The City of Spokane Valley is monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic to ensure helpful information is shared and necessary steps are taken to promote the safety of residents and employees. In addition to sharing information on this webpage, the city is utilizing Facebook and Twitter to provide updated news.
August 18 - Gov. Inslee announces indoor mask mandate will begin Monday, Aug. 23 statewide.
July 16 - Washington reaches 70% vaccination rate milestone.
June 30 - Gov. Inslee announced that the state has reopened. All industry sectors may return to usual capacity and operations, with limited exceptions for large indoor events (any event with more than 10,000 simultaneous participants in an indoor, enclosed space). View updated guidance.
June 24 - Gov. Inslee today announced a “bridge” proclamation today between the eviction moratorium and the housing stability programs put in place by the State Legislature. The bridge is effective July 1 through Sept. 30.
May 21 - Gov. Inslee updates Healthy Washington proclamation and announces safe worker protections with guidance for employers.
May 13 - Gov. Inslee announces statewide reopening date of June 30 and that all counties will move to Phase 3 of the state's Roadmap to Recovery plan effective May 18. In addition, K-12 students will return to full-time, in-person learning in the fall.
May 12 - Gov. Inslee issued a statement that teens ages 12-15 can now be vaccinated in Washington State. On May 10, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized the use of vaccine in 12- to 15-year olds and the CDC affirmed the decision on May 12.
Business Guidance, Regional Status and What's Open
Impacts to city services
Resources for businesses
Community services and activities
Spokane Valley restaurant takeout and delivery options
View the COVID-19 Town Hall ( recorded April 8, 2020)
View Mayor's Northwest Passages interview (posted April 4, 2020)
View Mayor's Facebook Live update (recorded March 31, 2020)
To learn more about the symptoms of COVID-19, how to proceed if you are feeling ill, and recent health and safety recommendations, visit these websites:
To find out the current operating schedule of the K-12 public school in Spokane Valley visit these links below:
Greater Spokane Emergency Management
State of Washington
Spokane Regional Health District
Questions about Local Resources