COVID-19 Resources

On 5/8/2020 the Governor’s office issued an update to the “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order that allows “landscape services and outdoor maintenance” to restart IF the companies performing that work can meet and sustain a 19 point Job Site Safety Requirements list.

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On 5/8/2020 the Governor’s office issued an update to the “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order that allows “landscape services and outdoor maintenance” to restart IF the companies performing that work can meet and sustain a 19 point Job Site Safety Requirements list.

Prior to that official update our team drafted internal policies and began procuring necessary supplies to meet this set of requirements.

Read the 19 point list here:
Phase 1 Landscape Services and Outdoor Maintenance Industry COVID-19 Requirements

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For Clients:
Sonshine Tree Care has revised internal policies to meet the requirements set forth,
and will begin rescheduling work and sales / consultations in their original order.

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For Clients:
Sonshine Tree Care has revised internal policies to meet the requirements set forth,
and will begin rescheduling work and sales / consultations in their original order.

Please continue to reach out to us regarding your tree care by phone, or by online “request” on our website.

Please feel free to inquire for more information about how Team Sonshine is protecting itself and our community from COVID 19.

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For Tree Services:

As of 5/8/2020 the following work is authorized:

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For Tree Services:

As of 5/8/2020 the following work is authorized:

“Landscape services and outdoor maintenance” includes:
– Gardening, lawn care, design, greenery and hardscape maintenance, and arboriculture;
– Window and power washing, roof clearing, and outdoor extermination; and
– All other substantially similar activities.

Sources:
5/8/2020 – Resuming Landscape Services and Outdoor Maintenance – WA Governor’s Office
Phase 1 Landscape Services and Outdoor Maintenance Industry COVID-19 Requirements

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The following resources are available for Washington tree service companies to assist in the professional practice of tree care:

The “Tree Care COVID 19 Work Safety Plan” is available to the our arboriculture community to ensure the broadest possible care is taken within our profession. It is based off the Phase 1 Landscape Services and Outdoor Maintenance Industry COVID-19 Requirements, as well as resources that the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish County put together and is the joint work of the following companies.

NOTE – These resources do not constitute legal advice, and no guarantee to the accuracy and completeness is made. If you choose to download or view resources, you accept all responsibility for your use of them. You must ensure your application of these resources meets the requirements of State and Federal law.