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Snohomish County Fire Service Agencies establish Fire Coordination Center in response to COVID-19 outbreak

Snohomish County fire service agencies established a Fire Coordination Center to provide unified tracking, planning, and response to the coronavirus outbreak.

Snohomish County fire service agencies established a Fire Coordination Center to provide unified tracking, planning, and response to the coronavirus outbreak. 

Together, these fire departments serve about 680,000 residents, nearly 83% of the county’s population.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish Country offers all-day childcare in response to COVID-19

In response to COVID-19, the needs of first responders, health care workers and school closings, The Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County is open and offering discounted all-day childcare. Free childcare to all first responders and health care workers is offered in appreciation of their vital work in our community.

In response to COVID-19, the needs of first responders, health care workers and school closings, The Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County are open and offering discounted all-day childcare.

Free childcare to all first responders and health care workers is offered in appreciation of their vital work in our community.

"Virus Concerns Cancel 2020 Mill Creek Garden Tour – We’ll be back!" by Lila Johnson

Mill Creek Garden Club is disappointed to announce the cancellation of our Mill Creek Garden Tour & Artisan Market 2020 scheduled for June 27th.  We read the reports on the Corona Virus, listened to our garden owners, checked with our volunteers and we just could not chance putting our community at risk.

Mill Creek Garden Club is disappointed to announce the cancellation of our Mill Creek Garden Tour & Artisan Market 2020 scheduled for June 27th.  We read the reports on the Corona Virus, listened to our garden owners, checked with our volunteers, and we just could not chance putting our community at risk.

Homeward Pet Shelter closed for adoptions but needs public’s help during COVID-19 crisis

In accordance with Washington State's Stay at Home order, Homeward Pet in Woodinville is closed to the public for adoptions and donation drop-offs until further notice. All the animals are currently in foster care. There are a few things you can do if you would like to help homeless pets during the COVID-19 crisis.

In accordance with Washington State's Stay at Home order, Homeward Pet in Woodinville is closed to the public for adoptions and donation drop-offs until further notice. All the animals are currently in foster care.

There are a few things you can do if you would like to help homeless pets during the COVID-19 crisis.

"Hunker Down With These Perennial Veggies," by the Whistling Gardener

As we all are being forced to stay at home and keep our social distance, it has become apparent to me that a heck of a lot of people are taking advantage of this time and working in their yards! I have also noticed a huge renewed interest in planting edibles, such as fruit trees, berries, and veggies.

As we all are being forced to stay at home and keep our social distance when out and about, it has become apparent to me that a heck of a lot of people are taking advantage of this time and working in their yards!

I have also noticed a huge renewed interest in planting edibles, such as fruit trees, berries, and veggies.

Mill Creek's Home Run Solutions expands service line to offer help with your Honey-do-list

We’ve noticed a growing trend with homeowners who are fed up spending their free time trying to knock out small home repairs only to turn around and have a list waiting for them the next weekend.

Do you have small jobs around the house that always get put off?

Are there things you’d rather do on your precious weekend than be stuck up on a ladder?

We’ve got a solution that might help. Hire one of our skilled carpenters to help get your Honey-Do List under control.

Latest Snohomish County coronavirus information

As of Friday, March 27th, 3,723 Washington State residents are known to have contracted COVID-19, of which 913 are from Snohomish County, 1,828 are from King County, 231 are from Pierce County, 79 are from Island County, and 91 are from Skagit County. All counties have reported at least one infection.

The Washington State Department of Heath continues to monitor and investigate the public health risk associated with the 2019 novel coronavirus illness.

As of Friday, March 27th, 3,723 Washington State residents are known to have contracted COVID-19, of which 913 are from Snohomish County, 1,828 are from King County, 231 are from Pierce County, 79 are from Island County, and 91 are from Skagit County. All counties have reported at least one infection.