The Community Development Department is responsible for economic development, land use planning, zoning administration, building inspection, historic preservation, code enforcement, and the Urban Renewal Districts. The Department provides staff support to the Planning Commission (APC), the Historic Landmarks Commission (HLC), the Design Review Committee (DRC), Astoria Development Commission (ADC), and the Traffic Safety Advisory Committee (TSC).
The Department administers the City Comprehensive Plan, the Development Code, and the Zoning Map. The Department also administers the City’s Building Inspection Program.
The office is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
HOW TO CONTACT US:
- Phone us at: (503) 338-5183
- Fax us at: (503) 338-6538
- E-mail us at: email@example.com
- Mail your inquiries to:
Community Development Department
Astoria City Hall
1095 Duane Street
Astoria, OR 97103
City service fees for Community Development Department
The following plans and documents are available from the Community Development Department either throug the web link, or a paper copy is available at a reasonable cost by contacting the Department as noted above.
Astor-East Urban Renewal Plan
Astor-West Urban Renewal Plan
Astoria City Code
Astoria Comprehensive Plan
Astoria Development Code
Astoria Gateway Area Transportation and Growth Management Plan
Astoria Port-Uniontown Transportation Refinement Plan
Buildable Lands Inventory
Downtown Parking Plan
East Gateway Transportation Plan
Gateway Master Plan
Historic Preservation Plan
Rehab Astoria Right
Riverfront Vision Plan
Riverfront Vision Plan Appendices
Trails Master Plan (This is a large file and may take extra time to load.)
Transportation System Plan, Volume 1
Transportation System Plan, Volume 2
User's Guide to Transportation Improvements in Astoria
Did you know there are maps available for you to get information on a tax lot, zoning, flood areas, and topography on properties within the city limits of Astoria? When you select the following link you will be directed to Astoria's Geological Information System (GIS) maps.
The Community Development Department manages the following services. For more information, contact Sherri Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-338-5183.
City Bicycle Lockers
Sandwich Board Signs on Sidewalks
Tables/Chairs on Sidewalks