COVID-19 Response

As the region works together to combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Fire District 7 continues to assess the situation and plan for our community as well. Today we are still operating at normal staffing conditions. Again, this situation is rapidly changing and we will keep you informed.

As we continue to follow guidelines established with the Stay at Home Order, Snohomish County Fire District 7 remains operational and responding to Emergency Calls, however, we have closed the public access to our Administration Building and all Fire Stations.

Further, Fire District 7 has decided to continue the cancellation of all public events and educational visits into classrooms and station tours, as well as the cancellation of the use of our meeting rooms for public meetings. This cancellation will last until June 1st. We will continue to assess the situation for further cancellations.

Thank you to everyone doing their part in practicing good personal hygiene and social distancing. For additional information about COVID-19 continue to follow Snohomish Health District on Facebook and/or visit their website

Snohomish County Resource List

  • Northsound 2-1-1
    • Ph: 800-223-8145 Provides the most current and comprehensive database of community resources in the State of Washington. Food, shelter, medical resources, mental health, substance abuse, social services, clothing and more.
  • Snohomish County Resource Portal
    • Maps and links to community resources. Includes information on healthcare access, food locations, childcare locations, donations, and volunteer opportunities.
  • Amazon
  • Boys & Girls Clubs
    • Lunch daily from 11:30-12p [also see childcare info below]
  • Costco
    • Open Tu & Th from 8-9a for older adults, pregnant women, compromised individuals.
  • EBT/Food Stamps
  • Fred Meyer
  • Haggen
    • Open Tu & Th from 7-9a for older adults, pregnant women, compromised individuals.
  • Homage – Meals on Wheels
    • Ph: 425-513-1900 phone lines open 0830-1630 5 days of emergency meals for those currently on the plan.
  • Lake Stevens Food Bank
    • Ph: 425-334-3430
      Ebenezer Lutheran Church
      2111 - 117th Ave NE
      Lake Stevens, WA
      Thursdays from 1:30 PM -- 6:00 PM
      Assembly of God Church
      9805 31st Place NE
      Lake Stevens, WA
      Tuesdays: 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
  • Lynnwood Foodbank
    • Open Wednesdays 11a-5p and Fridays 10a-1p #425-745-1635
  • MLT Foodbank
  • Monroe Community Senior Center
    • Ph: 360-794-6359 or email: Contact to add name to list for pickup of lunch at front door between 12-12:30pm M-F
  • Northshore Senior Center
  • Safeway
    • Ph: 360-794-9292 or email Open Tu & Th from 7a-9a for older adults, compromised individuals.
  • School Meal Pickups
    • Everett SD -- Pick up Monday – Friday, from 11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. at Evergreen Middle, Cedar Wood Elementary, Garfield Elementary, Hawthorne Elementary, Jefferson Elementary, Lowell Elementary, and Silver Lake Elementary

      Edmonds SD – Open for ages 1-18, adults can purchase a meal for $5. Over 25 pickup sites, meals are available M-F. Delivery for those who do not have transportation. Place order by midnight for delivery the next day.

      Lake Stevens SD – Free for ages 0-18 between 11:30-1pm at LSMS, North Lake. For delivery call Ph: 425-335-1500 Marysville SD – Meal service via school bus M-F from 11:30-12:30p

      Monroe SD – Ph: 360-804-2500 Free meals from 11:30-1:30p [lunch and breakfast] at Chain Lake, Frank Wagner, Fryelands, Maltby, and Salem.

      Mukilteo SD – Meals include breakfast and lunch from 11:30-1p at Challenger, Horizon, Odyssey, Mariner HS, Columbia, and Serene elementary. Some deliveries can be made with preplanning.

      Snohomish SD – Meals are being delivered along school bus routes. Children 0-18. Breakfast and lunch. Valley View MS has pick up options from 12-12:30pm outside of the gym. Other Snohomish locations include: Aquatic Center 12-1p daily and Snohomish HS 12-1p.

  • Sky Valley Food Bank
    • Ph: 360-794-7959 or email: facility is closed, but volunteers are delivering food and meals directly.
  • Snohomish Food Bank
    • Ph: 360-568-7993 pick up on site 3-6pm Tuesdays, deliveries on Thursdays
  • Store Hours & Coupons
  • Target
    • Open first hour on Wednesdays, for older adults, pregnant women, compromised individuals. Free pick up daily.
  • Volunteers of America VOA
    • Ph: 360-793-2400 Offer drive-up and pick-up meal service, and food bank. Resource center facility is open; “send meals” service accepting applications
  • Walmart
  • Whole Foods
    • Open every day from 8-9am for older adults, pregnant women, compromised individuals.
  • WIC
    • Ph: 1-800-322-2588 WIC clinics are providing services over the phone, rather than in-person.
  • Community Health Plan
    • Ph: 1-866-418-2920 Nurse Advice Line
  • Community Healthcare Access Team (CHAT)
  • Everett Clinic
    • Routine Care: All non-essential in-person routine care is suspended; video visits are available Ph: 425-257-1400

      Urgent Care: M-F 7a-7:30p; Sat & Sun 8am-5pm: for COVID/Flu concerns. Bothell, Gunderson Bldg (Everett), Harbour Pointe, Marysville, Shoreline, Smokey Pointe. For non-Flu/COVID-19, call to schedule an appointment Ph: 425-257-1400

