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What is happening in Neskowin:
Sept 2: Community Meeting, 4pm
The tsunami escape trail from Hawk Street up to Neskowin Crest Road will be closed for approximately 3 weeks beginning on September 4. This is to allow for preventive maintenance of the trail by the Neskowin Regional Water District (which has a water line under the trail) and for the construction of a new pedestrian bridge. Oversight of this project will be provided by management of the Nestucca Bay National Wildlife Refuge. The equipment needed for the project and the placement of the trail fill materials will be provided by the Neskowin Regional Water District. The community will provide the design, materials, and labor for the construction of the bridge over Kiwanda Creek as well as the gravel trail surfacing and any re-vegetation materials needed for this project.
The Neskowin Beach Golf Course and the Neskowin Ridge Homeowners Association have kindly consented to allow use of their properties for a temporary tsunami escape trail during the construction project. This route will proceed east over the golf course to the elevated 7th tee, then north over private property, and up Edelman Road to meet Neskowin Crest Road. Signs will be placed at strategic points along this route to direct emergency escape up to Neskowin Crest Road. Since the golf course will still be in play and Neskowin Ridge is private property, this route is to be used only in an emergency.
Citizen's Advisory Committee Meeting
Saturday October 6, 2018 9:00 AM
Neskowin Fire Hall (Please note date change!)
Richard Hook, chair of the Neskowin Citizen’s Advisory Committee (NCAC) has stated that the NCAC’s checking account will be available to receive contributions towards this project, which is estimated to cost $12,000. Checks should be made out to the Neskowin Citizen Advisory Committee and mailed to Richard Hook at PO Box 805, Neskowin, OR 97149.
Click here to see a letter from the Board of County Commissioners regarding the "S" curve and beyond on Hawk Street.