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Statewide: Baseline Reopening

Guidelines and safety measures for operating retail, take-out restaurant service, childcare, summer camps and summer school, outdoor recreation, etc.



Phase 1

First reopening stage, allowed in specific counties that qualify. Includes limited reopening of restaurants and bars, personal services, gyms, and malls. Gatherings of up to 25 people allowed for recreational, social, cultural, civic or faith events – with physical distancing requirements.



Phase 2

After 21 days in Phase 1, counties that meet specific prerequisites may be able to enter Phase 2. Counties that are approved to move into Phase 2 will be able to relax some of the restrictions that have been in place and some sectors will be able to reopen.



Phase 3

Mass gatherings such as major concerts or sporting events with live audiences will require a reliable treatment or vaccine to be available.




County Status




Note: Mask required indicates that face coverings are required for indoor public spaces. Face coverings are required statewide effective July 1st.
County & Contact Info Baseline Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3
Baker County Mask required
Benton County Mask required
Clackamas County  Mask required
Clatsop County Mask required
Columbia County Mask required
Coos County Mask required
Crook County Mask required
Curry County Mask required
Deschutes County Mask required
Douglas County Mask required
Gilliam County Mask required
Grant County Mask required
Harney County Mask required
Hood River County Mask required
Jackson County Mask required
Jefferson County Mask required
Josephine County Mask required
Klamath County Mask required
Lake County Mask required
Lane County Mask required
Lincoln County Mask required
Linn County Mask required
Malheur County Mask required
Marion County Mask required
Morrow County Mask required
Multnomah County  Mask required
Polk County Mask required
Sherman County Mask required
Tillamook County Mask required
Umatilla County Mask required
Union County Mask required
Wallowa County Mask required
Wasco County Mask required
Washington County  Mask required
Wheeler County Mask required
Yamhill County Mask required


Note: If your county has submitted a plan and you do not see it listed here, it is currently being processed for review and may need to be revised to meet our current application requirements before it is accepted as complete. The Governor’s Office will be contacting county leadership about what additional information we may need for an application to be processed.

Applications listed as Under Review are currently being reviewed by the Governor's Office and Oregon Health Authority to determine whether a county meets the criteria.

Note: Mask required indicates that face coverings are required for indoor public spaces. Face coverings are required statewide effective July 1st.




Baseline reopening, statewide

Starting May 15th, new guidelines will take effect for all counties not approved for Phase 1.

Currently open:




Phase 1: The first reopening stage, by county

Counties that are approved to enter Phase 1 may reopen the following areas, while following the health and safety guidelines.

Restaurants and bars must:

View all Phase 1 Restaurant and Bar guidelines

Personal care services (salons, barber shops, massage, etc.) must:

View all Phase 1 Personal Care Services guidelines

Gyms/ fitness must:

View all Phase 1 Gym and Fitness guidelines

Local gatherings must:

Have questions whether you can open your business?

If you have questions regarding repopening your business, please contact your local county officials

Look up your County Officials



Phase 2: Higher-risk activities

After 21 days in Phase 1, counties that meet specific prerequisites may be able to enter Phase 2. Subject to public health guidelines, physical distancing, gathering size limits, and sanitization guidelines, this includes: recreational sports; pools; venues like movie theaters, bowling alleys, and arcades; some additional in-office work; bars and restaurants able to stay open until midnight; social, civic, and faith-based gatherings can meet in larger, physically-distanced groups.




Phase 3: Highest-risk activities

Large gatherings and events are not possible until a reliable treatment or prevention is available. As a result, these are cancelled or significantly modified through at least September.

May include: