City Hall is the wrap-around structure to the left of the big fire station building
Waldport City Manager Dann Cutter is in the process of coordinating a big transformation in civic as well as tourist, museum and arts facilities around Waldport.
Long closed Umpqua Bank across from City Hall
Although some elements are still up in the air, the musical chairs will begin early next year when City Hall is relocated to the vacant Umpqua Bank building across the Alsea Highway from the current City Hall sometime in mid-December. The Central Coast Fire Station will expand its operations into the old City Hall portion of the building.
The Waldport Heritage Museum will migrate eventually inside the the larger Waldport Visitors Center at the south end of the Alsea Bay Bridge. The Museum’s old facility will be filled with the Waldport Arts and Cultural Center.
Formal adoption of the plan is set for the Waldport City Council on November 12th. Funds for all this is comes from various grants along with the Central Coast Fire District purchasing the old City Hall which will free up space for expanded fire district operations.