WELCOME TO THE CITY OF WALDPORT - Your Coastal Recreation Destination

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Whether it involves boats or binoculars, bicycles or hiking boots, sand pails or gold pans, Waldport has something to offer...(click to read more)

Having (hopefully) survived the monsoons better known as "Winter" this year in the Pacific Northwest, the thoughts of intrepid gardeners are probably turning towards summer crops and landscaping - though this year aquaculture might be an appropriate avenue...cattails vs delphiniums, rice paddies vs succulents.... We do ask that, whether excavating that new fish pond or mucking out your moat, you remember to ensure that your water meter does not become obscured, either by foliage or landscaping supplies. Also, be careful with tillers (hah!) and shovels in the area of your waterlines. The City will once again have its summer sewer averaging in place to allow for watering from June through September, but it would be wise to consider that you do have to pay for all the water going through your meter, so keep an eye on hoses or sprinklers being left on. As always, our Public Works crew is ready to help with locating your meter, just give them a call at (541)563-2111 to set up an appointment.

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We're pleased to announce that the City will be implementing electronic billing later on this summer, which will allow customers to view their account information and/or make payments online, as well as opt for paperless billing. We anticipate this to start soon after the beginning of the next fiscal year (July 1), as it will involve an upgrade in hardware and security software. However, if you wish to get a "jump start" on the process, please send a short email to Utility Billing Clerk, Robin Morris, and she can get your email address into the system.


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Wondering what's happening around town? Check out the Community Events Calendar!


Want to know a little more about Waldport and our surrounding area? Click here to view a short video composed by the Rural Tourism Studio. Check it out!



City Hall office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. The office is closed from 12:30 to 1:30 daily for the lunch hour. City Offices are closed on the following holidays:
New Year's Day
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
President's Day
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Veterans Day
Thanksgiving Day
Friday following Thanksgiving
Christmas Day
If the holiday falls on Saturday, the office will close on the preceding Friday. If the holiday falls on Sunday, the office will close on the following Monday.



 The City provides several options for paying your bills. In addition to mailing a check or bringing in cash, you can use a debit or credit card in the office (MasterCard, Visa and Discover). If you wish to make a payment over the phone or online, you can do so by calling 800-701-8560 or follow this online link. We also offer direct withdrawal from your checking account, just print out this form and mail it in along with a canceled check. As always, please contact us at (541)264-7417 X 101 or 102 if you have any questions.

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