Cannon Beach Police Department

  • Agency: Cannon Beach Police Department
  • Address: 163 E Gower Ave, Cannon Beach, 97110 OR
  • Chief: Gene Halliburton (Chief of Police)
Phone: 503-436-2811
Fax: (503) 436-1584

Cannon Beach Police Department is located at 163 E Gower Ave, Cannon Beach, 97110 OR. The Chief of Police of the department is Gene Halliburton. The Cannon Beach Police Department phone number is 503-436-2811.

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Hwy 101 4 miles south of Cannon Beach (near Hug Point) is reopened to NB and SB traffic.

Be advised: Hwy 101 is closed in both directions about 4 miles south of Cannon Beach (near Hug Point) due to a landslide. For information regarding the road closure and reopening please go to https://tripcheck.com/Pages/Road-Conditions

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Please join us for the 2018 Clatsop County Police Citizen's Academy. It is free, fun and you will have an opportunity to learn about the different aspects of law enforcement. For more information call Cannon Beach Police Department at 503-436-2811

Secure your garbage cans this weekend.... RA7 . Apr 06, 2018 08:33:32 08:33 04/06/2018 04859 ORWEATHER ORZ001>004-WAZ020-021-071215- /O.CON.KPQR.HW.W.0006.180407T1100Z-180408T0300Z/ North Oregon Coast-Central Oregon Coast- Coast Range of Northwest Oregon- Central Coast Range of Western Oregon-Willapa Hills- South Washington Coast- Including the cities of Astoria, Cannon Beach, Tillamook, Netarts, Pacific City, Lincoln City, Newport, Cape Foulweather, Yachats, Florence, Vernonia, Jewell, Sunset Summit, Lees Camp, Trask, Grande Ronde, Burnt Woods, Tidewater, Swisshome, Veneta, Willapa, Frances, Elk Mountain, Ryderwood, Raymond, Long Beach, Ocean Park, Naselle, Cathlamet, and Cape Disappointment 833 AM PDT Fri Apr 6 2018 ...HIGH WIND WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 4 AM TO 8 PM PDT SATURDAY... * COASTAL WINDS...South 35 to 45 mph with gusts to 75 mph at the beaches and headlands, and gusts to 65 mph in the coastal communities. * COAST RANGE WINDS...South 35 to 45 mph. Gusts to 70 mph on the exposed ridges. * TIMING...Windy from early Saturday through Saturday evening. The strongest gusts occur from daybreak Saturday through early afternoon at the coast. Strongest gusts may continue though the early evening across the Coast Range. * IMPACTS...Damaging winds will blow down trees and power lines. Widespread power outages are expected. Travel will be difficult, especially for high profile vehicles and while crossing coastal bridges. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... A High Wind Warning means hazardous weather conditions of strong and damaging winds are imminent or highly likely in the warning area.

Stay tuned for updates. Potential for high winds this weekend. Secure your outdoor belongings... 05:08 04/04/2018 02303 ORWEATHER TXT WWUS86 KPQR 041207 SPSPQR Special Weather Statement National Weather Service Portland OR 507 AM PDT Wed Apr 4 2018 ORZ001>008-010-012-WAZ020>022-039-040-051300- North Oregon Coast-Central Oregon Coast- Coast Range of Northwest Oregon- Central Coast Range of Western Oregon-Lower Columbia- Greater Portland Metro Area-Central Willamette Valley- South Willamette Valley-Northern Oregon Cascade Foothills- Cascade Foothills in Lane County-Willapa Hills- South Washington Coast-I-5 Corridor in Cowlitz County- Greater Vancouver Area-South Washington Cascade Foothills- Including the cities of Astoria, Cannon Beach, Tillamook, Netarts, Pacific City, Lincoln City, Newport, Cape Foulweather, Yachats, Florence, Vernonia, Jewell, Sunset Summit, Lees Camp, Trask, Grande Ronde, Burnt Woods, Tidewater, Swisshome, Veneta, St. Helens, Clatskanie, Hillsboro, Portland, Wilsonville, Oregon City, Gresham, Troutdale, Salem, McMinnville, Woodburn, Stayton, Dallas, Eugene, Springfield, Corvallis, Albany, Lebanon, Sandy, Estacada, Silver Falls State Park, Sweet Home, Vida, Jasper, Lowell, Cottage Grove, Willapa, Frances, Elk Mountain, Ryderwood, Raymond, Long Beach, Ocean Park, Naselle, Cathlamet, Cape Disappointment, Longview, Kelso, Castle Rock, Vancouver, Battle Ground, Ridgefield, Washougal, Yacolt, Amboy, Toutle, Ariel, Lake Merwin, Yale Lake, and Cougar 507 AM PDT Wed Apr 4 2018 ...STRONG WINDS POSSIBLE ALONG THE COAST AND INLAND SATURDAY... A strong storm system is expected to develop rapidly while moving across the northeast Pacific Friday, making landfall near Vancouver Island Saturday. This system may rapidly develop a second, equally strong low pressure center precariously close to the Oregon and Washington Coast early Saturday morning, which would lead to a very windy day Saturday across southwest Washington and northwest Oregon. For now, be advised that there is the potential for strong and damaging winds Saturday throughout southwest Washington and northwest Oregon. While the threat is greatest along the coast as usual, there is also the potential for strong winds inland if the low pressure system tracks close enough to the coast. Impacts may include downed trees, branches, and power lines, leading to potential power outages Saturday, even for inland areas. Now would be a good time to ensure you are prepared for the impacts of a wind storm. Secure loose outdoor objects, make sure you have a flashlight and plenty of batteries in case power outages do occur Saturday afternoon and evening. Details remain uncertain, and a lot can still change with the forecast track of this storm and its expected impacts. Stay tuned to the latest forecast by visiting weather.gov or your favorite source of weather information.

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Federal Emergency Management Agency Special Weather Statement issued March 1 at 9:01PM PST by NWS Portland OR Areas Affected: Western Columbia River Gorge; Cascade Foothills in Lane County; North Oregon Coast; Lower Columbia; Lower Columbia and I - 5 Corridor in Cowlitz County; Coast Range of Northwest Oregon; South Washington Coast; Central Oregon Coast; Willapa Hills; Greater Portland Metro Area; Central Willamette Valley; South Willamette Valley; South Washington Cascade Foothills; Western Columbia River Gorge; Greater Vancouver Area; Northern Oregon Cascade Foothills Another storm system is expected to bring snow levels down into the lowlands again later tonight and Friday morning. A band of precipitation will move through the region from south to north starting after midnight and continuing through mid-morning Friday. Elevations above 1000 feet will likely see anywhere from 1 to 3 inches of snowfall accumulation. Below 1000 feet, slushy accumulations of an inch or less are possible, mainly above the valley floor. Snow accumulations below 1000 feet should generally remain confined to grassy surfaces, with roads likely remaining too warm to accumulate.

Please use extreme caution when traveling this morning as our officers have noted ice on the roadway at the 101/26 junction, the Cannon Beach hill, the North Entrance, and at multiple locations throughout the town.

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