  • Evergreen Health Monroe
    • Ph: 360-217-1155 Online physician appointment, virtual medicine
  • Medical Insurance -- Question
    • Washington Health Benefit Exchange is reminding Washingtonians who have seen a change in income to visit Washington or www.WAPlanfinder app to see if they could qualify for additional savings on their premiums as well as be eligible for free or lowcost coverage through Washington Apple Health.
  • Multi-Care
  • Providence Monroe
  • Lake Stevens Sewer District
    • Ph: 425-334-3700
      Caring by Sharing Program, Administered by Lake Stevens Assembly of God
      Ph: 425-334-8588, Lake Stevens Sewer District Rate Reduction Program
  • LIHEAL/Snohomish County Energy Assistance
  • Project Pride
    • Ph: 425-374-1243 Assists with past due accounts for PUD
  • PSE Natural Gas
    • PSE will work with our customers on options such as payment plans and choosing a new bill due date
  • Puget Sound Energy / Energy Assistance Program
    • Ph: 425-388-3880
      Provides for one-time heating season assistance (oil, natural gas, wood, propane, or electric)
      They will work with customers on options such as payment plans and choosing a new bill date.
  • Snohomish County PUD
    • Ph: 425-783-1000 The PUD wants to help each customer with his/her individual needs. Any customer in need can call PUD Customer Service representatives to help make payment arrangements. The PUD will not disconnect customers for late payment at this time but advises customers to continue regular payments to avoid falling behind. The PUD offers discount programs for income-qualified customers. These programs include provisions to help in situations of sudden job loss.
  • St. Vincent de Paul
    • Ph: 425-355-3504 Offering Rental and utility payment assistance
  • Homage
    • Ph: 425-513-1900 phone lines open 0830-1630 DART and TAP busses are operating as usual only to essential and medical appointments.
  • Monroe Community Senior Center
    • Ph: 360-794-6359; email contact to schedule a ride for essential transportation M-F
  • Pioneer Human Services LYFT Partnership
    • Ph: 425-420-3802 Pioneer Human Services (PHS) is pleased to announce that a partnership with Lyft has created the opportunity for a limited number of rides for medical appointments and to meet critical needs such as seniors getting to grocery stores and pharmacies. Please contact PHS for ride codes and more information.
  • Cascade Community Church
    • Ph: 206-486-2681 Provides Emergency assistance or become a volunteer to those in need in the Monroe community. Generosity Project (call or inquire on facebook page)
  • Childcare
  • Childstrive
    • Ph: 425-353-5656 From the website it does not look like they are offering services other than Telehealth for current clients.
  • Cornerstone Cares
    • Free online learning for COVID-19 prevention, promoting selfcare & managing stress, and more. Visit Webpage
  • Hand in Hand
  • Homage
    • Ph: 425-513-1900 phone lines open 0830-1630 DART and TAP busses are operating as usual only to essential and medical appointments.
  • Lake Stevens Chamber of Commerce
  • Monroe Chamber of Commerce
  • Red Cross
  • Take the Next Step
    • Ph: 360-794-1022 Offering Food, School Work related delivery Services; resource guide to needed service
  • Unemployment
Please contact your insurance company and lender directly to discuss options.
  • Allstate: 15% off April and May premiums
  • Ally Loan Payments: loan payments can be deferred for up to 120 days
  • American Family Insurance: returning $50 to its customers, per vehicle
  • Amica Mutual Insurance: penalty-free grace period through Tuesday, June 2, 2020
  • Auto-Owners Insurance: plans to announce a special COVID-19 premium refund program in the near future to assist personal auto customers
  • Bank of America Loan Payments: offering payment deferrals
  • BECU: offering payment relief, loans, and other resources
  • Citi: offering payment deferrals for credit cards and personal loans for 2 statement cycles*
  • Chase Loan Payments: offering auto loan and lease, credit card, and mortgage payment assistance
  • Esurance: offering most customers will get a payback of 15% of monthly auto insurance premiums during April and May
  • Farmers Insurance: will not cancel due to non-payment through May 1, 2020; due dates for policies up for renewal extended until at least May 1
  • Geico: offering a credit in the same amount for customers who renew their policies before Oct.7, or on any newly purchased policies
  • Key Bank: payment deferrals, loan assistance for existing customers, suspended repossessions-vehicles, residential property foreclosures, & evictions
  • Liberty Mutual/Safeco: 15% discount on auto premiums for the next two months
  • Nationwide: providing a $50 refund to personal auto policy members
  • Progressive: will not cancel or non-renew any active policies due to non-payment thru May 15, 2020; auto insurance holders 20% credit for April/May
  • StateFarm: Good Neighbor Relief will return $2 billion in dividends to auto insurance customers. Most customers will see a 25% policy credit Travelers: 15% credit on their April/May premiums; suspending cancellation/nonrenewal of coverage due to nonpayment thru May 15, 2020
  • USAA: auto insurance holders will get a 20% credit on two months of premiums
  • Washington Federal Mortgage Lender: monthly mortgage payments can be deferred for three months
  • Wells Fargo Loan Payments: suspended residential property foreclosure sales, evictions, and involuntary automobile repossessions.
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Our biggest priority during the COVID-19 pandemic is keeping firefighters and everyone in our community safe. That's why you will now see firefighters wearing a mask, gown, gloves and goggles on every medical call we respond to, whether or not a patient is showing respiratory symptoms.

We're protecting you by trying to limit the potential spread of illness.

You can do your part to keep everyone healthy by staying home. If you must leave home, stay six feet away from others at all times.