Temporary Closures and Event Cancellations


Temporary Closures and Event Cancellations in Oregon’s Washington County

Oregon Governor Kate Brown has issued guidelines to help slow the spread of COVID-19, including restrictions on gatherings and business operations. Most businesses and events in Oregon have been impacted by Executive Order 20-12. 

UPDATE: As of May 15, retail businesses have been allowed to reopen. Washington County has been also been approved to begin Phase 1 of Oregon’s reopening framework on June 1. This means our restaurants, breweries and wineries are welcome to reopen for dining in and tastings. Businesses will have to adhere to new COVID-19 guidelines for sanitation and physical distancing. Learn More about Phase 1 >>>

Temporary closures in effect March 23

  • All malls and retail complexes
    • Washington Square Mall
    • Streets of Tanasbourne
    • Bridgeport Village
    • Cedar Hills Crossing
  • Fitness, yoga and dance centers
  • Barbershops, hair and nail salons, spas, cosmetic stores, tattoo parlors
  • Theaters, amusement parks, arcades, bowling alleys, skating rinks, museums
  • Campgrounds, pools, skate parks and playgrounds
  • Oregon State Parks
  • City and county officials have also decided to close facilities, parks and trails

Winery offerings/reopening updates >>>
Restaurants open for takeout and delivery >>>

More COVID-19 information Travel Oregon
More from Governor Kate Brown
COVID-19 information from the CDC
Resources for Businesses

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