Yamhill County’s request to move to phase one reopening was approved by the Governor’s Office. Phase one will begin May 15th. The County is required to be in phase one for a minimum of 21 days before a request to move to phase two is made. Details of phase two are still under development.

This is good news for the business community and Public Health is happy to be part of conversations to provide guidance, recommendations and problem solve as they reopen under the phase one guidelines.

As phase one begins, Public Health urges residents and businesses to continue their vigilance to keep Yamhill County safe. Please review the guidance for phase one that includes guidelines for individuals, general business and sector specific requirements.

Public Health will be reviewing data daily to monitor changes in our current status and will provide further guidance as necessary.

If sector specific links do not work it is likely an issue with having different computer software. All guidance can be found on OHA’s website at https://govstatus.egov.com/OR-OHA-COVID-19

Guidance for:

  • Individuals and public
  • Face covering for the public
  • Outdoor recreation
  • General Employers
  • Retail
  • Childcare
  • Personal Services
  • Restaurants
  • Shopping centers and malls


Lindsey Manfrin, DNP, RN

Health and Human Services Director

Public Health Administrator

Yamhill County Health and Human Services|638 NE Davis StMcMinnville, OR 97128

Phone: 503-434-7525|Cell: 971-237-2412|Ext. 4719

Fax: 503-474-4907|manfrinl@co.yamhill.or.us

Yamhill County Crisis Line (1-844-842-8200)