COVID-19

The COVID-19 (coronavirus) public health emergency is constantly evolving as more information is learned about it. Snohomish Health District is the city’s primary source for health updates and information regarding COVID-19.  For more information about the COVID-19 virus and Washington State's response and regulations, please check www.coronavirus.wa.gov.

January 8, 2021 Update: 
On January 5, Governor Jay Inslee announced “Healthy Washington — Roadmap to Recovery,” a COVID-19 phased recovery plan. Beginning on January 11, the state will follow a regional recovery approach with every region beginning in Phase 1.

A region’s phase will be determined by the Department of Health in response to four metric requirements.  Phase 1, for the most part, aligns with restrictions current in place for most counties today, with a few key exceptions. Indoor fitness and outdoor entertainment, for example, were both previously prohibited, but will now be permitted with restrictions. To go forward from Phase 1 to Phase 2, regions must meet the metrics as described on the state’s “Roadmap to Recovery” webpage.

City Facilities Update:
During Governor Inslee’s Coronavirus orders, Interim City Hall, the Police Station and the Public Works Shop are closed to the public. The city will continue to process building and development permits, inspect essential construction activities, provide police services and maintain grounds and infrastructure.  

At this time the Recreation Pavilion is open 5:45 a.m. to 6:15 p.m., with reservations and masks only (childcare is an exception). Park trails, the boat launch, fishing pier, off-leash dog park, tennis courts and basketball court are open, subject to gathering and social distancing requirements.  To make a reservation or get more information, please call (425) 776-9173.

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Tuesday Nights Out with MLT Anti-Racist Coalition (ARC)
Join MLT ARC as they highlight local BIPOC-owned restaurants in Mountlake Terrace. Each week they highlight a new restaurant to check out on Tuesday nights, a night known for slow business. Their goal is to both support these businesses and take the time to learn more about the people who bring such delicious food to our community. Visit MLT ARC’s Facebook Page for more information about Tuesday Nights Out.

Mountlake Terrace Food Delivery and Takeout
MLTNews.com list has compiled a directory of Mountlake Terrace Restaurants & Eateries that offer takeout and delivery here. If you’re able to support our local businesses, please do so. For restaurants and eateries, please contact MLTNews.com with any updates.

For Mountlake Terrace Restaurant Owners and Patrons
A new #SupportPugetSoundSmallBiz map helps residents find small businesses providing takeout or delivery in their neighborhood. The map also allows users to search for open small businesses in their neighborhood and navigate directly to their website or third-party delivery service page.

Restaurant, bar, cafe, & Breweries Add Your Location: If you are a business owner and want to add yourself to the map, please email at supportsmallbiz@seattle.gov. To verify that your restaurant is shown in the Restaurant-Owners Tool on the map or to add your business, follow these instructions.