Office of Recovery and Resilience
Working toward a swift, community-wide recovery from COVID-19
As we head into the third year of the pandemic, we must transition from COVID-19 response to medium- and long-term economic and community recovery. Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers established the Office of Recovery & Resilience (ORR) to guide the county’s recovery work by ensuring the $160 million in federal pandemic relief the county received is administered quickly and equitably.
Snohomish County will focus on three key areas for recovery investments:
- Housing, homelessness and behavioral health supports
- Economic recovery for businesses, tourism, & workers
- Youth, family, & senior supports including child care, food assistance, & case navigation
Resources for Businesses and Tourism
1.Access to Capital
2.Finding & Training Talent
3.Growing Your Business: Advising, Mentorship, & Research
4.Information & Best Practices
5.Starting Your Business: Access to Lenders
Resources for Residents and Workers
5.Snohomish County Government Jobs
7.Internet Affordability Assistance
Public Health Resources
1.Find a COVID-19 Vaccine or Booster
2.Find a COVID-19 Test
3.Access to All Immunizations
The pandemic has taken an immense toll on our small business community, and they need our support. Snohomish County and our partners at Seattle NorthCountry encourage you to support our Snohomish County businesses all year long! You can also follow @seattlenorthcountry on Facebook and Instagram for regular updates and ideas.
The Office of Recovery & Resilience (ORR) in-person pandemic recovery community event is taking place tomorrow, June 23, at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center in Arlington, from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.... Read on...
Community Event to Provide Feedback on Federal Recovery Funds for Residents of County Council District Three, Including Edmonds, Lynnwood, and Woodway... Read on...
Community Event to Provide Feedback on Federal Recovery Funds for Residents of County Council District Five, Including Gold Bar, Index, Lake Stevens, Monroe, Snohomish, and Sultan Read on...
Community Event to Provide Feedback on Federal Recovery Funds for Residents of County Council District Four, Including Bothell, Brier, Mill Creek, and Mountlake Terrace... Read on...
Executive Dave Somers today announced that the Office of Recovery & Resilience (ORR) and partners are launching a countywide engagement effort to guide investment strategies for the county’s $160 million American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) allocation... Read on...
Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers today announced $5.2 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) investments to support pandemic recovery efforts for small businesses, entrepreneurs, and tourism... Read on...
Executive Dave Somers has appointed Kara Main-Hester, Ph.D., to serve as the Chief Recovery and Resilience Officer for Snohomish County. Main-Hester currently serves as the Deputy Director of the Snohomish County Office of Recovery and Resilience (ORR)... Read on...
The Snohomish County Council today authorized using the authority granted in HB 1590 to increase the stock of affordable housing in Snohomish County... Read on...
Snohomish County Future Workforce Alliance unveiled an innovative Workforce Strategy, a culmination of months of work with experts, businesses, and community leaders to anchor its efforts to become the gold standard in workforce development in the nation Read on...
Today, Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers and County Council Chair Nate Nehring announced a whole-of-government, countywide approach to help local businesses and the workforce... Read on...
SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Wash. – Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers has issued an Executive Order that would help protect grocery supply chains and ensure that grocers are fully operational during the county’s response to COVID-19. Read on...