COVID-19

Essential City services continue without interruption

The health and safety of the community and City employees continues to be our highest priority.

Although City offices are closed to the public, all essential services, including police, fire/emergency medical, and water, sewer and stormwater utility services will continue without interruption. Community Development and Public Works staff continue to work on projects as allowed by state directives, and Municipal Court continues to operate as ordered by the WA Supreme Court.

Information for Residential and Commercial Contractors is available on our Building Division page.

We appreciate your efforts to stay informed.  Please continue to practice social distancing, wash your hands, wear a mask, and stay home if you are sick to stop the spread of COVID-19.  

Clark County in Phase 2 

Clark County has been approved to move to Phase 2 of Safe Start Washington’s reopening plan. See the details here. Businesses approved to reopen in Phase 2 must follow industry-specific guidance issued by the Governor. 

Businesses and industries eligible to reopen in Phase 2 include hair and nail salons, barbershops, real estate, pet grooming and new construction, among others. Retail stores can open for in-store purchases and restaurants can resume dine-in services with limitations on the number of diners.

Safe Start Washington Phased Reopening County-by-County

Governor Inslee’s proclamation transitioning to “Safe Start – Stay Healthy” County-By-County Phased Reopening became effective June 1.  The governor announced the extension of the Safe Start proclamation through August 6. 

COVID-19 Reopening Guidance for Business and Workers (updated July 7, 2020)

Safe Start WA - Phased Reopening

Safe Start WA - Phased Approach County-By-County

Safe Start WA - Modified Physical Distancing Measures. We are currently in Phase 2

Modifying Physical Distancing Measures

WA State Face Covering Requirement

Effective June 26, a statewide order requires individuals to wear a face covering in indoor public spaces such as stores, offices and restaurants. The order also requires face coverings outdoors when you can’t stay 6 feet apart from others. More information, including a list of exemptions, is available within the links below.  

Governor Inslee and Secretary of Health Wiesman announced a statewide requirement for businesses to require face coverings of all employees and customers, effective July 7, 2020.  

Battle Ground Police Chief Mike Fort responds to statewide face mask requirement.

Clark County Public Health
How can I prevent getting COVID-19
COVID-19 Symptoms

If you wish to report business violations of the order, please use WA State Violation of the Governor’s Order form.  

If you would like to file a complaint on an individual or private group, you may do so here.

Washington Department Health  

View the entire series at ASL COVID-19 Series