The most up-to-date information on COVID-19 in our area is available here:
- Call 2-1-1 from a mobile phone, 503-222-5555 from a land line, or email email@example.com for general information.
- Multnomah County Health Department
- Clackamas County Health Department
- Washington County Health Department
- OHA Emerging Respiratory Disease page
- CDC COVID-19 page
- CDC travel notice
- WHO page
- Portland Public Schools (PPS) updates
- David Douglas School District updates
- Portland Community College (PCC) updates
- Accessing food
Starting June 24, people in Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington, Marion, Polk, Hood River and Lincoln counties must cover their faces when in stores or other indoor public spaces to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced Wednesday. More info here.
Summer meals for children in the community
The PPS Nutrition Services department will be extending meal services into the summer, June 11th through August 21st at all locations except Rigler and Harrison Park due to extensive construction projects (for the full list of locations, click here). Breakfast and lunch will be provided to any PPS student and any children in the community ages 1-18, Monday through Thursday. Meals for Friday, Saturday and Sunday are provided on Thursdays. Children do not need to be present to pickup the meals. Nearby Lents locations:
- Harrison Park School – 2225 SE 87th Ave
- Lent School – 5105 SE 97th Ave
- Woodmere Elementary – 7900 SE Duke St
- Madison at Marshall – 3905 SE 91st Ave
For more information about access to food for families, please call 211 or visit oregonfoodfinder.org.
For the latest COVID-19 updates from the Governor, click here.
COVID-19 updates from Mayor Wheeler can be found here.
The City of Portland is coordinating with Multnomah County, regional and state partners to prepare for local impacts of coronavirus.
Multnomah County is the city’s primary resource for public health information. Get public health information and guidance, resources, and updates regarding COVID-19 from the County.
The City of Portland is responsible for more localized response to COVID-19 through things including first response, economic relief, housing, utilities, and more. Check back to this page for updates.
If you have a question or need information about City services or programs, please call the City/County Information & Referral line at 503-823-4000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Staff are available to help Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
C19oregon.com is a regional online triage tool that helps public health officials track COVID-19 cases. The tool allows community members to check their symptoms and receive guidance.
Services and Information
During the State of Emergency, water service will not be disconnected for non-payment of sewer/stormwater/water bills.
Coronavirus map: Track new cases in Oregon and U.S.
As new cases of coronavirus are being reported throughout Oregon, across the country and around the world, The Oregonian/OregonLive has built a comprehensive tool to track the illness as it spreads both in the state and in the U.S.
The tool, which is updated in near real-time, tracks the number of confirmed cases as they are reported in Oregon and nationwide. The underlying data comes from state and federal health authorities, as well as private initiatives that track the spread of the disease.