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Mail Membership Forms to:
Edmonds Senior Center
PO Box 717
Edmonds, WA 98020
COVID Policy Effective March 12th
In response to Governor Inslee’s announcement that statewide mask orders will be ending for most indoor settings March 12th, masks will be optional at the EWC effective on that date. The Governor’s announcement also states that masks will still be required in health care settings. As a result, masks will be required for providers and recipients of EWC health & wellness services. Proof of vaccines will no longer be required for program participants.
Masks will be optional while in the EWC
Proof of Vaccine will no longer be required
We appreciate your patience. This has been difficult for all of us who are anxious to get back to normal. With safety of our staff, members, and visitors as our top priority this policy may change based on guidance from the Governor’s office, CDC, or Snohomish Health District in response to the course of COVID infections or new variants.
Daniel Johnson, CEO Julaine Fleetwood, EWC Board Chair
Senior Center programs will be brought back in stages. All 60+ programs will be back in the building after the first of the year. Program hours are 8am-4pm, Monday through Friday.
Please check our newsletter for current program offerings! Just click on the “news” icon at the top of the page to open our newsletter PDF.
On January 22nd the Edmonds Senior Center, in partnership with the Snohomish Health District and Anesis Spine & Pain Care, offered a COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic. One hundred vaccines were administered by a team of nurses to vulnerable seniors and essential volunteers who are members of the Senior Center.
We do not know if or when we will get additional vaccines. We are working with the Snohomish County Health District on getting designated as a community COVID Vaccine Site. This is an involved process with no guarantees. We recommend you contact your healthcare professional about getting a vaccine. We will contact members and make a public announcement if we offer another clinic.
You can check on availability for drive-thru vaccine sites here https://snohomish-county-coronavirus-response-snoco-gis.hub.arcgis.com/pages/covid-19-vaccine
For those without a computer or internet access, the Snohomish Health District call center is available to help with appointments at 425-339-5279.
We offer more than 70 programs, classes and activities. Whether you are interested in music, art, current events, games or languages we have something to offer you. Our newsletter has a complete listing of all of our program offerings. Click the “News” link at the top of this page to open a pdf.
Exercise, eating healthy and keeping yourself mentally fit is the key to your overall well-being.
Volunteering is a meaningful way to make a difference in your community. Volunteers are at the heart of the Edmonds Waterfront Center. Come join us, we have plenty of volunteer opportunities in a variety of sizes.