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COVID-19 Business Resources

The City is acutely aware of the impacts to local businesses and non-profits from COVID-19. They have established an internal COVID-19 business response team, and, in collaboration with partners around the region and at the federal level we are exploring every avenue possible to bring support to our businesses. 

Please reach out if you have any questions about resources, or if the City can in any way be of assistance.


Updated 1/19/2021 

Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery:

Governor Inslee implemented a new plan, Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery, on January 11. This new path forward allows us to balance fighting COVID-19 and saving lives with safely reopening the economy and vaccinating as many people as possible. 

Regions across the state, including King County, are now in Phase 1 of the plan. To move to Phase 2 of the Healthy Washington plan and reopen more businesses and activities, our region must meet four metrics associated with regional hospital capacity and admissions, case rates and test positivity.

Read the Governor's announcement for more details.

    Protect Our Community:

    • Wear face coverings when you go out and inside when gathering with anyone who is not a member of your household.
    • Maintain six feet of distance.
    • Wash your hands or use sanitizing gel frequently.
    • Improve ventilation in indoor spaces by opening windows when possible.
    • Get tested at the first sign of illness.

    It’s still safest to stay home. To prevent spread of COVID-19 among counties, stay local.  

    Latest updates:

    • Vaccine information:  As of 1/19/2021, Washington is in Phase 1b - tier 1 of vaccine distribution. Visit findyourphasewa.org to check your COVID-19 vaccine eligibility. The Washington State Department of Health list of vaccine locations is available on their website. ICHS-Shoreline is listed as a resource for vaccination appointments in Shoreline. Additional vaccine information is available on the Department of Health website.
    • Playgrounds are now open!  Please see the City Parks and Recreation tab below for other changes to recreation facility openings.
    • Remote Learning Camps - The City of Shoreline is offering weekly remote learning camps for students in all grades in the Shoreline School District. FREE for qualifying families. Payment plans and scholarships are available. Learn more on the Remote Learning Camps page.

    • COVID-19 Testing: If you have a primary care physician, please ask their office about testing availability. Public Health - Seattle and King County maintains a list of free testing locations that are open to anyone. The closest location for Shoreline residents is a site hosted by the City of Seattle at 12040 Aurora Ave N., Seattle, WA 98133. Make a reservation online or by phone at (206) 684-2489.

    Other COVID-19 Resources

    COVID-19 Shoreline Business Resources


    World Health Organization

    Washington State Governors Office

    Washington Department of Heath

    Washington State Employment Security Department

    Washington State Labor and industries

    Washington State insurance Commissioner

    Small Business Administration


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    Upcoming Chamber events

    Tuesday, January 26, 2021 7:30 AM • ZOOM Meeting
    Wednesday, February 10, 2021 11:30 AM • ZOOM Meeting

    Recapping the After Hours from September 29th

    On the evening of Tuesday September 29th, the City of Shoreline, Shoreline Chamber of Commerce, Port of Seattle and Black Fret presented another session of Shoreline After Hours. This episode focused on marketing strategies for music, culture and business.

    Watch the Full Video HERE

    The evening featured music publicist and gallery owner Laurie Kearney in conversation with Black Fret executive director Ben London as they discussed marketing strategies for music, culture and business. Shoreline Economic Development Program Manager Nathan Daum kicked off the evening and welcomed the guests. From there the discussion focused on Kearney’s work as a music publicist at Riot Act Media, founding Capitol Hill’s Ghost Gallery in 2006 and co-coordinating the monthly  Capitol Hill Art Walk . The evening combined an overview of Kearney’s work with tangible tips for promoting music and cultural events across various marketing channels.

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