What’s Open During Phase 1 of Oregon’s Tualatin Valley Reopening
Here is a guide to what you can do now that some restrictions have been lifted during Washington County/Tualatin Valley’s Phase 1 of reopening. Please note that gatherings of more than 25 people are still not allowed, and non-essential travel is not encouraged during this time.
** Starting June 24, most people will be required to wear face coverings inside Washington County businesses. Learn more >>>
One change you may discover in Tualatin Valley wine country is that many of our wineries are open only by reservation. This is to ensure that they are able to maintain physical distancing guidelines in their tasting rooms. Also, not all tasting rooms have reopened. Please see individual listings for specific guidelines at each winery.
Many of Tualatin Valley’s craft breweries did not close, as they were open for bottles sales and growler fills. With Phase 1, several breweries and brewpubs have reopened their taprooms and dining rooms for dine-in. Please note that events, such as trivia nights, may not be happening at this time. Please see individual listings for specific guidelines at each brewery, taprooms and brewpubs.
During Phase 1, restaurants can now open for dine-in (and many may still offer delivery and takeout). Reservations are highly recommended, as restaurants will be adhering to strict physical distancing requirements, including limiting the number of people allowed inside the restaurant. Not all restaurants are open at the time of this writing, or they may have reduced hours of operation. Please check individual restaurant sites to check opening dates and times.
After being closed during the “Stay Home” order, the malls have reopened for business. However, individual stores may not be reopen during this period, as they are mostly national stores with their own reopening schedules. It is recommended that you check with the individual stores before heading to the malls.
Additionally, our hotels are still open for business. Most outdoor recreation–including nature parks and refuges, water recreation and hiking trails–are open for day use.
As Tualatin Valley slowly reopens, we will continue to keep you informed of what’s open and to communicate any new recommendations as we continue to navigate this unprecedented time. We’re all in this together, and we can’t wait to welcome you back.