COVID-19 Information

The Washington County Visitors Association is committed to keeping our partners and stakeholders informed on the latest Coronavirus COVID-19 information and its impact on the travel and tourism industry in Oregon’s Tualatin Valley.

We understand that things are happening at rapid pace, and we want you to be assured that we are keeping an eye out on this ever-changing situation and will keep you up-to-date on any changes. All of us at the WCVA hope that you all remain in good health and that there is minimal impact to your business.

Effective December 3rd, a new classification system has been announced, replacing the phased approach to reopening.  On this date, 25 Oregon counties, including Washington County, are in the “Extreme Risk” category of Oregon’s Risk and Safety Framework. Five counties will be “High Risk,” two counties will be “Moderate Risk,” and four counties will be considered “Lower Risk.”

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) will assess county risk levels every two weeks based on data collected during that period. The next assignment of county risk levels will take effect Dec. 18th. More details are available (under “Guidance from OHA”).

View OHA’s weekly COVID-19 Report for the week of November 23-29 >>>
Read the governor’s new Executive Order 20-66 >>>
View the new “What’s open in my county” dashboard >>>

Face coverings are required for people age 5 and older in all public buildings and in outdoor spaces where you can not maintain physical distancing from people outside your household.

Find more COVID-19 information and news >>>

If you have questions about reopening your business, call 1-833-604-0880 or email