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We are here and we are working for you
As members of the community, Clackamas County Commissioners and employees are staying home, social distancing and washing our hands. At the same time, we want to assure you we know that people and businesses depend on our services and programs, and we are working to make sure we continue to meet those essential needs.
First and foremost, we want to emphasize the importance of everyone continuing to protect the health of our community by following the public health guidelines by staying home but staying connected.
Our buildings may be closed, but we’re still working for you with online resources, video conferencing and other remote services to meet essential community needs.
If you have specific needs, please contact the appropriate county department. If you have more general comments or concerns, let us know what you need from us by sending us an email. We look forward to hearing from you.
Stay home, be well and stay connected. Together we are flattening the curve.
To protect yourself, your family and your coworkers
Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
Cover your mouth with a tissue, sleeve, or elbow — not hands — when you cough or sneeze.
Stay home if you’re sick.
Keep your immune system strong by eating a healthy diet, getting enough sleep, regular exercise, and taking care of underlying health conditions.
Increase the physical space between yourself and the people around you in public to about 6 feet.
Wear a face mask when you're in public and it's difficult to maintain social distancing.
Call the following resources or send us an email.
For health-related questions about COVID-19.
7 days a week, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Provides 24/7, free, and confidential support.
Provides 24/7, free, and confidential support. Military veterans may press ‘1’ for specialized care.
Anyone seeking county services like permitting, marriage licenses, passports, etc.
For business owners who have questions about economic disaster injury help and other support.
Anyone in Clackamas County struggling to meet their basic needs.
If you are having a mental health crisis or suicidal thoughts, the Clackamas County Support and Crisis Line is available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week.
County employees who are wondering if they should report to work.