Important Update Regarding Your Assignment in the Everett Area

Your safety and well-being is very important to us.  This information is provided to keep you up-to-date on important information regarding your assignment.

On Friday, March 20, 2020 Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin issued a mayoral directive asking all Everett citizens and businesses to stay home to stop the spread of Covid-19.

This directive is effective Monday, March 23, 2020.

This directive requests, among other things, that:

  • Certain retail businesses close
  • Limits be placed on outdoor areas
  • Certain public facilities close
  • Errands be limited to those that support their health and safety
  • People practice social distancing

Very importantly, this directive states that work that can be done remotely, should be done remotely. The order also calls upon “non-essential” employment activities to be done remotely.

If you are on an assignment where your work cannot be done remotely, you can still report to work.

If you do not feel comfortable reporting to work or if you are experiencing illness, please contact your local branch office immediately.

If you do continue to report to work, please practice good hygiene and social distancing.


  • Try to maintain 6 feet of space between you and your nearest co-worker.
  • Do not share utensils, cups, tools without disinfecting.
  • Do not touch your face without first washing and/or disinfecting your hands even if you are wearing gloves.
  • Cover your cough.
  • Wash your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds.
  • Do not come to work if you are sick—please call us first.

You can find more information about the Mayor’s directive here.