 Taylor Plesha http://www.allenslots.com 7450 NE Avery St., Newport, OR 97365 ALLSTART AUTO ELECTRIC, INC. (541) 265-9192 Jerry Kieffer 121 E Olive Street, Newport, OR 97365-3052 ALLSTATE INSURANCE BECKY DWIGGINS (541) 265-5492 Becky Dwiggins https://agents.allstate.com/becky-dwiggins-newport-or.html 131 NW 20th Street, Suite D, Newport, OR 97365-2103 ALSEA BAY POWER PRODUCTS, INC. (541) 563-4266 Dave Brooks http://www.alseabaypower.com 2470 E Alsea Hwy, Waldport, OR 97394 ALSEA YOGA THERAPY CENTER (541) 563-3006 Karen Kennedy 3893 N. Bayview Rd, Waldport, OR 97394 ALSI RESORT (541) 563-7700 Michael Phillips http://alsiresort.com 902 NW Bayshore Dr., Waldport, OR 97394 AMERICA'S BEST VALUE INN & SUITES (541) 265-6631 Charlene Voorhees http://www.americainnandsuites.com 710 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 AMERICA'S MATTRESS OF NEWPORT (541) 265-4047 Chris Chiaberta http://www.americasmattress.com/newportor 340 E Olive St., Newport, OR 97365 AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY (541) 272-9240 Amy Bickelman http://www.cancer.org AMERICAN LEGION #116 (541) 265-9017 Ralph 424 W Olive Street, Newport, OR 97365-3717 AMY LYNN GREER, CPA (541) 961-6814 Amy Greer ANCHOR PIER BAYFRONT LODGING (541) 265-STAY (7829) Fran and Don Mathews http://www.AnchorPier.com 345 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365 ANDRE CASEY DESIGN (541) 357-9881 Andre Casey http://www.andrecasey.com ANGELL JOB CORPS (541) 547-3137 John Booker http://www.hsanfrancisoregion.jobcorps.gov/ 335 NE Blodgett Rd, Yachats, OR 97498 ANIMAL MEDICAL CARE OF NEWPORT (541) 265-6671 Kimberly Brown http://animalmedicalcarenewport.com 162 NE 10th St, Newport, OR 97365-3104 AQUARIUM VILLAGE (541) 867-6531 Peggy Zachary http://www.aquariumvillage.org 2925 SE Ferry Slip Rd. #52, Newport, OR 97365 ARCTIC CIRCLE (541) 265-7822 David & Ellen Turner http://www.acburgers.com 340 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-3125 ASIATICO WATERFRONT FUSHION SUSHI (541) 265-8387 Jason Gonzolas http://asiaticofusion.net 875 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365-4500
ASSOCIATED CLEANING SERVICES (541) 867-7879 Levi Kittel http://www.associatedcleaning.net 505 NE 1st St., Newport, OR 97365 AVAMERE REHABILITATION OF NEWPORT (541) 265-5356 Todd Pile http://avamererehabofnewport.com 835 SW 11th St, Newport, OR 97365 B & F MARINE ELECTRONICS, INC. (541) 265-8839 Dennis & Cheryl Fisher 403 B NE 1st Street Newport, OR 97365-4534 BACK BAY MARINE, LLC (541) 961-2239 John Lingo 3712 Yaquina Bay Rd, Newport, OR 97365 BANK OF THE WEST (541) 265-9444 Kevin Batles http://www.bankofthewest.com 248 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 BARBARA LE PINE ADVANTAGE REAL ESTATE (541) 270-6758 Barbara Le Pine http://www.advantagerealestate.com/Newport 205 E Olive St., Newport, OR 97365 BARKERUERLINGS INSURANCE (541) 757-1321 Kristi Hart http://barkeruerlings.com 340 NW 5th St., Corvallis, OR 97330 BATEMAN FUNERAL HOME (541) 265-2751 Brian Norris http://batemanpacificview.com 915 NE Yaquina Heights Dr, Newport, OR 97365-2519 BAY LATTE (541) 265-2208 Fran & Don Mathews 663 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365-4509 BAYSCAPES GALLERY & COFFEE HOUSE (541) 265-4017 Stan Pickens 333 SW Bay Blvd.., Newport, OR 97365 BAYSHORE RENTALS (541) 563-3162 Susan Kelly http://www.bayshore-rentals.com 2214 NW Bayshore Drive, Waldport, OR 97394 BAYVIEW COTTAGE (541) 265-8553 Jeff & Louise Waarvick http://www.waarvick.com/cottage Idaho Point (South Beach), Newport, OR 97366 BBSI, A HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMPANY (541) 574-9892 Randy Getman http://www.barrettbusiness.com 1610 North Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-5051 BEACHCOMBERS HAVEN (541) 764-2252 Alyce Thomson http://www.beachcombershaven.com 7045 NW Glen, Gleneden Beach, OR 97388 BEACHCONNECTION.NET (503) 384-9617 Andre Hagestedt http://www.beachconnection.net 6111 SW Beaverton/Hillsdale Hwy #8, Portland, OR 97221 BEACHFRONT VACATION RENTALS (541) 996-2955 Rachel Garnick http://www.beachfrontrentals.net 2002 NW 36th St, Lincoln City, OR 97367 BEAUTIFUL REFLECTIONS (541) 270-2553 Jeff Mullican http://www.beautifulreflectionswindowcleaning.com BERNIE'S UNIVERSAL DISPENSARY (541) 867-BUDS (2837) Ryan & Tia Bledsoe 3842 S. Coast Hwy South Beach, OR 97366 BEST POTS, INC. 541-574-7976 Ray Eastman http://www.bestpots.com BEST ROOFING CO. (541) 994-7663 Don Shuflin http://bestroofinglincolncounty.com 1424 SE 9th, Lincoln City, OR 97367 BEST WESTERN AGATE BEACH INN (541) 265-9411 Judy Kuhl http://www.agatebeachinn.com 3019 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-1707 BETTER PORTABLE TOILETS, INC. (541) 929-2334 Brad Wilson http://betterportabletoilets.com 6725 SW Philomath Blvd., Corvallis, OR 97333 BIER ONE (541) 265-4630 Luke Simonsen http://bier-one.com 424 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-4934
BIG 5 SPORTING GOODS (541) 265-8335 Roxanne Duffy http://www.big5sportinggoods.com 116 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 BIGFOOT BEVERAGES (541) 265-8871 Art Ballhorn http://wwww.bigfootbeverage.com 303 NW 22nd St, Newport, OR 97365 BIKE NEWPORT (541) 265-9917 Daniella Crowder http://www.bikenewport.net 150 Nw 6th St., Newport, OR 97365 BLISS AND ENERGY WEDDINGS ON THE COAST (509) 714-2085 Melissa Coggin http://www.blissandenergy.com 1036 NW Inlet Ave., Lincoln City, OR 97367 BLUE FOOT PAINTING LLC (541) 771-8179 Casey Brooks http://bluefootpainting.com 155 SW High St., Newport, OR 97365-4934 BOBBIE LIPPMAN (541) 563-2444 Bobbie Lippman 1135 NW Alika Lane, Seal Rock, OR 97376 BOSS 100.7 FM RADIO (541) 265-5000 Cheryl Harle http://www.bossfmradio.net 145 N Coast Hwy Suite D, Newport, OR 97365 BPO ELKS #2105 (541) 265-2105 45 S.E Moore Dr., Newport, OR 97365 BREACH THE MOON GALLERY (541) 265-9698 Tammy Butler http://www.oregoncoastgalleries.com 434 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365-4508 BREWER'S ON THE BAY (541) 867-3660 Brad Letsom http://www.rogue.com 2320 OSU Drive, Newport, OR 97365-5261 BRIDGEVIEW KUMYONS RESTAURANT (541) 265-5330 Jenny Chung 1006 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-5219 BRIGHT HORIZON THERAPUETIC RIDING CENTER (541) 961-4156 Amy Cline http://brighthorizonsriding.org 1925 E Logsden Rd, Siletz, OR 97380 BRUNELLE ENTERPRISES (541) 574-7191 Wayne Brunelle http://brunelleenterprises.com 1150 NE Lakewood Dr., Newport, OR 97365 BUDDHA KAT WINERY (503) 668-3124 Barbara Dilley http://www.buddhakatwinery.com 17020 Ruben Ln, Sandy, OR 97055-9276 BUENA VISTA ARBOR CARE CO., INC (541) 265-9193 Priscilla Esplin http://www.BuenaVistaarborcare.com 5820 NW Hwy 99, Corvallis, OR 97330 BUY LOCAL LINCOLN COUNTY ASSOCIATION (541) 867-8574 Guy Faust http://buylocallincolncounty.org 3788 SE High School Drive, Lincoln City, OR 97367 C.P. CARLSON BUILDERS.INC. (541) 563-2871 Linda Hatch http://www.carlsonbuilders.com 440 Hemlock St., Waldport, OR 97394 CALIFORNIA SEAFOODS (805) 320-1705 Matt Meyring 2208 Signal Pl., San Pedro, CA 90751 CANNAMEDICINE NEWPORT (541) 574-2685 Manager http://www.cannamedicine.org/ 157 NW 15th St., Newport, OR 97365-4934 CARAVAN AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION (541) 994-9645 Felix Roldan http://caravanairporttransportation.com CARDINAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICES (541) 888-9799 Victoria Simpson http://www.cardinal-services.com 110 Ackerman Ave, Coos Bay, OR 97420 CARPET ONE FLOOR & HOME (541) 265-3530 Robert Reisland http://www.carpetone.com 350 E Olive Street, Newport, OR 97365-2947 CASA OF LINCOLN COUNTY (541) 265-3116 Michael Melnick http://www.casalincolncounty.org 644 SW Coast Hwy Suite I, Newport, OR 97365
CASH & CARRY (541) 265-7571 Miguel Tamayo http://www.smartfoodservice.com 156 NE 7th St., Newport, OR 97365 CAVALIER BEACHFRONT CONDOMINIUMS (541) 764-2352 Keith & Tammy Powell http://www.cavaliercondos.com 325 NW Lancer Street, Gleneden Beach, OR 97388 CEDAR CREEK QUARRIES (541) 265-9441 Bob Wienert 121 NE Harney, Newport, OR 97365 CELTIC HERITAGE ALLIANCE (541) 574-9366 Belinda Goody http://www.newportcelticfestival.com dba NEWPORT CELTIC FESTIVAL & HIGHLAND GAMES a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization CENTRAL COAST DENTAL CLINIC / JAMES D WINDELL, DMD (541) 265-2261 James Windell www.newportccdc.com 135 NW 15th St., Newport, OR 97365-2348 CENTRAL LINCOLN PUD (541) 265-3211 Debra Smith http://www.clpud.com 2129 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-1705 CENTRAL OREGON COAST NOW (541) 270-4180 Sheila Swinford CHALET RESTAURANT & BAKERY (541) 265-6900 David & Barbara Schmaltz 2026 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-1702 CHAMBERMASTER (218) 825-9200 Gena Buchite http://chambermaster.com 24400 Smiley Rd, Suite 4, Nisswa, MN 56468 CHANNEL HOUSE (541) 765-2140 Helen Moore http://www.channelhouse.com 35 Ellingson Ave, Depoe Bay, OR 97341 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS (866) 731-5420 Doug Bryson http://www.charter.com 355 NE 1st, Newport, OR 97365 CHILDISH TENDENCIES (541) 265-4491 Susan Armstrong http://childishtendencies.com 412 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365 CHINOOK WINDS CASINO RESORT (541) 996-5825 http://www.chinookwindscasino.com 1777 NW 44th Street, Lincoln City, OR 97367-5094 CHOWDER BOWL AT NYE BEACH (541) 265-7477 Liz Franklin http://www.newportchowderbowl.com 728 NW Beach Drive, Newport, OR 97365-3561 CHRIS WAUGH (541) 270-0399 Chris Waugh http://www.ChrisWaugh.com 33300 Molitor Ranch Rd, Cottage Grove, OR 97424-9444 CITY OF NEWPORT (541) 574-0603 Spencer Nebel http://newportoregon.gov 169 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-4934 CIVIL WEST ENGINEERING (541) 264-7040 Garrett Pallo http://www.civilwest.com 609 SW Hurbert, Newport, OR 97365 CLEARWATER RESTAURANT (541) 272-5550 Hans & Janell Goplen http://www.clearwaterrestaurant.com/ 325 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, Oregon 97365 CLIFF COLLARD, ATTORNEY (541) 265-5400 Cliff Collard http://www.bartolduslaw.com 380 SW 2nd Street, Newport, OR 97365-4502 CLIFF HOUSE BED & BREAKFAST (541) 563-2506 Sharon Robinson http://www.cliffhouseoregon.com 1450 Adahi Rd. Yaquina John Point, Waldport, OR 97394-9064 COAST GUARD STATION YAQUINA BAY (541) 265-5381 Ryan O'Meara 925 SW Naterlin Dr., Newport, OR 97365-4934 COAST HEARTH & HOME (541) 265-8390 Robin Comstock http://www.coasthearthandhome.com 633 East Olive, Newport, OR 97365 COAST PHOTOS PHOTOGRAPHY (541) 270-3262 Michelle Geltner http://www.coastphotos.com
COASTAL ACCOUNTING & CONSULTING (541) 574-0837 Victoria Clear 625 SW Hurbert Street, Newport, OR 97365 COASTAL EVENT RENTALS (541) 264-8491 Danielle Emerick http://oregoncoasteventrentals.com 7755 N. Hwy 101, Gleneden Beach, OR 97388 COASTAL LUXURY LIMOUSINE 541 557-5466 (541) 921-8406 Felix Roldan http://coastalluxurylimos.com 1148 SE Galley Ct., Lincoln City, OR 97376 COASTAL REFRIGERATION, HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING, LLC (541) 265-7275 Mike Taylor http://www.coastalrefrigerationhac.com 710 NE 3rd St. Ste #A, Newport, OR 97365 COASTCOM, INC. DBA WAVE (541) 574-6117 Greg Palser http://www.coastcom.net 151 E Olive St, Newport, OR 97365 COLUMBIA BANK (541) 265-6666 Julie Hanrahan http://www.wcb.com 506 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-4935 COLUMBIA DISTRIBUTING (503) 274-9990 Cory Shrewsberry 3601 NW Yeon, Portland, OR 97210 COMCAST SPOTLIGHT (541) 265-6295 Joshua Logan 355 NE 1st St., Newport, OR 97365 COMFORT INN (541) 265-6203 Chuck Cummings http://www.choicehotels.com 531 SW Fall St, Newport, OR 97365-5045 CONNECTIONS PUBLICATIONS LLC (541) 234-4904 steve Rowland http://connectionspublications.com 225 W 6th Ave, Junction City, OR 97448 CORPORATE WELLNESS SERVICES (541) 819-0105 Moneeca Stuteville http://associatedtravelservices.com CREATIVE LANDSCAPE & MAINTENANCE (541) 336-1912 Robert Taylor http://www.mycreativelandscape.com #900 NW Business Plaza, South Beach, OR 97366 CRESTVIEW GOLF CLUB (541) 563-3020 Mark Cambell http://www.crestviewgolfclub.com 1680 Crestline Drive, Waldport, OR 97394 CROSS TOWN MOVERS / BEKINS VAN LINES (541) 265-9074 David Priest http://www.crosstownmover.net 4809 South Coast Hwy, South Beach, OR 97366 CSHERWOOD CONSULTING (541) 351-8310 Chris Sherwood http://csherwoodconsulting.com 9414 SE Cedar St, South Beach, OR 97366 DAVID N. ALLEN (541) 265-4568 David Allen DAYS INN (541) 265-5767 G. Rai http://www.daysinn.com/DaysInn/control/Booking/property_info?propertyId=14010 544 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-4937 DEANNA TRAIL (541) 230-5822 Deanna Trail 12277 NE Benton Ave, Newport, OR 97365 DECORATING DEN INTERIORS (541) 265-3315 Jane & Leland Jincks http://www.decdens.com/JaneJ PO Box 1570, Newport, Oregon 97365 DENNIS BARTOLDUS (541) 265-5400 Dennis Bartoldus http://www.bartolduslaw.com 380 SW 2nd, Newport, OR 97365-4409 DEPOE BAY WINERY (541) 765-3311 Ray Shackleford http://www.nehalembaywinery.com 22 SE Hwy 101, Depoe Bay, OR 97341 DH GOEBEL, ARCHITECT (541) 265-5665 Dietmar Goebel http://www.dhgoebel.com 147 NE Golf Course Dr, Newport, OR 97365-1400 DIAMONDS BY THE SEA (541) 265-7755 Kathryn Heater http://www.diamondsbytheseainc.com/ 2005 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-1708 DICK BEEMER (541) 265-7419 DIGBY COOK (623) 523-4321
