This annual report is intended to inform as well as to remind you about the importance of water quality. The Oceanside Water District (OWD) is committed to ensuring that the community’s drinking water meets the highest standards as regulated by The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Oregon Health Authority (OHA). This report contains information developed from water quality sampling conducted throughout the 2018 year. http://www.owd-oregon.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Water-Quality-Report-Cape-Meares-2018.pdf
Click on the links below to access past minutes of CMCA community meetings. All of the links are to PDF documents
As of January 1, 2019 CMCA Treasurer Anita Johanson reported $3500 had been raised thus far. Bev Stein added on January 2 that the silent auction held at the community center on New Year’s Eve has resulted in raising $1753.
Thanks to all community residents who have made contributions. If you have not contributed and still are interested in doing so there is still time to send your donation to the CMCA treasurer.
If you have concerns, opinions, preferences about short term rental policies in our neighborhood, please fill out the survey. Representatives from Cape Meares, Netarts, and Oceanside will be presenting our findings to Tillamook County Commissioners as they are looking at revising and updating regulations, enforcement procedures, and possible caps.
If you need a hard copy, contact Rob Freedman (firstname.lastname@example.org) (5510 5th NW) and he will get one to you.
The Emergency Volunteer Corps of Newhalem is sponsoring an American Red Cross CPR/1st Aid class on Monday, September 10, 9 AM to 3 PM. Click on the link below for more information.
Dear Cape Meares Residents,
The Cape Meares Water Treatment Plant has been repaired and is now processing water. Thank you for your patience during this emergency.
Oceanside Water District | owd-oregon.org
P.O. Box 360 | Oceanside, OR 97134
Business Office 503-842-0370
Dear Community Members of Cape Meares,
Please conserve water until further notice.
Replacement parts are being ordered for the filtration plant, until they are installed we are unable to filter water for the community of Cape Meares.
The 200,000 gallon reservoir is nearly full at 19′ today (5/24/2018).
A second notice will be sent when plant is operational.