How CHART Helps You

The Community Health Advocacy and Resource Team is a multi-sector community collaborative focused on improving the health of Clatsop County residents. CHART helps create alignment among agencies and projects.

We look at the multiple causes of chronic conditions in the community like lifestyle choices, our environment, and policies that impact our health. We look at food availability, options for physical activities, education opportunities, transportation, housing, infrastructure, etc.

CHART is under the umbrella of Clatsop County Department of Public Health

In response to the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak, Clatsop County is limiting public access to its facilities in the interest of the health and safety of our staff, customers and the wider community.

Beginning Wednesday, March 18, members of the public wishing to conduct business in person at one of our offices – the 800/820 Exchange Street complex, District Attorney’s Office and Public Works facility – must first call or email the department to schedule an appointment. Offices will NOT be open for drop-in business.


Assessment & Taxation – (503) 325-8522

Budget & Finance – (503) 325-8565

Building Codes – (503) 338-3697

Clerk & Elections – (503) 325-8511

County Manager – (503) 325-1000

District Attorney – (503) 325-8581

Fisheries/Parks – (503) 325-6452

Juvenile Department – (503) 325-8601

Parole & Probation – (503) 861-2875

Public Health – (503) 325-8500

Public Works – (503) 325-8631

Sheriff’s Office – (503) 325-8635


Here are some common services can be conducted online:

  • Document recording – eRecording
  • Tax payments – Pay online
  • Property data – Webmaps or Property Information

There will also be a tax payment drop box just outside the Assessment & Taxation office.

The Parole & Probation Division has also implemented special reporting and testing procedures in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.


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We work collaboratively with community members to impact policy, systems, and environmental change to raise the overall health of all Clatsop County residents.