Reopening Washington County

Washington County in "Moderate" risk

Washington County is in moderate riskOn Friday, Feb. 26, Washington County moved to "Moderate" risk. Some changes include:

  • Indoor dining: Increases to 50% capacity or 100 people, whichever is smaller. 
  • Outdoor dining: Increases to a maximum of 150 people, including individual dining pods. Maximum party of eight people.
  • Indoor recreation and fitness: Increases to 50% capacity or 100 people, whichever is smaller.
  • Indoor entertainment: Increases to 50% capacity or 100 people, whichever is smaller.
  • Outdoor recreation and fitness: Increases to 150 people.

Capacity limits for gatherings and additional activities are available in the most current activity chart by risk level.

The state's website has a menu dropdown feature. Select a county to find out what is allowed in various sectors such as restaurants, gyms, faith gatherings and more. 

PLEASE continue to wear masks, wash your hands, stay home when sick, and limit contact with people outside of your bubble. Let's keep up the good work! Your efforts and sacrifices are making a difference.

Businesses/Employers: You can find additional information on the Workplace Guidance page.

What about schools? 

As of January 1, 2021, the metrics for in-school instruction are no longer mandatory. It is up to the school or district to determine if in-person instruction is safe and the right fit for their students. It is still recommended, however, that transition to in-person instruction does not occur until Washington County meets the metrics set forth by the governor and the Oregon Health Authority (metrics subject to change).  

View the current guidance for limited in-person instruction during comprehensive distance learning.