Effective Saturday, March 12, 2022

Oregon, California, and Washington will be adopting new indoor mask policies soon. After Friday, March 11 at midnight, masks will no longer be required in most public indoor settings and schools on the west coast. This is possible because of declining COVID hospitalizations across the West.

There are some exceptions, and masks will still be required in health care settings and on public transportation. State officials highly recommend that people in high-risk groups continue to wear masks in indoor public settings even after the restrictions are lifted. They include people who are at higher risk because they are immunocompromised; have underlying health conditions that put them at higher risk of complications; are 65 or older; or who live with someone in one of those categories.

At the Ranch, face coverings will be optional for employees, owners and guests in indoor settings.

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We want to thank everyone for your support and understanding as all of our departments are proactively executing OSHA safety measures to ensure that the Ranch is a safe place for our employees, owners, and guests.  The Ranch continues to be a great (and safe) escape for social distancing and exploring the great outdoors.