Updated Pandemic Protocols

The co-op has been a leader in implementing and maintaining safety protocols during the two-year pandemic. The staff and our customers have steadfastly followed the guidelines from local, state, and federal health agencies. It has been our intent to continue to follow these recommendations throughou

Indoor seating area closed

Due to the high case numbers in our area we want to limit the activities that may result in masks being removed inside the co-op to protect our staff and shoppers and reduce any business interruption from the highly contagious delta variant. We’ll be watching case counts and will respond accordingly

Masks required

Face masks are required in the store for all people older than five, per state mandate. This announcement came Aug. 11 from the governor to help preserve capacity of hospital beds in the state as coronavirus cases rise. We’ll be paying close attention to the news and following all public healt

Masks Advised

Public health officials are recommending that people once again mask up. We added new signs around the store informing shoppers of Oregon Health Authorities’ latest advisement. In response to an increase in Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations, OHA is recommending universal masking for public i

Salad Bar & Indoor Dining Re-opening

We’re looking forward to re-opening our popular salad bar and deli seating area, which was closed due to pandemic restrictions. The salad bar and hot soups will be available daily for lunch and dinner starting next week. The hot foods bar (on the other side of the salad bar) will be open for l

Masks Encouraged, Not Required

The co-op strongly encourages masks but is lifting the requirement in accordance with the governor’s executive order. We realize this will come as good news to many, and some may find it uncomfortable. There are community members who cannot receive the vaccine due to weakened immune systems, age, or

Masks Required

Update: The co-op does not intend to verify vaccination status at this time and will continue requiring masks for everyone over two years of age. We appreciate your continued cooperation wearing a face covering over your nose and mouth and keeping six-feet of distance between shoppers and staff. The

Curbside Changes

Beginning March 22, Co+op Curbside will be available weekdays only Monday–Friday with pickup times throughout the day. Your co-op continues to adapt, providing the community with groceries in a pandemic. A good sign that the situation is improving could be decreased demand for curbside pickup. Co+op

Bags are back!

Did you know it’s OK to shop with reusable bags? Earlier in the pandemic, we banned them, but having learned the risk of exposure is low, we feel OK about bringing ’em back. Demand for single-use bags has skyrocketed and mills country-wide are having trouble keeping up. Paper bag supply

Fall 2020 Update

We continue to maintain our safety protocols here at the co-op. As we head into winter these safety measures will be even more important. Mask-wearing is top priority, and we consistently remind shoppers who are wearing their masks below their noses to ensure they cover both their nose and mouth. If