WA State has approved Pacific County’s application for early move into Phase 2 of the State Reopening Plan, effective May 23, 2020.
Businesses allowed to open during this phase should double check that they are in compliance with reopening guidelines and understand any density restrictions they may have to meet. This link will take you to the WA State Reopening Guidelines for reference.
This link takes you to the County Phased Reopening Plan which includes the important HOSPITALITY LODGING SAFETY CHECK/LIST
As we all move into this new phase, please be mindful of the following…
Use Hand Sanitizer
Wear Masks to Protect Others
Additional Cleaning Routines in Establishments
~ ~ ~
All essential practices that will help achieve success against possible resurgence of the virus
as we welcome people back to the beach.
We are as disappointed as you about the cancellation of so many well loved and eagerly anticipated events in our county. Our goal is to keep this changing information as current as possible on our website and our Facebook page.
For now, please stay healthy and continue to carry the hope in your hearts that we will see better days soon.
The 39th NW Garlic Festival has been moved to Sept 5 & 6, 2020. The Old Fashioned 4th of July Parade & Art in the Park have been cancelled.
Our Membership Directory reflects hours of operation during “normal” times. To find out current information during the reopening phases, go to the directory, click on the member and follow the link(s) to their individual websites or Facebook pages.
Local Restaurants Offering Take-Out/To Go ~ Food
Please note, with the county in Phase 2, several of these restaurants may have expanded hours and dining options 🙂
Follow links for most current open hours and menus
Adelaide’s Coffee House/Tapestry Rose Yarn
Anita’s Coastal Cafe
Great Day Cafe
Willabay Oysterville Sea Farms
Okie’s Thriftway Market ~ Deli
Jack’s Country Store ~ Hot Case
Tu Tu’s Lunch Wagon
Kiss of the Mist
Crown Alley Irish Pub
Streetside Pizza Ocean Park
Governor’s Office Halts Clam Dates of May 21, 26 & 28