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Central Oregon remains at 'Extreme Risk'; Brown allows modified gym reopenings (centraloregondaily.com)

New COVID-19 regulations include:

  • Limiting restaurants and bars to take-out service only.
  • Closing gyms and other indoor recreational facilities, museums, and indoor entertainment like theaters.
  • Closing outdoor recreational facilities, zoos, gardens, and entertainment venues. City parks and playgrounds will remain open.
  • Requiring all businesses to mandate that employees work from home when possible, and to close offices to the public.
  • Limiting grocery and retail stores to 75% capacity and encouraging curbside pickup service.
  • Prohibiting visits at nursing homes and other long-term care facilities.
  • Limiting social get-togethers, whether indoors or out, to no more than six people from two households.
  • Limiting worship services to 25 people when indoors and 50 people when outdoors.

A full list of restrictions and details are available on Governor Brown’s COVID-19 website

Please monitor other media outlets and the Oregon Health Authority for updates as they become available.


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Coronavirus Info 2020

OHA has revised its guidance on face coverings include the following new provisions:

The guidance now requires that people wear face coverings in all private and public workplaces including classrooms, offices, meeting rooms, and workspaces unless someone is alone in an office or in a private workspace.

The revised guidance also requires that people wear face coverings in outdoor and indoor markets, street fairs, private career schools, and public and private colleges and universities.

Finally, the revised guidance also recommends wearing a face-covering instead of a face shield, except in limited situations when a face shield is appropriate such as when communicating with someone who is deaf or hearing impaired and needs to read lips.

As of October 28th, 31 people have tested positive forCovid-19 in the 97734 zip code area which covers 153.486 sq mi. For more information, the following link to the OHA website may be helpful: https://govstatus.egov.com/OR-OHA-COVID-19

The CDC’s current guidance is to wear “cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain.”  See below for instructions for making and wearing a cloth mask (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/diy-cloth-face-coverings.html).

We encourage you to wear a cloth face mask whenever you are in close proximity to other people in public (on or off of work). 

Cloth masks are currently being made and donated by community members!

Central Oregon Health Officials urge that there are a number of reasons to wear a cloth mask:

  • Droplets do transmit the disease, but they can be generated from talking as well as coughing. Just standing next to someone talking could spread the disease if neither party is masked.
  • DIY masks can possibly provide protection to the public without impacting the supply of manufactured masks currently prioritized for healthcare workers.
  • There is data that suggests that in countries where masking is encouraged for all citizens, the rate of disease transmission may be reduced by their actions.

CDC advises the use of simple cloth face coverings to slow the spread of the virus and help people who may have the virus and do not know it from transmitting it to others. Cloth face coverings fashioned from household items or made at home from common materials at low cost can be used as an additional, voluntary public health measure.

Cloth face coverings should not be placed on young children under age 2, anyone who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious, incapacitated, or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance.

The cloth face coverings recommended are not surgical masks or N-95 respirators. Those are critical supplies that must continue to be reserved for healthcare workers and other medical first responders, as recommended by current CDC guidance.

Should cloth face coverings be washed or otherwise cleaned regularly? How regularly?
Yes. They should be routinely washed depending on the frequency of use.

How does one safely sterilize/clean a cloth face covering?
A washing machine should suffice in properly washing a face covering. According to the California Department of Public Health, face cloths can be laundered with detergent and hot water and dried on a hot cycle.

How does one safely remove a used cloth face covering?
Individuals should be careful not to touch their eyes, nose, and mouth when removing their face covering and wash hands immediately after removing.


Written instructions:

Please continue to stay safe out there

Governor Brown Executive Order March 23, 2020

Following is a short summary of what it says and below that, you will find a link to the full order, a link to Oregon Health Authority, and a link to the CDC website.

Please follow the executive order, stay home, and when you do need to go out practice social distancing.

• All non-essential social and recreational gatherings of individuals are prohibited immediately, regardless of size, if a distance of at least six feet between individuals cannot be maintained. Gatherings of members of the same residential household are permitted.
• It closes and prohibits shopping at specific categories of retail businesses, for which close and fitness studios, skating rinks, theaters, and yoga studios.
• It requires businesses not closed by the order to implement social distancing policies in order to remain open, and requires workplaces to implement teleworking and work-at-home options when possible.
• It directs Oregonians to stay home whenever possible, while permitting activities outside the home when social distance is maintained.
• It closes playgrounds, sports courts, and skate parks, among other types of outdoor recreation facilities. Those that remain open are required to strictly adhere to social distancing guidelines.
• It outlines new guidelines for child care facilities, setting limits and rules on amounts of children allowed in care, and outlining that child care groups may not change participants.
• Failure to comply with the order will be considered an immediate danger to public health and subject to a Class C misdemeanor.




A recording of the Governor’s press conference from Monday, July 13, is available here.

A full transcript of the Governor’s remarks from Monday, July 13, is available here.

Updated face covering and indoor social get-together guidance will be posted to coronavirus.oregon.gov.

In 2018 The Culver City Council voted down a potential RV park in the city limits. The decision was unanimous. 

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Construction Information:

ODOT Highway 97 Construction Project May 2018

Location: US Hwy 97 | between Terrebonne and Madras

The U.S. 97: U.S. 26 Junction to NW 10th Street project is located along The Dalles-California Highway in Jefferson County. The purpose of this project is to repave 12 miles of U.S. 97 from Ford Lane just south of Madras (101.2) to NW 10th Street in Terrebonne (MP 113.6). U.S. 97 is a critical part of the State’s transportation system and is the main north-south transportation corridor through Central Oregon. This project aims to improve the overall safety and mobility for the freight industry and travelers on the east side of the Cascade Mountain Range.
Project components include:
  • Repaving of U.S. 97 between NW 10th Street two miles north of Terrebonne and Ford Lane four miles south of Madra​s.
  • Improvements to the Crooked River Gorge Bridge .
  • Add or replace durable striping, rumble strips, and recessed pavement markers.
  • Safety improvements of the intersection of U.S. 97 and the U.S. 26 Madras/Prineville Highway Junction.

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