Proclamations

Proclamations are formal public declarations from the governor. Often proclamations declare states of emergency or call the legislature into a special session. Proclamations on this page are unique from the ceremonial proclamations issued by the governor’s office.

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Numbersort ascending Issued Title Status
20-26.5 07/02/2020 COVID-19: Liquor and Cannabis Board Active
20-26.4 06/18/2020 Liquor and Cannabis Board Active
20-26.3 05/29/2020 COVID-19: Liquor and Cannabis Board Active
20-26.2 05/05/2020 COVID-19: Liquor and Cannabis Board Active
20-26.1 04/23/2020 COVID-19: Extension - Liquor and Cannabis Board Active
20-26 03/24/2020 COVID-19: LCB Penalties Active
20-25.3 05/04/2020 COVID-19: Modificatión y Extensión "Quedate en Casa – Mantente Sano" Hasta el 31 de Mayo de 2020 Active
20-25.2 04/27/2020 COVID-19: Actualizacion de Orden "Quedate en Casa – Mantente Sano" Hasta el 4 de Mayo de 2020 Active
20-25.14 07/01/2021 COVID-19: Washington Ready Active
20-25.13 05/21/2021 COVID-19: Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery Active
20-25.12 01/11/2021 COVID-19: Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery Active
20-25.11 01/11/2021 COVID-19: “Stay Safe – Stay Healthy” Rollback of county-by-county phased reopening responding to a COVID-19 outbreak surge Active
20-25.10 12/21/2020 COVID-19: Stay Safe, Stay Healthy Active
20-25.1 04/02/2020 COVID-19: Stay Home, Stay Healthy extension Active
20-25.1 04/24/2020 COVID-19: Implementación del Reinicio de la Construcción Fase 1 Active
20-25.1 04/02/2020 COVID-19: Prolongacion de "Quedate en Casa – Mantente Sano" Hasta el 4 de Mayo de 2020 Active
20-25.1 04/24/2020 COVID-19: Addendum to Proclamation 20-25 Implementation of Phase 1 Construction Restart Active
20-25.09 12/10/2020 COVID-19: Stay Safe, Stay Healthy Active
20-25.08 11/15/2020 COVID-19: Stay Safe - Stay Healthy" Active
20-25.07 07/24/2020 COVID-19: “Safe Start - Stay Healthy” County-by-County Phased Reopening Active

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