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City of Mill Creek closes City Hall to public

n an effort to comply with state and county emergency declarations regarding COVID-19 from the Washington state and Snohomish County governments, the City of Mill Creek will restrict public access to city hall effective Wednesday, March 18, 2020, to Saturday, April 18, 2020.

By Bill Craig, Interim Mill Creek Communications Coordinator.

September 1, 2020, update

Under extension of the city manager's emergency proclamation, Mill Creek City Hall will remain closed until October 6, 2020.

July 8, 2020, update.

Under extension of the city manager's emergency proclamation, Mill Creek City Hall will remain closed until Sept. 1, 2020.

July 1, 2020, update.

Under extension of the city manager's emergency proclamation, the City of Mill Creek will remain closed until further notice.

June 2, 2020, update.

The Mill Creek City Council has extended its emergency proclamation limiting City operations to essential services and restricting public access to municipal facilities until July 1, 2020.

The City Council made the decision at its regular May 26th meeting. The City announced its initial proclamation on March 17th in response to emergency declarations regarding COVID-19 from the Washington state and Snohomish County governments, and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control.

The City of Mill Creek will continue essential municipal government operations during the health crisis while prioritizing the safety of residents and employees.

The closure affects the following City services:

  • Non-emergency police services, including concealed weapons permits.
  • Passport applications.
  • All City-sponsored recreational programs.
  • Community room rentals at City Hall.

City parks are open to the public but public restroom facilities and playground equipment remain closed.

City employees are available by phone at (425) 745-6175. Non-emergency police services are available by phone at (425) 745-6175.

Additional information can be accessed on the City of Mill Creek’s website, www.cityofmillcreek.com.

If the call is an emergency, call 911.

May 4, 2020, update.

Mill Creek City Hall will remain closed to the general public until May 31st due to the extension of Gov. Jay Inslee's stay-at-home order.

Essential government services will continue to be provided to city residents. City passport services will remain closed until further notice.

Residents can call City Hall at 425-745-6175 for more information.

Original March 17, 2020, article.

In an effort to comply with state and county emergency declarations regarding COVID-19 from the Washington state and Snohomish County governments, and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control, the City of Mill Creek will restrict public access to city hall effective Wednesday, March 18, 2020, to Saturday, April 18, 2020.

The City of Mill Creek will continue essential municipal government operations during the health crisis while prioritizing the safety of residents and employees.

The closure affects the following city services:

  • Non-emergency police services, including concealed weapons permits and fingerprinting.
  • Passport applications.
  • All city-sponsored recreational programs.
  • Community room rentals at city hall.

City parks will remain open to the public but public restroom facilities will be closed. City employees will not sanitize park playground equipment. The city encourages park users to sanitize the equipment before use.

City employees are available by phone at (425) 745-1891.

Non-emergency police services are available by phone at (425) 745-6175. If the call is an emergency, call 911.

Additional information can be accessed on the City of Mill Creek’s website.

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