Your Neighborhood Association in Nedonna Beach
Join The Neighborhood Association
Your annual membership is only $10 and helps to keep you informed about
activities in and around Nedonna Beach.
You can also pay by check by filling out a membership application and mailing your payment to:
Nedonna Beach Neighborhood Association
Contribute and Support Projects
You can make an additional contribution to support the Association's various projects. Your additional contributions are greatly appreciated.
Seal Pup, Beavers and other wildlife
If you see seal pups you are encouraged to call the Seaside Aquarium at (503) 738-6211
The Neighborhood association keeps a list of service providers that have been recommended by our members.
The Picture Gallery
Share your Nedonna Beach pictures.
The easiest way to send pictures is to attach them to an email. Please include your full name.
History of Nedonna Beach
Nedonna Beach was originally a dairy farm, belonging to the grandparents of Robert Riley. They willed it to Robert Riley. He was a graduate engineer. He mapped it, put in the roads and water, and started selling it as beach lots.
When he was in his forties, Robert Riley married Geneva Donna. So she became Geneva Riley nee Donna--thus, Nedonna (which, of course, should be pronounced "knee-donna"). Geneva Avenue is also named after Mrs. Riley.
David and Donald are the two Riley sons. Adah Hidy was the elderly lady who acted as a real estate broker for Riley. We bought our lot from her in 1965. We built a house on it in 1984. We sold the lot and house in January, 2008.
Grace and Tim Thomas
Japan Tsunami Marine Debris
What to do if you see debris?