Unfortunately, HPAC’s March meeting, which was to be an open house with SDOT on the proposed solutions for the Highland Park Way and SW Holden Intersection, is canceled.
As with most public events and meetings, HPAC is following the guidance of Public Health, City and State officials, which is postpone, reschedule or cancel.
There may be a possibility for an online only forum and/or presentation in March, but we are still waiting to hear back from SDOT. If this is an option, we will send out the information, but for now, it is tentatively reschedule for our April 22nd meeting.
HPAC Executive Committee
Information on the newest guidance regarding public event and gatherings as follows:
Large events and gatherings
Under the Health Officer’s order in King County:
- Events with more than 250 attendees are prohibited.
- Public events with fewer than 250 attendees are prohibited, unless event organizers can take steps to minimize risk. Event organizers must ensure that:
- Older and vulnerable individuals have been encouraged not to attend
- Recommendations for social distancing and limiting close contact are met
- Employees or volunteers leading an event are screened for symptoms each day
- Proper hand washing, sanitation, and cleaning is readily available
- Environmental cleaning guidelines are followed (e.g., clean and disinfect high touch surfaces daily or more frequently)
For more information about COVID-19/Coronavirus in King County and measures to limit you and family from exposure please see Public Health — Seattle & King County dedicated web page