Information for the Week of March 23rd, 2020

March 2020 Jacksonville Resources

In response to COVID-19, The Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce will be providing Jacksonville-specific resources for the community, local businesses, and visitors as we adjust to the emerging situation.

Your health and safety are important to us. In our effort to help slow the spread of COVID-19, we have adopted the measures issued by Governor Brown. See the Governor’s announcement here. We request all travelers take protective measures – including frequently washing hands, covering coughs and sneezes, and staying home if sick – and make informed decisions regarding upcoming travel. More information can be found here.

In alignment with local, state and federal guidelines, we have made a deliberate choice to not staff the Information Center for face-to-face interaction and have shifted our focus to this website.  In addition we are available via telephone at 541-899-8118. A selection of our most popular maps, historic information, etc. are available 24 hrs a day outside the Visitor’s Information Center, 185 N. 5th Street.

Our goal is to serve the community of Jacksonville and maintain resources including: listings of functioning restaurants (for take away, delivery, food trucks & drive-thrus), merchants, tasting rooms, lodging, services, and help that is presently available. We also plan to to provide information, assistance and resources for businesses that are being affected.

We ask for your patience as we work to provide timely updates as information is made available.

As this is a fluid situation, please check back regularly both here and via our social media accounts.

Facebook: @JacksonvilleOregon      Instagram: @visitjacksonville

We look forward to welcoming you soon. #flattenthecurve

March 2020 Open for Business

3/23/2020: Oregon Executive order 20-12 has mandated that people must stay at home except when necessary, and dictates that many businesses must close.   This does not include essential services such as, banking, groceries, gas stations, etc which remain open.

Restaurants, Retail and Lodging continue to be greatly affected.  Some are open under previously established guidelines and are available for pickup, takeout and delivery orders.  Help your community.  Order a meal to go, find a place to stay, or purchase things you need.

One of the best ways that you can help our businesses is by purchasing gift certificates that can be used at a later date or to send to friends and family. Right now your support really matters to our small town!

Please contact businesses directly with questions.  Only they can provide the most accurate and up-to date information.

Click the links below for more information.  We are continually working to collect and insure that details are up to date and accurate.  If you have a business and would like to confirm/add to the list, please let us know HERE.

Welcome to Jacksonville Oregon

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Discover Southern Oregon

Southern Oregon has so much to offer and Jacksonville, Oregon combines the gentle ambiance of a historic small town with a vibrant cultural scene. And beyond delicious and diverse family-run wineries, what the area is known for, there are tons of other great things to do see and explore too! With an easy-going attitude every day Jacksonville truly is the perfect place to visit or stay a while.

Steeped in history, the entire town of Jacksonville is designated a National Historic Landmark. Explore the roots of the area from the days of the 1850’s gold rush to now through a variety of historical tour options including a self guided walking tour, as well as trolley and Segway tours. A quintessential western town, you’ll find yourself enthralled in how things used to be!

Jacksonville will charm you with more than its history, the quaint brick and wooden buildings are alive with great food, unique merchandise, live music and wine as they now house an eclectic mix of independently owned shops, restaurants, spas and lodging. For culture seekers the Britt Festival offers a wide range of musical performances from June through September and keep Jacksonville abuzz in the summer months.

For wine lovers, there is the breathtakingly beautiful Applegate Valley Wine Trail with 20 small, intimate wineries to discover and while right in town there 6 tasting rooms! For the outdoors folk the Woodlands Trail System offers 20+ miles of trails for hiking and the Forest Park is great for hiking and mountain biking.

It’s really all about great food and wine, live music and unique artists and good times here in Jville, so why not join us today? Whether you are planning a quick trip or staying for a longer haul we can’t wait to have you! Jacksonville is filled with locals and transplants alike that truly love their home and can’t wait to share it with you! So come, act like a local, enjoy and see why so many visit Jacksonville year after year!