Post Update May 25, 2020
(Note: This post is updated as information is received, and may not reflect the latest data.)
Thank you for your interest in visiting and doing business in the Bandon area!
The Bandon Chamber of Commerce is working with public authorities and the City of Bandon to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Visitors and residents are advised to follow public health guidelines for social distance, indoors and out. By limiting travel and social activity, we hope you will stay safe and healthy.
We will share updates as the health situation develops. While our Visitors Center is closed, our chamber staff and volunteers continue to work remotely. So, feel free to reach out, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. Visit our Contact Page for contact options.
Lodging establishments (hotels, motels, inns, vacations rentals, B & B’s and non-residential RV parks) in Bandon are open for business as of May 12, 2020.
Many Bandon area dining establishments are now open for both dine-in and take-out. Please call restaurants directly or visit their website for Open, Take-Out, and Dine-In hours and options.
RETAIL AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
Retail businesses providing essential goods and services, such as grocery stores and banks, are open. Service and business hours may be limited. And, customers are reminded to maintain healthy social distance when visiting retail shops.
Many professional service providers are working remotely or have limited in-person meetings. Call ahead to discuss your needs and appointment options.
EVENTS AND OUTDOOR RECREATION
Meeting and event venues are closed to the public, including many outdoor recreation sites at parks and wildlife refuges. Refer to posted signs for parking and access at beaches or other outdoor locations, and follow public health guidelines for maintaining social distance. Oregon State Parks has begun to open day-use areas, please check their website as their information changes daily.
The City of Bandon has closed the Sprague Community Theater and Bandon Community Center— except for nutrition services. Visit BandonEvents.org for information about adjusted services for Senior Meals, Meals on Wheels, and Good Neighbors Food Bank.
If you are experiencing a health emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. For non-emergency health concerns, contact your primary care provider.
Southern Coos Hospital and Health Center has a dedicated COVID-19 hotline. Community members are encouraged to call if they have questions about Coronavirus or if they are sick and unsure about seeking testing. Call the hotline at 541-329-1032.
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Featured sandpiper image courtesy of Oregon Coast Visitors Association.