COVID-19> What you need to know
Jim Paino, Executive Director for the Cannon Beach Chamber of Commerce and Cannon Beach Mayor Sam Steidel wish to share with you how Cannon Beach will be moving through the phases of re-opening.
A majority of our small community of 1700 residents are in the vulnerable population. This is concerning and therefore the health and well-being of everyone in Cannon Beach is of the utmost importance. Our commitment to following health and safety procedures through these phases are for the protection of everyone. Be they our residents, workers, or visitors alike.
Our businesses have been working hard to implement new procedures at their shops, restaurants, and lodging facilities. Keeping your safety in mind. Many of our local shops will be requiring patrons to wear personal protective equipment while in their shops. (This is their right as owners of private property.)
We ask and encourage everyone, resident and visitor, to follow the appropriate safety measures while in public in Cannon Beach. Remember the mask is a courtesy to others as much as it is for yourself.
If you don’t feel comfortable with the safety measures in place we would ask you to save your visit to Cannon Beach until we have cleared all the phases of reopening. If wearing a mask is difficult for you or if you feel that these phases don’t adequately protect you from the virus, please continue to shelter in place for your well-being. We will be here when you are ready.
These are trying times and we all need patience, kindness, and understanding to get through this transitional time.
We all love Cannon Beach and want to help keep everyone safe.
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Thursday, September 9th
The Governor held a press conference on Tuesday, September 7, provided an update on the current state of COVID-19 and the return of students to in-person learning in the classroom across Oregon. Read more from the State.
Tuesday, August 24th
The Governor held a press conference today to announce effective Friday, August 27, masks will be required in most public outdoor settings, including large outdoor events, where physical distancing is not possible, and regardless of vaccination status. Read more from the State.
Wednesday, August 11th - The Governor held a press conference today to provide an update on the status of COVID-19 in Oregon and to announce new statewide indoor mask requirements. To help stop the highly contagious Delta variant from spreading further, masks will be required in all indoor public settings, effective Friday, August 13. View the Oregon Indoor Mask Requirement Fact Sheet.
Thursday, July 29th - In response to a large jump in cases and hospitalizations and new national guidance calling for masking measures to prevent the spread of the highly transmissible Delta variant, OHA is now recommending universal mask use in public indoor settings throughout the state to protect Oregonians from COVID-19. Read More Read More from the State HERE.
Tuesday, June 30th Oregon COVID restrictions are lifted!
COVID face coverings and physical distancing restrictions have been lifted, with certain federally mandated exceptions, including health care, public transit, and airports. Businesses can still choose to put their own limits on their operations, as long as they do so consistent with public health guidelines. Read More from the County HERE.
June 25th Governor Brown held a press conference today announcing the next phase of reopening Oregon. Read more from the State HERE.
- The Governor signed a recovery-focused executive order lifting Oregon’s risk level framework, and all remaining COVID-19 health and safety restrictions that have been issued under Oregon’s emergency statutes when Oregon reaches 70% of adults vaccinated, or by Wednesday, June 30th - whichever comes first.
"Cannon Beach is committed to the health and safety of everyone in our community"
- Cannon Beach Chamber of Commerce Staff
(Updated August 24, 2021)
Direct from the Source Information and Links:
For general information on novel coronavirus in Oregon, call 211. If you are having a medical emergency, call 911.
Oregon State Parks
- The following day-use parks will open by noon on Friday, June 5: Tolovana State Recreation Site, Cannon Beach, Arcadia State Recreation Site, Clatsop County, Hug Point State Recreation Site, Clatsop County.
- Oregon State Parks open/closure MAP
Oregon Coast Visitor Association (OCVA)
COVID-19 Information Phone Line
Staffed by live personnel Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Phone line staff will handle questions about preventative measures, social distancing and closure orders, and general inquiries about testing and related issues, or will direct callers to other information sources. Staff cannot answer medical questions.
Governor Kate Brown's Office- Newsroom
Oregon Health Authority
Oregon Office of Emergency Management
- COVID Dashboard
- Private Sector Lead for Oregon Office of Emergency Management -Sonya McCormick, Public-Private Partnership Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Guidelines for Opening Up America Again. President Trump has unveiled Guidelines for Opening Up America Again, a three-phased approach based on the advice of public health experts. These steps will help state and local officials when reopening their economies, getting people back to work, and continuing to protect American lives.