Auburn Area News: COVID-19 Response Efforts

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On this page, we will provide links to local news and updates from the municipal governments of Auburn, Algona and Pacific, as well as other relevant jurisdictions in our region.

UPDATE FROM MULTICARE -- Guidelines for Occupational Medicine Client Employers, Updated 5/1/2020: CLICK HERE to learn more.

"Washington State Coronavirus Response (COVID-19) Economic Resiliency Team: Business & Workers Update 4/15/2020, Auburn Area CONNECT blog: CLICK HERE to learn more

"Supports for Auburn Renters, Homeowners, Commercial Tenants and Employees," Auburn Area CONNECT blog (3/30/2020): CLICK HERE to learn more.

"Important Information: Business Re-Entry Registration," Auburn Area CONNECT blog (3/25/2020): Registration is open under the Washington Re-Entry program, an online platform designed to provide statewide consistency in identifying businesses with a critical need to access facilities or infrastructure located within a disaster impacted area. CLICK HERE to learn more.

"Join Mayoral Statement on COVID-19," Auburn Area CONNECT blog (3/22/2020): CLICK HERE to learn more.

"City of Auburn Closes Public Parks & Trails," Auburn Area CONNECT blog (3/22/2020): CLICK HERE to learn more.

"City of Auburn to Close Government Buildings Amid COVID-19 Outbreak," Auburn Area CONNECT blog (3/17/2020): CLICK HERE to learn more

While the building closure includes City Hall, city council meetings are allowing for virtual participation by all members of the public. Here is the access information:
Meeting ID: 679 366 528
Dial In: 1-669-900-9128

City of Algona, Washington: City Hall is CLOSED until further notice. Payments can be left in the dropbox on the NE corner of the building. Call 253-833-2897 or email [email protected] with questions or concerns.

Valley Regional Fire Authority:  All fire stations are CLOSED to the public until further notice. Team members are still available to respond to non-emergent needs. Call 253-288-5800 or email [email protected].

"COVID-19 Update from City of Auburn Parks, Arts & Recreation," E-newsletter (3/13/2020): CLICK HERE to learn more.

"Auburn Declares State of Emergency in Response to Coronavirus," PRESS RELEASE (3/5/2020): CLICK HERE to learn more.