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Emergency Meal Information
If you or someone you know has a child that may struggle with food security during school closures, please follow the link for Reynolds School District emergency meal information: Reynolds School District Emergency Meals
Food Delivery Fee Cap
To help struggling Fairview restaurants, who are increasingly reliant on takeout and delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic, the City enacted a temporary 10% cap on fees charged to restaurants by third-party food delivery platforms. Delivery platforms may not reduce the compensation or gratuities of drivers as a result of the fee cap.
The fee cap is in effect for the duration of the state-ordered state of emergency, and terminating at 12:01am on the first day of the first month following the end of the State of Emergency.
During these difficult times the Fairview City Council would like to remind customers to patronize local restaurants, which are increasingly reliant on takeout and delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic. View a full list of Fairview Restaurants (PDF).
Read the full temporary order: Ordinance 7-2020: Exhibit A (PDF)
Report a Violation
If your business is charged a fee more than 10% of the purchase price of any order by any food delivery service after November 17, report the violation to Associate Planner/Code Compliance Officer Carolanne Fry at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-674-6205.
Provide this information:
- Business name
- Food delivery service name
- Date and amount of violation
- Documentation (receipt or screenshot) of the violation
Multnomah County - Extreme Risk Category
Multnomah County was placed in the Extreme Risk category on December 3, based on the Governor’s health and safety framework. County risk levels are reassigned every two weeks and Multnomah County’s risk level was last assessed January 4. Many restrictions remain in place:
- Face coverings are required in Oregon for everyone 5 years of age or older in indoor public spaces.
- Face coverings are also required outdoors when you cannot keep 6 feet apart from others.
Learn more at https://govstatus.egov.com/or-covid-19.
Choirs, Singing and Playing Musical Instruments
Multnomah County compiled guidance for choirs, signing, and playing musical instruments
Local State of Emergency Extended Through April 8, 2021
COVID-19 Testing Available - East County Health Center - Information Flyers (PDF)
S.T.O.P. COVID-19 Fraud
Check on the Status of Your Economic Impact Payment
Get My Payment https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/get-my-payment
FBI Urges Vigilance During COVID-19 Pandemic
Stimulus Bill - CARES Act Summaries & FAQ’s
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