Gleneden Beach is a quiet community just off of Highway 101, located five miles south of Lincoln City and five miles north of Depoe Bay on the beautiful Oregon coast.  It’s a wonderful place to live, work and play.

Whether you’re a permanent resident, or a part-time resident, we welcome you to share our beautiful beaches, visit local resources,  partake of some great food, and join us in a variety of fun activities.

Of interest to the community:

It’s a good idea to have as much information as possible before you vote, so we wanted to let you know about these upcoming meetings to learn more about two proposals that will be on our May ballot.

The Gleneden Beach Sanitary District will be holding an informational session on April 17 at 2pm and another at 6pm to discuss the proposed local 5-year tax levy. The meeting will be held at the Community Hall (110 Azalea St.).

The Depoe Bay Fire Protection District will hold three nearby town halls to discuss the proposed 5-year local option levy:

Saturday, March 30, 10am at the Gleneden Beach Fire Station, 6445 Gleneden Beach Loop

Saturday, April 6, 10am at the Coronado Shores Beach Community Center

Saturday, April 13, 10am at the Gleneden Beach Fire Station, 6445 Gleneden Beach Loop

We hope you’ll attend to learn more about these ballot items!

Upcoming events at the Community Club

Whether you call them taters, spuds or potatoes, everyone seems to love them, and at the Club on Saturday night (5:30pm) there’s much to love! Not only will there be some big bakers hot and steamy, but there will be all your favorite toppings to dress them–sour cream, cheese, chili, butter, etc.. You pick and pile them high.

We’re baking the potatoes and assembling the toppings, but we ask that you bring either a salad or dessert to accompany these baked delicacies.
Cost is only $5 per person (cash), so come on down and enjoy your tater your way!


Furniture, treasures, collectibles, household items, tools, toys and more…much more! We only have space for a few small donations, so bring them to the hall on Friday, April 19 between 9 and noon (no donations accepted after noon). Then come bright and early to shop on Saturday and bring cash or your checkbook. We have private vendors and an area to purchase from items donated to the club.

Tuesday, April 16, 6-8pm

On Tuesday, April 16, you can look for a pun-y evening of education and storytelling. Oregon Coast Today owner and publisher Patrick Alexander will join us for a behind-the-scenes look at running a successful free newspaper highlighting our area. Known for his incredible puns throughout the issue, you might even have a chance to write one or two yourself during the evening’s presentation. Join us at 6pm for a fun (and free) evening. Cookies will be served.

Thursday, April 25 at 6:30pm is Game Night! Learn a new game, bring a favorite or play one of the many games on-hand.


Emergencies come in all shapes and sizes, not just the obviously scary ones…sometimes they’re just a major inconvenience. This month our emergency preparedness committee is sharing some tips related to power outages…remember the recent storm?

So, follow the do’s and don’ts in the attached information and you’ll be ready should the lights go out!

March 2024,
This month our emergency preparedness committee is focusing on pets and how to prepare for maintaining their routines in the event of a disaster. Read the attached ideas for how to be sure your furry friend  is safe should a disaster happen.

3/24 Pets






110 Azalea Street, Gleneden Beach, OR 97388