A Safe Practices Campaign – Help Keep Lincoln County Open

Face Covering Directive
Face coverings are required in any indoor public setting, and they are also required outdoors where a person will be within six feet of another individual who does not share the same household.

Please observe protective measures and travel guidelines. 

Returning Friends and New Visitors
We look forward to seeing you!

Poster - Together We Can Keep Lincoln County, Oregon, Open

Lincoln County is in phase one of a gradual reopening, and most lodging accommodations in Yachats reopened on June 1. During phase one, non-essential travel still is limited. The county has not yet applied for phase two.

Lincoln County has initiated a safe practices campaign for local residents and visitors together to follow to help keep Lincoln County open.

Currently, dine-in service and walk-in shopping are beginning to be available – but all businesses are challenged and operating differently. Many are continuing to offer take-out, online ordering/curbside pickup, delivery, and online shopping.

Please understand that business operations and experiences will now be different from those you’ve known and become accustomed to. Businesses are carefully implementing new CDC cleaning and service guidelines and are doing their very best to keep everyone safe. Protecting the health of their patrons, employees, and community is a top priority.

You can help by observing social distancing, wearing a mask in public, and regular handwashing. We appreciate your patience and understanding, as well as your participation in protecting yourself and others.

Together, we can keep Lincoln County open.

The magnificent ocean and unforgettable views are still here and will remain! Yachats businesses look forward to welcoming you and aim to provide the best experience possible through this time.

Please don’t forget your masks. 💙 Thank you for your consideration.