Nehalem City Hall

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Following the local state of emergency declared for Tillamook County due to COVID-19 on March 14, 2020, and social distancing measures ordered by Governor Brown, the City of Nehalem City Hall will follow the same measures effective immediately until April 14, 2020. As ordered by Governor Brown

City Hall will be closed to walk-in traffic, and open only by appointment or for urgent business. Staff will continue to work and will be available by phone or email.

City Hall may be reached by calling 503-368-5627.

City Manager dshafer@nehalem.gov

Assistant City Manager mthompson@nehalem.gov

Public Works Director ddavidson@nehalem.gov

Public Works Maintenance bmoore@nehalem.gov

City Staff is in contact with state and local public health authorities and will make any necessary changes to these measures, as this situation continues to develop.

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