Camping: Time and Manner (Adopted 06/20/2022)
On June 20, 2022, the City Council adopted ordinance 22-10; including modifications to the “Time” and the “Manner” under the City Code.
Who to Call
The City of Astoria developed a list of department contacts to respond to livability concerns. Please see our Who to Call list.
Community Engagement & Outreach
Community Forum (03/23/2022)
On March 23, 2022, the City of Astoria, ADHDA, CEDR, and the Astoria Warrenton Chamber of Commerce hosted a facilitated discussion about community livability in Astoria at the Liberty Theatre. Click below to listen and view the presentation.
Astoria Community Livability Forum on KMUN
Community Forum Presentation 20220323
Question and comment cards were collected at the event:
Livability Forum_2022.03.23_Heritage Square Comments
The City Council has had a number of meetings to address the topic of livability in Astoria:
Abandoned Cart Ordinance - Continued (03/21/2022)
City Council heard the first reading of the Abandoned Cart Ordinance on March 7, 2022. A continuation was held March 21, 2022.
Work Session (03/16/2022)
City Council held a work session on March 16, 2022. Discussion on elements of an unlawful camping ordinance and continued conversation on derelict vehicles. Reviewed the Corvallis Sleeping Area Guide regarding camping provisions in response to the Martin v. Boise case law, as well as potential camping sites in Astoria.
Abandoned Cart Ordinance - First Hearing (03/21/2022)
City Council heard the first reading of the Abandoned Cart Ordinance on March 7, 2022. A continuation was held March 21, 2022. You may watch the video here.
Work Session (02/16/2022)
City Council discussed the Expulsion Zone Ordinance and other programs to address quality of life concerns.
Past HOST Meeting Minutes
01/20/2022 HOST Meeting Video
11/18/2021 HOST Meeting Video
08/02/2021 Astoria Police Department Community Survey Results
02/01/2021 Community Impact of Behavior In and Around 9th Street Park
08/17/2020 Policing in Astoria Update
06/15/2020 Presentation by Chief Spalding Regarding Recent Protests and Policing in Astoria