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Executive Order No. 20-66, ORS 433.441, ORS 433.443, ORS 431A.010
To the extent this guidance requires compliance with certain provisions, it is enforceable as specified in Executive Order 20-66.
"Maximum Occupancy” means the maximum occupancy permitted by law, or if the maximum occupancy is unknown the capacity equivalent to 86 square feet of space per person.
Protection from eviction is not automatic! To be protected from eviction for nonpayment after December 31, 2020, renters must fill out and sign
a sworn declaration of financial hardship and give it to their landlords in order to be protected from
eviction. Under the new moratorium, once a renter gives a signed declaration to their landlord, the landlord is
not allowed to move forward with an eviction for nonpayment until after the moratorium ends.
12/03/2020 State of Oregon - New Coronavirus Website
State of Oregon – Governor Kate Brown
Health Updates – Oregon Health Authority
Student and Family Resources – Oregon Department of Education
Child Care Resources for Providers and Families – Oregon Early Learning Division
Business Layoffs, Closures and Unemployment Information – Oregon Employment Department
Business Resources and Information – Business Oregon
Oregon’s Small Business Resource Navigator – Business Oregon
Small Business Guidance and Loan Resources – US Small Business Administration (SBA)
Tourism Industry Resources and Updates – Travel Oregon
Restaurant and Lodging Industry Resources – Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association
FREE PPE For Small Businesses and Daycares - Supply Connector
You are required to wear a face covering when riding Yamhill County Transit. “Face covering” means a cloth, a polypropylene, paper or other face covering that covers the nose and the mouth and that rests snugly above the nose, below the mouth, and on the sides of the face. As of 10/19/20 face shields are not recommended as a substitute for face coverings except in very limited situations.
In order to help with social distancing, some bus seats have been blocked off.
These signs are arranged to give riders a safe amount of space from each other and the operator.
Rentals at the Palmer Creek Lodge Community Events Center are temporarily suspended. All events scheduled are cancelled until further notice.
The Oregon Health Authority is requiring venue operators to:
• Thoroughly clean all areas of gathering space prior to reopening after extended closure.
• Thoroughly clean the gathering space between events according to the cleaning and
• Use disinfectants that are included on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
approved list for the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 virus. No product will be labeled for
COVID-19 yet, but many products will have a label or information available on their
websites about their effectiveness for human coronavirus.
• Assign a sanitation attendant or attendants to frequently clean and disinfect work areas,
high-traffic areas, and commonly touched surfaces in areas accessed by workers and
• Assign a sanitation attendant or attendants to clean restrooms hourly during the event,
and ensure adequate sanitary supplies (e.g., soap, toilet paper, 60-95% alcohol-content
hand sanitizer) during all events.
The City of Dayton is not able to meet all of these requirements at this time, so the Palmer Creek Lodge will remain closed for events until further notice. To read the Phase II Guidelines for Venues and Events, please click here.
Oregon State Parks has a new tool for Oregonians on how and where to recreate outdoors as some areas reopen. Some state parks are now open for limited day-use, while all overnight camping remains closed. View the status of parks and recreation facilities here.
The playgrounds at Andrew Smith and Courthouse Square Parks and bathrooms at Courthouse Square Park will reopen Tuesday, June 9th. The picnic tables have been moved around the Courthouse Square Park to allow for social distancing - please do not move them. Thank you.
To read the Phase II Guidelines for Outdoor Recreation, please click here.
City Hall will remain closed while Yamhill County is classified as "Extreme" in the classifications listed on the Governor's website here. Building permits are available by appointment during our closure.
Water bills may be paid via mail, online via PSN or your bank/credit union bill pay service, through the drop box located next to our front door, and over the phone via credit card by calling City Hall at 503-864-2221.
Extension of Local State of Emergency, April 13, 2020
Declaring a Local State of Emergency, March 13, 2020
Dayton has a food bank located at the Dayton Baptist Church, 300 Flower Lane. They are open to distribute food boxes on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month from 4pm-6pm.
For more information, please visit: https://www.facebook.com/daytonoregonfoodpantry/
Did you know that Dayton has a free store full of clothing for entire family?
The Clothes Closet is open by appointment only - Monday, Wednesday or Friday. It is located at the Dayton Baptist Church 300 Flower Lane.
Please call Nadine Sampson (503) 522-1133 for your appointment.
Water service shutoffs and late payment fees are suspended until further notice.
Payments can be made by dropping them in the slot next to the front door of City Hall, through the mail, or via Payment Services Network. For more information, click here.
The City of Dayton will provide inclusive, responsive, efficient, and ethical municipal government services to facilitate the health, safety, and livability of our community.
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