Meals for Students During School Closure

March 13- Starting Monday, March 16, Highline Schools will distribute meals to students at several of our schools.  Meals are free to every Highline student and children 18 years or younger. Registration is not required. There are no forms to fill out and no names are written down.  A list of site locations is below.Continue reading “Meals for Students During School Closure”

U.S. Census Bureau Director Steven Dillingham on Operational Updates

MARCH 18, 2020 — Less than one week ago, the 2020 Census fully kicked off, and invitations continue to arrive in mailboxes across the nation.  As of this morning, more than eleven million households have responded. America is stepping up to shape our future and ensure families and communities are counted. Beginning today, in support of guidance on what weContinue reading “U.S. Census Bureau Director Steven Dillingham on Operational Updates”

Inslee announces relief for business, workers, tenants and more in response to COVID-19 outbreak

March 18-Governor Jay Inslee today announced substantial measures for Washington state businesses and workers, as well as renters and other residents who may struggle financially to pay utility bills while dealing with loss of income during the COVID-19 outbreak. This is in addition to the state support for workers and businesses, and the state financial, export, insuranceContinue reading “Inslee announces relief for business, workers, tenants and more in response to COVID-19 outbreak”

AG FERGUSON STATEMENT ON COVID-19 SCAMS

March 5-Attorney General Bob Ferguson offers the following statement warning consumers about possible scams preying on COVID-19 fears: “Scammers often prey on fear. As the COVID-19 outbreak and response continue, Washingtonians may see people advertising products or services they claim treat or cure the disease. There is no specific antiviral treatment recommended for COVID-19 atContinue reading “AG FERGUSON STATEMENT ON COVID-19 SCAMS”

King County Sheriff’s Office Will Not Execute Court Ordered Evictions

March 17- Sheriff Mitzi G. Johanknecht continues to make adjustments to our public facing, non-emergency services to increase social distancing, in light of the COVID-19 health crisis. Sheriff Johanknecht has informed Presiding Superior Court Judge James Rogers that, effective immediately, the King County Sheriff’s Office will not execute court-ordered evictions in King County until furtherContinue reading “King County Sheriff’s Office Will Not Execute Court Ordered Evictions”

Additional Health Safety Measures Being Taken In Light of COVID-19

March 17- Sheriff Mitzi G. Johanknecht has announced additional measures to increase social distancing, in light of COVID-19, regarding some of our public facing services. Effective immediately, the King County Sheriff’s Office will not process any new Concealed Pistol License (CPL) applications. These applications require fingerprinting in close quarters that we do not think isContinue reading “Additional Health Safety Measures Being Taken In Light of COVID-19”

Seattle City Light COVID-19 Response

COVID-19: Customer Service Centers Closing Temporarily as Precautionary Measure March 13, 2020 by Julie Moore Today, Mayor Jenny A. Durkan announced additional steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The virus has already spread in our community, so we are at a pivotal moment to slow the spread to the most vulnerable individuals. Earlier this week, theContinue reading “Seattle City Light COVID-19 Response”

PSE Responds to COVID-19

Puget Sound Energy is taking measurable actions to help our customers and communities during this coronavirus situation March 13– As a provider of an essential service to our customers, Puget Sound Energy is working to ensure we are here for our customers, our community and our employees as coronavirus impacts the region. We know someContinue reading “PSE Responds to COVID-19”