Información durante la emergencia de COVID-19

Información durante la emergencia de COVID-19

A medida que la situación avanza día a día, la Ciudad de Hood River tiene toda la información y recursos de la COVID-19 en una página. Haga clic para obtener más detalles.
City Info during COVID-19

City Info during COVID-19

With new developments every day, the City of Hood River has placed all its City COVID-19 information and resources on one page, including a timeline of actions the City has taken in past weeks. Click thru for the link and more info.
Recordatorios de descarga del inodoro

Recordatorios de descarga del inodoro

Proteja el sistema del drenaje de la ciudad. Este es un recordatorio importante durante esta crisis de salud pública: No baje nada en el inodoro excepto los desechos humanos y el papel higiénico. El papel higiénico está hecho para desintegrarse hacia que pasa por el sistema del drenaje, mientras que las toallitas no se desintegran fácilmente. Haga clic para obtener más detalles.
City issues “flushing” reminders

City issues “flushing” reminders

Important reminder: protect the City's sewer system. Do not put anything down the toilet except human waste and toilet paper. Toilet paper is made to disintegrate as it flows through the sewer system, while wipes and other substitutes don’t easily break down. If you use wipes, place them in the trash, not the toilet. Click-thru for more info.
Joint Message from Cities and County

Joint Message from Cities and County

This joint message is a call for all citizens to Stay Home and Stay Safe. Social Distancing is our primary tool to flatten the curve and prevent the spread of Covid-19. ALL OF US ARE RESPONSIBLE for limiting contacts and stopping transmission of the virus. We will only get through this and get everyone back to work by preventing the spread of this virus. Click-thru for full message.
City Restricts Lodging to Deter Tourism

City Restricts Lodging to Deter Tourism

In further efforts to stem the spread of COVID-19, the City of Hood River has temporarily ordered all tourism lodging stays to cease in order to reduce visitation to the area and protect health and safety. Click-thru for more info, including allowable uses of local lodging facilities.
Gov. issues Statewide Stay Home Order

Gov. issues Statewide Stay Home Order

On March 23, Oregon’s Governor Kate Brown issued Executive Order 20-12: “Stay Home, Save Lives,” allowing only essential personnel to go to work, and others to go out only for essential needs. The order adds to the list of businesses that will be temporarily closed to stem the spread of COVID-19 in Oregon. Click thru for more info.
Los parques de la ciudad estarán cerrados

Los parques de la ciudad estarán cerrados

Para promover la salud pública por medios del distanciamiento social, la ciudad de Hood River cerrará los servicios públicos. Los cierres afectarán los parques, baños públicos e instalaciones deportivos (como las canchas de baloncesto y tenis). Haga clic para obtener más detalles.
CITY CLOSES PARKS DUE TO COVID-19

CITY CLOSES PARKS DUE TO COVID-19

In order to promote social distancing and public health, the City of Hood River is closing its public facilities. The closures affect parks, public restrooms, and sports facilities (such as basketball or tennis courts). Click-thru for more details.
City makes operational changes

City makes operational changes

All City offices are closed to the public as of 5:00 p.m. on March 17. The City continues all operations and staff can be reached by phone, email and online. Public Works, Police, and Fire/EMS are keeping normal hours and availability while taking necessary precautions in interfacing with staff and the public. Click-thru for more details.

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