DIGITAL STUDIO, LLC (503) 702-7895 Jon Olson http://www.pdxposed.com 3439 NE Sandy Blvd.. #284, Portland, OR 97232 DIRECTORS MORTGAGE (541) 994-6003 Harold Hailey http://www.directorsmortgage.net/HHailey 2137 NW Highway 101 Suite B, Lincoln City, OR 97367 DOLPHIN CONSTRUCTION (541) 265-6275 Jim Patrick 319 SW 10th St, Newport, OR 97365-4641 DOLPHIN REAL ESTATE LLC (541) 265-6638 Loren Joling http://www.drellc.us 115 NE 2nd, Newport, OR 97365-4966 DON LINDLY (541) 270-4811 Don Lindy DOUG CHADWICK, DDS (541) 265-4221 Doug Chadwick http://www.dougchadwickdds.com 123 SE Douglas, Newport, OR 97365 DOUG'S ELECTRIC (541) 265-8630 Dick Holland http://dougselectricnewport.com 1116 SW 9th St, Newport, OR 97365-5202 DR. KENNETH BISHOP, CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN (541) 264-8558 Dr. Ken Bishop www.Ibodynewport.com 530 NW 3rd St. Ste, A, Newport, OR 97365 DUTCH BROS. COFFEE (541) 265-4009 Michael Bojarski http://www.dutchbros.com 822 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 EARTHBOUND BEAUTY DAY SPA, INC (541) 265-4232 Alisha Fulton http://www.earthboundbeauty.com 613 NW 3rd St., Newport, OR 97365 ECONO LODGE (541) 265-7723 Robert Carlson http://www.choicehotels.com/oregon/newport/econo-lodge-hotels/or106 606 SW Coast Hwy Newport, OR 97365-4934 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ALLIANCE OF LINCOLN COUNTY (541) 961-3837 Caroline Bauman http://www.lincolnco.info 324 N Coast Hwy #5 Newport, OR 97365 ED SIMON (541) 265-9124 Ed Simon 6225 NE Evergreen Lane Newport, OR 97365 EDGEWATER COTTAGES (541) 563-2240 Cathy Sorensen http://www.edgewatercottages.com 3978 SW Pacific Coast Hwy, milepost 158.3, Waldport, OR 97394 EDWARD D. JONES & CO. PETER HEISLER (541) 265-4528 Peter Heisler http://edwardjones.com 131 NW 20th St Suite A, Newport, OR 97365-4934 EDWARD JONES INVESTMENTS RICHARD O'HEARN (541) 265-2774 Richard O'Hearn http://www.edwardjones.com/financial-advisor/index.html 111 Se Douglas St. Ste. A, Newport, OR 97365 EGYPTIAN FRAGRANCE ALCHEMY (541) 272-7730 Almine Barton http://egyptianfragrancealchemy.com 2925 SE Ferry Slip Rd # 227, Newport, OR 97365 ELECTRONIC SUPER STORE RADIO SHACK DEALER (541) 996-2288 Bruce Polvi 800 SE Hwy 10, Lincoln City, OR 97367-2755 ELIZABETH OCEANFRONT SUITES (541) 265-9400 Rachel Nyman http://www.elizabethoceanfrontsuites.com/ 232 SW Elizabeth, Newport, OR 97365-5033 EMBARCADERO RESORT HOTEL (541) 265-8521 Gary Grant http://www.embarcadero-resort.com 1000 SE Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365-4299 EMERALD COAST REALTY, INC. (541) 283-3591 Pamela Mugleston http://www.emeraldcoastrealty.com 255 E Olive St, Newport, OR 97365-3040 EMERALD SPRINGS BOTTLED WATER, INC. (541) 563-7419 Timothy Tramp http://www.emeraldspringsbottledwater.com ENGLUND MARINE (541) 265-9275 Dean Fleck http://www.englundmarine.com 880 SE Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365-4838
EUREKA CEMETERY & MAUSOLEUM ASSOCIATION (541) 265-7282 Mark White http://www.eurekacemetery.org 1101 NE Yaquina Heights Drive/P. O. Box 1762, Newport, OR 97365 EVENT COMMUNICATIONS (541) 265-1919 Scott Reilly http://www.eventcomm.us 437 NE 1st St., Newport, OR 97365 EYE CARE CENTER (541) 265-8828 Rick Letherer 14 SW Nye St., Newport, OR 97365-3821 F/V TRAILBLAZER (541) 574-0256 Gary Painter 411 NE Avery, Newport, OR 97365-3052 FACTORY MATTRESS & FURNITURE OUTLET (541) 265-4460 http://www.newportmattress.com 256 East Olive St. #C, Newport, OR 97365 FAIRHAVEN VACATION RENTALS 541-574-0951 Norm Ferber http://www.fairhavenvacationrentals.com 29 SW Coast St., Newport, Or 97365 FAMILY FARM ENTERPRISES, INC. (541) 563-2395 Brian Price 873 S. Low Rd., Seal Rock, OR 97376 FARMERS INSURANCE BECK INSURANCE SERVICES 541-265-2802 Susan Beck http://www.farmersagent.com/sernst/ 525 E Olive St., Newport, OR 97365 FIGARO'S OF NEWPORT (541) 265-2061 Gary Lane http://www.figaros.com 2035 N. Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 FINANCIAL FREEDOM WEALTH MANAGEMENT GROUP, LLC (541) 574-6464 Julia Carlson http://financialfreedomwmg.com 1007 SW Bayley St., Newport, OR 97365 FIRESIDE MOTEL (541) 547-3636 Drew Roslund http://www.firesidemotel.com 1881 Hwy 101 N, Yachats, OR 97498 FIRST INTERSTATE BANK (541) 265-2258 Trevor Brittsan http://firstinterstate.com 10 S. Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 FISH PEDDLER'S MARKET & RESTAURANT (541) 265-7057 Rachelle Robinson http://www.pacseafood.com 617 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365-4718 FISH TAILS CAFÉ (541) 867-6002 Barbara Abshire 3103 Ferry Slip Road, South Beach, OR 97366 FLYING DUTCHMAN WINERY (541) 765-2553 Dick Cutler http://www.dutchmanwinery.com 915 W 1st, Otter Rock, OR 97369 FOOD SHARE OF LINCOLN COUNTY (541) 265-8578 Nancy Mitchell http://www.foodsharelincolncounty.org/ 535 NE 1st, Newport, OR 97365-2702 FORINASH GALLERY (541) 867-3430 Chuck Forinash http://www.forinashgallery.com 856 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365-4889 FRANK GELTNER PARLIAMENTARIAN & NOTARY PUBLIC (541) 961-1482 Frank Geltner http://www.parliprof.com Newport, OR FRED MEYER (541) 265-4581 Mathew Bengs http://www.fredmeyer.com 150 NE 20th St., Newport, OR 97365-1807 FRESH PRINT NEWPORT (541) 264-5874 Steve Travis http://freshprintnewport.com 3660 SE Leeks High, South Beach, OR 97366 FRIENDS OF LINCOLN COUNTY ANIMALS / PICK OF THE LITTER (541) 961-5852 Emily DeHuff http://www.folcas.com 633 NE 3rd St., Newport, OR 97365 FRIENDS OF YAQUINA LIGHTHOUSES (541) 574-3129 Amy Cauthon http://www.yaquinalights.org 750 Lighthouse Drive, Unit 7, Newport, OR 97365 FULLHART INSURANCE OF WALDPORT (541) 563-3241 Julie Clement 680 NW Hemlock, Waldport, OR 97394
GEORGE PLANT (541) 574-1031 George Plant 1183 SE Harbor Crescent Dr, Newport, OR 97365-4200 GEORGIAPACIFIC TOLEDO LLC (541) 336-8202 C.J. Drake http://gp.com 1400 SE Butler Bridge Road, Toledo, OR 97391 GEORGIE'S BEACHSIDE GRILL (541) 265-9800 Ric Rabourn http://www.georgiesbeachsidegrill.com 744 SW Elizabeth St, Newport, OR 97365 GLASS TECH OF OREGON, INC. (503) 646-3989 Dirk Foss http://www.glasstechweb.com 21255 NW Huffman Street, Suite 100, Hillsboro, OR 97124 GREATER NEWPORT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (541) 265-8801 Chris Nystrom http://www.newportchamber.org 555 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-4976 GREG WELLS INSURANCE 541-265-3224 Greg Wells 1061 NE Avery, Newport, OR 97365 GRIMSTAD & ASSOCIATES (541) 265-5411 Helena Roberts http://www.grimstad-assoc.com 530 NW 3rd St, Suite E, Newport, OR 97365-3643 GROCERY OUTLET (541) 272-5207 Craig & Cory Crook http://groceryoutlet.com 721 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-4934 GROTHGATES SHEET METAL, INC. (541) 265-8636 Ryan Gates 218 NW 12th St., Newport, OR 97365-3210 GROVE VETERINARY CLINIC (541) 265-2381 Charles Hurty, D.V.M. http://www.grovevet.com 448 E Olive St, Newport, OR 97365-2838 GUY B. GRECO ATTORNEY AT LAW (541) 265-2801 Guy Greco 111 SE Douglas St, Suite C, Newport, OR 97365-4400 H&R BLOCK (541) 264-7270 Karen Butler http://hrblock.com 1217 N. Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-4934 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF LINCOLN COUNTY (541) 574-4437 Sally Bovett http://www.hfhlc.org 227 NE 12th Street, Newport, OR 97365-4934 HALLMARK RESORT (541) 265-2600 Ric Rabourn http://www.hallmarkinns.com/newport 744 SW Elizabeth St, Newport, OR 97365-5197 HANDY HAVEN RV PARK & CAR WASH (541) 563-4591 Elaine Correia 625 Starr Street, Waldport, OR 97394 HARBOR VILLAGE RV PARK (541) 265-5088 Tom Cistone http://www.harborvillagervpark.com 923 SE Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365-4101 HASTING COASTAL WOODWORKS (541) 867-2992 Tom Hasting http://hastingcoastalwoodworks.com 3333 SE Ferry Slip Rd., South Beach, OR 97366 HATFIELD MARINE SCIENCE CENTER (541) 867-0100 Robert Cowen http://hmsc.oregonstate.edu 2030 SE Marine Science Dr, Newport, OR 97365-5296 HAUER OF THE DAUEN, INC. WINERY (503) 868-7359 Carl & Lores Dauenhauer 16425 S.E. Webfoot Rd, Dayton, Or 97114-8644 HELP HOMELESS EDUCATION LITERACY PROJECT HOMELESS PROGRAM (541) 265-4506 Katey Townsend http://www.lincoln.k12.or.us/dept_programs/help.php 825 NE 7th Street (Newport Middle School) Newport, OR 97365 HENKELS LAW LLC (541) 270-6001 Diane Henkels http://www.henkelslaw.com 420 SW Washington St. Ste 400, Portland, OR 97204 HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS & SUITES (541) 867-3377 Elizabeth Driebergen http://www.hiexpress.com/newportcoast 135 SE 32nd, Newport, OR 97365-4934 HOME MEDICAL EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES (541) 265-5581 Barb Mantha http://www.homemedicalcentral.com 644 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365
HONEYWOOD WINERY (503) 362-4111 Lesley Gallick http://www.honeywoodwinery.com 1350 Hines St. SE, Salem, OR 97302 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF LINCOLN COUNTY (541) 265-5326 Joanne Troy http://www.halc.info 1039 NW Nye St, Newport, OR 97365-3298 HOWARD ADAMS CPA (541) 265-6959 Howard Adams 833 SW Government St., Newport, OR 97365-5124 HUB CITY GRAPHICS (541) 926-4204 Brandon Hoefer http://www.facebook.com/Hubcity-Graphics-344617272661819/ 2860 Santiam Hwy SE, Albany, OR 97322 HUMMINGBIRD AUTO GLASS (541) 265-5141 Ryan Bledsoe http://www.hummingbirdautoglass.com 3916 SW Coast Hwy, South Beach, OR 97366 ICONIPRO SECURITY & ALARM (503) 965-7555 Glenn http://www.iconipro.com 38209 Brooten Road, Pacific City, OR 97135 IDEA PRINT WORKS, INC. (541) 265-8277 Brad Benner http://www.ideaprintworks.com 1218 NW Grove, Newport, OR 97365-2434 INDUSTRIAL CREDIT SERVICE (541) 368-5166 Wanda Henning INN AT NYE BEACH (541) 265-2477 Kristina Young http://www.innatnyebeach.com 729 NW Coast St., Newport, OR 97365-3410 INN AT OTTER CREST (541) 765-2111 Kim Fox http://www.innatottercrest.com 301 Otter Crest Drive, Otter Rock, OR 97369 INN AT SPANISH HEAD (541) 996-2161 Susan Burr http://www.spanishhead.com 4009 SW US-101, Lincoln City, OR 97367-1547 INNER WISDOM / H&K SERVICES, INC. (541) 270-5601 Elaine Correia www.lovesoultosoul.com Waldport, OR 97394-0840 INSTANT REPLAY SPORTS & KIDS (541) 265-9202 Michelle Harris http://www.instant-replay.net/Home.html 355 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 IZZY'S (541) 265-3636 Max Alatriste http://www.izzy'spizza.com 5251 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-1313 J & J COASTAL ELECTRIC (541) 265-2988 Gail Jefferson http://jjcoastalelectric.com 348 SE 1st St, Newport, OR 97365 J WRIGLEY VINEYARDS (503) 857-3070 Jody Wrigley http://www.jwrigleyvineyards.com 19390 SW Cherry Hill, Sheridan, OR 97378 J.C. MARKET (541) 265-6641 Diane Mattson http://www.jcmarket.net 107 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-3163 JERRY & OPAL WHITE (541) 265-8440 Jerry White 914 SW 12th St, Newport, OR 97365-4812 JOAN WESLEY WEDDING OFFICIANT (541) 563-3901 Joan Wesley 1650 Alsea Hwy, Waldport, OR 97394 JOHN L. SCOTT REALTY (541) 265-2345 Jon Lynch http://www.mycoasthome.com 306 E Olive, Newport, OR 97365-4934 JOSEPH SWAFFORD (541) 265-3076 Joseph Swafford 272 NE 69th Place, Newport, OR 97365 KAM MENG CHINESE RESTAURANT (541) 574-9450 Huiya Chen http://www.kammengchineserestaurant.com 4424 N Coast HWY, Newport, OR 97365-1585 KENT & RUTH KRONEMAN (541) 961-9704 Kent Kroneman KEY COMMUNICATIONS (541) 270-3396 Debra Griffin http://www.keyplaces.org Newport, OR
