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Resources for WA-SSA MEMBERS on COVID-19
WA-SSA members - log in and visit the Members Only Documents for valuable tools and information you can use for your day-to-day business.
If you are not yet a WA-SSA member, you still have access to this information
Proclamation by Governor Inslee for Evictions & Related Housing Practices
Proclamation by Governor Inslee for "Stay Safe-Stay Healthy" Rollback of phased reopening
Up to date information available on the State of Washington site
Washington Legislative update - WA-SSA Legislative Update
Self Storage Association visit SSA News
Here you can find national updated information as well as see what is happening at other states throughout our country.
Washington State Dept of Health - https://www.doh.wa.gov/emergencies/coronavirus
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) - https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/
A Message from our president Patrick Reilly
WA-SSA CORONAVIRUS UPDATE
On behalf of everyone at the Washington Self Storage Association (WA-SSA), we urge our members and our fellow Washingtonians to Stay Safe and Stay Home as we work together to stop the spread of the Novel Coronavirus.
As we all know, this is a very fluid situation and information is updated sometimes on an hourly basis. Because it is such a dynamic situation, we are in continued contact with the Governor Jay Inslee’s Office for current information and details, but we encourage you to know to visit the website https://coronavirus.wa.gov/ at any time. Most now know our state is under a four phase reopening plan. By visiting https://coronavirus.wa.gov/ you can be well informed on the phase of your county, as well as other very important safety measures to monitor. In addition, you can visit the Washington State Department of Health https://www/doh.wa.gov/emergencies/coronavirus and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirius/2019-ncov/ for addition information.
WA-SSA is committed to our members and being responsible, thoughtful, and transparent with our decision process. As we green clear direction from the Governor’s Office WA-SSA will email announcements to all members. Our offices are currently practicing social distancing and remote operations, so we ask that you direct any questions or concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
Our hearts are with all of you, especially those who are directly dealing with and caring for someone with COVID-19, as we together navigate this difficult and challenging time. Our focus is, as always, on the health and safety of our members, employees, and their families. WA-SSA is closely monitoring the information and alerts related to the continued spread of the Coronavirus, and will continue to share this information. We cannot wait for the opportunity to see you all again and are looking to the future of our annual conference and trade show.
Lastly, WA-SSA is working with the national SSA and experts to offer some informative webinars. As a member of the WA-SSA, you are an affiliate member of the SSA. You are encouraged to visit the SSA website, https://www.selfstorage.org/About-SSA/SSA-News for information as well as good procedures and practices to get through this difficult time with the pandemic.
We will email you with new webinars so stay tuned.
Stay Safe – Stay Home.
On behalf of the WA-SSA Board – Our very best to all of you,
Patrick Reilly, WA-SSA President
Regular updates are available at the Washington State Department of Commerce, offering information and links to services for Washington State Business. You can also sign up to received regular updates from Washington State Coronavirus Response.
The State of Washington Coronavirus shares multilingual resources for business, workers, you and your family.
Washington State Department of Health offers easy links and information.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention serves as a resource for many questions you or others might have.