Welcome to the Regulator's Website
The information on this page is designed for and intended for use by county partners who have specialized training and are Registered Environmental Health Specialists.
Some of the documents on this site now require a password to access. It is the same password you have used to access the Regulator's Page historically.
Guidance on Governor Brown's Phased Reopening
Reopening Guidance Tool
A helpful table to determine what is allowed in each phase of guidance.
Food Service COVID-19 Guidance
Pool and Spa COVID-19 Guidance
Tourist Facilities COVID-19 Guidance
Recreational park facilities have not been closed at any point by Governor's Orders.
Hotel/motel facilities have not been closed at any point by Governor's Orders.
Enforcement of Executive Orders
We expect that we will achieve voluntary compliance with the Executive Orders, but the rules are in place in unlikely event that enforcement is necessary. The implementation protocols describe how to use the warning letters for facilities that refuse to comply with executive orders around COVID-19. These letters are also available in English and Spanish in HealthSpace with the ability to create and attach them directly to the facility record.
Warning Letters for Licensed Facilities
Warning Letters for Unlicensed Facilities
New Rules - Enforcement of Executive Orders
The Oregon Health Authority (Authority), Public Health Division, has adopted OAR 333-003-1000 thru 333-003-3040 to implement the Governor's Executive Orders issued as a result of a declaration of an emergency due to the public health threat posed by coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The Executive Orders include prohibitions on onsite consumption of food or drink unless the establishment operates in a county approved for Phase I, II, or III reopening and complies with Authority guidance. These rules provide the Authority with the ability to issue civil penalties and enforce the provisions of any Executive Order designated as a public health law, as long as the Executive Order is in effect. Please note that the requirements of these rules will expire when the Governor has terminated the Executive Order underlying the prohibition or requirement.
Pool and Tourist Program Regulators
Food Safety Regulators
Restaurant Q and A Licensing Q and A only Mobile Unit Q and A
All new or amended questions have an asterisk (*).