Community Transit Colleagues,

Community Transit has updated the Employee Policy on Preventing and Addressing COVID-19. In addition, there are new policies affecting contractors, visitors and customers. All policies are designed to provide a long-term path forward as the virus continues to evolve in our community. Following are highlights from the employee policy; please review the full policy for a detailed explanation on these topics and more:

Here's an option to order home test kits from WA State Department of Health

Community Transit Colleagues,
Community Transit’s COVID-19 isolation, quarantine and testing policy has been adjusted with updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Washington state, and local public health offices.
Community Transit Colleagues,
Our county and region are currently experiencing a dramatic rise in COVID-19 cases because of the highly contagious Omicron variant.

The January Charter meetings (Sun, Jan 16 @ 13:00 and Tue, Jan 18 @ 10:00) will be held via zoom.  Please go the the Calendar of Events to find the logon information.  You will be placed in a waiting room and admitted into the meeting from there.

Community Transit Colleagues,

As we approach the end of the year, we also approach the implementation deadline on our COVID-19 vaccination policy. Today, I want to update you on the status of the policy and the outcome of the exemptions and accommodations review process. 

Charter Meeting Sunday, Dec 19th at 13:00/1pm and Tuesday, Dec 21st at 10:00.  There will be an Arbitration vote (secret ballot) for a wrongful termination. 
Masks are mandatory, you will be excused from the building if you do not comply.
Everett City Council and Community Transit Board of Directors initiate joint study on possible transit system consolidation.
The Everett City Council and Community Transit’s Board of Directors this week voted to conduct a joint study to explore in greater detail what a potential transit system consolidation would entail.
The joint study, initially requested by Everett City Council in June