LOCAL INFORMATION

CITY OF ISSAQUAH

http://issaquahwa.gov/COVID19

Following Public Health - Seattle & King County’s recommendations to help protect our communities, the City of Issaquah has closed many of its facilities, but will continue to provide essential services to our community.

While some front counters/facilities are closed to in-person customers until further notice, they are available during regular business hours at 425-837-3000 or via email.

ISSAQUAH SCHOOL DISTRICT

https://www.issaquah.wednet.edu/

As ISD begins the return to in-person learning, the District will continue to offer a full remote option for students. Families opting for their student to stay fully remote may experience a change in assigned classroom teacher(s) as those teacher(s) transition to in-person instruction.

WASHINGTON STATE RESPONSE

https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/WADOC/bulletins/298f175

The Business and Workers update is a weekly newsletter providing news and information to help businesses and workers navigate the pandemic. The information is compiled by the state Economic Resiliency Team (ERT), part of the Joint Information Center.

 

ISSAQUAH PARKS & RECREATION
https://issaquahwa.gov/305/Parks-Recreation

Parks staff continue to use guidance from King County Public Health on opening parks and amenities. Please do not congregate when visiting parks or using play fields. Organized athletic games, practices and pickup games are not permitted.

EASTSIDE FIRE & RESCUE

https://www.eastsidefire-rescue.org/

As a precaution, EF&R will suspend pub ed events, CPR/First Aid classes, station tours, & use of public meeting rooms through April. Thank you for your patience & understanding, as well as the role you play in helping keep our community safe, healthy, & strong.

KING COUNTY

 https://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/health/communicable-diseases/disease-control/novel-coronavirus.aspx

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