Office of the City Manager
Weekly Report – June 5, 2020
City Manager Mark Hoppen
4th of July and the COVID-19 Emergency Declaration. City of Normandy Park fireworks law will be in effect for the 4th of July; fireworks are only allowed on properties where the owner provides permission and only legally permissible fireworks are allowed. The city and all its residents, associations, organizations, and businesses must follow the Governor’s Emergency Declaration. No one should create a situation where more people congregate than the Governor’s Emergency Declaration allows. It is currently not possible to anticipate what size groups may be allowed by the 4th of July, but I think it somewhat likely that King County may be in Phase 2 by July 4th. If so, statutorily, this would allow gatherings of five (5) or fewer people, if no one in the gathering has met outside of the house with any one else all week.
“City of Normandy Park fireworks law will be in effect for the 4th of July”
Mark E. Hoppen, City Manager
City of Normandy Park
801 SW 174th Street
Normandy Park, WA 98166
(206) 248-8246 (Direct Phone)
Enhanced Services Facilities – Siting and Regulations in Normandy Park. Siting and regulating of Enhanced Services Facilities (ESFs) is a hot-button topic these past few years, recently in Normandy Park. Cities must comply with State statutes for siting and regulation of these facilities. “No ESFs” is not an option under State law.
We Have to be COVID-19 Careful. But, we can still have fun, just not in holiday gatherings outside of our immediate households. The city is co-sponsoring holiday activities with community groups like…
2021 City Legislative Priorities. The City of Normandy Park’s Legislative Agenda, like other city legislative agendas, identifies what Normandy Park can request…