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City of Astoria, Oregon

 

Pipeline Road Trail

Trailhead access from James Street

Distance:
1.3 miles
Location: Urban forest from James Street at Williamsport Road to the east beyond City limits to Market Road in Svensen

Trailhead Access: Eastern end of James Street.

Allowed Use: multiple use (hard surfaced), currently includes ATV and motorbike use. Gate limits access to non-authorized vehicles.

Description: Connector road. Paved, then gravel surfaced road through Urban Forest. Provides access to Reservoir. Some topographical changes but grade is generally below 10%.

Amenities:
Parking
Accessible
Scenic overlooks
Natural area/forest

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Employee
of the
Month


Cole Beeson has worked at the Astoria Aquatic Center since March of 2017. Cole is always eager to help out at the pool and has been trained to work in every role at the Aquatic Center: as a Lifeguard, Cashier, Swim Instructor and Lead Lifeguard.

Cole has a positive attitude and is a natural leader among his peers. We value Cole’s positive leadership. He is an awesome team player!

Volunteer of the Month

Morgan Tisdale and his wife moved to Astoria from Portland a little over three years ago. They had been dreaming of the move to Astoria for 10-15 years, and when they became pregnant, decided the time was right. Morgan had been practicing Jiu Jitsu for 10 years at that point, and as he and his wife were expecting, decided he wanted to teach kids for the experience of “fatherhood” training. The rest is history. Morgan has been volunteering as the Jiu Jitsu instructor with Astoria Parks and Recreation ever since. Morgan is one of the Managers at Buoy Beer and now has a two year old son named Spencer. We greatly appreciate the time and effort that Morgan continues to put in week after week and year after year investing in the youth in our community.

 
 
 

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