Phased Opening by County (Update 5-14-20)

Your Micro Wedding Size Will Vary by County and Phase of Opening

As Oregon begins to reopen it could get a little confusing for events for a while. Some counties will be in Phase I, some will be in Phase II, and some will still be in Baseline or shut down mode. In general the rule is no social gatherings beyond 10 people and no travel in baseline; 25 max and no non-essential travel beyond 50 miles (no overnights recommended ) for Phase I. Phase II guidelines are not set at this time. We’ve heard it will be at least 21 days in Phase I before any county can move to Phase II. We’ve heard maxes may be 50, but not more than 100 in Oregon through at least the end of September and not until Phase III. A vaccine or treatment is required to get to Phase III. It could be 12-18 months or more to get to Phase III – we don’t know. Please note max numbers should be treated as fire code numbers meaning include all people present — vendors, yourselves, guests. It’s not 25 guests it’s 25 total people.

While some may have possible dates and max numbers, these dates and numbers are potentially going to change if there is an outbreak. These numbers should not be considered as your guide to planning, or guaranteed numbers, but they are as close as we can come to helping with what we know. Please see the Oregon website for questions and full details on our state’s Coronavirus response and path forward. We have quick links from each county name to resources for each county.

Here is a graphic with general public guidelines for what it means to stay at home, if you live in a Metro Area County, you should be following these guidelines:

Baker County

Baker City

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Benton County

Corvallis

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Clackamas County

Oregon City

Current Status: May 23 enters Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: TBD

Clatsop County

Astoria

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Columbia County

Saint Helens

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Coos County

Coquille

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Crook County

Prineville

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Curry County

Golds Beach

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Deschutes County

Bend

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Douglas County

Roseburg

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Gilliam County

Condon

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Grant County

Canyon City

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Harney County

Burns

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Hood River County

Hood River

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Jackson County

Medford

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Jefferson County

Madras

Current Status: Baseline Stay at Home (under review for Phase I TBD)

Phase II: TBD

Josephine County

Grants Pass

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Klamath County

Klamath Falls

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Lake County

Lakeview

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Lane County

Eugene

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Lincoln County

Newport

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Linn County

Albany

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Malheur County

Vale

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Marion County

Salem

Current Status: Phase I effective May 22, 2020, Max 25

Phase II: TBD

Morrow County

Heppner

Current Status: Baseline Stay at Home, application to Phase I under review, TBD

Phase II: TBD

Multnomah County

Portland

Current Status: Baseline Stay at Home, TBD

Phase II: TBD

Polk County

Dallas

Current Status: Phase I effective May 22, 2020 – Max 25

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Sherman County

Moro

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Tillamook County

Tillamook

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Umatilla County

Pendleton

Current Status: Baseline Stay at Home, application to Phase I under review, TBD

Phase II: TBD

Union County

La Grande

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Wallowa County

Enterprise

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Wasco County

Dufur

Current Status: Phase I – 25 Max

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Washington County

Hillsboro

Current Status Baseline: Stay at Home, Phase I application expected May 22 goal June 1 begin opening, TBD

Phase II: 50 Max – TBD

Wheeler County

Fossil

Phase I: 25 Max -Applied for May 15

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

Yamhill County

MciMinnville

Phase I: 25 Max -Applied for May 15

Phase II: June 5th earliest, TBD

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