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Phased Reopening

Washington State is following a phased reopening to resume business, recreational and social activities.

King County is now in Phase 2 under the state’s phased reopening of business, recreational and social activities. See what activities and business are now allowed. New regulations were also announced July 23 that include:

  • Only dining indoors at restaurants with those in your household.
  • No receptions are allowed at weddings/funerals.
  • Indoor fitness services are limited.

See a map of what businesses are currently open or closed here in Issaquah.

Please do your part to keep everyone healthy, and help slow the spread of COVID-19 in King County. Staying home is still safest. Avoiding large group gatherings, and stay six feet away from others.

Directive to Wear Face Coverings

Face coverings are required statewide in all common spaces outside of your home (with some exemptions). Learn more online.

Businesses are also required to ensure their customers or clients are wearing face coverings.

Mayor’s Messages

  1. Parks  Reopening plan
  2. City closures
  3. Testing
  4. COVID-19 Overview
  5. county facility
  6. TRANSLATIONS

Parks Reopening V8

Parks staff continue to use guidance from King County Public Health on opening parks and amenities.

Learn what’s currently open or closed via this chart.

Do not congregate when visiting parks or using play fields. Organized athletic games, practices and pickup games are not permitted.  

During such a high-stress time, our parks and trails provide well-needed connections to the outdoors and opportunities for physical activity. As you enjoy our public spaces, please be safe and:

  • Practice physical distancing, and avoid close contact with others.
  • Take all belongings and trash home (“pack it in, pack it out”).
  • Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your face.
  • Stay home if you are sick.

If you plan to hike, please also be prepared with essential items and practice safe behaviors. King County Search and Rescue volunteers may also be impacted by this health crisis, meaning response time could be longer than normal.