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Updated May 7, 2021

Each Oregon County is assigned a Risk Level in response to how COVID-19 is spreading in our communities. Risk levels are updated every two weeks. Find the current risk category for Multnomah County on the Oregon Coronavirus website. See which activities are allowed on the State’s sector guidance based on county risk level. Many restrictions remain in place.

Most parks and trails are open where there’s enough space to recreate safely. However, some other closures have not ended yet.

Some playgrounds and ball courts remain open. Overnight camping (in season) is available in some state parks and on public lands.

Because some parks are still closed or have reduced services, you should check before heading out.

Oregon's Outdoor Face Covering Requirement

Face coverings are required outdoors when you cannot keep 6 feet from others. This includes trails, parks, picnic areas, boat launches, campgrounds and viewpoints, etc. How to use face coverings»

When You Go Out

If you are healthy, it is okay to be outdoors with members of your household, but it's important to keep a safe distance from anyone you don't live with. Remember to:

  • Bring and wear face coverings
  • Wash hands often and bring hand sanitizer
  • Stay local
  • Avoid crowded spaces and trails
  • Keep at least 6 feet away others not part of your household
  • Outdoor games with those you live with are okay

On Trails

  • Announce your presence to others and step aside to let others pass
  • Keep 6 feet from others. If that's not possible, go someplace else.
  • Be prepared for limited access to public restrooms and no operating water fountain

Check Closures

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