Navigating COVID-19: Information for Conservation Districts

Last updated: February 3, 8:53 a.m.

Conservation districts, the Washington State Conservation Commission, and the Washington Association of Conservation Districts are navigating the state’s COVID-19 response together.

Use the menu on the left to find resources and answers to FAQs. These have been compiled to help CDs prepare for and mitigate impacts to operations. We'll add and revise content as the situation changes. See the "What's new?" box below for recent updates.

What's new?

Check here for recently updated information.

  • A post updated by the Municipal Research Services Center (MRSC) on 1/28/21 indicates that local governments in a Phase 2 region of the state, according to the Healthy Washington Roadmap, may include an in-person component to open public board meetings in addition to providing remote participation access. All current safety guidelines and requirements for businesses and employers are still in full effect, including social distancing, use of face coverings, and limiting office capacity to 25%.


  • Other questions about potential impacts to CD operations? Please contact your Regional Manager.
  • General questions about emergency preparedness and response? Please contact Bill Eller.
  • Have you found other resources that you think should be on this page? Please contact Laura Johnson.