Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update as of March 10

City Hall Open But Non-essential Events Cancelled

The City of Mukilteo continues to monitor the latest information from the Snohomish Health District, the Washington State Department of Health, and the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus. We ask community members to stay informed, calm and vigilant to keep you, your loved ones and our communities safe and healthy.

While City Hall remains open, however out of an abundance of caution, the City postponed or cancelled non-essential public events at City Hall this week through March 15; the City will reassess this situation on Friday, March 13 for the next week. Fire Stations are closed to public events or tours. Visitors requesting fingerprinting at the Police Department will be screened by inquiring if 1) if they are feeling well, and 2) if their recent travel history includes any of the international hot spots and whether they have followed the 14-day self-quarantine protocol. Rosehill Community Center remains open, although some rental reservations have been cancelled by the groups themselves.

“The City of Mukilteo remains open for necessary business,” said Mayor Jennifer Gregerson. “Our Public Works teams are working hard to disinfect all public spaces. We are currently scheduled to hold our March 16 City Council meeting as usual, but recommend our residents consider viewing the meeting on the live-stream via our website https://mukilteowa.gov/city-council/council-meeting-agendas-minutes-audio-video/) or email Councilmembers at elected@mukilteowa.gov anytime.”

City Hall is still open for business, but many permitting and development services can be accessed online through the Permits Services Portal ( https://ci-mukilteo-wa.smartgovcommunity.com/Public/Home). All residents can call the City at (425) 263-8000 to talk to a staff member, as well.

The City will continue to post updates on the website, through our social media sites and additional press releases.

This is an evolving situation, and residents are encouraged to check with the Health District frequently for updates. The website is https://www.snohd.org/484/Novel-Coronavirus-2019.