Jackson County Health and Human Services declared we are in a “phase of rapid community
spread of COVID-19.” The virus is now found throughout the county and its spread is not related to travel. Our job is to slow the rate of infection to preserve our healthcare capacity by staying home
Please support one another to allow the most vulnerable to avoid exposure by staying home. The City has partnered with Adopt a Neighbor Ashland to promote connections.
- Could you use some help with shopping and errands? Please sign up at AdoptNeighbor.org. If you do not have internet access, call 541.552.2500.
- Can you help your neighbors with shopping and errands? Please sign up at AdoptNeighbor.org. (You must have internet access to volunteer in this program.)
If you’re already helping or just starting, it’s CRITICAL you protect yourself and your neighbors. Jackson County Health & Human Services has released this guidance
on how to be neighborly while reducing the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Thank you for all you’re doing to support our community! There are still plenty of local open businesses that can deliver food and supplies. Please support them.
If you are not an Ashland resident please see RogueValley.Recovers.org
for ways to GET help or GIVE help.
For the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 visit ashland.or.us/CoronaVirus
. For information on the City of Ashland visit ashland.or.us
, and for Ashland Parks and Recreation visit AshlandParksandRec.org
and follow @AshlandParksandRec on Facebook
, use the hashtags #AdoptNeighborAshland #CityofAshland #CityofAshlandOregon #StayHomeSaveLives #InThisTogether #OregonHealthAuthority #CDC #PublicHealth #COVID19 #CoronavirusDisease #AshlandParksandRec #APRC #AshlandWhatToDo #APRCstayConnected.