COVID-19

Effective Midnight November 17 through December 14

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The COVID-19 (coronavirus) public health emergency is constantly evolving as more information is learned about it. Snohomish Health District is the city’s primary source for health updates and information regarding COVID-19. The Governor issued a Safe Start Proclamation and an amended plan for reopening the state county by county was announced last June. 

November 15, 2020 Update:  In order to slow the spread of rapidly increasing COVID cases in our state and ensure that hospital and medical systems are not overwhelmed, the State of Washington is taking the very difficult but necessary steps to protect public health. The state said they "recognize this will cause financial hardship for many businesses and the governor and staff are exploring ways to mitigate the impacts." From 11:59 PM on Monday, November 16 through Monday, December 14, all counties in Washington rollback to the restrictions outlined in the graphic above. Restriction modifications are for all counties effective midnight on Monday, November 16, unless otherwise noted. If the activity is not listed, it should follow its current guidance. All K-12/higher education, health care, and childcare are exempt from the new restrictions and will follow current guidance. These restrictions do not apply to courts and judicial branch-related proceedings. For more information, please check www.coronavirus.wa.gov

The city’s facilities are currently closed to the public (except for childcare at the Pavilion) and city services are being offered remotely via telephone, email, and online. Please check below for city news and information, community resources, support for businesses, and facility closure information.

  1. City News & Information
  2. Community Resources
  3. Support for Businesses
  4. Facility Closures & Updates

News Releases and Community Updates