KNIGHTS INN NEWPORT (541) 265-4533 Linda Lien http://knightsinn.com/hotels/oregon/newport/knights-inn-newport/hotel-overview 1823 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 KNPT/KYTE/KCRF/KBCH/U92 RADIO AND OREGONCOASTDAILYNEWS.COM (541) 265-2266 Dave Miller http://www.ybcradio.com 906 SW Alder, Newport, OR 97365-4712 KONECT AVIATION OREGON (503) 376-0190 Holly Nehls http://www.konect-aviation.com 35 SE 84th St, (Newport Airport), South Beach, OR 97366 KSHL RADIO (541) 265-3000 Stephanie Linn http://kshl.com 131 NE 15th, Newport, OR 97365 KYAQ 91.7 FM (541) 635-0034 Franki Trujillo-Dalbey http://www.kyaq.org 321 SE 3rd St, Floweree Community Center, Toledo, OR 97391 LA MAISON (541) 265-8812 Kate Brown http://www.lamaisoncafe.com 315 SW 9th St., Newport, OR 97365 LA QUINTA INN & SUITES (541) 867-7727 Pam Menzies http://www.lq.com 45 SE 32nd Street, Newport, OR 97365 LARIMEE WARD (541) 574-3381 Larimee Ward Newport, OR 97365-4934 LAUREN PEROTTI PURPOSE AND PROSPERITY PROGRAMS (415) 686-2169 Lauren Perotti http://laurenperotti.com 96 NW 33rd Place #F, Newport, OR 97365 LAW OFFICES OF ADAM C. SPRINGER AND GARY C. HAMILTON (541) 272-5500 Adam Springer http://www.yaquinalaw.com 914 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 LE'ANNE MCEACHERN, AU.D. (541) 272-5015 Le'Anne McEachern, Au.D. http://www.hearingnewport.com 1622 N. Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 LEE RITZMAN (541) 265-7108 Lee Ritzman 727 NW Lee St., Newport, OR 97365-4934 LEGAL SHIELD (541) 409-7019 Vicki Mathis http://vickimathis.legalshieldassociate.com 6310 N Hwy 101 Unit 5, Otis, OR 97368 LIFE FLIGHT NETWORK (541) 280-1224 Cindy McGrath http://www.lifeflight.org 22285 Yellow Gate Lane, Ste 102, Aurora, OR 97002 LIGGETTS FLOORING (541) 265-6290 Larry & Kathy Liggett http://liggettsflooring.com 2266 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 LINCOLN CITY SPORTING GOODS & ELECTRONICS (541) 996-4747 Bruce Polvi 800 SE Hwy 101, Lincoln CIty, OR 97367 LINCOLN COUNTY CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY CENTER (541) 574-0841 Dr. Paul Schrader http://www.childrensadvocacycenter.net 122 NE 47th St, Newport, OR 97365-4934 LINCOLN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS (541) 265-4100 Doug Hunt http://www.co.lincoln.or.us 225 W Olive St, Room 110, Newport, OR 97365-3868 LINCOLN COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY (541) 265-4145 Michelle Branam http://www.co.lincoln.or.us/da/ 225 W Olive St, Room 100, Newport, OR 97365-3871 LINCOLN COUNTY FOSTER PARENT ASSOCIATION Kaety Jacobson http://www.lincolncountyfosterparent.com PO Box# 668, Newport, OR 97365 LINCOLN COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY (541) 265-7509 Steve Wyatt http://www.oregoncoasthistory.org 545 SW 9th St, Newport, OR 97365-4726 LINCOLN COUNTY REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE (541) 272-5085 Patrick Hazel http://goplincolncounty.com LINCOLN COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT (541) 265-9211 Tom Rinearson http://www.lincoln.k12.or.us 459 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-4978
LINCOLN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE (541) 265-0652 Curtis Landers http://www.lincolncountysheriff.net 225 W Olive St, Newport, OR 97365 LINCOLN COUNTY TRANSIT (541) 574-1292 Fred Callazo 410 NE Harney St, Newport, OR 97365-2504 LINCOLN GLASS COMPANY (541) 265-8836 Dan Mason http://www.lincolnglassnewport.com 147 NE 1st, Newport, OR 97365-3042 LINCOLN PLUMBING INC (541) 265-7576 Anita Kosydar http://www.lincolnplumbing.biz 129 NW 16th St, Newport, OR 97365-4934 LINCOLN STORAGE SOUTH BEACH (541) 867-6550 Stephanie Foster http://lincoln-storage.com 4809 S Coast Hwy, South Beach, OR 97366 LINDA KILBRIDE (541) 265-3555 Linda Kilbride 1212 SE 1St Street, Newport, OR 97365 LINN BENTON LINCOLN WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD (541) 758-2642 Carmen Ohling http://www.region4wib.org 545 SW 2nd St, Ste A, Corvallis, OR 97333 LITTLE CREEK APARTMENTS LLC (541) 265-2663 Robert Dasi http://www.littlecreekcove.com 365 NE 36th St, Newport, OR 97365-1585 LITTLE CREEK COVE (541) 265-8587 Robert Dasi http://www.littlecreekcove.com 3641 NW Oceanview Dr, Newport, OR 97365-1539 LOCAL FAVORITES (503) 970-7630 Terry Williams http://www.oregoncoastfavorites.com 12045 NW Marshall, Portland, OR 97229 LOCAL OCEAN SEAFOODS (541) 574-7959 Laura Anderson http://www.localocean.net 213 SE Bay Blvd.., Newport, OR 97365 LOOFAH SOAPS N CREATIONS LLC. (541) 272-5040 Franny Matsko http://www.loofahsoapsncreations.com 875 SW Bay Blvd. #C, Newport, OR 97365 LOON LAKE LODGE & RV RESORT (541) 599-2244 Julie Celeste http://www.loonlakerv.com 9011 Loon Lake Road, Reedsport, OR 97467 LULAROE MAGGIE WHITE (541) 961-6665 Maggie White 439 SW 6th St., Newport, OR 97365 M&P AUTHENTIC THAI CUISINE (971) 236-6566 Day Chay http://newportthaifood.com 836 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365-4934 MACPHERSON, GINTNER & DIAZ (541) 265-8881 Richard Diaz http://www.mggdlaw.com 423 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-3193 MAI'S ASIAN MARKET (541) 265-5868 Mai Shearer 256 E Olive St, #A, Newport, OR 97365 MAIN AUTO BODY (541) 867-6721 Micayla Neuschwander 4350 S Coast Hwy, South Beach, OR 97366-9600 MAINSTREAM MUSIC (541) 961-4658 JG Groves http://mainstreamjg.wix.com/mainstreammusic MARIAH NELSON, LMT #13202 (541) 961-4890 Mariah Nelson http://mariah.massagetherapy.com 1600 N Coast, Newport, OR 97365-4934 MARINE DISCOVERY TOURS (541) 265-6200 Fran & Don Mathews http://www.marinediscovery.com 345 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365-4509 MARK & CINDY MCCONNELL (541) 270-1313 Mark McConnell MARK BUILDER, DMD, INC. (541) 264-2800 Dr. Mark Builder http://markbuilderdmd.com/ 123 SE Douglas St, Newport, OR 97365-4426 MARK HANRAHAN CONSTRUCTION (541) 270-1122 Mark Hanrahan http://www.markhanrahanconstruction.com PO Box 2063, Newport, OR 97365
MARK MIRANDA (541) 265-4034 Mark Miranda MARTEK REAL ESTATE (541) 265-8785 Doretta Smith http://martekrealestate.com 567 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 MAZATLAN MEXICAN RESTAURANT (541) 265-8595 Salvador Fuentes 404 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-4930 MCDONALD'S #5678 (541) 265-9866 Todd Tobey 1300 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-2445 MINOR, BANDONIS, & HAGGERTY, P.C. (541) 265-8888 Brian Haggerty http://www.newportlaw.com 236 W Olive, Newport, OR 97365-3879 MISHEY REAL ESTATE (541) 265-2281 Woody Ouderkirk http://www.misheyrealestate.com 433 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-3100 MOBY DICK'S SEAFOOD & SPIRITS (541) 265-7847 Bonnie McFadden http://www.mobydicksseafood.com/ 448 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-4930 MONEY SAVER MOTEL (541) 265-2277 Bhupen/Kokila Khalasi http://www.newportoregonmotel.com 861 SW Coast Hwy 101, Newport, OR 97365-5142 MOOLACK SHORES MOTEL (541) 265-2326 Patrick Hazard http://www.moolackshores.com 8835 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-9514 MOORE ACCOUNTING SOLUTIONS, LLC (541) 265-2951 Helen Moore http://www.onemooresolution.com 191 NW 70th Street, Newport, OR 97365-4934 MO'S RESTAURANT & ANNEX (541) 265-7512 Gabrielle McEntee http://www.moschowder.com 657 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365-4719 MOTEL 6 (541) 867-7055 Chetan Khalasi http://www.motel6.com 2633 S Pacific Way, Newport, OR 97365 MR. WIZARD (541) 283-5987 Erich Knudson http://www.mr-wizards.com 1310 SW Corona Ct, Waldport, OR 97394 MULDER SHEET METAL, INC. (541) 265-4269 Bill & Margaret Mulder http://www.powrfab.com 155 NE 10th St, Newport, OR 97365-3104 MY SISTERS' PLACE (541) 574-9424 Lisa Norton http://www.mysistersplace.us 934 SW 8th St., Newport, OR 97365 MYSTHAVEN (503) 799-3311 Luanna Corder http://www.mysthaven.net 162 SW 86th Court, South Beach, OR 97366 NANA'S IRISH PUB (541) 574-8787 Philomena O'Brien http://www.nanasirishpub.com 613 NW 3rd Street, Newport, OR 97365-4934 NEWPORT BASEBALL & SOFTBALL ASSOCIATION (541) 961-5359 Jason Malloy http://quickscores.com/nbasa PO Box 1956, Newport, OR 97365 NEWPORT BAY CANDLE CO. (541) 265-6111 Jody Malloy http://www.newportbaycandle.com 116 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 NEWPORT BAY MOTEL (541) 265-2241 Linda Lien http://newportbaymotel.com 754 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-5018 NEWPORT BELLE B & B (541) 867-6290 Nancy Sims http://www.newportbelle.com South Beach Marina 'H' Dock, Newport, OR 97365 NEWPORT BOOSTER CLUB (541) 265-7249 Rob Thompson http://www.newportmarathon.org 2020 NE 22nd, Newport, OR 97365-4934 NEWPORT BPO ELKS #2105 541-265-2105 Dave Teem PO Box 966, Newport, OR 97365
NEWPORT BUSINESS PLAZA (541) 867-6531 Peggy Zachary http://www.aquariumvillage.net 4909 South Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-5262 NEWPORT CAFE (541) 574-6847 David See http://www.thenewportcafe.com 534 N. Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-4934 NEWPORT CANDY SHOPPE LTD. (541) 265-2580 Robert Hoefs http://www.facebook.com/pages/Newport-Candy-Shoppe-LTD/152609674755972 440 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365 NEWPORT CHIROPRACTIC (541) 265-9218 Rachael Whitman http://newporthealthcare.com 344 SW 7th St Suite D, Newport, OR 97365-4915 NEWPORT DENTAL (541) 265-8501 Scott Loiselle http://www.newportoregondental.com 612 SW 9th St., Newport, OR 97365 NEWPORT DIGITAL CITY GUIDE (541) 971-1069 Brian Brooks http://www.oregoncityguides.com NEWPORT ELECTRIC (541) 270-4570 Ron Evans 2308 N Coast Hwy # B, C, Newport, OR 97365 NEWPORT FARMERS' MARKET (541) 961-8236 Linda Cline http://www.newportfarmersmarket.org Hwy 101 & Angle Street, Newport, OR 97365 NEWPORT FISHERMEN'S WIVES INC. (541) 264-5890 Jennifer Schock Stevenson http://www.newportfishermenswives.com PO Box 971, Newport, OR 97365 NEWPORT FOOD PANTRY (541) 270-0842 Jim Myers http://newportfoodpantry.org 227 NE 12th St., Newport, OR 97365-4934 NEWPORT GENTLE DENTISTRY PC ïšº RANDALL TEICH DDS (541) 265-7900 Randall Teich, DDS http://www.gentledentist.com 911 Ne Avery St., Newport, OR 97365 NEWPORT GLASS CO INC. (541) 265-2226 Don Hamilton 152 NE 11th St, Newport, OR 97365-3109 NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL (541) 265-9281 Jon Zagel http://www.lincoln.k12.or.us/ 322 NE Eads, Newport, OR 97365-2894 NEWPORT LAZERQUICK (541) 265-6425 Rose Reed http://www.lazerrose.com 145 N Coast Hwy Suite C, Newport, OR 97365-3165 NEWPORT LIBRARY (541) 265-2153 Ted Smith http://www.newportlibrary.org 35 NW Nye St, Newport, OR 97365 NEWPORT LIONS CLUB (541) 574-4070 President http://newportlions.org PO Box 457, Newport, OR 97365 NEWPORT LIQUOR STORE (541) 265-5621 Richard Grady 2019 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 NEWPORT LOYALTY DAYS ASSOCIATION (541) 867-6333 Ashley Duvall http://www.facebook.com/NewportLoyaltyDays/ NEWPORT MARINA STORE & CHARTERS, INC (541) 867-4470 Chris Olson http://www.nmscharters.com 2128 SE Marine Science Drive, Newport, OR 97365 NEWPORT MARINE & RV SERVICE (541) 867-3704 Dale Webster http://www.newportmarinerv.com 4354 S Coast Hwy 101, South Beach, OR 97366-9600 NEWPORT MASONIC FAMILY (541) 961-4640 Milton Preisz 435 SW 9th St., Newport, OR 97365 NEWPORT NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY (541) 265-2761 541 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 NEWPORT NEWS TIMES (541) 265-8571 Jamie Rand http://www.newportnewstimes.com 831 NE Avery, Newport, OR 97365-3033 NEWPORT PARKS & RECREATION CENTER (541) 265-7783 Jim Protiva http://newportoregon.gov/dept/par/ 225 SE Avery St, Newport, OR 97365
NEWPORT PHYSICAL THERAPY (541) 265-4252 Heather Dodge Hasselschwert http://newportpt.net/11123.html 1010 SW Coast Hwy Suite 102, Newport, OR 97365-5233 NEWPORT PLUMBING, INC. (541) 265-7030 Debbie Reniker http://newportplumbing.com 940 SW 10th St, Newport, OR 97365-2358 NEWPORT POLICE DEPARTMENT (541) 574-3348 Jason Malloy http://www.newportpolice.net 169 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 NEWPORT POLICE VOLUNTEER ASSOCIATION (541) 574-5866 Ed Simon http://newportoregon.gov/dept/npd/volunteers.asp 169 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 NEWPORT RENTAL SERVICE (541) 265-5721 Steve Lawrence http://newportrental.net 435 E Olive St, Newport, OR 97365-2897 NEWPORT SIGNS (541) 867-7600 Ken Spencer http://www.newportsignshop.com 4909 S. Pacific Coast Hwy Suite 105, South Beach, OR 97366 NEWPORT STEAK & SEAFOOD (541) 265-8283 Gloria Huguley 1019 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-5218 NEWPORT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (541) 574-0614 John Lavrakas http://newportsymphony.org 777 W Olive St, Newport, OR 97365 NEWPORT TRADEWINDS (541) 265-2101 Helen Waddell http://www.newporttradewinds.com 653 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365-4718 NEWPORT VISION CENTER (541) 265-2020 Dan Hyduchak http://www.newport-vision.com 914 SW Hurbert, Newport, OR 97365 NEWSLINCOLNCOUNTY.COM (541) 251-1408 David Morgan http://newslincolncounty.com NOAA MOCP (541) 867-8700 Capt. Todd Bridgeman http://www.moc.noaa.gov 2002 NE Marine Science Drive, Newport, OR 97365 NOBLE ESTATE NEWPORT (541) 272-5222 Ali Conrad http://www.nobleestatewinery.com 146 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365 NORTHWEST ALLPRO AUTO CLINIC (541) 265-5225 Patrick White 306 SW 9th St., Newport, OR 97365 NORTHWEST COASTAL HOUSING (541) 574-0320 Manager https://www.nwcoastalhousing.org/ NORTHWEST MANAGEMENT JOHN BAKER (541) 265-2525 John Baker 2014 NE Crestview Dr, Newport, OR 97365-1821 NORTHWEST OREGON WORKS (541) 921-7311 Heather DeSart http://www.onwib.org 3788 SE High School Dr., Lincoln City, OR 97367 NORTHWEST RELIABLE, LLC. (541) 961-2744 Paul Dunphy http://reliablehandyman.co NW NATURAL (541) 994-2111 ext 8530 Cindi Fostveit http://www.nwnatural.com 1405 SW Hwy 101, Lincoln City, OR 97367-2358 NYE BEACH MERCHANT ASSOCIATION (541) 574-1963 Rebecah Lutz http://www.nyebeach.org Newport, OR 97365 NYE BEACH SWEETS (541) 574-1963 Rebecah Lutz http://www.nyebeachsweets.com 314 NW Coast Street, Newport, OR 97365 NYE BEACH VACATION RENTALS PIETROK 2, LLC (541) 231-4899 Gary & Cassandra Pietrok http://www.nyebeachvacationrentals.com 407 NW High Street, Newport, OR 97365 NYE COTTAGE VACATION RENTALS (541) 265-6262 Linda Neigebauer http://www.nyecottage.com 208 NW Coast St.#1, Newport, OR 97365 OC EYE CARE LLC (541) 264-7726 Sky Schroeder http://oc-eyecare.com 825 SW Abbey, Newport, OR 97365
