COVID-19 Coronavirus Information from the City of King City
Post Date: 12/29/2021 8:37 AM
Face coverings are required inside all city buildings, regardless of vaccination status.
Below are the current operating hours for in-person services. Many of our services are also available virtually.
Municipal Court - Counter: Open
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, from 8 AM to 5 PM (in person or by phone.)
Courts dates: Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month starting at 9:30 AM.
Permit Counter: Open
Application Can be emailed, faxed, dropped off Monday through Friday, from 8 AM to 5 PM
Police Counter: Open
Monday through Friday, from 8 AM to 5 PM (in person or by phone.)
Non-emergency dispatch: 503-629-0111
Emergency Call 911
Public Works Office: Open
Monday through Friday, from 8 AM to 5 PM (in person or by phone.)
City Council Meetings & Public Comment
- STATUS - City Council is meeting remotely via ZOOM.
- MODIFICATIONS - Meetings are virtual and public comments can be submitted online until noon on the day of the meeting.
- HOURS - Council generally meets on third Wednesdays each month. See the schedule here.
- FOR MORE INFORMATION - Council Agendas and packets | Council Info | Council Connections | Past Council Meetings
- HOW TO PROVIDE PUBLIC COMMENT
COVID-19 Vaccine Transportation Options
For those members enrolled in the Oregon Health Plan (OHP), either with a Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) or as a Fee for Service (often known as
“open card”) member, the transportation options include:
Non-Medical or non-Medicaid specific Transportation options
For individuals not enrolled in OHP, who still need transportation assistance, there are other options. These include:
Download the PDF here
Prepared and updated by Washington County Public Health,
Page last updated on12/27/2021
Where can I get a vaccine?
All of the major health systems are providing COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters. Other vaccination opportunities include:
Tektronix: This clinic organized by the Oregon Health Authority offers all three vaccines, including boost and pediatric doses. Located at 14200 SW Karl Braun Drive (inside Building 58) in Beaverton. Hours are Monday through Saturday from 12-7 p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Walk-in only, no appointments. The line often extends to the outside, so dress warmly and bring an umbrella. View campus map. CLINIC HOURS on 12/27 are 12-5 p.m.
Beaverton Resource Center: This clinic takes place on Fridays inside the Beaverton Resource Center, 13565 SW Walker Road. All three vaccines are available, including boosters, third doses and Pfizer vaccines for kids 5-11. Make an appointment at Project Access Now's website. NO CLINIC on December 31.
Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Centers: Vaccination events are open to the community and do not require you to be a Virginia Garcia patient. You do not have to have insurance to receive a vaccine. If you have insurance, bring your card with you. Please make an appointment.
NEW: Paisanos Plaza: This clinic operates every Sunday from 1-5 p.m. It is organized by Oregon Health Authority and Vive NW and offers all vaccines and boosters. It is located at 966 SE Oak Street in Hillsboro. No appointments, ID or health insurance required. Questions? Call the Vive NW hotline at 844-291-4970.
Washington County's Mobile Vaccine Team: The team is in the community five days a week providing vaccinations at schools, shelters and other locations. This schedule lists public clinics only.
- Vaccine Finder website
- Safeway and Albertsons
- Walgreens (or 1-800-WALGREENS)
- Rite Aid
- Fred Meyer
Get Vaccinated Oregon has a vaccine finder on their website.
Still have questions or need language assistance? Call our HelpLine at 1-833-907-3520.
For more information please go to the Washington County Health & Human Services Website.
With the uncertainty to the extent of Covid-19 exposure, we are following suggested guidelines to reduce exposure for you the citizen and staff. We appreciate everyone's ongoing support and adherence to suggested guidelines found on our King City website.
Face Coverings Required Statewide
- Face coverings are required for ages 5 and up for all indoor public spaces, for outdoor spaces when physical distancing is not possible, and when exercising indoors.
- People with a disability or a medical condition may request an accommodation if they cannot wear a mask, face shield, or face covering.
- Visit the State of Oregon COVID-19 Mask Requirements webpage for more details.
What about schools?Go to the Washington County Schools and Day Care Page.
View the current guidance for limited in-person instruction during comprehensive distance learning.
ODE has developed several FAQs that cover physical distancing, transportation, hygiene, instructional models, and more.
Supporting Our Community
The City of King City recognizes the unique and diverse needs of our community members during the COVID-19 crisis.
Find information and resources for health care and food access, reporting hate crimes and discrimination, domestic violence crisis support, mental health care, eviction protections, and more on our updated COVID-19 Community Resources webpage.
A person’s ethnicity, language, or association with a country or region is not a risk factor for this virus. If you feel you have experienced or witnessed discrimination motivated by race, color, disability, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, or gender identity, contact the Oregon Department of Justice by filing a report online or by calling 1-844-924-2427.
Update from TriMet:
For the latest updates from TriMet, please visit their website https://trimet.org/health/
Updates from King City RideAbout (Community Connectors):
For the latest updates from King City RideAbout, please visit their website https://rideconnection.org/services/community-connectors
Real ID Act Enforcement: Extended to May 1, 2023
Oregonians will need a Real ID card or other federally approved forms of identification to board a flight or enter secure federal facilities after October 1, 2021. Standard licenses may still be used to vote, drive, and apply for state and federal benefits.
Real ID Act Information
- Visit the Department of Homeland Security website.
- Visit the Oregon Department of Transportation website for Frequently Asked Questions about Real IDs in Oregon.
The update's from the Governor's Office
To learn about Gov Brown's executive orders, statements, and directives go to the State of Oregon Newsroom.
Oregonians who are 65+ are in a higher-risk group and need to take increased precautions to avoid COVID-19. Find recommendations here for senior care providers as well.
- What are the recommendations for long-term care facilities?
- What are the recommendations for home care providers?
- What are the precautions recommended for seniors?
- How can I find which long-term care facilities are accepting new residents?
- How can I avoid coronavirus-related scams?
Oregon Senior Peer Outreach, a program of Community Counseling Solutions, has launched "Senior Connection," a free program to keep Washington County older adults connected while they stay at home. Certified peer support specialists trained to work with older adults make friendly calls to listen and provide support weekly or more often upon request. Call 1-833-736-4676 to sign-up for this free program.
Other Ways to Stay Informed
- Read OHA's answers to frequently asked questions.
- Ask general questions about coronavirus by dialing 2-1-1. You can call 7 days a week, from 8 am to 11 pm, for answers to your basic COVID-19 questions, or visit www.211info.org.
- Sign up online with the Oregon Health Authority.
- Receive coronavirus updates through e-mail or text message.
What to Do Right Now
- Stay home if you are sick
- Wash your hands for 20 seconds with soap and water
- Use hand sanitizer
- Take everyday precautions to keep space between yourself and others (3 feet)
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands
- Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue or with you sleeve
- Wash your hands and stay home when you're sick – worth repeating
- Avoid crowds as much as possible.
- Consult CDC's travel website for any travel advisories and steps to protect yourself if you plan to travel outside of the US.
Resources For Business
For information and resources for business, click here. This page provides information about resources for businesses affected by COVID-19. Learn more about resources for business.
Questions for Us
Have a question about COVID-19 for the City of King City? Visit our Questions and Answers webpage or email the City of King City and we'll respond as soon as possible.