Background

Signage

Historical signs were used then as they are used today - to advertise and encourage people to enter commercial establishments.  There have been many types, and, like archeological layers, reveal a particular time period of occupancy and use. 

Whether a wall sign, a blade sign, on a window or on a door, some signs are not allowed in every zoning district.

The Sign Code and Permits pamphlet will give you an overview of key information and requirements for signs in downtown Astoria.

Visit the City of Astoria website, or download the sign permit and sandwich board applications.

 



RUSTY DAHLIA - MEET YOUR BUSINESS NEIGHBOR - Rusty Dahlia is a rustic vintage home decor and more boutique on 10th Street near the Riverwalk in Downtown Astoria. They also offer crafting and gardening workshops.

MO'S CHOWDER - GET TO KNOW YOUR BUSINESS NEIGHBOR - Mo's Chowder comes to Astoria's historic waterfront; learn more about the company and Get to Know Your Business Neighbor

ADHDA SECURES $153,000 IN GRANT FUNDING FOR LANDMARK BUILDINGS - Astoria’s historic Merwyn and Riviera Buildings are set to receive grant awards for rehabilitation to promote economic development in the National Historic Register District.

JANE BARNES REVUE - 7 YEARS OF FUN AND STILL BEING STURDY! - ADHDA Fundraiser