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Snohomish County

Case of 2019 novel coronavirus confirmed in Snohomish County resident

The Washington State Department of Health confirmed a case of 2019 novel coronavirus in a Snohmish County resident on Tuesday, January 21, 2020. The risk to the general public is low and health officials are working to identify anyone who may have come in contact with the infected person.

The Washington State Department of Health confirmed a case of 2019 novel coronavirus in a Snohomish County resident on Tuesday, January 21st.

The risk to the general public is low and as of Sunday, January 26th, health officials are actively monitoring 65 people who came into close personal contact to the infected individual.

Community Transit to offer limited commuter bus service on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Community Transit will operate limited commuter bus service to and from downtown Seattle and University District on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Monday, January 20, 2020.   Local bus service and Sound Transit Express bus service from Snohomish County will operate regular weekday schedules.

Community Transit will operate limited commuter bus service to and from downtown Seattle and University District on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Monday, January 20th. 

Local bus service and Sound Transit Express bus service from Snohomish County will operate regular weekday schedules.

Snohomish County announces Healthy Forest Project kick-off at McCollum Park

In spring 2019 Snohomish County announced a new community stewardship program called the Healthy Forest Project “to restore and care for the forested parks and natural areas managed by the county.” There will be a formal project kick-off at McCollum Park starting at 10:00 am on Saturday morning, January 25, 2020.

In spring 2019 Snohomish County announced a new community stewardship program called the Healthy Forest Project “to restore and care for the forested parks and natural areas managed by the county.”

There will be a formal project kick-off at McCollum Park starting at 10:00 am on Saturday morning, January 25th.

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