Message from Mayor
COVID-19 News for Clyde Hill Residents

Governor’s words: 

Governor Inslee has announced that the “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order is extended until May 4th.  This is essentially a shelter in place order for all non-essential workers. This order requires every Washingtonian to stay at home unless they are pursuing an essential activity such as grocery shopping, doctor appointments or working at essential businesses. 


We are asking all Clyde Hill citizens to respect and follow the governor’s guidelines. Stay home, and if you have to go out, use social distancing. Child care and elder care are allowed.

According to the Governor's office, outdoor maintenance, including vegetation, is deemed essential only when necessary to prevent spoliation, avoid imminent damage, or address emergency repairs.

The following COMMERCIAL activities are not considered essential, and as such should not be happening in the City:

  • Construction
  • Landscapers/Gardeners
  • Cleaners/Housekeepers
  • Dog Walking (unless necessary to support an allowed business activity)

To report violators – PLEASE DO NOT USE 911.  Click here for a link to a report form.


City Hall is closed but the phones and email are being monitored.

  • Police are fully staffed and available.  For an emergency or to request an officer, call 911.
  • Police Department Administration: 425-454-7187, email: police@clydehill.org
  • City Hall: 425-453-7800, email: cityhall@clydehill.org

The City of Clyde Hill Washington

The City of Clyde Hill has the unique distinction of spectacular views of Lake Washington, Mount Rainer, the Olympic Mountains, the Cascade Mountain range and the Seattle or Bellevue skyline from its many higher elevations. The City's park-like towering evergreens and a lush profusion of northwestern foliage on public and private property are the pride of its friendly citizens and a delight to visitors.

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