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Click here for the latest news and updates from the City of Astoria

Updates are also provided on the City Manager's Facebook page. 

Clatsop County PHASE 2 Beginning June 6, 2020


Clatsop County PHASE 1 Reopening Beginning May 15, 2020

Oregon Health Authority

Find additional sector guidance (including transit, child care, and fitness centers) now available via the links below:

The Oregon Health Authority is responding to an outbreak of COVID-19. 


For general information on COVID-19 in Oregon, call 211


Oregon Health Authority Facebook page


City of Astoria Contacts

Link to City Contacts during facility closures.

Public Safety Numbers

Emergency Only - 911
Non Emergency Astoria Police - 503-325-4411
Non Emergency Clatsop County Sheriff - 503-325-2061
Oregon State Police - 503-325-2231

Clatsop County Public Health

Clatsop County is actively monitoring the ongoing outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 in partnership with local medical providers, state and federal agencies and other stakeholders.

The link provides information on the latest developments, as well as general information on how to prevent the spread of the illness in our local communities.

(503) 325-8500

 Clatsop County has established a COVID-19 information phone line to answer the public’s questions about the coronavirus outbreak and related issues.

 The phone line will be staffed by live personnel Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The number is (503) 325-8500.

 Phone line staff will handle questions about preventative measures, social distancing and closure orders, and general inquiries about testing and related issues, or will direct callers to other information sources. Staff cannot answer medical questions.

24-Hour Health Emergency Contact

(503) 791-6646

Clatsop County Department of Public Health website COVID-19 tab


Clatsop County Department of Public Health Facebook Page

Small Business Development Center

In response to the COVID-19 virus, Oregon SBDC Centers across the state currently remain open and available to assist businesses during this crisis. All Centers are operating virtually. Please contact your local Center for the best way to schedule an appointment. We encourage everyone to follow directions from local authorities and to remain safe and healthy during this time. For the most up to date information, please visit our COVID-19 Business Resources page.


SBA (Small Business Administration) COVID-19 resources


Clatsop Economic Development Resources (CEDR)

Clatsop Economic Development Resources (CEDR) and the Small Business Development Center at Clatsop Community College are focused on attracting new businesses to Clatsop County, as well as growing and retaining existing businesses in the area. CEDR and the SBDC provide support services throughout the business lifecycle, from start-up of a new business to expansion of an existing one. CEDR and the SBDC can also help plan leadership succession or sale of a mature enterprise. Learn more about business counseling and workforce management services.


Phone: 503.338.2402

e-mail at sbdc@clatsopcc.edu

Astoria Downtown Historic District Association

The Astoria Downtown Historic District Association (ADHDA) is a non-profit organization that emphasizes the encouragement of community involvement and investment in preserving the character of historic downtown Astoria while promoting its health and future.


Astoria Warrenton Area Chamber of Commerce

The Astoria-Warrenton Area Chamber of Commerce is staying in close contact with local health authorities during the ongoing situation surrounding the Covid-19 virus.


Astoria Warrenton Area Chamber of Commerce COVID-19 information


Columbia Memorial Hospital 

CMH has set up a COVID-19 Call Center for patients to call for questions about symptoms and treatment options if needed. The center is open 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday. 
Call in number is 503-338-4699

CMH has also created a self assessment tool on their website whichwill provide information on how to find treatment if needed.

COVID-19 Self Assessment

Columbia Memorial Hospital Facebook page


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

This is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation and CDC will provide updated information as it becomes available, in addition to updated guidance.

CDC is aggressively responding to the global outbreak of COVID-19 and preparing for the potential of community spread in the United States.


Frequently Asked Questions from the CDC 


Oregon Employment Department

The health and safety of workplaces is of utmost importance to the Oregon Employment Department. This website provides general guidance to employers, workers, and job seekers who may be impacted by the COVID-19 coronavirus and will be updated as more information becomes available. The Oregon Employment Department is working with partner agencies nationwide and the U.S. Department of Labor to ask for additional unemployment benefits options related to COVID-19. 


COVID-19 Scenarios and Benefits Available


NW Oregon Works

Northwest Oregon Works is committed to supporting impacted employees and businesses to the greatest extent possible. To this end we have summarized below the current guidance on how both workers and employers can access support in Oregon. As you are aware, the situation is evolving fairly quickly and therefore we included links to pertinent information to ensure you have the latest information.


Columbia Pacific CCO

Columbia Pacific CCO knows that you, our members, have many questions about COVID-19. We want to help you understand how to take precautions and how to access your benefits during this time. Health care providers are working hard to continue seeing patients, and your health is important to them.

Columbia Pacific CCO

Business Oregon

Business Oregon is providing resources for Oregon businesses looking for assistance in the event of local, regional, or statewide economic impacts due to identified disasters.


Oregon Community Foundation

The  Oregon Community Foundation has a Recovery Fund that will rapidly deploy resources to community-based organizations at the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak.
Donate to Help your fellow Oregonians in the wake of COVID-19.
Apply for a grant using the expedited grant funding process for nonprofits working on the front lines and experiencing the greatest impact.


Oregon Department of Transportation

ODOT buildings are closed to the public. We are conducting business and many services are still available. Visit our COVID-19 page for more information.



What you need to know about upcoming economic impact payments.