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The best protection is to get vaccinated. Fully vaccinated people can now do more things safely and are helping reduce COVID-19 in the community.  

Gov. Jay Inslee has announced that the existing statewide mask mandate will be expanded to once again include vaccinated individuals in indoor settings. The mask mandate will apply to most all public places across the state, including restaurants, grocery stores, malls and public-facing offices, regardless of vaccination status. COVID-19 transmission is increasing largely due to a corresponding increase in activities, and the spread of the more contagious Delta variant. 

Get tested if you have COVID-19 symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who tests positive.

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As the COVID-19 delta variant continues to spread in King County, Issaquah City Hall will close to in-person services through Sept. 30. Many options are still available online, including virtual Permit Center appointments and auto-pay for utility bills.

Other City facilities will continue to provide modified services:

  • Issaquah Senior Center
    • Hot to-go meals for ages 60+ still provided from noon-12:30 p.m. weekdays.
    • Are you feeling isolated? Call 425-837-3339 and let us know. Our Senior Center staff will call you periodically to check-in, and provide support.
  • Julius Boehm Pool
    • The pool will undergo routine maintenance from Aug. 30-Sept.6. Learn more.
    • Pool usage will return on Sept. 7.
  • Issaquah Community Center
    • Programs, classes and sports will continue to follow best health practice guidance from Public Health — Seattle & King County.
    • Questions and comments can be emailed to Parks staff.
  • Passport services are no longer offered by the City. Please visit the State Department website for information on passports.