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Grant Count Emergency Management COVID-19 Updates


The Grant County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is currently activated in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic.  The EOC is a command and control center that coordinates response among all county first response agencies and is the local point of contact for State and Federal resources.


Grant County Daily Situation Briefings



Enhancing the wellbeing of our Community Members

ENGLISH v1.2 PDF      SPANISH v1.2 PDF     



Governor Inslee has issued a "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order for Washington State for the next two weeks.  This proclamation will require that Washingtonians to stay home unless they need to pursue an essential activity, bans all gatherings for social, spiritual and recreational purposes, and closes all businesses except for Essential Businesses. 


Information links related to this proclamation can be found below:


Governor's Full announcement


List of Essential Businesses and Workers: PDF DOWNLOAD LINK 


What's Open and What's Closed





Grant County Sheriff's Office:

 COVID-19 The Role of Law Enforcement

Law enforcement’s primary role is to help educate people about how to comply with orders to not gather together, to stay at home, and other restrictions. Law enforcement is not being asked to detain, arrest, ticket or establish checkpoints for compliance. Rumors of strict law enforcement or “martial law” are simply not true.

Our communities have shown they understand the severity of the situation and most everyone is doing all they can already to keep themselves, their families, and neighbors safe and healthy.

Our deputies are not going around different neighborhoods and areas checking to see if people are out when they shouldn’t be. We understand some people need to carry out tasks related to life essentials such as:

• Safety and security
• Food, water, shelter
• Health and medical
• Energy (power and fuel)
• Communications
• Transportation

Law enforcement agencies do not have any desire to make any arrests or take anybody to jail for violations of pandemic restrictions. We continue to urge voluntary compliance.

The primary role of law enforcement related to pandemic restrictions is engagement and education: engaging with and educating citizens about how to keep themselves safe, how to keep their families safe, and most importantly, to keep the rest of the community safe, especially our vulnerable populations.



Moses Lake Sand Dunes are open for day use.

The Beverly Dunes remain closed for camping, but are now open for day use.



Grant County Economic Development Council:

Small Business Administration Disaster Loans Guidance and Applications

the Grant County Economic Development Council is assisting local small businesses in the application process for SBA Disaster Loans for businesses impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic.  Click the above link for more details!



Current Declarations and Proclamations:



Presidential Disaster Declaration 3/13/2020


Washington State:

Statewide Limitation on Gatherings

Statewide Limit on Food/Beverage Service and Areas of Congregation

Statewide K-12 School Closures

Full Governor's Proclamations List


Grant County:

Grant County Board of County Commissioner's Emergency Declaration

City of Moses Lake Emergency Proclamation



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