Novel Coronavirus COVID-19

Coronavirus Updates

Información acerca de COVID-19 en español

Visiting City Buildings

The city will continue providing a combination of remote, virtual and on-site city services to the public. Current operations support efforts to maintain employee health, as well as the safety of visitors. It is also intended to provide ongoing stability as fluctuations in COVID-19 cases and adjustments at the state, county and local levels continue.

At this time Face Coverings are required for visitors to any city facilities.

Effective Sep. 17, 2021, Beaverton public officials and city employees will be required, as part of an enhanced mask policy, to wear one of the following:

  • A city-provided KN95 respirator with a filtration efficiency of 90 percent or greater
  • Double masks or cloth face coverings
  • A mask brace or fitter aimed at improving the fit and filtration efficiency of a mask or cloth face covering

The enhanced policy is not required for employees who provide proof of full vaccination status in recognition that vaccines remain highly effective against COVID-19, including the Delta variant. Fully-vaccinated employees may choose to voluntarily comply with the enhanced policy, and must comply with existing statewide mandates.

City Resources and Services

Most city services are available by phone and online. Translation and interpretation services are available in accessing any city service.

Housing Resources

Business Resources

Community Resources

COVID 19 Funeral Assistance

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought grief to every corner of our nation, taking the lives of over 700,000 people. FEMA is committed to reducing the financial burden of these deaths and is providing individuals who incurred COVID-19-related funeral expenses with funding for eligible costs. Since FEMA began the program, over one billion dollars in assistance has already been distributed.

FEMA is providing financial assistance for COVID-19-related funeral expenses incurred on or after January 20, 2020. Like other federal assistance, these funds cannot be used in duplication of other programs. See FEMA COVID-19 Funeral Assistance for guidance and eligibility requirements and types of services funded. Instructions on how to apply for this assistance through FEMA's dedicated helpline at 1-844-684-6333 can also be found on the website.

Helpline representatives are trained to provide personal application support and answer any questions regarding program eligibility. Since this program is not administered by United Way Worldwide or the EFSP National Board, all questions should be referred to the FEMA.

City Services & Updates

Meetings, Events and Reservations

City Declaration of State of Emergency

On March 13, 2020 a state of emergency for Beaverton was declared, a precautionary measure to ensure that the city has the resources it needs to respond to this illness and lend support. The latest Emergency Declaration has been extended through February 4, 2022.

Community Commitment

In times of increased uncertainty, fear can sometimes overtake facts. Hate speech and discrimination have no place in Beaverton. Diversity, equity, inclusion and welcoming are core to who Beaverton is and aspires to be. Please join us in continuing to uphold our commitment to treating every individual in our community with respect, kindness and humanity.

Governor's Executive Orders

  • No. 21-15: Rescinding all Remaining Covid-19 Restrictions; Continuing State Efforts to Support Ongoing Covid-19 Vaccination, Response, and Recovery Efforts
  • No. 21-14: Extending House Bill 2009's Mortgage Foreclosure Moratorium until September 30, 2021
  • No. 20-25: Gov. Kate Brown issued Executive Order 20-25 to maintain essential health directives in response to COVID-19, and implement a phased approach for re-opening Oregon’s economy.


Visitors are required to wear an approved face covering or mask to enter any city facility, except in the following situations:

  • A visitor is under the age of 5 years old; or
  • Other types of respiratory protection are required (ex. PPE); or
  • When eating or drinking and a six-foot distance from others can be maintained; or
  • Working inside a private individual workspace with the door closed; or
  • It is necessary to briefly remove the mask or face covering because the wearer’s identity needs to be confirmed by visual comparison, such as if interacting with law enforcement.

Please note that city staff will follow city procedures in making accommodations for any visitor who is unable to wear a face covering or mask on account of disability or religious beliefs.  Accommodations may include arranging for a simple pick-up or drop-off, providing services by phone, or some other accommodation. Any visitor who is unable to wear a face covering or mask must contact the city staff person, department or tenant whom they plan on visiting in advance so that alternative arrangements can be made. For City services, if the person or department is unknown, they can call the main city line (503-526-2222). Any visitor who enters a city facility without wearing a face covering or mask, and without making alternative accommodations in advance, will be asked to leave and contact the person, department or tenant to arrange such alternative accommodations.

In an effort to increase the response to COVID-19 and support statewide efforts aimed at mitigating surges in the coronavirus, the city adopted an enhanced mask policy that goes into effect Sep. 17. The policy requires all Beaverton public officials and city employees to wear a KN95 respirator (with a filtration efficiency of 90 percent or greater), double masks or cloth face coverings, and/or a mask brace or fitter to improve face covering use. The policy is not required for vaccinated employees.


For fact sheets and additional COVID-19 related information, visit these local and national partners:

For the most current information, please call 211, or visit the Oregon Health Authority website.