The Resiliency Project calls for relocating the county’s Public Works facility and establishing alternative routes for emergency evacuation and delivery of vital services.
In anticipation of a catastrophic event, the Clatsop County Commissioners prioritized the relocation of essential county buildings and infrastructure outside the tsunami inundation zone to optimize emergency response. A top priority for relocation is the Public Works facility, which sits in the inundation zone at its current location at 1100 Olney Ave. in Astoria.
In conjunction with evaluating the relocation of the Public Works facility, the county has also studied potential evacuation and alternate travel routes to move people, equipment and supplies in the event of a major disaster that could disrupt other roads and highways.
Our first public meeting to discuss this process will be held virtually and is scheduled for Thursday August 13th at 5:30pm. To access this meeting:
To participate in the meeting, please register for Clatsop County Public Works Resiliency Project at:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.