Gov. Jay Inslee announced additional guidance March 28 related to the "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" proclamation to slow the spread of COVID-19. Inslee also sent a government-to-government letter to Washington's tribal communities.
- Snohomish County PUD's COVID-19 respond to small businesses
- Community Transit's reduced service schedule
- Kreidler urges auto insurers to extend coverage to delivery drivers’ personal vehicles
- Incarcerated patient at Snohomish County Medical Center tests positive for COVID-19
- Inslee issues additional guidance on funerals and real estate transactions, letter to tribal governments
With many businesses facing uncertainty in the wake of COVID-19, the PUD wants to help. We are reaching out to share some of the important steps we are taking to:
Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler on March 27 urged all insurers doing business in Washington to immediately extend automobile insurance coverage for personal delivery drivers to aid people temporarily assigned this duty during the coronavirus pandemic and state of emergency.
As a reminder, any of the city of Marysville’s solid waste commercial account customers can reduce the frequency of collection to once a week and also reduce the size of their dumpster to better accommodate their current business needs.