As the information regarding the spread of COVID-19 changes daily, so does the information on each of the websites listed below. We encourage people to stay tuned to facts provided by the Pierce County Health Department. Anyone experiencing symptoms of an illness—fever, cough, difficulty breathing – should call their healthcare provider so their healthcare provider can determine next steps. Information about testing is available at: Department of Health-COVID-19 Testing Information
Below are some links to help you navigate all the steps being taken by the State of Washington. The Town of Eatonville is following this closely and is taking the precautions that have been mandated by the Washington State Governor. Governor Jay Inslee's Office
- State Emergency Proclamation, restrictions on public gatherings, school closure information, financial support information for businesses, employers, and workers. The Governor has Washington State Coronavirus Response (COVID-19)
- Washington State's Official COVID-19 site, maintained by the State Joint Information Center.
Pierce County Health Department
- Local information regarding health measures for all populations, school district closures, fact sheets, case updates, and information in many languages.Washington State Department of Health
- Comprehensive information about the disease, symptoms, testing, risk factors, case updates, and guidance for the many sectors of our community.
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) - Regional updates and recommendations, regional mitigation strategies, global locations and statistics, travel restrictions, and educational materials.
Eatonville School District - Updates on school closures and impact on classes, childcare, meals, athletics, facilities, and measures to assist students and families.
Stay home if you are sick and practice social distancing. Please follow the Washington State Governor and the Washington State Department of Health's guidance on mask wearing.
The best ways that you can help reduce the spread of this illness is to stay home if you don't feel well and to wash your hands frequently with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds. Dry hands with a clean cloth, paper towels or air dry.
Town Council Meetings are held in-person/virtual Zoom hybrid and Committee Meetings will be held virtually and telephonically until further notice. Please see the meeting schedule that is posted on the Home Page and the Town Council Agenda page for more information.
American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 - ARPA
The US Dept of the Treasury launched the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds, established by the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA), providing $350 billion in emergency funding for eligible state, local, territorial and Tribal Governments. These ARPA funds are designed to help bolster response to the COVID-19 emergency and its economic impacts.
The Town Council allocated funds for use in 2021 and 2022 from the Town's portion of ARPA funding to implement a Utility Assistance Program.
Utility Assistance Program Policy
Utility Assistance Application