Background

What's New



Downtown Clean-Up Touches All 36 Downtown Blocks!

Wed, May 02, 2012

The Astoria Downtown Historic District Association (ADHDA) would like to thank all of the 40 plus volunteers that came out last Sunday, April 22 for our annual Downtown Clean-Up. Along with various downtown merchants and local residents, we had volunteers from the Astoria High School Key Club and the US Coast Guard. Due to an amazing turnout we were able to touch every block in the downtown area – that’s 36 total blocks! An additional thank you goes out to the local Boy Scouts for picking up trash along the Riverwalk and the numerous businesses that donated supplies for the event. It was great to see so many community members out celebrating Earth Day.

“Like” ADHDA on Facebook to see photos from the clean-up day!


View All News


ADHDA WELCOMES RONNI HARRIS, COMMUNITY OUTREACH OFFICER - Ronni Harris is now working with ADHDA as our Community Outreach Officer. Ronni’s duties include providing information and direction to visitors as well as parking enforcement within the district.

FIVE ZERO TREES - PAYS TO KNOW YOUR BUSINESS NEIGHBOR - Five Zero Trees has built-out a beautiful new space in Downtown Astoria featuring reclaimed wood, craft cannabis, and experts to help educate you about this new industry.

ASTORIA MAKERS - MEET YOUR BUSINESS NEIGHBOR - The Astoria Makers purchased a building downtown and are rapidly advancing on plans to open a community oriented Makerspace, including tool and space rental, and collaborative work environments.

FRUFFLES - MEET YOUR BUSINESS NEIGHBOR - Fruffles is a home decor and gift boutique specializing in kitchen goods and gadgets.