OCCA/PAC/VAC (541) 265-2787 Catherine Rickbone http://www.coastarts.org 777 W Olive St, Newport, OR 97365-3725 OCEAN EQUITY REAL ESTATE & INVESTMENTS, INC (541) 265-8303 Brodie Becksted http://www.oceanequity.com 1107 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 OCEAN HOUSE BED & BREAKFAST (541) 265-3888 Craig Lodge http://www.oceanhouse.com 4920 NW Woody Way, Newport, OR 97365 OCEAN ODYSSEY VACATION RENTALS (541) 547-3637 Cheryl LaRiccia http://www.ocean-odyssey.com 251 Hwy 101, Yachats, OR 97498 OCEAN TIRE & AUTO SERVICE (541) 265-5075 Doug Orr 1114 N Coast Highway, Newport, OR 97365 OCEAN18 MEDIA SERVICES (541) 961-1627 Casey Miller http://www.ocean18.net OCEANA NATURAL FOODS COOP (541) 265-8285 Rhonda Fry http://www.oceanafoods.org 159 SE 2nd Street, Newport, OR 97365-4497 OCEANIC ARTS (541) 265-5963 Jack & Tammy Butler http://oregoncoastgalleries.com 444 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365-4508 OCEANVIEW SENIOR LIVING (541) 574-0550 Steven Bae http://www.oceanviewseniorliving.com 525 NE 71st St, Newport, OR 97365 OFF THE HOOK RESTAURANT (541) 867-5555 Chad Liane https://www.facebook.com/Newport-OFF-the-HOOK-bar-and-grill-234419093737767 3211 S. Coast Hwy, South Beach, OR 97366 OKSENHOLT COMPANIES (541) 994-8610 Rachel Garnick http://www.oksenholtcompanies.com 200 NW 36th St, Lincoln City, OR 97367 OKSENHOLT CONSTRUCTION (541) 994-8600 Blake Phillips http://www.oksenholtcompanies.com 2004 NW 36th St., Lincoln City, OR 97367 OLALLA VALLEY GOLF COURSE (541) 336-2121 Eric Anderson 1022 Olalla Rd, Toledo, OR 97391 OMSI COASTAL DISCOVERY CENTER CAMP GRAY (541) 819-0032 Anne Armstrong http://www.omsi.edu 3400 SW Abalone St, South Beach , OR 97366 OREGON BEACH VACATIONS (503) 528-7491 David McElveen http://www.oregonbeachvacations.com 9020 SE Washington Sq. Rd Ste. 450, Portland, OR 97223 OREGON CASCADES WEST COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS (541) 924-8435 Sue Forty http://www.ocwcog.org 1400 Queens Ave SE Ste. #201, Albany, OR 97322 OREGON COAST AGATE CLUB (541) 991-0311 George Mazeika http://www.coastagates.org OREGON COAST APPRAISAL SERVICE (541) 265-3012 Bill Bain 4910 NW Woody Way, Newport, OR 97365 OREGON COAST AQUARIUM (541) 867-3474 Carrie Lewis http://www.aquarium.org 2820 SE Ferry Slip Rd, Newport, OR 97365-5269 OREGON COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE (541) 867-8532 Birgitte Ryslinge http://www.oregoncoastcc.org 400 SE College Way, Newport, OR 97366 OREGON COAST GLASSWORKS (541) 574-8226 Robin Murphy http://www.oregoncoastglassworks.com 616 E. Olive St (corner of Hwy 20 and Fogarty Street), Newport, OR 97365 OREGON COAST MAGAZINE (541) 997-8401 ext 140 Alicia Spooner http://www.northwestmagazines.com OREGON COAST TECHNOLOGY (541) 351-8947 Curt Abbott http://www.orcotech.com 760 Range Drive, Waldport, OR 97394 OREGON COAST THERAPY ANIMALS (541) 270-3339 Linda Hill http://www.oregoncoasttherapyanimals.org
OREGON COAST TODAY (541) 921-0413 Patrick Alexander http://www.oregoncoasttoday.com 248 Bear Creek Rd, Otis, OR 97368 OREGON EYES VISION CENTER (541) 265-9458 Gilbert LeCren 111 SE Douglas St. Ste D, Newport, OR 97365-0107 OREGON OYSTER FARMS (541) 265-5078 Xin Lee http://www.oregonoyster.com 6878 Yaquina Bay Rd, Newport, OR 97365-4934 OREGON STATE CREDIT UNION (541) 714-4135 Denise Rundell http://oregonstatecu.com 1923 N. Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 OREGON STATE PARKS & RECREATION DEPT. (541) 867-7451 Dennis Comfort http://www.prd.state.or.us 5580 S Coast Hwy, South Beach, OR 97366-9601 OREGON'S CHOICE GOURMET ALBACORE (541) 765-2193 Herb & Ginny Goblirsch http://www.oregonschoice.com OSSIES SURF SHOP (541) 574-4634 Dan Hasselschwert http://ossiessurfshop.com 4860 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-4934 OSU EXTENSION LINCOLN COUNTY (541) 574-6534 Kaety Jacobson http://extension.oregonstate.edu/lincoln 1211 SE Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365-4934 OUDERKIRK & HOLLEN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW (541) 574-1630 Jeff Ouderkirk http://www.ouderkirkhollen.com 615 SW Hurbert Street, Suite A, Newport, OR 97365 OVERLEAF LODGE (541) 547-4880 Terry Abeyta http://www.overleaflodge.com 280 Overleaf Lodge Lane, Yachats, OR 97498 PAADA PARTNERSHIP AGAINST ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE (541) 574-7890 Don McDonald http://www.PAADA.org 351 SE Harney St, Room C, Newport, OR 97365-4934 PACIFIC COAST LOCK & SAFE, LLC (541) 961-1376 Art Moore http://pacificcoastlockandsafellc.com 1329 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-4934 PACIFIC COMM. HEALTH DISTRICT FOUNDATION (541) 574-4745 Ursula Marinelli http://www.samhealth.org/pchdf 930 SW Abbey, Newport, OR 97365-4820 PACIFIC EYE ASSOCIATES (541) 265-6582 Chrysti McCallum 775 SW 9th, Newport, OR 97365-4850 PACIFIC HORTICA (541) 528-7841 David Getner PACIFIC SHORES RV OWNERS ASSOCIATION (541) 265-3750 Kurt Gehlken http://pacificshoresmotorcoachresort.com 6225 N Coast Hwy 101, Newport, OR 97365-1100 PACIFIC SHRIMP COMPANY (541) 265-4215 Kelly Allard 213 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365 PACIFIC SOURDOUGH (541) 563-3044 Katrin McNeil http://pacificsourdough.com 740 NE Mill Street, Waldport, OR 97394 PACIFIC TIRE & BRAKE (541) 265-8896 Roly Kalez http://pacifictireandbrake.com 1027 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-3141 PACIFIC WEST AMBULANCE (541) 265-3175 Jeff Mathia http://pacificwest.us.com/ 609 NW Coast St, Newport, OR 97365-4634 PATRICK A. HAZEL (541) 264-8475 Patrick Hazel Newport, OR 97365 PATTI LITTLEHALES (541) 270-1496 Patti Littlehales http://courts.oregon.gov/lincoln Newport, OR PAYNE WEST INSURANCE (541) 265-7768 John Russell http://www.wsi-insurance.com 811 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-3140 PEAK INTERNET, LLC (800) 731-4871 Rodney Wood http://www.peakinternet.com 1600 SW Western Blvd., Corvallis, OR 97333
PEERLESS PUFFIN (541) 265-3153 Liz Franklin 742 NW Beach Drive, Newport, OR 97365-3561 PELICAN PRODUCTIONS (503) 717-1122 Gary Hayes http://coastexplorermagazine.com PETER CORVALLIS PRODUCTIONS (503) 222-1664 Athena Paskill http://petercorvallis.com 2204 N Clark Ave, Portland, OR 97227 PFLAG OREGON CENTRAL COAST (541) 265-7194 Jeannie St. John http://www.occpflag.org 3815 Yaquina Bay Rd., Newport, OR 97365 PHOTOS BY JO WIENERT (541) 270-6321 Jo-Hanna Wienert http://www.jofotos.com 1173 SE Harbor Crescent Drive, Newport, OR 97365-4934 PIER 839 RESTAURANT & BAR (541) 264-8478 Vee Chhim 839 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365-4934 PIG N PANCAKE (541) 265-9065 Zachary Poole http://www.pignpancake.com 810 SW Alder Suite A, Newport, OR 97365-4934 PIONEER PRINTING INC. (541) 265-5242 Dave & Carol Shank http://www.pioneerprinting.net 231 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-3111 PIONEER TELEPHONE COOPERATIVE (541) 563-3135 Shannon Morgan http://www.pioneer.net 575 W. Willow St., Waldport, OR 97394 PIRATE'S PLUNDER (541) 867-6000 Sean Coyle https://www.facebook.com/Pirates-Plunder-Antiques-and-Collectibles-Mall-in-NewportOregon-108868332467699 3145 SE Ferry Slip Rd, Newport, OR 97365 PIZZA ME (541) 336-9999 Larry Little 328 W/ Hwy 20, Toledo, OR 97391 PLATT ELECTRIC SUPPLY (541) 265-6822 Mike Boxberger http://www.platt.com 1231 NW Grove St, Newport, OR 97365 PORT OF NEWPORT (541) 265-7758 Port Manager http://www.portofnewport.com 600 SE Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365-4338 PORT OF NEWPORT: MARINA & RV PARK (541) 867-3321 Manager http://www.portofnewport.com 2120 SE Marine Science Drive, Newport, OR 97365-4934 PORTHOLE PLAYERS, LTD. (541) 265-9269 Vickie Steen http://www.portholeplayers.org POWER OF NEWPORT (541) 265-4601 Mike Woodword http://www.powerford.com 1107 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-3144 PRESENTS PAST (541) 272-5082 John Schmidt http://presentspastonline.com 818 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365 PRIDGEON & MCCRUM, LLC (541) 265-2217 Jeff Pridgeon http://www.oregoncoastlawyers.com 515 W Olive St, Newport, OR 97365-3718 PROBUILD (541) 265-2221 David Myers http://www.lumbermens.net 615 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-3149 QUADE COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION CORP. (541) 994-5829 Manager 1990 SE Devils Rd, Lincoln City, OR 97367-2628 RAIN REGIONAL ACCELERATOR &INNOVATION NETWORK (971) 282-8003 David Youngentob http://www.oregonrain.org 2850 Alder Street, Eugene, OR 97403 REACH AIR MEDICAL SERVICES (541) 707-7000 Jeff Martinez http://www.amcnrep.com RED OCTOPUS THEATRE COMPANY (541) 574-1950 Ron Miller 626 NW Hurbert, Newport, OR 97365-4934 RENNIE FERRIS (541) 270-3786 Rennie Ferris 5640 NW Biggs St, Newport, OR 97365
RICOH USA INC. (503) 603-8327 http://ricoh-usa.com 12100 SW Garden Place, Portland, OR 97223 RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT! (541) 265-2206 David Heater http://www.marinersquare.com 250 SW Bay Blvd.., Newport, OR 97365-4500 ROBBEN INC. (541) 994-5530 http://www.robbeninc.com 3244 NE Hwy 101, Lincoln City, OR 97367 ROBERT W. SMITH PH.D. (541) 574-0170 Robert Smith http://www.uscgnewportvu.info 1590 NW Spring Street, Newport, OR 97365-2345 ROBY'S FURNITURE (541) 265-9520 Andrea Langeliers 5111 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-1314 RODEWAY INN & LEE'S WOK RESTAURANT (541) 265-5321 Toby Lee 206 North Coast Hwy Newport, OR 97365-4934 ROGER YOST BAY STREET GALLERY (541) 574-0802 Roger Yost http://www.rogeryostgallery.com 859 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365 ROGUE ALES PUBLIC HOUSE (541) 265-3188 Michael Roden http://www.rogue.com 748 Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365 ROGUE BED & BEER (541) 961-0142 Stacey Maier http://www.rogue.com 748 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365 ROGUE CREAMERY (541) 665-1155 x 141 Tawny Westphalene http://www.roguecreamery.com 311 N. Front St., Central Point, OR 97502 ROGUE HOUSE OF SPIRITS (541) 867-3670 Brad Letsom http://www.rogue.com 2122 Marine Science Drive, Newport, OR 97365-4934 ROTARY CLUB OF NEWPORT (541) 574-0600 Ted Smith http://www.newportrotaryclub.org ROUMAGOUX STUDIO (541) 265-9260 Sandy Roumagoux http://roumagoux.com 18 SW Cottage St., Newport, OR 97365 RUTHIE STURGEON MARY KAY INDEPENDENT BEAUTY CONSULTANT (541) 351-5471 Ruthie Sturgeon http://www.marykay.com/ruthsturgeon SAFE LOCK STORAGE (541) 867-4607 Craig Hansen 3639 SE Ash, South Beach, OR 97366-9758 SAFEWAY INC. (541) 265-2930 Randy Alimossy 2220 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-1708 SAFFRON SALMON (541) 265-8921 Stacy Schellinger 859 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365 SALISHAN SPA & GOLF RESORT (541) 764-2371 Steve Hurst http://www.salishan.com 7760 N Hwy 101, Gleneden Beach, OR 97388 SALON ETHOS (541) 574-4445 Liz Rose http://salon-ethos.com 145 N. Coast Hwy #F, Newport, OR 97365 SALVATION ARMY NEWPORT CORPS (541) 265-6814 Nathan Perry http://newport.salvationarmy.org 140 NE 4th Street, Newport, OR 97365 SAMARITAN HOUSE (541) 574-8898 Lola Jones http://www.samfamshelter.org 715 SW Bay St, Newport, OR 97365 SAMARITAN PACIFIC COMMUNITIES HOSPITAL (541) 265-2244 Leslie Ogden http://www.samhealth.org/find-a-location/s/samaritan-pacific-communities-hospital 930 SW Abbey, Newport, OR 97365-4844 SAMFIT NEWPORT (541) 574-9062 Janelle Iverson http://www.samfit.org 1111 SW 10th Street, Newport, OR 97365 SAPPHIRE VACATION RENTALS, INC. (541) 248-1057 Erich Knudsen http://www.sapphire-vacation.rentals 547 SW 7th St, Newport, OR 97365
