Personal Protective Equipment for Businesses and Families

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SIGN UP to Receive Free Business PPE Here!

The City is committed to protecting the public health and helping businesses recover from COVID-19 by making it easy to obtain masks, gloves, and other personal protective equipment (PPE).

Currently, eligible businesses can sign up to receive PPE (masks, gloves, thermometors, hand sanitizer, and sneeze guards) free of charge. Pick-up will occur at the end of June. Scroll down to learn more about this program.

In addition to the PPE available to businesses, the City has received cloth masks from King County to distribute to residents. While distribution efforts have largely been focused on seniors and residents of multi-family complexes, the City has also provided masks to the general public. At our first mask distribution event at the Woodinville Haggen on June 24, we gave out over 2500 masks. Announcements of future mask distribution events will be made here on Engage Woodinville and the City's Facebook and Twitter pages.

SIGN UP to Receive Free Business PPE Here!

The City is committed to protecting the public health and helping businesses recover from COVID-19 by making it easy to obtain masks, gloves, and other personal protective equipment (PPE).

Currently, eligible businesses can sign up to receive PPE (masks, gloves, thermometors, hand sanitizer, and sneeze guards) free of charge. Pick-up will occur at the end of June. Scroll down to learn more about this program.

In addition to the PPE available to businesses, the City has received cloth masks from King County to distribute to residents. While distribution efforts have largely been focused on seniors and residents of multi-family complexes, the City has also provided masks to the general public. At our first mask distribution event at the Woodinville Haggen on June 24, we gave out over 2500 masks. Announcements of future mask distribution events will be made here on Engage Woodinville and the City's Facebook and Twitter pages.

  • Mask Distribution Event: November 18, 4:00 pm at Woodinville Target & Haggen

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    15 Jul 2020
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    On November 18, from 4-5:30 pm at both Woodinville Target and Haggen, City personnel and volunteers will be handing out reusable, washable fabric masks to Woodinville residents. Masks are required in public throughout Washington State.

    Know before you go:

    • Masks are made of cloth and are both washable and reusable.
    • Masks are limited to 2 per member of household.
      • Members of the household do not all need to be present
    • Mask distributors will be in full PPE (personal protective equipment) for your protection.
    • While we expect to have enough masks for everyone, this event is first-come, first-served.
  • Free Masks at Safeway!

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    16 Nov 2020
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    Need face masks? King County has you covered! Visit any of the 59 Safeway locations in King County to pick up two free masks for each member of your household.

  • Personal Protective Equipment Now Available for Woodinville Businesses

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    25 Jun 2020
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    The City of Woodinville has a new program to distribute Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to Woodinville businesses to support economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. The program will provide cloth masks, hand sanitizer, thermometers, gloves, and sneeze guards free of charge to eligible Woodinville businesses that have been adversely impacted by COVID-19.

    Many businesses are struggling to find and afford the personal protective equipment they need to operate safely as the state starts to reopen. As King County moves into Phase 2 and more businesses look to restart operations and expand capacity, some may be constrained by their ability to acquire necessary PPE for safe and compliant operations. To support the Woodinville business community and to keep city residents safe, eligible business can apply to receive PPE directly through the City’s new PPE Acquisition Program.

    Supplies will be provided to program participants at no cost to businesses. Participants are limited to receiving PPE supplies one time only. To apply, please complete this online form.

    The City is in need volunteers to help with order fulfillment and distribution of PPE supplies. If interested in volunteering your time to support the PPE Acquisition Program, please contact Diana Hart at dianah@ci.woodinville.wa.us. For general questions about the program, please contact Blaine Fritts at blainef@ci.woodinville.wa.us.