Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Information

We all have a responsibility to ourselves, our families and our community to stop the spread of COVID-19.

We strongly urge our residents to:

  • Stay home
  • Only leave your home for essential services and needs
  • Only purchase reasonable amounts of basic products and leave enough for others
  • Wear face coverings when in public spaces where social distancing cannot be maintained

King County Updates

5/11/20: King County announces a new Health Officer Directive strongly urging King County residents to wear a cloth face covering starting May 18 in indoor public spaces or confined spaces where it could be difficult to maintain six feet of physical distancing. Executive Dow Constantine also announced that  operators and riders on King County Metro will be required to wear face coverings 

Read more information here
www.kingcounty.gov/masks

Governor Jay Inslee Updates

5/4/2020: Governor Inslee signed a proclamation extending ‘Stay Home, Stay Healthy’ order through May 31.

Read the new order here
Read the state’s "Safe Start" plan here


4/24/20: Governor Inslee announced that some construction activity can resume.

Read more from the Seattle Times


To limit the spread of COVID-19, Governor Jay Inslee ordered a state-wide ’Stay Home, Stay Healthy’ order. This order is in place until May 31 unless further extended.


This proclamation will:

Learn more from King County Public Health (available in multiple languages)
Report a violation of this order


Changes to the Open Public Meetings Act and the Public Records Act extended to May 31

Governor Inslee issued a proclamation that temporarily suspends portions of the Open Public Meetings Act (OPMA) and the Public Records Act (PRA) to help minimize in-person contact. City councils, and other city boards and commissions, are temporarily prohibited from holding in-person meetings with the public present.


The City’s Response to Street Closures

5/22/20: View a list of FAQs as it relates to closing streets during the ’Stay Home, Stay Healthy’ order.

Redmond Emergency Services

Redmond Police, Fire, and all other essential City of Redmond services remain fully operational. All emergency crews are fully staffed and prepared to respond as necessary and using CDC recommended Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

Changes to Non-Emergency Services

Parking enforcement, as well as noise control limits that could restrict the delivery of goods or cleaning activities, will not be enforced while the emergency declaration is in effect.

Virtual Recreation
Discover a new way to play at home with Parks & Recreations virtual recreation resources. Find ideas for all ages including art, fitness and outdoor activities.

Also check out our public safety team’s virtual activities, including storybooks read by police officers and firefighters, and downloadable coloring projects.

Learn about King County services affected by COVID-19.

Current CancellationsHow to Keep Yourself and Others SafeWhat to Do if Your Are SickHow You Can HelpResources for Individuals & Families ImpactedResources for Businesses ImpactedKnow the FactsParks & Recreation Updates