The City of Monroe continues to monitor the latest information from the Snohomish Health District, Department of Health, and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus. This is an evolving situation and updates will be made as more information is available.
Click here for information regarding closures and cancellations; services and utilities; public records requests; and more.
Resources for Businesses
Click here for information on federal, state, and local resources and relief available to businesses and employers.
Click here for dedicated COVID-19 resource and response websites.
Click here to learn more about the City’s response and actions taken to help stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
County Moves to Phase 2
On Friday, June 5, 2020, Governor Inslee announced that Snohomish County, including the City of Monroe, will be moving into Phase 2 in the re-opening of our community and economy. Businesses complying with general and industry-specific guidelines may reopen, and places of worship may conduct services, weddings and funerals that align with physical distancing and size restraints. Camping and other outdoor recreation activities, such as biking and climbing, can resume with limited group sizes, and in-home services such as nannies, house cleaners and real-estate firms may also resume. Please visit the city’s COVID-19 Business Resources page for a Special Newsletter detailing the general and specific guidelines for businesses in Phase 2.
We’re in this Together
Together, as one community, we’ll get through this. Today we’re seeing our local businesses impacted by COVID-19. Please remember to support our businesses. #ShopMonroeWA #LoveMonroe We’re in this together.