Phase 2 Information
Graphic above provided from the Phased Approach Guide from the Governor page. This chart illustrates guidance for personal interaction, recreation, public gatherings, travel, and businesses.
As of July 2nd, there is a "pause" in advancing counties from their current Safe Start state. Read more here.
Links with more information:
- Washington State Conroavirus Resource Page
- Governor’s COVID-19 Reopening Guidance for Businesses and Workers
- Clallam County Coronavirus Resource Page
- Official CDC Coronavirus Symptoms Page
What Does Phase 2 Mean for You?
The Stay Home, Stay Safe Order requests all residents to stay home and travel for essential purposes only. Essential travel includes travel to and from work, to the hospital, and for necessary trips to grocery and/or drug stores. City Parks that are not enclosed and the Olympic Discovery Trail are open for use by the public, but physically distancing a minimum of 6 feet from those outside your household should be observed.
What Does Phase 2 Mean for the Community?
Beginning June 8, all employees in the state of Washington are required to wear a cloth mask at work. On July 2 the Governor has added that all businesses are required to have face coverings for all employees and customers.
What Does Phase 2 Mean for City Services and Facilities?
City Facilities will largely be closed to the public, but many services will continue in a digital or virtual capacity.
Clallam County Business Assistance
Information for local business assistance and business related updates from the State and Federal Government.
This includes information for local residents on Tourism Related Businesses such as restaurants and whats open in surrounding County, State and Federal regulated recreation opportunities
Information and resources for students lesson plans, family assistance, and incoming kindergartners.