Come to Pacific City and you’ll soon discover the Nestucca Ridge Family of Companies, an organically grown collection of coastal businesses dedicated to memory-making beach vacations, meetings and ownership experiences. For us, it’s all about creating distinct businesses one at a time, crafting each with just the right personality and then sharing them with others who value authenticity as much as we do.
Mary J. Jones and Jeff Schons came to Pacific City in 1990 and immediately knew it would be their home forever. Since that day, their vision has guided the creation of all the businesses that are part of their family of companies today. Their greatest desire? To share all that these businesses have to offer with you. Jeff and Mary invite you to visit Pacific City, your little beach town, and start creating the special beach memories that you'll carry with you for years to come.
What motivates us goes well beyond just running strong businesses. We love and believe in this community and feel it is every company's responsibility to invest back in the community that supports them. At Nestucca Ridge Family of Companies, we are proud to contribute to Pacific City's quality of life in innumerable ways including sponsorship funding for the Birding & Blues Festival and American Lung Cancer's "Reach the Beach" fundraiser. As part of our development of the Cottages at Cape Kiwanda, we provided space for the Doryman's Memorial Wall commemorating our local fishermen who have lost their lives at sea. The list is long and will continue to get longer. Nothing could give us more satisfaction.
Call us restless or a company on the move--we're always trying to think of new ideas and business concepts that Pacific City residents and visitors will enjoy.
Total success through uncompromising excellence, NO EXCUSES!
People are our strength.
Strive to make something better today than it was yesterday.
Always do the right thing, even when no one is looking.
Profitability is a practical necessity and a measure of our success.
Support our communities, don't be a taker, be a giver.