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Posted on: May 29, 2020

Snohomish County Mayors support Phase II variance request

Today, the Snohomish County Board of Health and Snohomish County Council both unanimously approved a variance request to move Snohomish County to Phase II of the Governor’s phased reopening plan.

We strongly support this action and encourage the State to act quickly to approve the variance request and move Snohomish County into Phase II. Our residents and businesses have made tremendous efforts to stay safe and help slow the spread of COVID-19, but they have also sacrificed greatly. We believe we are on the right path to recovery. We are incredibly thankful for our public health officials, emergency management professionals, and our local healthcare workers who have prepared our healthcare system to appropriately manage our County’s positive COVID-19 cases. With our healthcare system in good shape, we believe we are ready to slowly re-open businesses and get our residents back to work. 

We look forward to continuing to work with our partners throughout the County to open in a safe and thoughtful manner, setting us on a path to economic recovery. 

Mayor Barbara Tolbert, City of Arlington

Mayor Bob Colinas, City of Brier

Mayor Dan Rankin, City of Darrington

Mayor Cassie Franklin, City of Everett

Mayor William Clem, City of Gold Bar

Mayor Matthew Hartman, City of Granite Falls

Mayor Norm Johnson, Town of Index 

Mayor Brett Gailey, City of Lake Stevens

Mayor Nicola Smith, City of Lynnwood

Mayor Jon Nehring, City of Marysville

Mayor Pam Pruitt, City of Mill Creek

Mayor Geoffrey Thomas, City of Monroe

Mayor Jennifer Gregerson, City of Mukilteo 

Mayor John Kartak, City of Snohomish 

Mayor Leonard Kelley, City of Stanwood

Mayor Russell Wiita, City of Sultan 

Mayor Carla Nichols, Town of Woodway

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