We are proud to partner with our cities across the County to make masks available to King County residents. Please review the list below for details on how best to contact your city government.
This list will be updated regularly to include contact information for more cities.
The city will distribute masks through school lunch program, food banks, farmers market , and public-facing counters at city facilities; police officers will carry supplies in cars and distribute if they see anyone not wearing one.
Visit the Algona Community Center between 10am-Noon every Wednesday or you can call or email Gary Klein at the City to access cloth masks.
Beaux Arts Village
Visit for information on mask distribution pick up sites and hours of operation: https://bellevuewa.gov/city-news/free-masks and https://bellevuechamber.org/resident-ppe/
Contact Kevin Esping in Emergency Management
The city is distributing masks via Northshore School District's free lunch program, Northshore Senior Center’s meals-on-wheels program and food pick-ups, and directly to elderly population
The city is mailing masks to all residential addresses using Census data
The city will use official city Facebook page to post information on mask distribution
Residents can call Ray Gross for information on how to access masks.
The city is partnering with Lake Washington School District and Senior Programs to get masks out to vulnerable community members.
Call City Hall for more information on how to get masks!
City has a drive up program that runs Tuesdays and Thursdays, and one that will be available Wednesdays. Residents can access information about these programs at: https://www.facebook.com/CityofMilton/photos/a.167260263938026/566029160727799/?type=3&theater
Check the City's Facebook page or email Christina Corrales for more information
The city will do direct distribution to businesses and residents upon request
Email Erin Mitchell to accesss masks
On 7/22, Redmond residents can access free cloth masks and pet food by visiting the Senior Center between 1-4pm. Seniors can arrive as early as 11am to get masks and pet food. If you can't make the event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to make other arrangements.
Through the month of July – while supplies last
o Cloth Mask Distribution:
Wednesday: 4pm – 6pm and
Thursday: 9am – 11am
At Renton Community Center (RCC); drive-thru/pick up at main front entrance (beginning Wednesday 7/1/20)
o Cars will receive up to two (2) packets/ten total (each packet holds 5 masks).
The city will be posting “mask pick-up days” on offical social media channels
Will partner with community organizations to distirbute masks. Partner organizations include: Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church and School, and New Futures Community Center, plus the Senior Program; a community event is also being planned
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Email the City clerk for more information
Residents can pick up free face masks in the Snoqualmie Fire Station downstairs lobby, 37600 SE Snoqualmie Parkway, Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.; masks are also available at the Snoqualmie Police Station, 34825 SE Douglas St, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.; masks are also available through the Snoqualmie Chamber of Commerce, the Church on the Ridge, and Life Community Church
Residents should call Marlus Francis to request masks.
Unincorporated King County
Woodinville has already distributed its masks.
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