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Who to Contact


Who to Contact Guide

The Who to Call Guide was created to help community members and visitors know who to call for City services. You may find additional information linked about City Council, local resources, forms and permits, and frequently asked questions.

Issue DepartmentContact & Information
 EmergencyPoliceDial 9-1-1
 Non-Emergency:
  - Found Property
  - Lost Property
  - Noise Complaints
  - Vehicles Stored/Abandoned in Street
  - Camping
  - Parking Enforcement
  - Alarm Permit: Residential or Commercial
PoliceNon-Emergency Dispatch
503-325-4411
  - Lost or Found Property
  - Camping Regulations
  - Alarm Permit Application
Utility Billing
Leak Adjustments
FinanceUtility Clerk
503-325-5821
utilityclerk@astoria.gov
Occupational Tax
Astoria Business License
Finance503-325-5821
fcashier@astoria.gov
  - Occupational Tax Form
Elections
How to Run for Office
Finance503-325-5821
  - Elections Information
Record Requests - Police
Record Requests - All Other
Police
City Manager's Office
  - Police Record Request Form
  - City Record Request Form
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
Requests for Information
City Manager's Office503-325-5824
  - FOIA Request Form
Citizen Advisory CommitteesCity Manager's Office503-325-5824
Overgrown Vegetation
Derelict Buildings
Trash or Debris
Building without Permits
Short-Term Rentals
Derelict Vehicles on Private Property
Stormwater Run-off or Drainage
Plumbing Issues
Fences
Community Development503-338-5183 codecompliance@astoria.gov
  - Complaint Form
Job Opportunities
Employment
Human Resources503-298-2434
hr@astoria.gov
  - Employment Listings
Burn Regulations - City Limits
Burn Permit
Fire503-325-2345
  - Burn Permit Information
Fire Code
Fire Prevention
Business Inspection Program
FireBrian McCarthy, Deputy Fire Chief, Fire Marshal, Emergency Manager
503-298-2522
bmccarthy@astoria.gov
Disaster & Emergency PreparednessFire

Brian McCarthy, Deputy Fire Chief, Fire Marshal, Emergency Manager

503-298-2522

bmccarthy@astoria.gov

Trash Receptacles - Riverwalk
Trash Receptacles - Downtown
Parks & Recreation
Public Works Administration
Parks & Recreation: 503-325-7027
Public Works: 503-338-5177
Parks:
  - Aquatics Programming/Operations
  - Recreation Programming/Operations
  - Park Maintenance Issues
  - Public Restrooms
  - Riverwalk Trash Receptacles
  - General Park Questions
  - Events
  - Damage
  - Cemetery
Parks & Recreation503-325-7027
parksinfo@astoria.gov
Sign Board Reservations
Right-of-Way Encroachments
City-Owned Property
Public Works AdministrationSarah Hammond
503-338-5177
shammond@astoria.gov
Public Works Permits
Utility Maps
Grading
Erosion Control
Right-of-Way
Driveways
Sidewalks
Railroad
Stormwater or Surface Water
Temporary Street Use (Street Closures)
Sound Amplification
Dangerous Trees
Street Signs
Street Striping
Landslides
Public Works Engineering503-338-5173
engpermits@astoria.gov
Water Pressure
Water Quality
Water Leaks Outside of Private Property
Waterline Break
Trash, Debris or Dead Animal in Roadway
Dangerous Road Conditions
Potholes
7th Street School Crossing Lights
Manholes
Drains
Catch Basins
Traffic Signs
Curb Painting
Street Lights
Public Works Operations503-325-3524
PWoperations@astoria.gov
 
After-Hour Emergencies:
503-325-4411
Water Leaks - Private Property
Engineering - Private Property
Geotechnical - Private Property
Trees - Private Property
Property Lines
Property Owner Responsibility