Reopening Oregon

Oregon has started a phased reopening process laid out by Governor Kate Brown. Washington County was approved to start Phase 1 on June 1.

On May 15, previously closed retail businesses were allowed to reopen with extra guidelines in place to prevent COVID-19 spread. This includes furniture stores, boutiques and jewelry stores.

Information for retail openings effective May 15 | For Employers | For Retail

Salons, fitness centers and sit down service at bars and restaurants may reopen during Phase 1.

Guidelines for businesses under Phase 1

Additional Resources

Washington County Approved for Phase 1 on June 1

Washington County business recovery page

Oregon Health Authority: Reopening FAQ (Restaurants/Bars)

American Hotel and Lodging Association: Stay Safe Guidelines

What reopening Oregon means for you — Travel Oregon

State Guide for Face Coverings

Guidance for U Pick Farms

Oregon Restaurant and Lodging Association safety checklists

Reopening in some parts of the state does not mean back to business as usual. Large gatherings are still prohibited and residents are still being asked to stay home whenever possible. Governor Brown has said people from unopened counties should not travel to other counties to visit salons, restaurants etc.

All Oregon state guidelines/resources can be found here

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