COVID-19 Updates and Travel Alerts

COVID-19 and Travel Alerts

COVID-19 and travel alerts updated November 13, 2020

The Willamette Valley Visitors Association is committed to ensuring the safest possible experience for residents and visitors alike. So with the COVID-19 pandemic ongoing and the effects of wildfires still being felt, we want to pass along the latest alerts, updates, and resources for making the safest possible travel decisions.

News and Updates on COVID-19 in the Willamette Valley

Nov. 13, 2020: Governor Kate Brown has announced a statewide "freeze" that runs Nov. 18-Dec. 2, 2020. This freeze is designed to limit gatherings and stop the rapid spread of COVID-19; during the freeze, restaurants, pubs, winery tasting rooms, and breweries will only be open for take-out and delivery. Other attractions, such as zoos and gardens, will be closed.

Leisure travel is strongly discouraged at this time, and any visit should be planned with caution and respect for our communities.

Learn more about staying safe and supporting the Willamette Valley during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Willamette Valley Wildfire Updates and Resources

Oct. 21, 2020: Oregon Route 224 is closed in the Mt. Hood National Forest, and travelers should expect delays on Highway 126 and Highway 22 as crews work to clear the roadways.

Get additional wildfire-related updates on road closures and travel alerts as fire crews suppress and clean up wildfires in the West Cascades.

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