SARAH MYRICK (541) 265-3684 Sarah Myrick http://www.acrevista.com 1813 NE Crestview Pl, Newport, OR 97365-2008 SAWYER'S LANDING (541) 265-3907 Dion Blake 4098 Yaquina Bay Rd, Newport, OR 97365-4934 SCF GRAPHICS (562) 653-6776 Eric Quiles http://www.scfgraphics.com SCHOONER LANDING (541) 265-4293 Manager http://www.schoonerlanding.com 201 NW 66th Drive, Newport, OR 97365 SEA STAR ENTERPRISE F/V OCEAN LADY ''M'' (541) 961-1246 Murielle Moore Port Dock 5, Newport, OR 97365-4934 SEA TOWNE SHOPPING CENTER (503) 245-1177 Robin Rudd 1600 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 SEAL ROCKS RV COVE (541) 563-3955 Ray Johnson http://www.sealrocksrv.com 1276 NW Cross Street at US Hwy 101, Seal Rock, OR 97376 SERVCO PACIFIC INSURANCE (541) 265-5555 Jon McKnight http://servcopacific.com 1241 SE Bay Blvd. Ste 200, Newport, OR 97365 SERVPRO OF LINCOLN & POLK CO. (541) 265-7777 John Williams http://servprolincolnpolkcounties.com 2763 22nd st SE, Salem, OR 97302 SHANGRI LA (541) 265-4015 Kathy Sewell http://www.shangrilacorp.org 141 W 11th St., Newport, OR 97365 SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT COMPANY (541) 574-0774 Yvette Quale http://www.sherwin-williams.com 121 NE Harney St #D, Newport, OR 97365-2508 SHILO INN SUITES OCEANFRONT HOTEL (541) 265-7701 Beth Evans http://www.shiloinns.com 536 SW Elizabeth St, Newport, OR 97365-5012 SHOW SHERPAS LLC (719) 377-7627 Craig Koehn htp://www.showsherpas.com 4330 Heizer St, Cascade, CO 80809 SILETZ BAY MUSIC FESTIVAL (541) 992-1131 Mark Sanders http://www.siletzbaymusic.org 540 NE Hwy 101, Lincoln City, OR 97367 SILETZ TRIBAL ARTS & HERITAGE SOCIETY (541) 351-8663 Teresa Simmons 297 Swan Ave, Siletz, OR 97380 SIMPLY DESIGN STUDIOS (541) 272-5155 Sharon Biddinger http://simplydesignstudios.com 1662 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 SJ CUSTOM JEWELERS (435) 640-2808 Stewart Riddle sjcustomjewelers.com 316 NW Coast St., Newport, OR 97365 SOLALLA WEB SERVCES, LLC (541) 316-0358 Wil Black http://www.solalla.com 88 Pioneer Trail, Toledo, OR 97391 SORELLA (541) 265-4055 Stormee Wills http://sorellanyebeach.com 526 NW Coast St. #C, Newport, OR 97365 SOUTH BEACH FISH MARKET (541) 867-6800 Steve Halsey http://www.southbeachfishmarket.com 3640 S. Coast Hwy, South Beach, OR 97366 SPINDRIFT CELLARS (541) 929-6555 Tabitha Compton http://www.spindriftcellars.com 810 Applegate, Philomath, OR 97370 STARFISH POINT (541) 265-3751 Michelle Hefley http://www.starfishpoint.com 140 NW 48th Street, Newport, OR 97365-1334 STARKER FORESTS, INC (541) 929-2477 Jake Gibbs http://www.starkerforests.com 7240 SW Philomath Blvd., Corvallis, OR 97333
STATE FARM INSURANCE (541) 265-2011 Jeff Schrantz http://www.statefarm.com 313 SW 2nd St Suite A, Newport, OR 97365-3800 STATE REPRESENTATIVE DAVID GOMBERG (541) 921-2038 David Gomberg Newport, OR 97365-4934 SUBZERO SWIRLZ (541) 265-8269 Jody Malloy http://www.facebook.com/subzeroswirlz/ 106 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 SUNWEST MOTORS (541) 265-8547 Mike Schulz http://sunwesthonda.com 1030 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-3162 SWANSON'S PEST MANAGEMENT (541) 265-7330 Austin Hayes http://www.swansonspm.com SWEET HOMES BEACH RENTALS (800) 519-0437 Jamie Michel ttp://www.sweethomesrentals.com 665 Hwy 101 N., Yachats, OR 97498 SYLVIA BEACH HOTEL & TABLES OF CONTENT RESTAURANT (541) 265-5428 Charlotte Dinolt http://www.sylviabeachhotel.com 267 NW Cliff, Newport, OR 97365-3706 SYNERGY SECURITY SOLUTIONS (541) 745-7233 Mike Braaten http://www.synergy-security.com 5995 NE Elliott Circle, Corvallis, OR 97330 SYSTEMAX NORTHWEST INC. (541) 265-9599 Marty Runyon 881 NW Beach Dr., Newport, OR 97365 SZABO'S STEAKHOUSE & SEAFOOD (541) 574-0100 Mark Szabo http://www.szabossteakandseafood.net Hwy 101 & 52nd Street, Newport, OR 97365 TAPHOUSE AT NYE CREEK (541) 272-5545 Tony Bixler http://taphouseatnye.com 515 NW Coast St., Newport, OR 97365 TCB MANAGEMENT GROUP INC. (541) 265-5265 Mike Goff 4909 S Coast Hwy Suite 1 Box 2, South Beach, OR 97366 THE BARTON LAW FIRM (541) 265-5377 Bill Barton http://thebartonlawfirm.com 214 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-4927 THE COASTHOUSE (253) 631-3915 Doug Blyth http://www.vacationhomes.com/15318 14440 South Coast Hwy, South Beach, OR 97366 THE COFFEE HOUSE (541) 265-6263 Judy Lingham 156 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365-4534 THE EDGE GLASS BLOWING (541) 867-4198 Ryan Bledsoe http://www.theedgeartgallery.com 3916 S. Coast Hwy, South Beach, OR 97366 THE GRAND VICTORIAN B&B / VINTAGE COTTAGE RENTAL (541) 265-4490 Terry or Eileen Obteshka http://www.grandvictorianor.com 105 NW Coast St., Newport, OR 97365 THE KILLERS (541) 265-6865 Michelle Glines http://www.thekillers.net 811 N Coast Hwy Unit # B, Newport, OR 97365 THE LANDING AT NEWPORT (541) 574-6777 Deanne Shannon http://www.thelandingatnewport.com 890 SE Bay Blvd.., Newport, OR 97365 THE LINCOLN COUNTY DISPATCH (541) 563-4425 Larry Coonrod http://www.lincolncountydispatch.com THE LOCAL PAGES Kim Bogden http://thelocalpages.net 4910 W. Amelia Earheart Way Ste #1, Salt Lake City, UT 84116 THE MEDICATION STATION (541) 265-9170 Carla Weinert http://themedicationstations.com 454 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-4934 THE NEWS GUARD (541) 994-2178 Frank Perea http://www.thenewsguard.com 1818 N.E. 21st St., Lincoln City, OR 97367
THE OLDE TELEPHONE COMPANY (541) 272-5225 George Valenzuela http://www.theoldetelephonecompany.com 255 SW 9th St, Newport, OR 97365 THE PALLET PALACE, LLC (541) 444-1102 Guy Faust http://www.siletzrivercabin.com 3887 Logsden Road, Logsden, OR 97357 THE STORAGE PLACE (541) 867-3208 Jean Rowley 4822 S Coast Hwy, South Beach, OR 97366-9700 THE WAX WORKS (541) 265-2206 David Heater http://www.marinersquare.com 250 SW Bay Blvd.., Newport, OR 97365-4500 THE WHALER MOTEL (541) 265-9261 John Clark http://www.whalernewport.com 155 SW Elizabeth, Newport, OR 97365-3943 THOMPSON SANITARY SERVICE, INC. (541) 265-7249 Ken & Rob Thompson http://www.thompsonsanitary.com 7450 NE Avery, Newport, OR 97365 TIPS N TOES (541) 265-3261 Karen Van Natta 615 SW Hurbert St. Ste. C, Newport, OR 97365-4934 TLC PHOTOGRAPHY (541) 270-6021 Tawny Culver http://tlcweddingphotographer.com TLC, A DIVISION OF FIBRE FEDERAL CREDIT UNION (541) 265-8182 Amy Petersen http://www.tlcfcu.org 1625 N. Coast Highway, Newport, OR 97365-3098 TOLEDO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (541) 336-3183 Director http://www.toledooregon.org/ 311 N.E. 1st Street, Toledo, OR 97391 TOTAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT (541) 996-8686 Aaron Linfoot http://www.oksenholtcompanies.com 2002 NW 36th St, Lincoln City, OR 97367 TOYOTA OF NEWPORT (541) 867-3885 Michael Zilverberg http://newporttoyota.com 3234 SW Coast Hwy 101, Newport, OR 97365 TRAVEL SALEM (800) 874-7012 Angie Onyewuchi http://www.travelsalem.com 388 State Street Ste. 100, Salem, OR 97301 TRAVELODGE (541) 265-8516 Mr. Rai http://www.newportmotorinn.net 1311 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 TRI AGG INC. (541) 563-3127 Pat Tryon PO Box 975, Waldport, OR 97394-0975 TRIDENT SEAFOODS CORP. (541) 265-7279 Sharon Snow 623 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365-4718 TRUEïšºCUT ENGRAVING (541) 265-9326 Stephanie Brown 403 SW 10th, Newport, OR 97365 TYEE LODGE BED & BREAKFAST OCEAN FRONT INN (541) 265-8953 Dee Nebert http://www.tyeelodge.com 4925 NW Woody Way, Newport, OR 97365-1327 U.S. BANK (541) 265-9422 Tina Yeager http://www.usbank.com 400 E Olive, Newport, OR 97365-2895 ULTRASONIC, INC (541) 961-5308 Brian Timme http://ultrasonicevents.com Newport, OR 97365-4934 UMPQUA BANK (541) 574-6223 Lisa Westerman http://www.umpquabank.com 1250 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-2441 UNDERSEA GARDENS (541) 265-2206 David Heater http://www.marinersquare.com 250 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365-4500 UNITED WAY OF BENTON & LINCOLN COUNTIES (541) 757-7717 Laureen Urey http://www.unitedwayblc.org 2330 NW Professional Dr. Ste. 101, Corvallis, OR 97330
VACASA RENTALS (541) 305-5001 Chantelle Charpentier https://www.vacasa.com/usa/Oregon/Newport/ 3934 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd., Suite 204, Portland, OR 97212 VACATION INTERNATIONALE (541) 574-7743 Kevin Winters http://www.viresorts.com 256 E Olive Street, Newport, OR 97365-4934 VISION BUILDERS (541) 270-1544 Louie Cole http://www.visionbuilders.us 2261 E Alsea Hwy, Waldport, OR 97394 VISITOR'S CHOICE (541) 312-8072 Ted Bainbridge http://www.visitorschoiceusa.com 63025 O B Riley Rd Ste 15, Bend, OR 97702 W.W. CONSTRUCTION (541) 265-7090 Beth Wheeler http://www.wwconstruction.org 7945 NE Avery St., Newport, OR 97365 WAARVICK & WAARVICK ATTORNEYS AT LAW (541) 265-8553 Jeff Waarvick http://www.waarvick.com 924 SW Hurbert St, Newport, OR 97365-4715 WALMART (541) 265-6560 Yolanda Poe 160 NW 25th St, Newport, OR 97365-1637 WALDPORT BOOSTERS, INC. (541) 961-2508 Kevin Battles http://www.facebook.com/waldportirish.boosters WALGREENS (541) 574-4405 Larry Oshanick http://walgreens.com 27 S Coast Highway, Newport, OR 97365-4934 WALLACE KAUFMAN, MEDIATOR (541) 995-4785 Wallace Kaufman http://www.mediatethrough.com PO Box 756, Newport OR 97365 WASHINGTON FEDERAL (541) 265-2269 Kim Smith http://www.washingtonfederal.com 505 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 WAVES & MORE (541) 265-7337 Corie Eastburn 344 SW 7th Suite A, Newport, OR 97365 WAVES OF NEWPORT MOTEL & VACATION RENTALS (541) 265-4661 Billy & Shanna Lamere http://www.wavesofnewport.com 820 NW Coast St, Newport, OR 97365-3302 WEDDINGS BYTHESEA (541) 547-4547 Mary Claire Crook http://www.freewebz.com/wedsea 1092 Ocean View Dr., Yachats, OR 97498 WESLEY'S TRADING POST (541) 265-4556 Wesley Bullock 136 Se 1st Street, Newport, OR 97365-4934 WESTERN BEVERAGE CO (541) 867-7811 Rocky Huston http://www.abwholesaler.com/group12/westernbeverageco/home 130 SE 32nd, Newport, OR 97365 WESTERN STATES ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION (541) 265-8067 Stephanie Hensley http://westernstatesonline.com 235 NE Iron Mountain Rd., Newport, OR 97365 WESTERN TITLE & ESCROW COMPANY (541) 265-2288 Anji Mitchell http://www.westerntitle.com 255 SW Coast Hwy, Suite 100, Newport, OR 97365-4997 WHALE COVE INN (541) 765-4300 Helen Moore http://www.whalecoveinn.com 2345 SW Coast Hwy, Depoe Bay, OR 97341 WHALERS REST RV RESORT (541) 867-3100 Shari Paulsen http://www.rvonthego.com 50 SE 123rd Street, South Beach, OR 97366 WILDER (541) 867-7875 Bonnie Serkin http://www.wildernewport.com 2712 SE 20th Ave, Portland, OR 97212
WILDLIFE TRADING COMPANY (541) 867-3474 ext 5431 Candy Torney 2820 SE Ferry Slip Rd., Newport, OR 97365 WILES CONSTRUCTION, INC. (541) 265-3716 Ed Wiles 1570 NE Yaquina Heights Dr., Newport, OR 97365-9567 WILLIAM S. TROPE, CPA P.C. (541) 265-5646 William Trope 8 SW Lee, Newport, OR 97365-3826 WIND DRIFT GALLERY 2 (541) 265-7454 Susan Armstrong http://winddriftgallery.com 414 SW Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365-4518 WINDERMERE WEST COAST PROPERTIES (541) 265-5455 Michael Smith http://www.winwcp.com 914 SW Coast Hwy Ste. #200, Newport, OR 97365 WINDS OF PRAISE BROADCASTING (541) 574-1892 Scott Albright http://www.windsofpraise.com 1628-E N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365 WINTER HAWK SEAFOOD, LLC (541) 270-0791 Bob Aue http://www.winterhawkseafood.com Port Dock 7, Newport, OR 97365 WOLF TREE BREWERY TAPROOM (541) 563-6181 Taryn Hitselberger http://www.wolftreebrewery.com 4590 SE Harborton St., South Beach, OR 97366 WORK SOURCE OREGON EMPLOYMENT DEPT. (541) 265-8891 ext 347 Stephanie Hurllman http://www.workinginoregon.org 120 NE Avery, Newport, OR 97365-3116 WORLDMARK BY WYNDHAM (541) 765-7600 Amie Marshall http://wyndhamvacationownership.com 939 NW Hwy 101, Depoe Bay, OR 97341 YACHATS AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (541) 547-3530 Julith Sink http://www.yachats.org YAQUINA BAY CHARTERS (541) 265-6800 Jack Craven http://yaquinabaycharters.com 1000 SE Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365 YAQUINA BAY FRUIT PROCESSING (541) 867-3314 Harry Noah 2000 A Marine Science Dr., Newport, OR 97365 YAQUINA BAY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC. (541) 265-3537 Lee Hardy http://www.yaquinabayproperties.com 146 SE 1st, Newport, OR 97365 YAQUINA BAY WOODWORKS (541) 351-1403 Leo Newberg http://yaquinabaywoodworks.com 3383 N. Bayview Rd, Waldport, OR 97394 YAQUINA BAY YACHT CLUB (541) 265-9206 http://www.yaquinabayyachtclub.org 750 SE Bay Blvd., Newport, OR 97365 YAQUINA CAB CO. (541) 265-9552 Michelle Geltner YAQUINA HEAD OUTSTANDING NATURAL AREA (541) 574-3100 Janet Johnson http://www.or.blm.gov/salem/html/yaquina/ 750 Lighthouse Dr, Newport, OR 97365-1321 YARD BIRDS DESIGN AND MAINTENANCE (541) 272-7168 Robin Miller YUMMY BOWL (541) 265-8783 Yanyi Zhen http://www.yummybowlrestaurant.com 554 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365-4934 YUZEN JAPANESE CUISINE (541) 563-4766 Kazunori Bessho 10111 NW Pacific Coast Hwy, Seal Rock, OR 97376 ZIPLOCAL (503) 881-5635 Elaine Quinn http://ziplocal.com
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TCB MANAGEMENT GROUP INC.
