Travel Notice:

Travel Notice:

The City of Cannon Beach/Clatsop County are in Phase 2 of the Reopening plan. Hotels/rentals are taking guests, Restaurants may offer limited seating, businesses are open with safety protocols in place. Beaches are open. Effective July 15, the State of Oregon requires face coverings in all indoor public spaces. In addition, face coverings are required in outdoor public spaces when physical distancing is not possible.  A statewide limit of 10 people in indoor social gatherings is also in place.

See our Coronavirus Update Page for the latest details.

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Latest Reopening Update

(Updated July 22, 2020 8:00am)

We encourage everyone to be informed of the latest developments and make your decisions based on what is best for you, your business, employees, and customers.

"Cannon Beach is committed to the health and safety of everyone in our community"

-Cannon Beach Chamber Staff

 

July 22nd

Governor announced effective Friday, July 24th:

Face Coverings

  • Face coverings will be required for all Oregonians ages five and up in indoor public spaces and outdoors when six feet of distance cannot be maintained.
  • Face coverings will be required even in cases of physical exertion indoors, and outdoors when six feet of distance cannot be maintained.

Businesses

  • The maximum indoor capacity limit is capped at 100 for all venues in Phase II counties and for restaurants and bars in Phase I or II counties.
  • Restaurants and bars will be required to stop serving customers at 10:00 P.M statewide.

July 15th

– Gov. Kate Brown is expanding Oregon’s statewide face mask policy, requiring that most Oregonians wear masks in outdoor situations when they cannot stay six feet from other people. Statewide Mask, Face Shield, Face Covering Guidance.

July 1st

– Effective July 1, Governor Kate Brown issued a STATEWIDE requirement to wear face mask, face shield, or face coverings. "Face coverings are required for indoor public spaces in every county effective July 1st. Children under 12 years of age, as well as people with a disability or a medical condition that prevent them from wearing a face covering, are not required to wear one." Full details. Oregon Health Authority Mask Guidance. Mask Social Media ToolKit