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Post Office

Pacific Beach:
12 Main Street • 276-4473
Hours: 10am - 4:30pm • Monday - Friday
Closed for lunch: 12:30pm - 1pm

4758 State Route 109 
Hours: Noon - 4pm • Monday - Friday

(pictured: Postmaster Jasmine)

Sheriff - Fire - Utilities


CenturyTel 8-1-1 or 1-800-550-8110
It is the only choice out here, but a good one.  The Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) is now here in the local area. Do not use the 8-1-1 number that service. Use the toll free number and punch five off the menu for residential.  You should also shop around. We also have T-1 lines, dry pairs, and ASDL embedded in main street thanks to the Navy's presence here. We have better connectivity than many parts of Seattle.

Cable Television: 

Coast Communications 360-289-2252
They are located across from the High School in Ocean Shores and are now boasting their digital hook-ups for internet access.

Fire Department:

9-1-1 Our station is located in Pacific Beach on Hwy 109. It is an all volunteer force.


9-1-1 We rely on the Grays Harbor Sheriffs Department for policing the unincorporated areas. 
Non-Emergency number to dispatch: 533-8765

Water and Sewer billing: 276-8373

Grays Harbor P.U.D.: 532-4220 link: http://www.ghpud.org/

Grocery - Gas - Propane

You and I Market and Gas

Essential foods, video rental, Only propane for miles, Only Gas for miles. Hot lunch food..and now teriyaki kitchen

D and K Grocery

Essential foods, gifts, video rentals, hot food daily.

Moclips Country Store

Located on SR 109 in downtown Moclips • 360-276-0296

Food & Drink

Paddie's Perch Restaurant

Classic style • Great food • Famous desserts.


Hi-Fliers Kite Shop

Kites and much more • Espresso

Hi-Tide Resort Gift Shop

6th and Railroad • Moclips 360-276-4142
Moclips T-shirts, gifts.

Pacific Art Studio

Gull Wing Inn & Antiques

4852 Pacific Ave., Moclips · 360-276-0014

Sandphifer Gallery

Sandphifer Gallery, located across from the water tower of the Naval Recreation Center on 1st street, is a new addition to Pacific Beach.
Showing mostly the work of the owner/artists, the gallery offers driftwood sculptures by Stephen Phifer and drawings by Karin Phifer.
Winter hours: Sat/Sun 11am - 4pm • Summer hours Tues-Sun 10am - 5pm.
For appointments outside of regular hours please call (360) 276-5029


Wacky Warehouse

Hardware • wacky stuff • used items • books and gifts • clothes •
Metal re-cycling
48 Main Street 276-4200

General Business

Aloha self storage

Now renting units.
Sizes available: 5x5 • 5x10 • 10x10 • 10x15 • 10x20
Heat is available to all units. Storage units are insulated, sealed concrete, area fenced and under video surveillance, building and yard well lit.
Call Mark or Linda Baxter for rates: (360)276-4182 or email to: aloha.self.storage@hotmail.com.


Chocolate on the Beach Festival

360-276-0009 • Chocolate on the Beach website

The Chocolate on the Beach Festival supports North Beach groups and organizations by sponsoring grants for historical, educational and community programs that benefite the communities of the North Beach.

North Beach Business Association (NBBA)

This group's functions revolve around our September events. Liability insurance and organization of volunteers are the key points here. Membership is $75 annually. Pacific Beach is unincorporated so we rely on Grays Harbor County for many services.

Contact: President Scott Hedin at 360-276-8377

MAAP Foundation

(Moclips, Aloha and Pacific Beach)
Providing additional funding for our Fire Department, and some civic needs. Our most recent Fireman's Ball raised nearly $40K towards our new ambulance.

PO Box 358 Pacific Beach, WA 98571

Moclips-By-The-Sea Historical Society and the Museum of the North Beach

Contact: kelly@moclips.org • 360-276-4441
or visit the website www.moclips.org

St. John's Chapel by the Sea (PCUSA)

4612 SR 109 • P.O. Box 194 Pacific Beach, WA 98571
Worship: Sundays at 10:30am
Pastor Jan Van Pelt • 206-941-8631 (cell)

Pacific Beach Community Church

360-276-8163 • 19 Fourth Street S, Pacific Beach

Seabrook Foundation

Each time a home is bought or sold in Seabrook, 1% of the gross sales go back into the local communities around Seabrook.
The intent is that when Seabrook is complete the local towns will stronger than they were when Seabrook started.
The foundation is focused on but not limited to improving public and private schools, youth programs that encourage physical activity and promote healthy habits, local emergency services and equipment, and other efforts that support community health and wellness.

Email the Foundation

Pacific Beach Elementary: 360-276-0183
South Fourth Street and Main

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