North Bend City Hall to Close to Public Beginning Wednesday, December 22nd

As a preventative measure to mitigate the spread of the highly contagious Delta and Omicron Covid-19 variants, North Bend City Hall will temporarily close to the public beginning on Wednesday, December 22, 2021.

City Hall will remain open to City staff, City Councilmembers, janitorial and other pre-approved contractors.

It is anticipated that City Hall will reopen to the public on February 1, 2022, but that target date may change depending on Covid-19 transmission and case rates in King County. City staff will monitor conditions and update the public in late January.

City staff can be reached by phone or email.  Visit the City website for a full staff directory at

Utility bills may be submitted to the mailbox in front of City Hall, 920 SE Cedar Falls Way, or online HERE.

Mayor McFarland commented, “We thank residents for their understanding as we do our part to help slow the spread of these highly contagious variants in continued support of our community health and economic vitality.”

[Information provided by the city of North Bend]

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