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In an area once known as a thriving fishing port, center for farming, and dairy industry, Thomas Malaney platted the town of Ocean Park in 1893. The town gained its modern name of Pacific City in 1909 to avoid confusion with a Washington town also called Ocean Park. By the 1920s, when fish (mostly salmon) became depleted by overfishing and the business less profitable, tourism became the mainstay of the local economy. Less than two hours from Portland (and even less from Salem) it has been a special getaway place for generations. Pacific City is casual, low-key and quiet, but still manages to have all the amenities and lots of stuff to do. Perhaps that's the inspiration for their motto: "Pacific City, Oregon, It just doesn't get any better than this."
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