The Willamette Valley has always been a place that’s approachable, welcoming and genuine. As we look forward to welcoming guests back to the place we all love to call home, it is important to recognize our shared responsibility and respect for the health and safety of our locals, communities and environment.
That’s why we launched the Willamette Valley Responsible Reopening commitment. The industry-led effort helps create a safer atmosphere and showcase a true Valley-wide message of unity, care, and excellence.
To date, more than 200 businesses have pledged to make these Willamette Valley Responsible Reopening commitments—like encouraging physical distancing, providing hand sanitizer in public areas, and implementing contactless solutions whenever possible. View the full list of Responsible Reopening commitments here.
Here’s a look at what’s being done to keep visitors safe, how you can keep yourself and others safe on your next trip, and our partners in the Responsible Reopening commitment.
How is the Willamette Valley Keeping Visitors Safe?
Since COVID-19 arrived in the Willamette Valley, businesses and public agencies have taken several steps to ensure safety wherever possible. So as you plan your next trip, here is a collection of responsible reopening guides to follow.
Plan Your Next Trip With Our Responsible Reopening Guides
Whenever you visit the Willamette Valley going forward, we want to help make sure you enjoy the safest trip possible—and that the region remains a warm, inviting, and relaxing place to experience.
So here are four day-trip and overnight itineraries for making the most of your next trip. We’ve made sure to include businesses that have signed onto our Responsible Reopening commitment—whether by offering outdoor seating, requiring social-distancing protocols, or taking other protective measures. Safe travels.
How Can You Help Ensure a Responsible Reopening?
Face coverings are required in indoor public places in Marion and Polk Counties.
Maintain six feet of distance from others whenever possible.
Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and warm water.
Stay home if you have a fever, cough, or other symptoms.