The City of Manzanita is committed to the safety and well-being of our employees, residents and visitors.

Below are the decisions made by the City of Manzanita to limit exposure to and spread of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus).

  • March 12, 2020 – Cancelled all public meetings
  • March 16, 2020 – Closed City Hall and Visitors Center
  • March 18, 2020 – Signed declaration of state of emergency
  • March 19, 2020 – Closed City Park and Public Works office
  • March 22, 2020 – Signed resolution closing hotels and prohibiting short-term rentals. Closed all public facilities.

The decisions above aim to protect the health of our community as well as our work force, so we can continue to provide essential City services to our residents.

Second homeowners, the signed resolution does not apply to you.
However, we encourage you to follow the state’s “Stay at home, stay healthy” policy and
please stay in your primary residence.

Here is a list of Manzanita Restaurants providing take out food and information on other services.

Information on Mask Requirements

Below is an update of what is happening in our surrounding areas:

Tillamook County:

Declared a state of emergency and has signed a resolution cancelling all short-term rentals.

Oregon State Parks:

Oregon State Parks:
Are completely closed as of
March 23, 2020.

North County Recreation District:

All classes cancelled.

City of Nehalem:

City Hall is now closed.

City of Wheeler:

City Hall now closed.

COVID-19: Disease Information

The  Covid-19 Coronavirus causes mild to severe illness in the lungs.

  • Symptoms: People who are ill with the virus may have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing.
  • Incubation: We do not know how long it takes for signs of illness to show up after someone is exposed to COVID-19. With other coronaviruses, signs of illness usually show up 2–14 days after a person is exposed to the virus.
  • Level of Risk: The level of risk to the general population is low. Early information suggests that older adults and people with underlying health conditions may have a higher risk of severe illness and complications.
  • Transmission: We are still learning about how this new coronavirus spreads. Other coronaviruses spread from animals or through droplets from the coughs and sneezes of people who have the illness.
  • Prevention: The best way to protect yourself is to avoid exposure to the virus. Consult CDC’s travel website for any travel advisories and steps to protect yourself if you plan to travel outside of the US.
  • When to Seek Treatment: Always contact your healthcare provider before going to the Emergency Department.  Oregon Health Authority has a video describing what steps to take.


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