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There are currently numerous closures, cancellations, and other restrictions on events, gatherings, and visitor-related services in place throughout Washington state, including Snohomish County, in an effort to help minimize the risk of exposure to and reduce the spread of COVID-19. As a result, all non-essential travel to and within Seattle NorthCountry is not encouraged at this time, particularly among high-risk individuals. Washington Governor Jay Inslee’s “Stay Home – Stay Healthy” Proclamation 20-25, dated March 23, 2020, provides additional details about restrictions on newly implemented restrictions in Washington. Additional information regarding COVID-19 in Snohomish County can be found on the Health District’s Novel Coronavirus 2019 page.

Seattle NorthCountry, in conjunction with Snohomish County Parks, Recreation & Tourism, continues to closely monitor the situation as it evolves. We are committed to ensuring the safety of all our residents and visitors, and will continue to implement best practices as recommended or mandated by the State of Washington, Snohomish County Health District, as well as regional, state, national, and international health organizations as it pertains specifically to COVID-19.


TRUSTED SOURCES FOR MORE COVID-19 INFO

Snohomish Health District

Snohomish County Covid-19 Response

Snohomish County Resource HUB

Washington State Department of Health

Financial resource for WA residents impacted by COVID-19 (information on assistance with rent, mortgages, utilities)

Center for Disease Control and Prevention

FEMA



ABOUT OUR INDUSTRY

Tourism in Snohomish County is an $1.11 billion industry.

Our industry directly generates more than 10,910 jobs in Snohomish County and contributes to the success of all our industry sectors including restaurants, retail, lodging, recreation, transportation and more. Tourism and outdoor recreation is the second largest economic driver to Snohomish County’s economy. In short, tourism matters.

Our goal is to provide resources to support the work that you do and connect you with what the Snohomish County Destination Alliance and the Snohomish County Office of Parks, Recreation and Tourism is doing to enhance this industry and the amazing quality of life that we all share. Visit this page often as it is a dynamic communication tool. Let us know what you need and how we can help you further.

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