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Travel Safely in Tualatin Valley

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Travel Safely in Tualatin Valley

Tualatin Valley’s Businesses Are Prioritizing Safety and Safe Travel and Are Waiting to Welcome You

Tualatin Valley is a vast destination with wide-open spaces for visitors to roam and explore the beauty of the region. Our outdoor spaces–from nature parks and trails to a multitude of hiking and cycling routes–beckon all who want to travel and get away. Safe, open and accessible travel go beyond our wide-open spaces and outdoor recreation as wineries, breweries hotels and restaurants have increased their safety protocols to ensure a safe visit.

Effective June 30, 2021, most COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted

Most COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted throughout Oregon:

  • Mask Mandates: Masks are no longer required throughout the state. However, individual businesses may continue to require masks. Masks are still required in some settings, including public transportation.
  • Capacity Limits: Restaurants, bars, bowling alleys, entertainment centers, theaters, museums, malls, pools and gyms can return to pre-pandemic limits. Businesses may continue to limit capacities.
  • Social Gatherings: Attendance limits for social gatherings have been completely lifted.

Health officials recommend that people who are not vaccinated continue to wear masks while indoors.

For statewide travel alerts, please visit Travel Oregon’s website. 

We can’t wait to welcome you to discover the wonders of Tualatin Valley. Be assured that you can travel with confidence when you visit us. We’re here when you’re ready to travel again.