Guidelines in place for city facilities during Phase II

On Thursday, June 4, the governor’s office and Oregon Health Authority (OHA) authorized Linn County to transition into Phase II for the reopening of Oregon.

Some City of Lebanon municipal facilities will transition into Phase II operations beginning Monday, June 8.

City Parks:

  • The skatepark will be open for use beginning Monday, June 8.
  • Park reservations will resume, with modified guidelines for use based on direction from the State.
  • In compliance with OHA and the governor’s office, some park facilities will continue to be closed including playground equipment and sports courts affiliated with any contact sport (e.g., basketball courts, soccer and football fields, etc.).


  • The Lebanon Public Library will be open to the public on a modified schedule beginning Monday, June 15. Visit the city’s website and library Facebook page for information on hours and modifications to facility operations and services.

LINX Transit:

  • The LINX Dial-a-bus will continue service based on demand. The LINX Loop will not immediately resume, but plans are currently being evaluated for future operations. For information on LINX Dial-a-bus hours of service and how to request a ride, please visit the city’s website.

Senior Center:

  • The Senior Center is continuing to monitor the situation and develop plans for a slow reopening. Additional information regarding the facility and operations will be posted on the city’s website and the Senior Center’s Facebook page when information is available.

City Hall:

  • The community development center counter will reopen for limited counter hours including Tuesday through Thursday from 8 to 10 a.m. The remaining operating hours are available for meetings and in-person communication by appointment only.
  • The utility billing counter will continue to be available by appointment only.

The City continues to focus on providing service to the community, while making efforts to protect the health of the citizens and staff as we continue through the pandemic. As facilities begin to reopen, be aware that additional safeguards have been put in place, and operations may look a bit different.

For businesses transitioning into Phase II operations, the governor’s office and OHA have developed guidance documents for certain business sectors. Please visit the governor’s website at https://govstatus.egov.com/or-covid-19 for additional information. Contact the Lebanon Chamber of Commerce and the City of Lebanon for assistance.

The City of Lebanon’s website will post updates as they occur for any changes or expansion in operations and services.

For more information on COVID-19 in Oregon, visit the OHA website.