Hello Neighbor • Tillamook County Community Commitment

Commitment to Community

We share our Expectations of Conduct with guests in multiple ways: on our website, at the time of booking, and upon arrival. These are enforceable standards required by the local jurisdiction. We think it’s good information for residents, too!

Here are a few examples:

Neighbors & Noise: The neighborhood\’s general quiet hours are from 10 pm – 7 am.

Parking: Parked vehicles may not block driveways or emergency vehicle access lanes; Obstructed access means delays, and delays could cost someone’s life. Park smart.

Speed Limits: Be mindful of posted speed limits. If you’re not sure, slow down.

Garbage: All garbage will be put in the provided secure containers and will be picked up by a local franchised hauler at least 1x a week. Did you know it is a crime to put garbage into a can that is not for your home?

RVs: Occupied trailers and tents are not allowed on the premises at any time.

Pets: “It is your duty to pick up your pet’s doody!”

Fires: Fires are only allowed in designated areas, and should never be left unattended.

Fireworks: The State Fire Marshall says “Keep it legal and keep it safe!” Fireworks are illegal in residential areas and prohibited on all of our beaches.

Drones: Be mindful of where you are flying, and respectful of private property and wildlife.

Extras: During COVID We ask our guests: “In the last 14 days, has anyone in your party: 1) Been tested for COVID, 2) Tested positive for COVID, and 3) Exhibited symptoms of COVID?” We encourage social distancing and offer contactless check-in & check-out.