Reopening Marion County
Community Roadmap for a Limited Reopening of Marion County - Updated
On Wednesday, May 20, Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced that Marion County meets the prerequisites to enter phase 1 of her reopening framework.
Effective Friday, May 22, the following businesses are permitted to reopen:
- Restaurants and bars.
- Personal Care, including barbers, salons, massage and more.
- Gyms and fitness centers.
Safely reopening requires strict implementation of:
- Enhanced sanitation protocols.
- Crowd size restrictions.
- Physical distancing requirements.
- Face mask protocols.
Throughout reopening, anyone who feels sick should remain at home. Additionally, high-risk individuals who are over 65 years of age or suffering chronic illnesses should continue to remain home as much as possible. All businesses and organizations that choose to reopen should follow state guidelines, many of which are described in detail sector by sector. We encourage all individuals to continue to follow physical distancing guidelines. Together, we can keep Marion County open.
Phase 1 Reopening Guidelines for Businesses
Guidance from the Governor's office for businesses and individuals to follow while safely and responsibly reopening during phase 1 are listed below.
Restaurants and Bars:
Personal Service Providers: Defined as barber shops, hair salons, esthetician practices, medical spas, facial spas and day spas, non-medical massage therapy services, nail salons, tanning salons, and tattoo/piercing parlors
Shopping Centers and Malls:
Gyms and Fitness Centers:
For more information from the Governor's office, click here
or call the hot line established by the Governor's office at 833-604-0880. Additional Resources:
Reopening Toolkit for Businesses
The following posters are available for businesses and organizations to use to promote safety measures in their facilities as desired:
Resources are also available from the Oregon Health Authority here.
Reporting Concerns about Reopened Facilities
As our community navigates reopening, we all play a role in ensuring it is done safely and responsibly. If you encounter a facility that is not following the guidance provided by the Governor's office, the following channels are available for reporting your concerns:
Questions? We are here to help. Email MCCOVIDfirstname.lastname@example.org.