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Here is who is open (including restaurants) in the Ferndale area

Sign in the window at Al's Downtown Diner announces only take-out orders are available (March 16, 2020). Photo: My Ferndale News

FERNDALE, Wash. — In light of recent closure and cancellation announcements, here are some just as important agencies, organizations and businesses that, as of today, March 16th, are planning to remain open after the passing of today’s midnight mandate.

  • City of Ferndale City Hall
  • Ferndale Police Department
  • Ferndale Municipal Court
  • Ferndale Resource Center and The Other Bank will be open normal hours on Tuesday, March 17th from 9:30am to 12:30pm. 
  • Most all banks, medical and professional services (some independent professionals said they are considering going to an appointment-only format)
  • Retailers and grocers (some independent retailers say they are preparing to control the number of people in their stores and offering shopping and delivery services if necessary)
  • Ferndale Laundry (says they have begun disinfecting equipment between uses and are continuing to disinfect carts, folding tables and seating area)

Restaurants offering pick-up / delivery options

While dining room service is no longer allowed due to an emergency proclamation by Governor Jay Inslee, pickup and delivery service remain viable options for enjoying your favorite restaurant fare. Go online or call the restaurant to place your order.
(v = delivery service via Viking Foods North) (click links to view website and menus)

Some businesses have been forced to limit their hours of operation due to recent slow-downs. Call ahead to confirm if hours have changed if unsure.

If your business should be on these lists, send an email or send a text message to 360-223-1438.

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