HELPING THE COMMUNITY

With statewide bans on eating in restaurants and fast food restaurants, it became difficult to know who is open, what their temporary hours are, what their menu is, how to order, and more. As such, we decided to create this resource for the community to use to help them identify where they can go to get food. With input from the community, we expanded the site to include food banks, food trucks, grocery stores, utilities, and more.

This site is still being worked on, but we didn't want to let perfect get in the way of getting this important service live. Please contact us if you run into any issues.
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LATEST UPDATES

Oregon is under a stay at home order. This means unless you are going to/from work, picking up food or going to the grocery store, going out to help a family member of friend, getting a prescription, or another such necessary activity, it is highly recommended that you stay home. Those who disobey the order can be charged with a misdemeanor.
Currently, K-12 schools will be closed until at least April 28th. This date may be extended depending on information the governor receives from public health experts. It's possible school will not resume this school year. No information has been shared regarding extending the school year, graduation, etc.
All restaurants and bars are closed for eat-in. You can still order for take-out or delivery. Some businesses use a third-party service to handle their ordering and delivery, while others are doing the delivery themselves. More information is available on each business' page on this site.

Welcome!

With all of the restaurants, fast food locations, etc closed to eating in, we've created this resource to help keep track of who is open, what their hours are, their menu during this time, etc. Business owners are encouraged to contact us to get a login so they can keep their own page(s) updated. We'll need some sort of proof of your connection to the business so that we aren't giving just anyone access.

We'll also be including other information, such as about utilities, grocery stores, and more.