Resources for Businesses
General City Information: 436.1581
Anyone conducting business in the City of Cannon Beach is required to have a business license.
There are regulations as to the size, number and materials allowed for the construction fo any signs that are to be erected in the City; a permit is reqiured.
Cannon Beach Shuttle
The shuttle is operated by Sunset Empire Transportation District (SETD) and runs seven days a week, transporting people north and south along Hemlock Street and across Highway 101 to the Cannon Beach RV Park. Scheduled stops and operating times are available at City hall or by contacting SETD at 1.800.766.6406.
The Chamber is a member organization serving businesses within Cannon Beach, and is located at 2nd and Spruce Streets in Cannon Beach. For more information, contact the Chamber at email@example.com
The City has guidelines for ways in which you can help protect your neighborhood streams and wetlands during construction, around the home and yard, and in our garden.
Landscaping in Cannon Beach
The City has a plant material list [.pdf] to provide initial guidance on plants that are known to be reliable in the marine environment of Cannon Beach. The City's coastal location creates unique growing conditions that need to be considered in the design of any planting program. Because of the effects of wind and salt air, growing conditions can change substantially with the proximity of a parcel to the oceanfront. Further, there can be significant changes in micro-climatic conditions. Plants that may be successful one or two blocks away may have difficulty surviving at a particular location. The City's landscaped environment provides one means of maintaining a vital link with the City's historical past. For this reason, the City encourages the use of native plant materials when designing landscape plans. The City also encourages the incorporation of existing plant materials into the landscape design whenever possible. The removal of trees more than six inches in diameter, at chest height, requires a tree removal permit.
For other forms or applications, visit the Forms Library online.