PIRATE’S PLUNDER PRESENTS PAST THE OLDE TELEPHONE COMPANY
LITTLE CREEK APARTMENTS LLC
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OCEANVIEW SENIOR LIVING
AL FITZPATRICK BOBBIE LIPPMAN DAVID N. ALLEN DEANNA TRAIL DICK BEEMER DIGBY COOK DON LINDLY ED SIMON FRANK GELTNER - PARLIAMENTARIAN & NOTARY GEORGE PLANT JENNY LINGO JERRY & OPAL WHITE JOSEPH SWAFFORD KENT & RUTH KRONEMAN LARIMEE WARD LEE RITZMAN LINDA KILBRIDE MARK & CINDY MCCONNELL
CRESTVIEW GOLF CLUB FRIENDS OF YAQUINA LIGHTHOUSES HASTING COASTAL WOODWORKS HATFIELD MARINE SCIENCE CENTER KONECT AVIATION OREGON LINCOLN COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY MARINE DISCOVERY TOURS OMSI COASTAL DISCOVERY CENTER OREGON COAST AQUARIUM OREGON COAST GLASSWORKS OREGON OYSTER FARMS PIRATE’S PLUNDER RIPLEY’S BELIEVE IT OR NOT! SPINDRIFT CELLARS THE EDGE GLASS BLOWING THE OLDE TELEPHONE COMPANY THE WAX WORKS UNDERSEA GARDENS YAQUINA BAY CHARTERS
DH GOEBEL, ARCHITECT
CLIFF COLLARD, ATTORNEY DENNIS BARTOLDUS GUY B. GRECO ATTORNEY AT LAW HENKELS LAW, LLC LAW OFFICES OF ADAM C. SPRINGER AND GARY LEGAL SHIELD LINCOLN COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY MACPHERSON, GINTNER & DIAZ MINOR, BANDONIS, & HAGGERTY, P.C. OUDERKIRK & HOLLEN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW PRIDGEON & McCRUM, LLC THE BARTON LAW FIRM WAARVICK & WAARVICK ATTORNEYS AT LAW
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Bed & Breakfast
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CHINOOK WINDS CASINO RESORT
ALSI RESORT BREWER’S ON THE BAY KAM MENG CHINESE RESTAURANT LA MAISON LOCAL OCEAN SEAFOODS MO’S RESTAURANT & ANNEX
(541) 563-7700 (541) 867-3660 (541) 574-9450 (541) 265-8812 (541) 574-7959 (541) 265-7512
EUREKA CEMETERY & MAUSOLEUM ASSOCIATION
YAQUINA BAY WOODWORKS
BREWER’S ON THE BAY BUDDHA KAT WINERY DEPOE BAY WINERY FLYING DUTCHMAN WINERY HAUER OF THE DAUEN, INC. WINERY HONEYWOOD WINERY J WRIGLEY VINEYARDS NOBLE ESTATE NEWPORT ROGUE ALES PUBLIC HOUSE SPINDRIFT CELLARS TAPHOUSE AT NYE CREEK WOLF TREE BREWERY TAPROOM
Building Contractors/General Contractors
BEST ROOFING CO. C.P. CARLSON BUILDERS, INC. DOLPHIN CONSTRUCTION FAMILY FARM ENTERPRISES, INC. MARK HANRAHAN CONSTRUCTION OKSENHOLT COMPANIES OKSENHOLT CONSTRUCTION QUADE COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION CORP. VISION BUILDERS W.W. CONSTRUCTION WILES CONSTRUCTION, INC. YAQUINA BAY WOODWORKS
Building Materials PROBUILD
NEWPORT BUSINESS PLAZA
Cabinet Makers - Woodworking
C.P. CARLSON BUILDERS, INC. HASTING COASTAL WOODWORKS VISION BUILDERS YAQUINA BAY WOODWORKS
HANDY HAVEN RV PARK & CAR WASH HARBOR VILLAGE RV PARK LOON LAKE LODGE & RV RESORT OREGON STATE PARKS & RECREATION DEPT. PACIFIC SHORES RV OWNERS ASSOCIATION PORT OF NEWPORT
(541) 867-3660 (503) 668-3124 (541) 765-3311 (541) 765-2553 (503) 868-7359 (503) 362-4111 (503) 857-3070 (541) 272-5222 (541) 265-3188 (541) 929-6555 (541) 272-5545 (541) 563-6181 (541) 994-7663 (541) 563-2871 (541) 265-6275 (541) 563-2395 (541) 270-1122 (541) 994-8610 (541) 994-8600 (541) 994-5829 (541) 270-1544 (541) 265-7090 (541) 265-3716 (541) 351-1403 (541) 265-2221 (541) 867-6531 (541) 563-2871 (541) 867-2992 (541) 270-1544 (541) 351-1403 (541) 563-4591 (541) 265-5088 (541) 599.2244 (541) 867-7451 (541) 265-3750 (541) 265-7758
(541) 876-7879 (541) 283-5987 (541) 265-7777
Bicycle Dealers Boat Manufacturing
2 KIDS CANDY STORE NEWPORT CANDY SHOPPE LTD. NYE BEACH SWEETS OFF THE HOOK RESTAURANT
Beer, WIne & Ale Sales BIER ONE HONEYWOOD WINERY J WRIGLEY VINEYARDS NOBLE ESTATE NEWPORT ROGUE ALES PUBLIC HOUSE SPINDRIFT CELLARS
(541) 867-3321 (541) 265-3907 (541) 563-3955 (541) 867-3100
MARINE DISCOVERY TOURS NEWPORT MARINA STORE & CHARTERS, INC NEWPORT TRADEWINDS YAQUINA BAY CHARTERS
(541) 265-6200 (541) 867-4470 (541) 265-2101 (541) 265-6800
ABC PRESCHOOL & DAYCARE
Chiropractic Physicians Churches
DR. KENNETH BISHOP NEWPORT CHIROPRACTIC
(541) 264-8558 (541) 265-9218
ALL NATIONS LUTHERAN CHURCH SALVATION ARMY NEWPORT CORPS
(541) 265-2503 (541) 265-6814
FRIENDS OF LINCOLN COUNTY ANIMALS / PICK OF THE LITTER HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF LINCOLN COUNTY NORTHWEST OREGON WORKS OSU EXTENSION LINCOLN COUNTY PFLAG OREGON CENTRAL COAST ROTARY CLUB OF NEWPORT SILETZ TRIBAL ARTS & HERITAGE SOCIETY
101 LOCAL BY SPECIFICALLY PACIFIC CHILDISH TENDENCIES INSTANT REPLAY SPORTS & KIDS LULAROE - MAGGIE WHITE OSSIES SURF SHOP
(541) 961-5852 (541) 574-4437 (541) 921-7311 (541) 574-6534 (541) 265-7194 (541) 574-0600 (541) 351-8663 (541) 351-8797 (541) 265-4491 (541) 265-9202 (541) 961-6665 (541) 574-4634
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY AMERICAN LEGION #116 BPO ELKS #2105 BUY LOCAL LINCOLN COUNTY ASSOCIATION CELTIC HERITAGE ALLIANCE CENTRAL OREGON COAST NOW GREATER NEWPORT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LINCOLN COUNTY REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE LINN BENTON LINCOLN WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD NEWPORT BOOSTER CLUB NEWPORT FARMERS’ MARKET NEWPORT FISHERMEN’S WIVES, INC. NEWPORT LIONS CLUB NEWPORT LOYALTY DAYS ASSOCIATION NEWPORT MASONIC FAMILY
(541) 272-9240 (541) 265-9017 (541) 265-2105 (541) 867-8574 (541) 574-9366 (541) 270-4180 (541) 265-8801 (541) 272-5085 (541) 961-5359 (541) 265-7249 (541) 961-8236 (541) 264-5890 (541) 574-4070 (541) 867-6333 (541) 961-4640
NEWPORT POLICE VOLUNTEER ASSOCIATION NYE BEACH MERCHANT ASSOCIATION OREGON CASCADES WEST COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENT OREGON COAST AGATE CLUB OREGON COAST THERAPY ANIMALS PFLAG OREGON CENTRAL COAST PORTHOLE PLAYERS, LTD. RAIN (REGIONAL ACCELERATOR &INNOVATION NETWORK) ROTARY CLUB OF NEWPORT SILETZ TRIBAL ARTS & HERITAGE SOCIETY TOLEDO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WALDPORT BOOSTERS, INC. YACHATS AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE YAQUINA BAY YACHT CLUB
BAY LATTE BAYSCAPES GALLERY & COFFEE HOUSE DUTCH BROS. COFFEE SUBZERO SWIRLZ THE COFFEE HOUSE
INDUSTRIAL CREDIT SERVICE
EVENT COMMUNICATIONS (218) 825-9200
Crime & Trauma Scene Clean-Up
SERVPRO OF LINCOLN & POLK CO.
CEDAR CREEK QUARRIES
CENTRAL COAST DENTAL CLINIC / JAMES D WINDELL, DMD DOUG CHADWICK, DDS MARK BUILDER, DMD, INC. NEWPORT DENTAL NEWPORT GENTLE DENTISTRY PC - RANDALL TEICH, DDS
TRI AGG, INC.
NORTHWEST COASTAL HOUSING NORTHWEST OREGON WORKS RAIN (REGIONAL ACCELERATOR & INNOVATION NETWORK)
(541) 270-0399 (541) 264-7040 (541) 574-0837 (541) 351-8310 (541) 961-1482 (415) 686-2169 (541) 409-7019 (541) 265-2951 (541) 265-2525 (541) 995-4785 (541) 665-1155 ext 141
ABC PRESCHOOL & DAYCARE ANGELL JOB CORPS LINCOLN COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL OMSI COASTAL DISCOVERY CENTER @ CAMP GRAY OREGON COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE OSU EXTENSION LINCOLN COUNTY STARKER FORESTS, INC DOUG’S ELECTRIC J & J COASTAL ELECTRIC NEWPORT ELECTRIC PLATT ELECTRIC SUPPLY WESTERN STATES ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION NEWPORT POLICE DEPARTMENT PACIFIC WEST AMBULANCE BBSI, A HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMPANY CARDINAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICES NORTHWEST OREGON WORKS WORK SOURCE OREGON EMPLOYMENT DEPT. CIVIL WEST ENGINEERING
Engraving Equipment & Supplies - Medical HOME MEDICAL EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES ALSI RESORT COASTAL EVENT RENTALS PETER CORVALLIS PRODUCTIONS ULTRASONIC, INC AFTON TICKETS TCB MANAGEMENT GROUP, INC.
(503) 612-0074 (541) 265-5265
Exterminators/Pest Control Services SWANSON’S PEST MANAGEMENT THE KILLERS
(541) 265-7330 (541) 265-6865
Facility Rentals NEWPORT NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY YAQUINA BAY YACHT CLUB
(541) 265-2761 (541) 265-9206
Financial Planners EDWARD D. JONES & CO. - PETER HEISLER EDWARD JONES INVESTMENTS - RICHARD O’HEARN FINANCIAL FREEDOM WEALTH MANAGEMENT GROUP, LLC H&R BLOCK
(541) 265-4528 (541) 265-2774 (541) 574-6464 (541) 264-7270
Fishing Vessels CALIFORNIA SEAFOODS F/V TRAILBLAZER SEA STAR ENTERPRISE - F/V OCEAN LADY ‘’M’’ YAQUINA BAY CHARTERS
(805) 320-1705 (541) 574-0256 (541) 961-1246 (541) 265-6800
Fitness Centers & Products BIG 5 SPORTING GOODS INSTANT REPLAY SPORTS & KIDS SAMFIT - NEWPORT
ROGUE HOUSE OF SPIRITS
(541) 574-7191 (503) 702-7895 (541) 961-1627
(541) 563-7700 (541) 264-8491 (503) 222-1664 (541) 961-5308
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ALLIANCE OF LINCOLN COUNTY LINN BENTON LINCOLN WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD
(541) 574-9892 (541) 888-9799 (541) 921-7311 (541) 265-8891 ext 347
(541) 265-4581 (541) 265-6560
BRUNELLE ENTERPRISES DIGITAL STUDIO, LLC OCEAN18 MEDIA SERVICES
(541) 574-3348 (541) 265-3175
FRED MEYER WAL-MART
DVD, Video & TV Productions
(541) 265-8630 (541) 265-2988 (541) 270-4570 (541) 265-6822 (541) 265-8067
(541) 265-2261 (541) 265-4221 (541) 264-2800 (541) 265-8501 (541) 265-7900
(541) 265-2654 (541) 547-3137 (541) 265-9211 (541) 265-9281 (541) 819-0032 (541) 867-8532 (541) 574-6534 (541) 929-2477
(541) 665-1155 ext 141
(541) 574-0320 (541) 921-7311 (971) 282-8003
(218) 825-9200 (541) 574-6117 (541) 351-8310 (541) 265-9202 (541) 351-8947 (800) 731-4871 (541) 316-0358
CHRIS WAUGH CIVIL WEST ENGINEERING COASTAL ACCOUNTING & CONSULTING CSHERWOOD CONSULTING FRANK GELTNER - PARLIAMENTARIAN & NOTARY PUBLIC LAUREN PEROTTI PURPOSE AND PROSPERITY PROGRAMS LEGAL SHIELD MOORE ACCOUNTING SOLUTIONS, LLC NORTHWEST MANAGEMENT - JOHN BAKER WALLACE KAUFMAN, MEDIATOR
(541) 265-2208 (541) 265-4017 (541) 265-4009 (541) 265-8269 (541) 265-6263
CHAMBERMASTER COASTCOM, INC. DBA WAVE CSHERWOOD CONSULTING INSTANT REPLAY SPORTS & KIDS OREGON COAST TECHNOLOGY PEAK INTERNET, LLC SOLALLA WEB SERVCES, LLC
(541) 574-5866 (541) 574-1963 (541) 924-8435 (541) 991-0311 (541) 270-3339 (541) 265-7194 (541) 265-9269 (971) 282-8003 (541) 574-0600 (541) 351-8663 (541) 336-3183 (541) 961-2508 (541) 547-3530 (541) 265-9206
NEWPORT FOOD PANTRY STARKER FORESTS, INC PACIFIC COMM. HEALTH DISTRICT FOUNDATION
(541) 265-8335 (541) 265-9202 (541) 574-9062 (541) 270-0842 (541) 929-2477 (541) 574-4745
AFFORDABLE BURIAL & CREMATION CO. BATEMAN FUNERAL HOME
(541) 265-7111 (541) 265-2751
AMERICA’S MATTRESS OF NEWPORT EGYPTIAN FRAGRANCE ALCHEMY
(541) 265-4047 (541) 272-7730
Furniture (541) 961-3837 (541) 758-2642
FACTORY MATTRESS & FURNITURE OUTLET ROBY’S FURNITURE
Garbage Collections - Recycling Geriatrics
THOMPSON SANITARY SERVICE, INC.
