Business Re-opening Packets

State Guidance

State of Washington’s Safe Start plans and guidance for reopening.

Phase 2: Restaurant industry Guidance (PDF)

Phase 2: In-Store Retail Guidance (PDF)

Phase 2: Manufacturing Guidance (PDF)

Phase 2: Professional Services Guidance (PDF)
A professional service provider is defined as an office-based occupation that typically serves a client base. This
includes but is not limited to: accountants, architects, attorneys, engineers, financial advisors, information
technologists, insurance agents, tax preparers, and other professional service occupations.

Phase 2: Personal Services Guidance (PDF)
Personal service providers covered in these operational guidelines including Cosmetologists, Hairstylists, Barbers,
Estheticians, Master Estheticians, Manicurists, Nail Salon Workers, Electrologists, Permanent Makeup Artists,
Tattoo Artists, Cosmetology Schools and Esthetics Schools.

Phase 2: Outdoor Recreation Guidance (PDF)
Staffed outdoor tennis facilities public and private, guided ATV, paddle sports, and horseback riding, guided fishing, Go-cart tracks, ORV/motocross facilities, and participant-only motorsports. All other activities substantially similar in operation and equally able to meet the requirements mandated by this memorandum.


Stevens County specific handouts and signage.

Stevens County Business Infographic (PDF)


Northeast Tri County Health

Information packet (PDF)

Getting Back to Business

Tri County Economic Development District

Supporting business development, expansion and recruitment.

They work with local businesses, communities, and other organizations in Ferry, Pend Oreille, and Stevens counties to help develop a stable and diverse economy.

Covid-19 Information and Resources