COVID-19 Resources:

A Community Situation Report is released by DEM every day. The report outlines the latest available COVID-19 situation in Jefferson County, latest news and events, available resources, and updates from our leaders. Questions or feedback? Contact us at

Volunteer Opportunities/How to Help:

CLICK HERE for information on how to become a volunteer and how you can help in your community.

Community Face Mask Program:

CLICK HERE for information on how to be a part of the Community Face Mask Program.

In need of assistance during COVID-19:

Fill out OlyCAP’s request for assistance form found here

Governor Inslee Issues Stay at Home Order - 3/23/20 at 5:30PM:

Governor Jay Inslee issued a statewide order for residents to stay at home for the next two weeks.
This IS NOT the same as shelter in place. This order will be in effect until April 8, 2020.
• Emergency services will not be affected by the order, but 911 is, in all situations, for life-threatening emergencies only.


Other information on Stay-at-Home/Stay Healthy:

Effective at midnight on March 25, 2020, all non-essential businesses in Washington State shall cease operations except for performing basic minimum operations. All essential businesses are encouraged to remain open and maintain operations, but must establish and implement social distancing and sanitation measures established by the United States Department of Labor or the Washington State Department of Health Guidelines. This prohibition shall remain in effect until midnight on April 8, 2020, unless extended beyond that date. Click here to access the Governor’s list of Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers, which lists Essential Businesses that will be allowed to remain open.

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office press release on the Governor’s Stay at Home/Stay Safe order can be found here.

Jefferson Healthcare Hospital Nurse Consult Line:

Jefferson Healthcare Hospital consult line staff is available seven days a week 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. Initially, phone staff will ask you COVID-19 information screening questions. Then a nurse will call you back within 48 hours to evaluate respiratory illness health concerns and screen for COVID-19 testing. If you have specific questions about COVID-19, please utilize the resources on the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website. This will allow our team to focus on community members who show symptoms of respiratory illness and screen for COVID-19.

After calling the Nurse Consult Line and after the nurse determines you should be tested, an appointment will be scheduled at either the COVID-19 Evaluation Station or the Drive-thru Testing Station, based on Jefferson Healthcare’s current, established criteria.

Grocery Stores and Restaurants:

Information about the current status of local grocery stores and restaurants can be found on Click on the COVID-19 tab at the top of the page. This information will be updated regularly.

24 Hour Crisis Hotline:

If you need to talk with someone about your concerns during this stressful time call the Local 24 hour Crisis Hotline at:                  1-888-910-0416.


For information about getting help from OlyCAP or volunteering through OlyCAP, log on to

Free Public Wifi Locations:

Click on the link below to see a list of locations in Jefferson County that are offering free Wifi to the public:

Wifi Locations