Swimming Pools & Spas

Notice: Gov. Kate Brown announced that Clackamas and Washington counties will move from “High” to “Moderate” risk. The move eases restrictions on businesses and gatherings, beginning Friday, February 26.

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PLEASE READ:

Starting February 26, 2021 Washington County is in the Moderate Risk category.

Please use the following link to access the most up to date Guidance Chart:  

https://sharedsystems.dhsoha.state.or.us/DHSForms/Served/le3461.pdf

 

Beginning Friday, Feb. 26, restaurants, fitness studios and entertainment venues may expand capacity, and long-term care facilities may continue to allow indoor visits.

 

Siga este enlace para la guía en español: Guía de Actividades Durante Riesgo Moderado

 

Activities

Moderate Risk

 

Social and At-Home Gathering Size — Indoor

  • Maximum 8 people          
  • Recommended limit: 2 households

Social and At-Home Gathering Size — Outdoor

Maximum 10 people            

Eating and Drinking Establishments

  • Indoor dining allowed
  • Takeout highly recommended
  • Indoor capacity: not to exceed 50% maximum occupancy or 100 people, whichever is smaller
  • Indoor seating: 6 people per table maximum
  • Outdoor dining allowed
  • Outdoor capacity: 150 people maximum, including individual dining pods.
  • Individual dining pods allowed outdoors subject to outdoor capacity limit.
  • Outdoor seating: 8 people per table maximum
  • 11:00 p.m. closing time

Indoor Recreation and Fitness Establishments

(includes gyms, indoor K-12 Sports, indoor collegiate sports, fitness organizations, indoor recreational sports, indoor pools)

  • Capacity: Maximum 50% occupancy or 100 people total whichever is smaller
  • Indoor full contact sports prohibited

Indoor Entertainment Establishments

(includes aquariums, indoor theaters/movies/arenas/concert halls, indoor gardens, indoor weddings, indoor museums, indoor entertainment activities of any kind)

  • Capacity: Maximum 50% occupancy or 100 people total whichever is smaller
  • 11:00 p.m. closing time

Retail Stores

(includes street fairs/markets, grocery stores, convenience stores and pharmacies)

  • Capacity: Maximum 75% occupancy
  • Curbside pick-up encouraged

Indoor and Outdoor Shopping Centers/Malls

  • Capacity: Maximum 75% occupancy
  • Curbside pick-up encouraged

Faith Institutions*, Funeral Homes, Mortuaries, Cemeteries

  • Indoor Capacity: Maximum 50% occupancy or 150 people total, whichever is smaller
  • Outdoor Capacity: 250 people maximum

Offices

  • Recommend remote work, if able

Outdoor Recreation and Fitness Establishments

(includes outdoor gyms, outdoor fitness organizations, outdoor recreational sports, outdoor pools, outdoor parks and hiking trails, outdoor campsites)

  • Maximum 25% capacity
  • Outdoor full-contact sports allowed

Outdoor Entertainment Establishments

(includes zoos, outdoor gardens, outdoor aquariums, outdoor theaters/stadiums)

  • Maximum 25% capacity
  • 11 p.m. closing time

Personal Services

Allowed

Long-Term Care

Inside and outside visitation allowed

Authority: Executive Order No. 20-66, ORS 433.441, ORS 433.443, ORS 431A.010

Enforcement: To the extent this guidance requires compliance with certain provisions, it is enforceable as specified in Executive Order 20-66.

Definition:

"Maximum Occupancy" means the maximum occupancy permitted by law, or if the maximum occupancy is unknown, refer to Maximum Occuoancy Resource for COVID-19

 

NOTE: *Capacity limits for faith institutions are recommended only.

           **Capacity limits do not apply to this activity.

 

Additional Notes:

• All activities are subject to more detailed, sector-specific guidance.

• Subject to more detailed sector-specific guidance, all activities assume mask usage, minimum physical distancing, provisions for hand hygiene and enhanced cleaning protocols.

• Congregate homeless sheltering, Youth Programs, Childcare, K-12 Schools, Higher Education, Drive-In Operations and current Division 1 and Professional Athletics exemptions operate under sector specific guidance for all risk levels.

• Hookah bars and senior centers are not allowed to operate regardless of risk level.

Document accessibility: For individuals with disabilities or individuals who speak a language other than English, OHA can provide information in alternate formats such as translations, large print, or braille Contact the Health Information Center at 1-971-673-2411, 711 TTY or COVID19.LanguageAccess@dhsoha.state.or.us

 

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Face Coverings Required Statewide

Masks are required statewide for people age 5 and older in:

•All workplaces, indoor public spaces, public and private colleges and universities, and indoor and outdoor markets.

•Outdoor public spaces when physical distancing of at least six feet is not possible.

•People with a disability or medical condition may request accommodation from the business if they cannot wear one.

 

Face shield update, effective 10/19:

Oregon Health Authority now recommends wearing a face covering/mask instead of a face shield (except in limited situations when a face shield by itself is appropriate, like talking to someone who is Deaf or hard of hearing and needs to read lips to communicate.)

Get more mask information

 

Please use the following links to access the most up to date information from the Governor’s Office:

https://coronavirus.oregon.gov/Pages/living-with-covid-19.aspx

 

Please use the following link to access the most up to date information regarding COVID-19 from Washington County:

https://www.co.washington.or.us/HHS/CommunicableDiseases/COVID-19/index.cfm

 

 

Forms and Fees

Virginia Graeme Baker Pool & Spa Safety Act  

On December 20, 2008, important changes to laws regarding swimming pool drains were enacted. The Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act mandates that all public pools provide main drain entrapment protection that meets federal guidelines for the main drains. The document provided is meant as guidance for public pool operators, service companies and others to use to make changes in compliance with the new law while coordinating with existing Oregon rules.

Virginia Graeme Baker Pool & Spa Safety Act Interpretation  - This interpretation of the Federal "Virginia Graeme Baker Pool & Spa Safety Act" is the state's initial guidance for complying with the federal legislation. All public pools are affected by this legislation.

US Consumer Product Safety Commission - Provides valuable information and resources for pool owners, operators and parents regarding the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool & Spa Safety Act.