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Due to the Covid-19 situation, Manzanita City Hall will be closed to walk-in traffic and open only by appointment or for urgent business. All public meetings have been cancelled.
The Manzanita Visitors Center will be closed for the safety of patrons, staff, and volunteers. Please call Dan Haag at (503) 812-5510 for inquiries.
Departments in City Hall may be reached by calling (503) 368-5343 or at the following email addresses.
• Water Department and Municipal Court
• Short Term Rentals and Business Licenses
• Planning Department
• Building Department
• All other inquiries
Public Works Department is coordinating additional sanitization and cleaning schedules for public facilities.
Police Department is increasing the use of phone reporting where possible, and the use of social distancing in all contact scenarios as applicable.
The City of Manzanita staff is constantly in contact with both local and state public health authorities and making adjustments to our practices as direction changes from these authorities.
Statement From the Mayor:
As you are aware, things have moved fast in the last few days. Tillamook County declared a state of emergency on Saturday which has closed the libraries and other offices. On Sunday, North County Recreation District (NCRD) announced they would be closed as of Monday until further notice. Other agencies are making decisions based on their individual assessment.
Governor Kate Brown announced Monday effective today restrictions on restaurants and bars. No gatherings of more than 25 people.
We are working with our merchants as they adapt to these new restrictions and set-up for take out and delivery service. Please continue to support them with your business.
We should be proud of how our community is holding together and adapting. We are maintaining social distancing and helping each other. Continue to reach out daily to your friends and neighbors as we continue to hunker down in our homes and put our lives on hold. The next 15 days seem critical to slowing the spread of the virus. Let’s all do our part.
We are a resilient nation. It’s at times like these that Americans perform at their best. In 1933 FDR, in his first inaugural speech, stated “we have nothing to fear but fear itself”. Don’t let your own fear overcome you. We are in this together and we will come through this.