Clallam County Emergency Operations Center Updates

The Clallam County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is holding meetings each Friday at 10:00 AM in order to keep Clallam County residents updated on the COVID-19 response within the County.

Links to Updates

May 28th, 2020 Clallam County Emergency Operations Center Phase 2 Update

May 28th, 2020 Clallam County Health Department Phase 2 Update

Press Release for the June 1st, 2020 Phase 2 Update

Clallam County COVID-19 page

Clallam County’s front page for COVID-19 related information

MWF Emergency Operations Center Update Meeting

Grancius Streaming Video of the 10:00 am EOC update.

Daily Updates from the Sheriff’s Office 

The Sheriff’s Office keeps a Monday-Friday update of information, how-to’s, and frequently asked questions.

March 30th, 2020 Message from the Sheriff

Message from the Sheriff encouraging residents that staying home and physical distancing is working and to remain vigilant to ensure its success.

Links to Information and Assistance

Clallam County COVID-19 Page

The EOC provides a directory for state and federal information on the COVID-19 pandemic and updates to the number of cases within the county. 

Clallam County EOC Main Page

Visit the EOC for all county-wide emergency-related information and resources.

Governor Inslee COVID-19 related Orders and State Information

January 11, 2021 - Governor Inslee signs "Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery" Proclamation 

Proclamation 20-25.12 is effectively immediately and extends through the COVID-19 state of emergency. 

May 18, 2020 - Governor Inslee announces the state’s plan for all elective procedures to resume.

Each medical or dental practice will assess their own readiness and their communities’ COVID-19 activity to determine whether, and to what degree, they will reopen.

May 11, 2020 - Governor Inslee provides guidance and requirements for restaurant and tavern reopening during Phase 2 of the State’s reopening

For counties granted variance to move to Phase 2, restaurant operations may resume with limitations after meeting specific criteria, effective May 11, 2020. 

May 01, 2020 - Governor Inslee extends six proclamations relating to COVID-19

The extensions, approved by the Legislature, apply to health care, nursing assistant training and testing, post retirement employment, and license renewals and suspensions.

May 01, 2020 - Governor Inslee announces four-phase approach to reopening the State

For more information about the announcement watch the Press Conference held on May 1st.

April 29, 2020 -  Governor Inslee rolls out COVID-19 risk assessment dashboard with data

Gov. Jay Inslee today announced a new COVID-19 risk assessment dashboard to aid the state in gauging when and how to best lift restrictions around ‘Stay Home, Stay Healthy” in Washington.

April 27, 2020 - State Lands to Reopen May 5th to Fishing, Hunting, and Recreation

As of Tuesday, May 5th, some outdoor recreation will be allowed with appropriate safety precautions including: fishing; hunting; playing golf; day use at state parks, state public lands managed by the Department of Natural Resources and at state Fish and Wildlife areas.

April 21, 2020 - Governor Inslee’s Recovery Plan

The Governor addressed all Washingtonians via video on April 21 and outlined COVID-19 recovery Plan

April 13, 2020 - Washington, Oregon and California announce Western States Pact

Governor Inslee announces shared vision with California Gov. Gavin Newsom and Oregon Gov. Kate Brown agreeing for reopening their economies and controlling COVID-19 into the future.

April 06, 2020 - School Closure Extension Proclamation

Extension of Proclamation Nos. 20-08 and 20-09 Extends the School Closure Order for the remainder of the School Year.

April 02, 2020 - Stay, Home Stay Safe Extension Proclamation 

Proclamation No. 20-40 Extends the Stay Home, Stay Safe Order to May 4th.

Additional Information 

Press Conference Access and Archive

For all COVID-19 Related Updates Click Here

State COVID-19 Page

Stay up to date on State-wide COVID-19 related information.

Governor Inslee’s COVID-19 Updates and Information Page

Stay up to date on what’s happening at the Capitol.