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.
Tualatin Valley/Washington County currently is a a “Moderate Risk” level.
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Current Restrictions (as of 12/15/2020):
- Face coverings and masks are required in indoor and outdoor spaces that are open to the public
- Indoor and outdoor dining is allowed, with restrictions
- Indoor recreation and entertainment attractions, including bowling alleys, entertainment centers and theaters, are open with 50% maximum capacity (or 100 people total)
- Indoor pools are closed; outdoor pools are allowed
- Museums are temporarily closed.
- Shopping malls and retail stores are open with a maximum 75% occupancy; curbside pick-up is encouraged.
- Out-of-state visitors, and Oregon residents who are returning to the state, are requested to quarantine for 14 days (until further notice)
Tualatin Valley’s businesses have implemented new safety protocols, such as reservations systems, outdoor dining spaces, enhanced sanitation and additional health protocols to keep our visitors safe. The following is an overview of some of the current protocols–by sector–that are being undertaken by our businesses.
Most of Tualatin Valley’s wineries have implemented a reservations-only system. Our wineries quickly pivoted, including allowing physically distanced outdoor tastings.
Currently, indoor dining is prohibited. Most of Tualatin Valley’s breweries and restaurants offer food to-go, allowing visitors to experience the tastes of the region safely. Those that are able have created outdoor dining opportunities, allowing visitors to enjoy a meal on-premises.
Tualatin Valley’s hotels have implemented myriad safety protocols, which may include requiring masks in public spaces, more frequent sanitization of high-touch areas and more. We have provided links to our hotels’ individual safety protocol on their individual listings.
Malls and Retail Shops
Currently, malls and retail shops have capacity limits of 50% and masks are required in indoor and outdoor shopping centers and markets.
Most of Tualatin Valley’s signature events have been canceled; however, some event producers are offering virtual events.
As the current situation remains fluid, please make sure to double-check with businesses before visiting to ensure that they are open for business.
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.