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COVID-19 Statement

The Clark County Event Center is closely monitoring information released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Clark County Health Department. Read Our Statement below.

The health and safety of our staff, clients, and guests is and will always be our highest priority. Our administrative office is currently closed. We encourage you to reach us by phone and email during this time. The Clark County Event Center is closely monitoring information shared by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Clark County Health Department about COVID-19. Given that this is a dynamic and evolving situation, we will continue to coordinate with and rely on public health officials to provide the best information and guidance.

Update (07/29): Governor Inslee announced this week that all counties in Washington state will remain paused in whatever reopening phase they are in on a indefinite timeline. Clark County has applied for Phase 3 but remains in Phase 2 of the Safe Start Washington reopening plan. Governor Inslee announced that in phase 3 public gatherings will be limited to 10 people as of 7/20. A statewide "No mask, no service" rule continues.

Until further notice, the Clark County Event Center will remain temporarily closed. We remain committed to reducing the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in the State of Washington. Staff will be available by phone and email during this time.

We will communicate with event organizers, partners, and other key contacts to relay updates. Communications regarding any canceled or postponed events will be led by event organizers. Please visit the specific event’s website for more information. At this time, the Clark County Event Center is not able to answer or assist with event-specific questions.

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