Don’t Call 911 To Report COVID-19 Violations In Everett

November 24, 2020

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Don’ call police or fire to report COVID-19 rule violations.

Everett Police have issued a reminder that 911 is not the number to call if you want to report people or businesses violating COVID-19 restrictions put in place by State and local authorities.

Here is what EPD had to say on their Facebook Page Tuesday afternoon.

COVID-19 complaints of social gatherings, businesses or organizations not following state and local guidelines can be reported to the Snohomish Health District by email at EHQuestions@snohd.org, by phone to 425-339-5250 or local residents can report online to the City of Everett at https://bit.ly/35ZAPqs

Save 911 for emergencies – To report a crime or contact an officer:
-Non-emergency: 425-407-3999
-Emergency: 911 for crimes in-progress, ongoing community threat, or injuries

Help protect yourself, your loved ones & community members:
• Wear a mask
• Stay 6 apart
• Avoid large gatherings
• Wash your hands
• Stay informed
• Telecommute if possible
• Stay home if sick

Learn more, get information, find resources, and get the latest COVID-19 updates:
• Snohomish Health District: snohd.org/NCOV2019
• Washington State Department of Health: doh.wa.gov/coronavirus
• Center for Disease Control (CDC): cdc.gov/coronavirus
• Washington State coronavirus response: coronavirus.wa.gov
• Governor Jay Inslee’s Office: governor.wa.gov/COVID19

Everett Police also added the reminder that both the north and south precincts are closed to the public and they ask that non-emergency contacts be made by calling 425-407-3999.



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