Gov. Jay Inslee on June 5 issued guidance for sporting activities in Phases 2 and 3. The guidance covers professional sporting activities, youth team sports and adult recreational team sports.
Residents encouraged to submit proposals for chance to win up to $10K in prizes
Gov. Jay Inslee on June 2 issued guidance for library operations, including plans to resume service through the Washington Talking Book and Braille Library, in Phase 1 and Phase 2, and drive-in theater operations for Phase 2.
Gov. Jay Inslee and the state’s Joint Information Center have launched an updated version of the state’s COVID-19 risk assessment dashboard. The updated dashboard provides researchers and the public a better ability to see what’s happening at the regional and county level when it comes to CO…
Gov. Jay Inslee on May 31 issued his Safe Start proclamation as the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order is set to expire on May 31 at 11:59 PM.
"As people gather today [May 30] to protest the unjust death of George Floyd, I hope they do so peacefully and safely. Everyone has the freedom - and the right - to demonstrate and speak their mind. However, violence and destruction have no place in Washington state or our country.
On May 29 during a special meeting the Snohomish County Council passed a resolution authorizing submission of an application and request for a variance from the Washington State Department of Health to proceed to Phase 2 of the state’s Reopening Washington Plan.
Gov. Jay Inslee on May 28 announced the state’s plan to begin broad testing within long term care facilities and laid out additional health and safety guidelines for the agriculture industry.
On May 28, Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers, Board of Health Chair Stephanie Wright, and County Council Chair Nate Nehring jointly announced their intention for Snohomish County to be moved into Phase 2 of Governor Inslee’s phased reopening plan. With Wednesday’s approval of the final …
On July 13, 2020 the Marysville School District Board of Directors will receive a report from the district Instructional Materials and Curriculum Committee (IMCC) recommending adoption of the following instructional materials for grades 9-12: AP Modern Course Ways of the World.
Gov. Jay Inslee on May 27 announced the state’s plan for restarting religious and faith-based services for Phases 1 and 2 of Washington’s “Safe Start” reopening plan.
Yesterday, we launched two new grant programs for businesses, and the application process opened within minutes of the County Council's approval. The two grants include: a Small Business Relief, Recovery, and Resiliency (R3) Grant Program; and the First in Flight Fund for Paine Field Airport…
Numbers. As of May 19, there are 18,971 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Washington state, an increase of 160 cases from the previous day. Visit the Department of Health's website for cases by county, demographics, and more.
Rep. Rick Larsen (WA-02) will host a live telephone town hall on May 20 to discuss the COVID-19 pandemic with Second District residents. Suzan “Suzi” LeVine, Commissioner of the Washington Employment Security Department, will join Larsen to hear residents’ concerns and help answer questions …
Growing a Vegetable Garden in a Pot” is one of six informative and concise vegetable gardening classes being offered online free by WSU - Snohomish County Extension Master Gardeners this June.
Numbers As of May 18, there are 18,811 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Washington state, an increase of 200 cases in the past 24 hours. Visit the Department of Health's website for cases by county, demographics, and more.
The Snohomish Health District completed its pilot of the rapid test machines and is returning to drive-thru sites similar to the site operated in March.
Gov. Jay Insleeon May 18 announced the state's plan for all elective procedures to resume. Each medical or dental practice will assess their own readiness and their communities’ COVID-19 activity to determine whether, and to what degree, they will reopen.
A new statewide report shows COVID-19 transmission is persisting in western Washington and slowly increasing in eastern Washington. The measure of how many new infections a single COVID-19 case will produce – known as the effective reproductive number – has not changed significantly in eithe…
While the Snohomish Health District is largely focused on the COVID-19 response, many public health activities still continue. Birth and death certificates are provided, permit applications are submitted, and other diseases are investigated.
Gov. Jay Inslee issued guidance on May 14 clarifying Phase 1 outdoor recreation requirements, and set forth outdoor recreation guidance for Phase 2.
Gov. Jay Inslee issued guidance on May 13 for resuming personal services and professional services for counties granted variance under the Safe Start Phase 2 recovery plan laid out last week.
Numbers: As of May 12, there are 17,512 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Washington state, an increase of 182 cases in the last 24 hours. Visit the Department of Health's website for cases by county, demographics, and more.
Rotary Club of Arlington announced the recipients of $60,000 in scholarships to graduating students from Arlington, Darrington and Lakewood last week. Each 2020 graduate will receive $5,000 for continuing education. The 2020 scholarship recipients are:
Gov. Jay Inslee announced the launch of a statewide contact tracing plan on May 12 that will allow more businesses to open and more people to be active in public while helping to slow and prevent the spread of COVID-19.