Astoria Navy Heights

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Navy Heights
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Residences: Stella's Home
Other: Columbia Memorial Hospital
  • Suburban neighborhood
  • Eastern portion of Astoria, north of the Clatsop Forest Astoria Basin woods, and abutting the Columbia.
  • Navy Heights used to be a housing projects built to house war-time personnel and their families during World War II.


  • Made up mainly of small (studio to two bedroom) to medium (three to four bedroom) single-family homes and small apartment buildings.
  • Housing is occupied by a mixture of owners and renters.
  • Many of the residences were built between 1940 and 1969.


  • Below average income neighborhood
  • Income lower than 91% of U.S. neighborhoods
  • 50% of the children here live below the poverty level.
  • 30% of population are employed in sales and service jobs.
  • 30% of population are employed in manufacturing and laborer occupations.
  • 19% of population are employed in clerical, assistant and tech support occupations.
  • 16% of population are employed in executive, management and professional occupations.
  • 5% of the population are employed in farming, fishing or timer harvesting


  • 11% Mexican
  • 8% German
  • 7% English
  • 6% Norwegian
  • 5% Irish
  • 3% Eastern European
  • 2% Finnish
  • 13% were born in another country


  • 80% English
  • 14% Spanish
  • 5% Other
  • 1% Polish