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.

Additional COVID-19 reopening guidance for businesses and workers is available here.

Select the column headings in the table below to sort by proclamation number, issue date, title or status.





Number Issued Titlesort descending Status
20-38.2 05/11/2020 COVID-19: Department of Social & Health Services – Facilities Inactive
21-17 10/19/2021 12th Street NE Overpass Damage Inactive
20-54 05/05/2020 Asian gypsy moth Inactive
20-68 08/19/2020 August Wildfires Inactive
21-05.1 03/26/2021 Children and Youth Mental Health Crisis Inactive
21-05 03/15/2021 Children and Youth Mental Health Crisis Inactive
20-07 03/11/2020 COVID-19 Inactive
20-05 02/29/2020 COVID-19 Active
20-06 03/10/2020 COVID-19 Active
20-05 02/29/2020 COVID-19 (Spanish) Active
20-06 03/10/2020 COVID-19 (Spanish) Active
20-07 03/11/2020 COVID-19 (Spanish) Inactive
21.08.01 02/17/2022 COVID-19 Safe Workers Active
21-08.01 02/17/2022 COVID-19 Safe Workers Active
20-08 03/12/2020 COVID-19 School Closures Inactive
21-14 08/09/2021 COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement Inactive
21-14.2 09/27/2021 COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement Inactive
21-14.1 08/21/2021 COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement Inactive
21-14.3 11/24/2021 COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement Amendment Inactive
21-14.4 03/23/2022 COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement Amendment Active

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