Restaurant Revitalization Fund:  What you need to know
Restaurant Revitalization Fund: What you need to know

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND UPDATES FAQ on the Restaurant Revitalization Fund (National Restaurant Association - PDF Updated April 9) FAQ on the Restaurant Revitalization Fund (National Restaurant Association -Online) Restaurant Revitalization Fund: What you need...

[Toolkit] Restaurant Revitalization Fund
[Toolkit] Restaurant Revitalization Fund

Help is on the way! The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 established the $28.6 billion Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF) to provide grants for restaurants that have sustained financial losses due to the coronavirus pandemic. This vital source of emergency funding...

12-month payment plans available for 2020 property taxes
12-month payment plans available for 2020 property taxes

On April 16, Gov. Jay Inslee signed House Bill 1332, which provides property tax relief to businesses ahead of the April 30 deadline. The bill requires counties to offer payment plans to businesses for 2020 tax obligations. Counties will be prohibited from charging...

Governor signs bill extending cocktails to go and other LCB allowances
Governor signs bill extending cocktails to go and other LCB allowances

It’s official – Washington state restaurants will be able to sell beer, wine and cocktails to go until July 1, 2023. The extension of the temporary rule change comes from the passage of House Bill 1480, the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB) agency-request legislation, which Governor Inslee signed into law on April 14.

Foodservice guidelines for all phases
Foodservice guidelines for all phases

In preparation for Phase 3 of Washington state’s Healthy Washington – Roadmap to Recovery Plan to start statewide on March 22, the Governor’s Office has released rules eating and drinking establishments will need to follow.

Rules for bowling in Phases 2 and 3
Rules for bowling in Phases 2 and 3

Under the governor’s Healthy Washington—Roadmap to Recovery plan, some counties in Washington have moved back to Phase 2. If you are a bowling alley in one of those counties, here’s what you need to know.

Movie theater rules for Phases 2 and 3
Movie theater rules for Phases 2 and 3

On April 16, three counties move back into Phase 2 of the governor’s Healthy Washington—Roadmap to Recovery Plan.
In Phase 2, movie theaters can operate at 25% capacity, or 200 people, whichever is fewer, if everyone can maintain six feet of physical distancing.

Rules for golf
Rules for golf

Some counties in Washington are moving back to Phase 2 under the governor’s Healthy Washington—Roadmap to Recovery plan.
If you are operating a golf course in one of those counties, here are the guidelines you need to know.

Three counties move back to Phase 2 starting Friday
Three counties move back to Phase 2 starting Friday

Today, Gov. Jay Inslee announced that three Washington counties will move back to Phase 2, based on the Healthy Washington—Roadmap to Recovery metrics. The three counties are: Cowlitz Pierce Whitman The three counties will move back to Phase 2 starting on Friday,...