Supplemental COVID-19 Community Response Fund

New Funding Opportunities:  (PLEASE NOTE: THE APPLICATION DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO JUNE 23RD, 2020 at 11:59PM) On May 5, the King County Council approved a second emergency supplemental budget proposed by Executive Dow Constantine to provide additional resources related to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Included in the legislation is $1 million for the Office of Equity and Social Justice (OESJ) to expand fundingContinue reading “Supplemental COVID-19 Community Response Fund”

EXPANDED FREE COVID-19 TESTING IN SOUTH KING COUNTY

June 11– Seattle & King County has expanded free COVID-19 testing resources in south King County, where communities have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. These three new free testing sites will provide ongoing access to testing in south Seattle and south King County. The sites will be located at Sea Mar Community Health Centers at SouthContinue reading “EXPANDED FREE COVID-19 TESTING IN SOUTH KING COUNTY”

Washington WIC an essential service and continues to be available to pregnant women, new moms, and young children

April 24- During this challenging time, Washington WIC is here for vulnerable families. WIC is the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children. WIC gives families access to nutritious foods, nutrition education and breastfeeding support, health assessments and referrals. WIC is for pregnant people, new and breastfeeding moms, infants, and children under five. These servicesContinue reading “Washington WIC an essential service and continues to be available to pregnant women, new moms, and young children”

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”

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”

Puget Sound Fire’s response to COVID -19

March 14-In consideration of the dynamic nature of the COVID -19 pandemic, Puget Sound Fire is updating our community with the following information.   From the start of the outbreak fire agencies across the region have taken a proactive approach to the response of patients that may pose a risk to responders.  While providing the sameContinue reading “Puget Sound Fire’s response to COVID -19”

City Facilities Temporarily Close to Public

March 13- Starting Monday, March 16, the City decided to close all City Facilities to the public. The public closure effects: City Hall Community Center Valley Ridge Community/Teen Center Maintenance Facility All City parks will be closed and gates at the park will be locked. The Parks Department will be closing all City park restrooms.Continue reading “City Facilities Temporarily Close to Public”

City of SeaTac COVID-19 Update

March 6-The City of SeaTac continues to monitor the latest developments with COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Since the initial case was discovered in King County, City leadership has met several times to collect facts and determine the next steps forward for the City. The City is making its decisions based on facts from Public Health Seattle KingContinue reading “City of SeaTac COVID-19 Update”