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    Respuesta del West End a COVID-19/Coronavirus

    Trabajemos juntos para nuestras comunidades del West End. El Distrito de la Ciudad y el Incendio mantendrán esta página actualizada regularmente con noticias importantes, cerraduras y actualizaciones relacionadas con el COVID-19/Coronavirus. Su ayuda, su cooperación y su compromiso con nuestra comunidad son cruciales para estos esfuerzos en detener la transmisión del virus.

    ¿Preguntas o preocupaciones? ¿Enlaces rotos? Envíe un breve correo electrónico a: info@forkswashington.org

  • West End Response to COVID-19/Coronavirus

    Let’s work together for our West End communities. The City and Fire District will keep this page updated regularly with vital news regarding the virus, closures, and related updates. Your help, your cooperation, and your commitment to our community are crucial to these efforts to slow the virus’ spread.

    Questions or concerns? Broken links? Send a brief email to: info@forkswashington.org

Safe Start

On May 29, Governor Jay Inslee announced Safe Start, Washington’s phased reopening on a county-by-county basis. In accordance with Safe Start guidelines, Clallam County applied for, and was granted, Phase 2 status to begin on June 1. Click here to view the Governor’s “Safe Start Washington” plan. The following are the key points of Phase 2:

  • High risk populations are strongly encouraged, but not required, to stay home unless engaging in Phase 1 or Phase 2 permissible activities.
  • You may engage in outdoor recreation involving 5 or fewer people outside your household (camping in Clallam County will remain closed until all Washington counties move to Phase 2).
  • You may gather with no more than 5 people outside your household.
  • You may travel for Phases 1 and 2 permissible activities.
  • Most businesses are able to open with some restrictions in place.

  • The Governor’s “Safe Start Washington” announcement can be read here.
  • The Governor’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” announcement of March 23 can be read here.
  • The City’s declaration of emergency and the Mayor’s statement are available here.