In 2019, tourism brought in more than $749 million in direct destination spending to Washington County… Be part of this exciting momentum Washington County, Oregon, offers a wealth of attractions that are appealing to visitors: wine, golf, tax-free shopping, natural areas and more. The…
The WCVA is committed to keeping our partners and stakeholders informed on the latest information related to Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact on the industry.
The City of Forest Grove is requesting proposals for professional services for tourism coordination and development services for the City of Forest Grove. The City desires to enter into a professional services agreement with a qualified individual or firm who can demonstrate competency and…
Travel Oregon has awarded $913,000 to tourism-related projects across the state through its Destination Ready program. The funding will help develop and enhance 34 projects that offer visitor experiences and aid in economic recovery in the wake of COVID-19. The Salmonberry Trail in Tualatin…Learn More
Tualatin Hills Parks and Recreation is planning a new bike/pedestrian bridge to connect the Westside Trail over Highway 26. They are asking for input on the bridge features like color, fencing/railing options and retailing wall features. The Westside Trail connects communities communities across Tualatin…Learn More
COVID-19 has directly affected the hotel industry throughout the United States, and Washington County is no exception. We are still seeing decreases directly tied to the decrease in business and leisure travel due to COVID-19 and related travel restrictions and recommendations. For February 14-20, 2021, Washington…Learn More
The Biden Administration is opening a special two-week period for small businesses to apply for Paycheck Protection Program assistance. The new PPP Loan is for businesses with fewer than 20 employees. Contact the U.S. Small Business Administration, Small Business Development Center, or any bank that is…Learn More
Washington County will move down into the “moderate” risk level starting Friday, February 26. This will mean an increase in capacity for businesses including restaurants, gyms and entertainment facilities. “For the second time in a row, we are seeing great progress in stopping the…Learn More