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EOC Resource Request


The Clackamas County EOC Logistics team is working with local jurisdictions and health providers fill resource needs in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Before any requests are submitted to Logistics, you must attempt to order supplies through normal suppliers. Only submit requests to Logistics for those specific, critical items you are not able to source yourself.

Following CDC guidelines for Personal Protective Equipment, we are attempting to obtain the supplies listed below to be distributed to healthcare workers providing critical care services in Clackamas county. To ensure adequate PPE supplies are available during the global supply chain shortages, the following equipment will be sought and distributed in accordance with the Oregon Health Authority’s priority matrix for confirmed/suspected COVID-19 cases and then medically fragile patients.

Personal protective equipment being prioritized:

  • N95 masks
  • Goggles/face shields,
  • Gowns/ Tyvek suits

Cleaning supplies, disinfectant wipes, hand sanitizer, and other similar supplies will generally not be available through Clackamas County EOC. It is recommended that healthcare facilities continue to work through their normal vendors to obtain these supplies.


For all resource requests, you must provide your current inventory of requested items. If resources are not in the County’s inventory and Logistics is able to fulfill your order with a supplier, your entity will be responsible for reimbursement to the County.

Most of the suppliers are out of stock of key items needed in response to the event. Orders are being prioritized and fulfilled as quickly as possible.

Please contact Logistics at 503-650-3373 or

Resource Requests Forms

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Office Hours:

Clackamas County Call Center
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Clackamas County Crisis and Support Line

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