AGING WISELY WITH HEARTFELT HANDS AVAMERE REHABILITATION OF NEWPORT LE’ANNE MCEACHERN, AU.D. OCEANVIEW SENIOR LIVING OREGON COAST THERAPY ANIMALS
(541) 265-8530 (541) 265-5356 (541) 272-5015 (541) 574-0550 (541) 270-3339
BAYSCAPES GALLERY & COFFEE HOUSE CHILDISH TENDENCIES EGYPTIAN FRAGRANCE ALCHEMY LOOFAH SOAPS N CREATIONS, LLC. MARINE DISCOVERY TOURS NEWPORT BAY CANDLE CO. PEERLESS PUFFIN PRESENTS PAST WILDLIFE TRADING COMPANY LINCOLN GLASS COMPANY NEWPORT GLASS CO, INC. OREGON COAST GLASSWORKS
Global Positioning System Technology ADVANCED RESEARCH CORP.
AGATE BEACH GOLF COURSE CRESTVIEW GOLF CLUB OLALLA VALLEY GOLF COURSE SALISHAN SPA & GOLF RESORT
CITY OF NEWPORT NOAA MOC-P STATE REPRESENTATIVE DAVID GOMBERG
ANDRE CASEY DESIGN HUB CITY GRAPHICS NEWPORT LAZERQUICK SCF GRAPHICS
Green Products Grocers
(541) 265-8836 (541) 265-2226 (541) 574-8226 (541) 265-9690 (541) 265-7331 (541) 563-3020 (541) 336-2121 (541) 764-2371 (541) 574-0603 (541) 867-8700 (541) 921-2038 (541) 357-9881 (541) 926-4204 (541) 265-6425 (562) 653-6776 (541) 270-1544
CASH & CARRY FRED MEYER GROCERY OUTLET J.C. MARKET MAI’S ASIAN MARKET OCEANA NATURAL FOODS CO-OP SAFEWAY, INC. WAL-MART
(541) 265-7571 (541) 265-4581 (541) 272-5207 (541) 265-6641 (541) 265-5868 (541) 265-8285 (541) 265-2930 (541) 265-6560
LINCOLN CITY SPORTING GOODS & ELECTRONIC WESLEY’S TRADING POST
Health & Wellness Consultant
THE MEDICATION STATION
LE’ANNE MCEACHERN, AU.D.
Heating & Sheet Metal
AIRROW HEATING & SHEET METAL, LLC COASTAL REFRIGERATION, HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING GROTH-GATES SHEET METAL, INC. MULDER SHEET METAL, INC. ROBBEN, INC.
Home Medical Equipment & Supplies
HOME MEDICAL EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES
Horse Back Riding
ALSI RESORT AMERICA’S BEST VALUE INN & SUITES ANCHOR PIER BAYFRONT LODGING BEACHCOMBERS HAVEN BEST WESTERN AGATE BEACH INN CHANNEL HOUSE COMFORT INN DAYS INN ECONO LODGE EDGEWATER COTTAGES ELIZABETH OCEANFRONT SUITES EMBARCADERO RESORT HOTEL FIRESIDE MOTEL HALLMARK RESORT HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS & SUITES INN AT NYE BEACH INN AT OTTER CREST INN AT SPANISH HEAD KNIGHTS INN NEWPORT LA QUINTA INN & SUITES LITTLE CREEK COVE LOON LAKE LODGE & RV RESORT MONEY SAVER MOTEL MOOLACK SHORES MOTEL MOTEL 6 NEWPORT BAY MOTEL OVERLEAF LODGE RODEWAY INN & LEE’S WOK RESTAURANT SALISHAN SPA & GOLF RESORT SCHOONER LANDING SHILO INN SUITES OCEANFRONT HOTEL STARFISH POINT SYLVIA BEACH HOTEL & TABLES OF CONTENT RESTAURANT THE LANDING AT NEWPORT THE WHALER MOTEL TRAVELODGE VACATION INTERNATIONALE WAVES OF NEWPORT MOTEL & VACATION RENTALS WHALE COVE INN WORLDMARK BY WYNDHAM
(541) 265-4017 (541) 265-4491 (541) 272-7730 (541) 272-5040 (541) 265-6200 (541) 265-6111 (541) 265-3153 (541) 272-5082 (541) 867-3474 ext 5431
Guns & Ammo
(541) 265-4460 (541) 265-9520
ABBEY FLOOR & MORE CARPET ONE FLOOR & HOME DECORATING DEN INTERIORS
(541) 996-4747 (541) 265-4556 (541) 265-9170 (541) 272-5015 (541) 265-8000 (541) 265-7275 (541) 265-8636 (541) 265-4269 (541) 994-5530 (541) 265-5581
ABEL INSURANCE AGENCY AFLAC ALLSTATE INSURANCE - BECKY DWIGGINS BARKER-UERLINGS INSURANCE FARMERS INSURANCE - BECK INSURANCE SERVICES FULLHART INSURANCE OF WALDPORT GREG WELLS INSURANCE PAYNE WEST INSURANCE SERVCO PACIFIC INSURANCE STATE FARM INSURANCE
(800) 525-0957 (541) 867-7879 (541) 283-5987 (541) 265-7777
DIAMONDS BY THE SEA EGYPTIAN FRAGRANCE ALCHEMY ROGER YOST BAY STREET GALLERY SJ CUSTOM JEWELERS
(541) 265-7755 (541) 272-7730 (541) 574-0802 (435) 640-2808
Kayaks & Surf Boards
AVAMERE REHABILITATION OF NEWPORT SAMARITAN PACIFIC COMMUNITIES HOSPITAL
(541) 265-5356 (541) 265-2244
OSSIES SURF SHOP
ADOBE RESORT MOTEL, INC. AGATE BEACH MOTEL
(541) 547-3141 (541) 265-8746
(541) 265-4528 (541) 265-2774
AIRE MASTER OF AMERICA INC. - OR DIVISION ASSOCIATED CLEANING SERVICES MR. WIZARD SERVPRO OF LINCOLN & POLK CO.
BRIGHT HORIZON THERAPUETIC RIDING CENTER
(541) 264-8426 (503) 409-7425 (541) 265-5492 (541) 757-1321 (541) 265-2802 (541) 563-3241 (541) 265-3224 (541) 265-7768 (541) 265-5555 (541) 265-2011 (541) 265-6167 (541) 265-3530 (541) 265-3315
EDWARD D. JONES & CO. - PETER HEISLER EDWARD JONES INVESTMENTS - RICHARD O’HEARN
Janitorial Services/House Cleaning Service
(541) 563-7700 (541) 265-6631 (541) 265-STAY (7829) (541) 764-2252 (541) 265-9411 (541) 765-2140 (541) 265-6203 (541) 265-5767 (541) 265-7723 (541) 563-2240 (541) 265-9400 (541) 265-8521 (541) 547-3636 (541) 265-2600 (541) 867-3377 (541) 265-2477 (541) 765-2111 (541) 996-2161 (541) 265-4533 (541) 867-7727 (541) 265-8587 (541) 599-2244 (541) 265-2277 (541) 265-2326 (541) 867-7055 (541) 265-2241 (541) 547-4880 (541) 265-5321 (541) 764-2371 (541) 265-4293 (541) 265-7701 (541) 265-3751 (541) 265-5428 (541) 574-6777 (541) 265-9261 (541) 265-8516 (541) 574-7743 (541) 265-4661 (541) 765-4300 (541) 765-7600
BUENA VISTA ARBOR CARE CO., INC CREATIVE LANDSCAPE & MAINTENANCE FAMILY FARM ENTERPRISES, INC. NORTHWEST RELIABLE, LLC.
(541) 574-4634 (541) 265-9193 (541) 336-1912 (541) 563-2395 (541) 961-2744
RENNIE FERRIS YARD BIRDS DESIGN AND MAINTENANCE
(541) 270-3786 (541) 272-7168
Lawn & Garden
ALSEA BAY POWER PRODUCTS, INC. CREATIVE LANDSCAPE & MAINTENANCE FAMILY FARM ENTERPRISES, INC. NORTHWEST RELIABLE, LLC. YARD BIRDS DESIGN AND MAINTENANCE
(541) 563-4266 (541) 336-1912 (541) 563-2395 (541) 961-2744 (541) 272-7168
Lighting Fixtures & Supplies ULTRASONIC, INC
Limousine, Taxi & Shuttles
CARAVAN AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION COASTAL LUXURY LIMOUSINE YAQUINA CAB CO.
(541) 994-9645 (541) 557-5466 (541) 921-8406 (541) 265-9552
NEWPORT LIQUOR STORE
PACIFIC COAST LOCK & SAFE, LLC
Lot Sweeping - Maintenance
ALLEN’S LOT MAINTENANCE
Mail & Message Services
FRESH PRINT NEWPORT
BERNIE’S UNIVERSAL DISPENSARY CANNAMEDICINE NEWPORT THE MEDICATION STATION
Marine & RV Services
BACK BAY MARINE, LLC NEWPORT MARINE & RV SERVICE
(541) 264-5874 (541) 867-BUDS (2837) (541) 574-2685 (541) 265-9170
BEACHCONNECTION.NET COMCAST SPOTLIGHT HUB CITY GRAPHICS
(503) 384-9617 (541) 265-6295 (541) 926-4204
EARTHBOUND BEAUTY DAY SPA, INC INNER WISDOM / H&K SERVICES, INC. MARIAH NELSON, LMT #13202
(541) 265-4232 (541) 270-5601 (541) 961-4890
WALLACE KAUFMAN, MEDIATOR
COAST GUARD STATION YAQUINA BAY NEWPORT NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY
(541) 265-5381 (541) 265-2761
BANK OF THE WEST COLUMBIA BANK DIRECTORS MORTGAGE FIRST INTERSTATE BANK OREGON STATE CREDIT UNION TLC, A DIVISION OF FIBRE FEDERAL CREDIT UNION U.S. BANK UMPQUA BANK WASHINGTON FEDERAL
(541) 265-9444 (541) 265-6666 (541) 994-6003 (541) 265-2258 (541) 714-4135 (541) 265-8182 (541) 265-9422 (541) 574-6223 (541) 265-2269
CROSS TOWN MOVERS / BEKINS VAN LINES
NEWPORT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SHOW SHERPAS, LLC SILETZ BAY MUSIC FESTIVAL
MAINSTREAM MUSIC ULTRASONIC, INC BEACHCONNECTION.NET DIGITAL STUDIO, LLC KNPT/KYTE/KCRF/KBCH/U92 RADIO AND OREGONCOASTDAILYNEWS.COM KSHL RADIO
BRUNELLE ENTERPRISES FRANK GELTNER - PARLIAMENTARIAN & NOTARY PUBLIC
Nursing Home & Rehabilitation
AVAMERE REHABILITATION OF NEWPORT
Nutritional & Health Supplements
OCEANA NATURAL FOODS CO-OP THE MEDICATION STATION
Office Equipment/Furniture/Supplies RICOH USA, INC. WESLEY’S TRADING POST
EYE CARE CENTER NEWPORT VISION CENTER OC EYE CARE, LLC OREGON EYES VISION CENTER PACIFIC EYE ASSOCIATES
(541) 961-2239 (541) 867-3704 (541) 563-4266 (541) 265-8839 (541) 265-9275
101 THINGS TO DO MAGAZINE CONNECTIONS PUBLICATIONS LLC KEY COMMUNICATIONS NEWPORT NEWS TIMES OREGON COAST MAGAZINE OREGON COAST TODAY THE LINCOLN COUNTY DISPATCH THE NEWS GUARD
ALSEA BAY POWER PRODUCTS, INC. B & F MARINE ELECTRONICS, INC. ENGLUND MARINE
Liquor Stores Locksmith
KYAQ 91.7 FM NEWPORT NEWS TIMES NEWSLINCOLNCOUNTY.COM THE LINCOLN COUNTY DISPATCH THE NEWS GUARD WINDS OF PRAISE BROADCASTING
(541) 574-0614 (719) 377-7627 (541) 992-1131 (541) 961-4658 (541) 961-5308 (503) 384-9617 (503) 702-7895 (541) 265-2266 (541) 265-3000
OREGON OYSTER FARMS
AGATE BEACH SUPPLY CO. BLUE FOOT PAINTING, LLC SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT COMPANY
Paper-Lumber-Manufactures & Wholesale GEORGIA-PACIFIC TOLEDO, LLC
FRANK GELTNER - PARLIAMENTARIAN & NOTARY PUBLIC
Pawn Shop - New & Used
WESLEY’S TRADING POST
Pet Services Pharmacy
(541) 260-8668 (541) 234-4904 (541) 270-3396 (541) 265-8571 (541) 997-8401 ext 140 (541) 921-0413 (541) 563-4425 (541) 994-2178 (541) 574-7191 (541) 961-1482 (541) 265-5356 (541) 265-8285 (541) 265-9170 (503) 603-8327 (541) 265-4556 (541) 265-8828 (541) 265-2020 (541) 264-7726 (541) 265-9458 (541) 265-6582 (541) 265-5078 (541) 265-7773 (541) 771-8179 (541) 574-0774 (541) 336-8202 (541) 961-1482 (541) 265-4556
FRIENDS OF LINCOLN COUNTY ANIMALS / PICK OF THE LITTER OREGON COAST THERAPY ANIMALS
(541) 961-5852 (541) 270-3339
Photocopying - Duplicating - Equipment & Supplies NEWPORT LAZERQUICK PIONEER PRINTING, INC. RICOH USA INC.
BRUNELLE ENTERPRISES COAST PHOTOS PHOTOGRAPHY FORINASH GALLERY INSTANT REPLAY SPORTS & KIDS PHOTOS BY JO WIENERT SIMPLY DESIGN STUDIOS TLC PHOTOGRAPHY
ALSEA YOGA THERAPY CENTER NEWPORT PHYSICAL THERAPY
Plant Maintenance Plumbing
(541) 635-0034 (541) 265-8571 (541) 251-1408 (541) 563-4425 (541) 994-2178 (541) 574-1892
(541) 265-6425 (541) 265-5242 (503) 603-8327 (541) 574-7191 (541) 270-3262 (541) 867-3430 (541) 265-9202 (541) 270-6321 (541) 272-5155 (541) 270-6021 (541) 563-3006 (541) 265-4252
BETTER PORTABLE TOILETS, INC. LINCOLN PLUMBING, INC. NEWPORT PLUMBING, INC.
(541) 929-2334 (541) 265-7576 (541) 265-7030
Portable Toilet Rentals
BEST POTS, INC. BETTER PORTABLE TOILETS, INC.
