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Town Services Continue to be Re-instated, Some Construction Resumes
May 24, 2020
Governor Inslee recently released his four-phase approach to relaxing his Stay-Home order. In response, the Town of Beaux Arts Village is modifying our partial closure. We remain commited to minimizing face-to-face interactions with staff and to practicing the social distancing recommended by Public Health.
Until our area enters Phase 3, public meetings will continue to be held remotely, will be restricted to business that is routine and necessary and will not include public hearings. Phase 3, which we expect to begin in mid- to late June, allows gatherings of no more than 50 people; at that time, the schedule for resuming public meetings and hearings will be announced. Because the Town has no Town Hall and depends on private residents to host its public meetings, this decision will be based on the availability of hosts and their willingness to open their homes to the public. Until then, all public meetings will include an option for public "attendance" by phone, and each meeting agenda will include instructions for connecting.
Construction activity has restarted for projects that were underway before the shut down; contractors are required to work with the Building Official to document their plans for maintaining a safe worksite. In addition, the Building Department is accepting permit applications, payments, etc. either online or by mail. To protect the safety of our residents and staff, no in-person submittals will be accepted until further notice. Please contact the Building Department for more info.
Please be assured that ALL emergency services, such as police and fire, remain active and in full force. In addition, there are no impacts to utilities, including the Beaux Arts Water Department, at this time.
Sound Transit - South Bellevue Construction Alert
April 01, 2020
Visit Sound Transit's East Link Extension page for the latest information about Sound Transit construction on the Eastside, including the South Bellevue travel corridor.
COVID-19 / Coronavirus Resources
March 04, 2020
King County is responding to the emergence of COVID-19 (coronavirus) in our community and has activated the King County Emergency Operations Center to support Public Health, as well as to help coordinate the work of cities across King County.
Please visit our COVID-19 Special Notices / Information page for links to various websites that support these efforts and other useful information.
Most importantly, if you believe you have been exposed to or have symptoms of COVID-19:
- Call your doctor – Do not go into the medical facility
- Your doctor will make an assessment about next steps. If it is determined that you should be screened for COVID-19, your doctor will contact King County Public Health to make arrangements for screening.
- Take all appropriate precautions. If you are sick, stay home! Wash your hands often, and do not touch your face.