The City of Mukilteo continues to monitor the latest information from the Snohomish Health District, Governor Jay Inslee’s office, State Department of Health, and Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus.  We are asking community members to stay informed, calm and vigilant to keep you, your loved ones, and our communities safe.  Please scroll down to read an important message from Mayor Jennifer Gregerson.          Updated: May 27, 2020 @ 12:00pm

Mayor Gregerson's Daily COVID-19 Updates

Includes snipets of the most up to date info from the Governor and state, Snohomish County and Health Department, Mukiltean of the Day

City Services & Parks

Info about what City services are available, what parks are open, and what’s allowed

County & State Resources

Information directly from Snohomish County, Snohomish Health District, and the State of Washington

Resources for General Businesses & Const...

Q & A for small businesses. construction industry, and other business-related sources

Info & Resources

Mukilteo CARES for Businesses Grants; information on Safe Start plan; general resources page for initial COVID-19 guidance / FAQ

Individuals & Groups

Income assistance, mortgage/rent, utilities, food banks, childcare, social & sober support, English-language learners

From Mayor Jennifer Gregerson: Governor Jay Inslee signed Proclamation 20-25.3 and outlined a “Safe Start” plan, a phased approach to re-open Washington’s economy. Under the plan, busineses and activities will re-open in phases with adequate social distancing measures & health standards in place. Businesses may also need to meet additional requirements developed specifically for their industry.

All state reopening guidelines can be found here.

Snohomish County is currently in Phase 1, although counties with a population of less than 75,000 that have not identified a resident with COVID-19 the three most consecutive weeks may request an exemption from specific aspects of the Safe Start phasing plan. It is anticipated that Snohomish County could move to Phase 2 by June 22 if the number of COVID cases decreases.

If this timeline still feels like forever, your feelings are valid. Here’s a public health article about that frustration and this challenge.

Keep up the Social Distancing:  A King County disease modeling study shows that reopening too quickly would result in a higher case count peak by the end of May than we had in March, so physical distancing in our area is still really important.  This article from King County Public Health is a good reminder about why it’s important to keep it up. Not seeing friends and family is hard, but it’s worth it. The Governor’s Stay Home, Stay Health order has been extended through May 31.

We opened some of our parks on May 5. Mukilteo will continue to stick to the guidelines of the Governor’s order, and will continue to educate the public on the issue. If you are concerned about violations, please email to notify us for enforcement/education.


How to take off and reuse a face mask courtesy of Montana State University: Face-Mask-Taking-Off-For-Reuse

Join the statewide Mask Challenge! See this video from Lt. Governor Cyrus Habib.

How to Protect Yourself and Others

Face Covering Backgrounder for information about the City’s support of the mask order


Resource Links

Mukilteo Restaurants That Are Open

Snohomish County Business Lists

⇒ Special Shopping Hours for Seniors, Other At-Risk People: QFC: 7-8am Monday-Thursday; Safeway Tues. & Thurs. from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m.; Target Wednesdays, first hour after opening; Whole Foods Daily, one hour before opening to the general public.

Know the facts, learn more, find information and resources and get the latest updates about COVID-19

Name of ResourceTopic of InformationOnline Link
Snohomish Health DistrictDaily Health District Updates for COVID-19SHD Novel Coronavirus 2019
Snohomish Health DistrictSuspension of In-person ServicesSHD Suspension of In-person Services
Washington State Department of HealthDaily Updates of COVID-19State Department of Health COVID-19
Centers for Disease Control & PreventionDaily Updates of COVID-19CDC COVID-19 Information
Public Health - Seattle & King CountyTesting Guidelines for COVID-19CDC COVID-19 Testing Guidelines
Washington State Department of HealthCOVID-19 Fact Sheet in Multiple LanguagesCOVID-19 Fact Sheet
Public Health - Seattle & King CountyCOVID-10 Disease Information in Multiple LanguagesCOVID-19 Disease
Washington State Department of HealthEducational materials in 26+ languagesCOVID-19 Educational Materials in Multiple Languages