(541) 574-7976 (541) 929-2334
ANDRE CASEY DESIGNS FRESH PRINT NEWPORT HUB CITY GRAPHICS NEWPORT LAZERQUICK PIONEER PRINTING, INC. SCF GRAPHICS
((541) 357 9881 (541) 264-5874 (541) 926-4204 (541) 265-6425 (541) 265-5242 (562) 653-6776
IDEA PRINT WORKS, INC. SCF GRAPHICS SERVPRO OF LINCOLN & POLK CO.
(541) 265-8277 (562) 653-6776 (541) 265-7777
DEPOE BAY STORAGE DOLPHIN REAL ESTATE, LLC OCEAN EQUITY REAL ESTATE & INVESTMENTS, INC OKSENHOLT COMPANIES TOTAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT VACASA RENTALS YAQUINA BAY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
(541) 961-0957 (541) 265-6638 (541) 265-8303 (541) 994-8610 (541) 996-8686 (541) 305-5001 (541) 265-3537
Public Service Organizations
FRIENDS OF LINCOLN COUNTY ANIMALS / PICK OF THE LITTER LINCOLN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS LINCOLN COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE NEWPORT POLICE DEPARTMENT YAQUINA HEAD OUTSTANDING NATURAL AREA
(541) 961-5852 (541) 265-4100 (541) 265-0652 (541) 574-3348 (541) 574-3100
LINCOLN COUNTY TRANSIT
CONNECTIONS PUBLICATIONS, LLC LOCAL FAVORITES NEWPORT DIGITAL CITY GUIDE OREGON COAST MAGAZINE PELICAN PRODUCTIONS THE LOCAL PAGES VISITOR’S CHOICE ZIPLOCAL
(541) 574-1292 (541) 234-4904 (503) 970-7630 (541) 971-1069 (541) 997-8401 ext 140 (503) 717-1122
CEDAR CREEK QUARRIES
BOSS 100.7 FM RADIO KNPT/KYTE/KCRF/KBCH/U92 RADIO AND OREGONCOASTDAILYNEWS.COM KSHL RADIO KYAQ 91.7 FM WINDS OF PRAISE BROADCASTING
ADVANTAGE REAL ESTATE BARBARA LE PINE - ADVANTAGE REAL ESTATE DEPOE BAY STORAGE DOLPHIN REAL ESTATE, LLC EMERALD COAST REALTY, INC. JOHN L. SCOTT REALTY MARTEK REAL ESTATE MISHEY REAL ESTATE OCEAN EQUITY REAL ESTATE & INVESTMENTS, INC. WINDERMERE WEST COAST PROPERTIES
Real Estate Appraisers
MARTEK REAL ESTATE OREGON COAST APPRAISAL SERVICE
ALSEA BAY POWER PRODUCTS, INC. COASTAL EVENT RENTALS NEWPORT RENTAL SERVICE
ABBY’S PIZZA INN ADOBE RESORT MOTEL, INC. AGATE BEACH GOLF COURSE ALSI RESORT ARCTIC CIRCLE ASIATICO WATERFRONT FUSHION SUSHI BEST WESTERN AGATE BEACH INN BREWER’S ON THE BAY
(541) 312-8072 (503) 881-5635 (541) 265-9441 (541) 265-5000 (541) 265-2266 (541) 265-3000 (541) 635-0034 (541) 574-1892 (541) 265-2200 (541) 270-6758 (541) 961-0957 (541) 265-6638 (541) 283-3591 (541) 265-2345 (541) 265-8785 (541) 265-2281 (541) 265-8303 (541) 265-5455 (541) 265-8785 (541) 265-3012 (541) 563-4266 (541) 264-8491 (541) 265-5721 (541) 265-9336 (541) 547-3141 (541) 265-7331 (541) 563-7700 (541) 265-7822 (541) 265-8387 (541) 265-9411 (541) 867-3660
BRIDGEVIEW KUM-YONS RESTAURANT CHALET RESTAURANT & BAKERY CHINOOK WINDS CASINO RESORT CHOWDER BOWL AT NYE BEACH CLEARWATER RESTAURANT CRESTVIEW GOLF CLUB FIGARO’S OF NEWPORT FISH PEDDLER’S MARKET & RESTAURANT FISH TAILS CAFÉ GEORGIE’S BEACHSIDE GRILL INN AT SPANISH HEAD IZZY’S KAM MENG CHINESE RESTAURANT LA MAISON LOCAL OCEAN SEAFOODS M&P AUTHENTIC THAI CUISINE MAZATLAN MEXICAN RESTAURANT MCDONALD’S #5678 MO’S RESTAURANT & ANNEX MOBY DICK’S SEAFOOD & SPIRITS NANA’S IRISH PUB NEWPORT CAFE NEWPORT CANDY SHOPPE LTD. NEWPORT STEAK & SEAFOOD NYE BEACH SWEETS OCEANA NATURAL FOODS CO-OP OFF THE HOOK RESTAURANT PIER 839 RESTAURANT & BAR PIG N PANCAKE PIZZA ME RODEWAY INN & LEE’S WOK RESTAURANT ROGUE ALES PUBLIC HOUSE ROGUE CREAMERY ROGUE HOUSE OF SPIRITS SAFFRON SALMON SALISHAN SPA & GOLF RESORT SHILO INN SUITES OCEANFRONT HOTEL SORELLA SOUTH BEACH FISH MARKET SUBZERO SWIRLZ SYLVIA BEACH HOTEL SZABO’S STEAKHOUSE & SEAFOOD TAPHOUSE AT NYE CREEK THE COFFEE HOUSE WOLF TREE BREWERY TAPROOM YUMMY BOWL YUZEN JAPANESE CUISINE
(541) 265-5330 (541) 265-6900 (541) 996-5825 (541) 265-7477 (541) 272-5550 (541) 563-3020 (541) 265-2061 (541) 265-7057 (541) 867-6002 (541) 265-9800 (541) 996-2161 (541) 265-3636 (541) 574-9450 (541) 265-8812 (541) 574-7959 (971) 236-6566 (541) 265-8595 (541) 265-9866 (541) 265-7512 (541) 265-7847 (541) 574-8787 (541) 574-6847 (541) 265-2580 (541) 265-8283 (541) 574-1963 (541) 265-8285 (541) 867-5555 (541) 264-8478 (541) 265-9065 (541) 336-9999 (541) 265-5321 (541) 265-3188 (541) 665-1155 ext 141 (541) 867-3670 (541) 265-8921 (541) 764-2371 (541) 265-7701 (541) 265-4055 (541) 867-6800 (541) 265-8269 (541) 265-5428 (541) 574-0100 (541) 272-5545 (541) 265-6263 (541) 563-6181 (541) 265-8783 (541) 563-4766
PHOTOS BY JO WIENERT SERVPRO OF LINCOLN & POLK CO.
(541) 270-6321 (541) 265-7777
KONECT AVIATION OREGON
GLASS TECH OF OREGON, INC. IDEA PRINT WORKS, INC.
(503) 646-3989 (541) 265-8277
CALIFORNIA SEAFOODS PACIFIC SHRIMP COMPANY SEA STAR ENTERPRISE - F/V OCEAN LADY ‘’M’’ TRIDENT SEAFOODS CORP. WINTER HAWK SEAFOOD, LLC
(805) 320-1705 (541) 265-4215 (541) 961-1246 (541) 265-7279 (541) 270-0791
CALIFORNIA SEAFOODS OREGON’S CHOICE GOURMET ALBACORE SEA STAR ENTERPRISE - F/V OCEAN LADY ‘’M’’
(805) 320-1705 (541) 765-2193 (541) 961-1246
ICONIPRO SECURITY & ALARM SYNERGY SECURITY SOLUTIONS TCB MANAGEMENT GROUP, INC.
(503) 965-7555 (541) 745-7233 (541) 265-5265
AMERICA’S MATTRESS OF NEWPORT AQUARIUM VILLAGE INSTANT REPLAY SPORTS & KIDS NEWPORT BUSINESS PLAZA PIRATE’S PLUNDER
(541) 265-4047 (541) 867-6531 (541) 265-9202 (541) 867-6531 (541) 867-6000
Scenic Tours - Airplane/Helicopter Screen Printing
Security & Patrol Services
SEA TOWNE SHOPPING CENTER
Social Service Organizations
BRIGHT HORIZON THERAPUETIC RIDING CENTER CASA OF LINCOLN COUNTY FOOD SHARE OF LINCOLN COUNTY HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF LINCOLN COUNTY HELP (HOMELESS EDUCATION LITERACY PROJECT) HOUSING AUTHORITY OF LINCOLN COUNTY LINCOLN COUNTY CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER LINCOLN COUNTY FOSTER PARENT ASSOCIATION MY SISTERS’ PLACE NEWPORT FOOD PANTRY OREGON CASCADES WEST COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENT OSU EXTENSION LINCOLN COUNTY PAADA (PARTNERSHIP AGAINST ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE) SALVATION ARMY NEWPORT CORPS SAMARITAN HOUSE SHANGRI - LA UNITED WAY OF BENTON & LINCOLN COUNTIES
(541) 961-4156 (541) 265-3116 (541) 265-8578 (541) 574-4437 (541) 265-4506 (541) 265-5326 (541) 574-0841
CHRIS WAUGH LAUREN PEROTTI PURPOSE AND PROSPERITY PROGRAMS NORTHWEST MANAGEMENT - JOHN BAKER
(541) 270-0399 (415) 686-2169 (541) 265-2525
BIG 5 SPORTING GOODS INSTANT REPLAY SPORTS & KIDS LINCOLN CITY SPORTING GOODS & ELECTRONIC NEWPORT BASEBALL & SOFTBALL ASSOCIATION NEWPORT PARKS & RECREATION CENTER OSSIES SURF SHOP
Storage & Warehousing
ALL-STORAGE, INC. BACK BAY MARINE, LLC LINCOLN STORAGE @ SOUTH BEACH SAFE LOCK STORAGE SAWYER’S LANDING THE STORAGE PLACE
Stoves, Fireplaces and Accessories COAST HEARTH & HOME
Surf Shops/Dive Shops
OSSIES SURF SHOP
Tanning Salon/Beauty, Skin Care & Makeup
EARTHBOUND BEAUTY DAY SPA, INC. RUTHIE STURGEON- MARY KAY INDEPENDENT BEAUTY CONSULTANT SALON ETHOS
Telecommunications Consultants CSHERWOOD CONSULTING
Telephone Equipment & Repair
SYSTEMAX NORTHWEST, INC. THE OLDE TELEPHONE COMPANY
Telephone System Installation & Repair SYSTEMAX NORTHWEST, INC.
BRIGHT HORIZON THERAPUETIC RIDING CENTER OREGON COAST THERAPY ANIMALS
FRIENDS OF LINCOLN COUNTY ANIMALS / PICK OF THE LITTER
WESTERN TITLE & ESCROW COMPANY
Tour Bus - Group Transportation - Charter CARAVAN AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION COASTAL LUXURY LIMOUSINE MARINE DISCOVERY TOURS YAQUINA CAB COMPANY
Tourism Development TRAVEL SALEM
Toys & Collectibles
Training & Development
LAUREN PEROTTI PURPOSE & PROSPERITY PROGRAMS
(541) 574-9424 (541) 270-0842 (541) 924-8435 (541) 574-6534 (541) 574-7890 (541) 265-6814 (541) 574-8898 (541) 265-4015 (541) 757-7717
ALL HEART TREE SERVICE CENTRAL LINCOLN PUD
Utilities - Gas
Utilities - Internet
(541) 961-5852 (541) 265-2288 (541) 994-9645 (541) 921-8406 (541) 265-6200 (541) 265-9552 (800) 874-7012 (541) 265-4491 (541) 686-2169
(541) 994-2111 ext 8530
COASTCOM, INC. DBA WAVE PIONEER TELEPHONE COOPERATIVE
(541) 574-6117 (541) 563-3135
CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS PIONEER TELEPHONE COOPERATIVE
(866) 731-5420 (541) 563-3135
ANCHOR PIER BAYFRONT LODGING BAYSHORE RENTALS BAYVIEW COTTAGE BEACHCOMBERS HAVEN BEACHFRONT VACATION RENTALS CAVALIER BEACHFRONT CONDOMINIUMS FAIRHAVEN VACATION RENTALS INN AT NYE BEACH LOON LAKE LODGE & RV RESORT MYSTHAVEN NYE BEACH VACATION RENTALS (PIETROK 2, LLC) NYE COTTAGE VACATION RENTALS OCEAN ODYSSEY VACATION RENTALS OKSENHOLT COMPANIES OREGON BEACH VACATIONS SAPPHIRE VACATION RENTALS, INC. SCHOONER LANDING SWEET HOMES BEACH RENTALS THE COASTHOUSE THE PALLET PALACE, LLC THE WHALER MOTEL WAVES OF NEWPORT MOTEL & VACATION RENTALS WORLDMARK BY WYNDHAM YAQUINA BAY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
(541) 265-STAY (7829) (541) 563-3162 (541) 265-8553 (541) 764-2252 (541) 996-2955 (541) 764-2352 (541) 574-0951 (541) 265-2477 (541) 599-2244 (503) 799-3311 (541) 231-4899 (541) 265-6262 (541) 547-3637 (541) 994-8610 (503) 528-7491 (541) 248-1057 (541) 265-4293 (800) 519-0437 (253) 631-3915 (541) 444-1102 (541) 265-9261 (541) 265-4661 (541) 765-7600 (541) 265-3537
ANIMAL MEDICAL CARE OF NEWPORT GROVE VETERINARY CLINIC
(541) 265-6671 (541) 265-2381
ANDRE CASEY DESIGNS CONNECTIONS PUBLICATIONS, LLC CSHERWOOD CONSULTING HUB CITY GRAPHICS SOLALLA WEB SERVCES, LLC
(541) 357-9881 (541) 234-4904 (541) 351-8310 (541) 926-4204 (541) 316-0358
BLISS AND ENERGY WEDDINGS ON THE COAST COASTAL EVENT RENTALS J WRIGLEY VINEYARDS JOAN WESLEY - WEDDING OFFICIANT MARINE DISCOVERY TOURS SIMPLY DESIGN STUDIOS WEDDINGS BY-THE-SEA
(509) 714-2085 (541) 264-8491 (503) 857-3070 (541) 563-3901 (541) 265-6200 (541) 272-5155 (541) 547-4547
ADVANCED WATER SOLUTIONS, LLC
ASSOCIATED CLEANING SERVICES BEAUTIFUL REFLECTIONS
(541) 867-7879 (541) 270-2553
HONEYWOOD WINERY J WRIGLEY VINEYARDS JOSEPH SWAFFORD SPINDRIFT CELLARS
(503) 362-4111 (503) 857-3070 (541) 265-3076 (541) 929-6555
ALSEA YOGA THERAPY CENTER
(866) 731-5420 (541) 574-6117 (541) 563-3135
Utilities - Television
(541) 265-9599 (541) 272-5225
(541) 265-TREE (8733)
CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS COASTCOM, INC. DBA WAVE PIONEER TELEPHONE COOPERATIVE
Utilities - Telephone
(541) 961-4156 (541) 270-3339
(541) 992-3372 (541) 819-0105
Utilities - Electric
ASSOCIATED TRAVEL SERVICES CORPORATE WELLNESS SERVICES
(541) 336-0500 (541) 961-2239 (541) 867-6550 (541) 867-4607 (541) 265-3907 (541) 867-3208
(541) 270-0399 (541) 265-2525
(541) 265-8335 (541) 265-9202 (541) 996-4747 (541) 961-5359 (541) 265-7783 (541) 574-4634
(541) 265-4232 (541) 351-5471 (541) 574-4445
CHRIS WAUGH NORTHWEST MANAGEMENT - JOHN BAKER
Well Water Services Window Cleaning Wine Consultant
1-800-COAST44 / DISCOVERNEWPORT.COM
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