COVID-19 Information & Updates

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WHAT WE ARE DOING

Despite our closure, we are working to offer services the best we can. We are continuing the Hot Meal Program that serves our most vulnerable and mostly unsheltered neighbors, the work of the PNA Village that attends to elders aging in their own homes, and the launch of the PhinneyWood Business Community Connection online guide to support local businesses in light of COVID-19 distancing guidelines. Our Greenwood Senior Center is connecting with its members and our Whittier Kids childcare is serving our local essential workers free of charge.

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PNA COMMUNICATION

April 6 COVID-19 Closure Update

Due to Governor Inslee’s extension of the “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order, the Phinney Center and the Greenwood Senior Center will remain closed through May 4. We will work to continue essential services during this time and monitor the latest information regarding COVID-19.

 

March 24 COVID Update: Phinney Center Closure

Due to Governor Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order, Phinney Neighborhood Association will extend the Phinney Center closure through at least Wednesday, April 8. We will work to continue essential services during this time and continue to monitor the latest information regarding COVID-19.

 

March 15 COVID-19 Update: All PNA Closure

From: Dar’Nesha Weary, Executive Director
Over the course of the past few weeks, the Phinney Neighborhood Association’s COVID-19 crisis management team has been daily monitoring and responding to the quickly evolving information and guidance regarding novel coronavirus in the Pacific Northwest. We have consulted the Center for Disease Control, Seattle-King County Public Health, and the Seattle Public Schools to review recommendations and have daily reassessed those recommendations in light of our threat matrices. We have also been in regular contact with members of our community and administrators at other local community centers, senior centers, Village service providers, and preschools.

While the Phinney Neighborhood Association does not have a current confirmed case of COVID-19, the Phinney Center will close to the public through at least Tuesday, March 31, and the Greenwood Senior Center will be closed to the public through at least Monday, April 13.

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March 12 COVID-19 Update: Closed for Cleaning March 13 & Gift Card Drive

As a precautionary measure, the Phinney Center will be closed tomorrow, Friday, March 13, for deep cleaning and disinfecting, and the Greenwood Senior will close early. Starting today, we are also launching a gift card drive to support those most vulnerable in our community.

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March 11 COVID-19 Update: Whittier Kids Closure

Per the agreement between the Seattle Public Schools and the PNA, the Whittier Kids Preschool and Before- and After-School Programs will close starting tomorrow, March 12. The Phinney Center remains open at this time and the Greenwood Senior Center will operate on reduced hours.

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March 10, 2020 Important COVID-19 Update

As the situation surrounding the COVID-19 virus rapidly evolves, we want to keep you apprised of some changes to PNA’s schedule and activities, and how PNA is continually responding.

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March 5, 2020 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

The Phinney Neighborhood Association (PNA) shares your concerns about the rapidly evolving and expanding global novel coronavirus (COVID-19). At this time, there are no cases of COVID-19 at PNA operated locations, nor any staff with symptoms.

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March 2, 2020 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

As many of you know, events surrounding the COVID-19 virus are evolving rapidly. The PNA continues to closely monitor the changing situation, both globally and locally. Please read this important message from our Executive Director, Dar’Nesha Weary, about how the PNA is responding to this situation.

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