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King County has purchased 25 million cloth and disposable masks in an effort to provide these critical supplies to our communities as we enter new phases of re-opening in the wake of COVID-19. We are working with Chambers of Commerce, King County Cities, County Councilmembers, Community Organizations, Churches and Faith-Based Organizations, Transit Agencies, Food Banks, Senior Centers, and other key stakeholders to get supplies out to King County residents. Please see below for more information on how to access these supplies.

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Resources for Community and Faith-Based Organizations

Supplies for Chambers of Commerce and Small Businesses

Small business owners and Chambers of Commerce can visit access masks. Orders are available via contact-less pickup and shipping.

Supplies for Community and Faith-Based Organizations

King County has a stock of cloth and disposable masks available for community organizations. Community and faith-based organizations that would like to request masks can contact Michael Padilla Ocampo, Note: to ensure supplies are widely available we are currently only able to take one order per organization.

Supplies for Child Care Providers

King County has partnered with Child Care Resources to get masks and sanitizers out to child care providers across the county. Providers can reach out to their early achievers coach or call 1-800-446-1114 to access supplies.

Resources for Individual Residents

Pop-up events

King County, in partnership with Amazon, will host pop-up distribution events in the community to provide masks to residents across the County. Please see the list below for specific dates and locations. Please check back often as new dates are added.

King County Council Offices

Community members and residents can also contact their King County Councilmember to request masks. Each Council office has received an allotment of 24,000 cloth masks to distribute out in their respective districts. Find full contact information for councilmembers and look up your councilmember here.

Cities and Unincorporated Areas

King County has provided masks to Cities and Unincorporated areas within in the County. Community members can contact their city governments, or the King County Department of Local Services to obtain masks. Many Cities are hosting mask distribution events as well so make sure to check out your City’s social media feeds as well! Please see the list below for details on how to contact your city.

Safeway and UFCW Local 21 Partnership

King County residents can visit any of the 59 Safeway locations in King County to obtain free face masks. Customers can obtain two free reusable masks per person in their household, for up to 12 masks total, while at the checkout stand.

Community partners

See how we are partnering with community organizations to ensure supplies get out to those who need them most.


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