The City of Spokane Valley is monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic to ensure helpful information is shared and necessary steps are taken to promote the safety of residents and employees. in addition to sharing information on its website, the city is utilizing Facebook and Twitter to provide updated information.
August 10 - Governor provides updated indoor fitness and training facility requirements
August 6 - Governor announces guidance for long-term care facilities
July 28 - Governor updates Safe Start plan for restaurants, entertainment centers, movie theaters, weddings and funerals
July 20 - Spokane Regional Health District provides testing, quarantine, and return to work guidance for non-health care businesses.
July 20 - SRHD provides updated Phase 2 guidance and resources for food establishments.
July 16 - Governor announces steps to address the spread of COVID-19 through smaller gathering size limits and ban on live entertainment
July 10 - Results were shared from a survey by Association of Washington Cities to understand the expected impact of COVID-19 on city populations and finances.
July 2 - Governor extends face covering requirements for businesses statewide and halts county advancements for two weeks.
July 2 - Insurance Commissioner extends emergency order to state health insurers to waive copays and deductibles for consumers requiring testing for COVID-19.
June 22 - Inslee issues a statewide mandatory face covering order.
May 29 - Inslee announces expansion of the Safe Start Reopening plan by county.
May 22 - Spokane County moves to Phase 2 utilizing specific safe start guidelines.
View state's four-phase approach to reopening business and modifying physical distancing measures.
What's currently open & closed
View the COVID-19 Town Hall ( recorded April 8)
View Mayor's Northwest Passages interview (posted April 4)
View Mayor's Facebook Live update (recorded March 31)
Impacts to city services
Resources for businesses
Community services and activities
Spokane Valley restaurant takeout and delivery options
To learn more about the symptoms of COVID-19, how to proceed if you are feeling ill, and recent health and safety recommendations, visit these websites:
All K-12 public schools in Washington State are closed. Visit these links for more information:
Greater Spokane Emergency Management
State of Washington
Spokane Regional Health District
Questions about Local Resources