Astoria Council news blog

Ward 1 Astoria City Councilor Roger Rocka and his wife, Jan Mitchell.

10th Street Concerts

ASTORIA PUBLIC LIBRARY BRINGS BACK 10TH STREET STAGE CONCERT SERIES The Astoria Public library welcomes the return of the 10th Street Stage concert series on August 11, at 6PM featuring Brian Bovenizer and The New Old Stock. Please contact the Astoria Public Library with questions at 503-325-7323(READ) and follow on Facebook for updates.https://www.facebook.com/astorialibrary

Councilor Conversation, Sat. Aug. 7

Hi, I’m Ward 1 City Councilor Roger Rocka. I invite interested Astorians for an informal conversation on Saturday, August 7. Bring your concerns or questions about any city issues or services you want to talk about. The conversation will be outdoors at Maritime Memorial Park in Uniontown beginning at 11 A.M. Maybe get a coffee […]

CITY OF ASTORIA STAFF PERSON DIAGNOSED WITH COVID-19

The City of Astoria is reporting a case of COVID-19 among city staff. The City Manager was notified that a staff person who was present at the Parks and Recreation Department’s childcare, Lil’ Sprouts, has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Staff is working with Clatsop County Public Health Department to notify individuals who appear to have […]

RIVERWALK & TROLLEY STRIPING – NIGHT WORK

Olson Asphalt and Maintenance, LLC., Contractor for the City of Astoria, will be striping the Riverwalk the nights of Tuesday, July 20th (tonight) and Wednesday, July 21st. The striping is planned between Portway Ave. and the Columbia River Maritime Museum. Work is anticipated to continue through the evening until around 3:00 am. Please note that […]

Lexington mowing

On Thursday July 15, Astoria Public Works Operations will be closingW. Lexington Ave. between W. Grand Ave. and Sonora Ave. while machinemowing is in progress. The road closure is expected between 8:30 a.m. and3:30 p.m., or until work is completed. If you have any questions you can call Astoria Public Works at 503-325-3524. Please note […]

New ODOT Safety Messaging on Hwy. 101

Drivers should be aware that people riding bicycles – anywhere in Oregon – may take a full lane, especially when there is little to no shoulder, no bike lane, or if there is debris on the side of the road. As a driver, you should only pass a person riding a bicycle if you can […]

Getting what you need from Oregon DMV

Oregon DMV is expanding services for Oregonians in 3 primary ways: Visit DMV2U – DMV now has over 20 online services, including driver license and ID card renewal. Visit DMV2U.oregon.gov for more information. Make an appointment – If you can’t find what you’re looking for online, schedule an appointment at your nearest field office, by […]


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