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
15-06 04/21/2015 State of Emergency (European gypsy moth) Active
15-05 04/16/2015 State of Emergency (King and Pierce Counties) Inactive
15-04 03/11/2015 State of Emergency (Pierce County) Inactive
15-03 02/27/2015 State of Emergency (Rain Storms) Inactive
15-02 01/30/2015 State of Emergency (Rain Storms - Amended to add Cowlitz County) Inactive
15-01 01/07/2015 State of Emergency (Rain Storms - Extended) Inactive
14-14 12/29/2014 State of Emergency (Rain Storms - Extended) Inactive
14-13 12/10/2014 State of Emergency (Rain Storms) Inactive
14-12 08/27/2014 State of Emergency (Okanogan County mudslides) Inactive
14-11 08/22/2014 State of Emergency (Eastern Washington - Burn Ban Extension) Inactive
14-10 08/15/2014 State of Emergency (Eastern Washington - Burn Ban Extension) Inactive
14-09 08/08/2014 State of Emergency (Eastern Washington - Burn Ban Extension) Inactive
14-08 08/01/2014 Extending Hours for Fuel Truck Drivers Inactive
14-07 08/01/2014 State of Emergency (Eastern Washington - Re-extend Burn Ban) Inactive
14-06 07/25/2014 State of Emergency (Eastern Washington - Extend Burn Ban) Inactive
14-05 07/20/2014 State of Emergency (Eastern Washington, Amended - Burn Ban) Inactive
14-04 07/15/2014 State of Emergency (Eastern Washington) Inactive
14-03 04/03/2014 State of Emergency - Grays Harbor, King, Lewis, Lincoln, and Pierce counties Inactive
14-02 03/22/2014 Snohomish County Landslide Inactive
14-01 01/17/2014 Yakama Nation Retrocession Active

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