Important Information from the City of Hood River during the COVID-19 emergency.
The City of Hood River, along with other local and state governments, encourages all citizens to Stay Home and Save Lives in order to keep frontline essential service workers as safe as possible. Social Distancing of a least six feet is our primary tool to flatten the curve and prevent the spread of Covid-19. All are responsible for limiting contacts and stopping person-to-person transmission of the virus. The sacrifices required of our local businesses have been significant and painful. We will only get through this and get everyone back to work by preventing the spread of this virus.
The City of Hood River continues all operations and all departments are functional while complying with social distancing and hygiene guidelines during the COVID-19 public health emergency. Essential services are the City of Hood River’s highest priority.
The following chronology outlines changes through past weeks in City operations. Please contact the City of Hood River by phone, email or website Live Chat. Thank you!
March 25, 2020 – City restricts lodging for discretionary travel (English)
March 24, 2020 – Joint message release from Hood River County, City of Hood River and City of Cascade Locks (English)
March 23 – Governor Brown issues Statewide Stay Home, Save Lives Executive Order
March 16 – City meetings suspended (English)
March 12 – Multiple ways to connect with the City of Hood River (English)
COVID-19 Resources for Residents and Businesses
In an effort to share important information, the City of Hood River has collected the following resources for the community that relate to COVID-19. Please click the links provided for details.
Stay Home, Save Lives
Executive Order COVID-19 information and resources from the State of Oregon
COVID-19 updates from Hood River Co. Health Dept. for residents, businesses, schools with list of resources to help families and residents
Hood River County PSAs
Public Service Announcements from Hood River County’s public health officer Dr. Chris Van Tilburg
Oregon Health Authority (OHA)
Oregon’s statewide health authority’s guidance for COVID-19
MCEDD COVID-19 Resource Page
includes a list of tools and resources to support local workers and the business community.
Hood River County School District
News and announcements related to public schools
If you have a resource to recommend, please email: email@example.com.