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News Release
City extends duration of emergency order regarding COVID-19 safety requirements for landlord entries into residential properties - 07/31/20

Vancouver, Wash. -- On July 30, Vancouver City Manager Eric Holmes issued Emergency order No. 2020-16, extending the duration of Emergency Order No. 2020-09 through Oct. 15, 2020. This order is effectively immediately. It will be reviewed by Vancouver City Council at their regular meeting Monday, Aug. 3.

Emergency Order 2020-16 extends the provisions of Emergency Order 2020-09 through Oct. 15, 2020, requiring all landlords, or their agent(s), who enter the interior of a residential property or dwelling unit to:

  • wear personal protective equipment, including a non-medical grade face mask that covers the nose and mouth; and
  • adhere to social distancing requirements recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Clark County Department of Public Health.

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