Category Archives: Upcoming Events

Water Quality Report (Cape Meares-2021)

The Water Quality Report for Cape Meares is now available for review and is now posted on the Cape Meares website.  Click on the link below to view.  

This annual report is intended to inform as well as to remind you about the primary focus of the water district on 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 2021 year. 

Take the time to peruse this report to understand more about this critical resource for our community.

Planning Commission Meeting (Thursday, January 8, 7 PM)


The proposed resort on Bayocean Spit is again before the Tillamook County Planning Commission on Thursday, January 8th – second floor of the Tillamook County Courthouse, 201 Laurel Ave, Tillamook. Doors open at 6:30 and hearings start at 7:00.   We hope you can attend. A large turn-out will demonstrate that the community wants the Spit to remain undeveloped and opposes the resort.

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Art Workshop


When:  Saturday, February 7, 2015, Noon to 3 PM
Where:  Cape Meares Community Center

We are pleased to announce the return of Breanna Moran, local high school art teacher, to the CMCA to lead an art workshop. Come one, come all. No experience necessary. This is an opportunity to play with paint. Please bring your own materials as our are limited. Cost: $15. Everyone welcome. For more information, call Sally McGee (503-522-1203).


In March of 2013, approximately 24 Cape Meares home owners took the initial Red Cross training required to become a Red Cross volunteer. We are re-booting that effort with two classes, to be held Saturday, November 15th. These classes will introduce and train you in the most common Red Cross disaster responses. We are extending this invitation to Tillamook County at large.

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