COVID-19

Please see below for communication from Eagle Crest Resort regarding Coronavirus/COVID-19, as well as information from other agencies and helpful links.

3/24/2020

IMPORTANT INFORMATION RELEASE – This document provides important information regarding the impact Governor Brown’s Executive Order 20-12 has had on Eagle Crest Sports Centers, Golf, HOA Management, shuttle services and RECOA ARC.

Since the time the document was prepared, the Greenside Cafe’ at the Ridge Pro Shop has also closed until further notice. The golf pro shop will have limited pre-packaged snack items and non-alcoholic drinks available for sale.

3/23/2020

Executive Order 20-12 was released by Oregon Governor Kate Brown.

In order to comply with Governor Brown’s Executive Order, the following are now in effect until the executive order is lifted:

–Sports facilities, pools, outdoor sport courts, and playgrounds are all closed.

–The Eagle Crest Management Community Services office staff is now tele-working. While the physical Community Services office is not available to owners, rest assured that staff continues working diligently to provide professional services utilizing telephone and email. To contact a member of our staff, please call 541-548-9300 or email ownerservices@eagle-crest.com.

–Additionally, shuttle service, both on-property and off-property has been suspended.

COVID-19 Situation Data

The COVID-19 situation is changing rapidly. Oregon Health Authority, CDC, and WHO typically update their official numbers once per day. You can find the most up-to-date information at the following links:

  • For the latest Oregon situation data from Oregon Health Authority, click here.
  • For the latest U.S. situation data from CDC, click here.
  • For the latest worldwide situation data from WHO, click here.

3/17/2020

CENTRAL OREGON COVID-19 HOTLINE: Starting March 17th, St. Charles Health System and Deschutes County Health Services are joining together to open a new phone line to answer questions from the public about COVID-19. The free phone line, available to individuals in Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson counties, will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday and will be staffed by caregivers and county health services professionals. Phone line: 541-699-5109

3/16/2020

Good evening,

Please see the following update from Deschutes County Health Services and Eagle Crest Resort regarding COVID-19.  We will be sure to keep you informed of any updates as we receive them.

From Eagle Crest Resort

Late on March 16, 2020, Deschutes County Health Services reached out to Eagle Crest to inform them that someone who tested positive for the coronavirus had attended classes at one of the Sports Centers.  Since the infected party has not attended fitness classes at the facility since late February and because of the extensive sanitation efforts at the sports centers, Deschutes County Health Services feels that the risk is very low to other guests.

The Sports Centers have completed extensive sanitation of the facilities and have increased the frequency of sanitation procedures to multiple times per day.  Additionally, the Sports Centers have cancelled organized classes and are limiting total participation in any activity to 25 persons or less.


At this time, we have elected to keep the Sports Centers open. If you are concerned about potential infection, we recommend you elect not to use the facilities for now. In the event Governor Brown directs the closure of fitness centers throughout the state then we will comply and close our Sports Centers at that time.  The health and safety of all involved has always been our top priority and will remain so throughout this situation.

What to do if exposed to someone with COVID-19 (from Deschutes County Health Services)

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3/12/2020

Information Release (click to open/read)

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Helpful Links

Deschutes County Health Services
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
Medical News Today – How long can Coronavirus survive on surfaces?
CDC Hand Washing Factsheet
CDC Hand Sanitizer Factsheet