Federal Way mayor to host virtual town hall about impact of COVID-19

Federal Way mayor to host virtual town hall about impact of COVID-19

The meeting at noon Friday, March 20 will include representatives from the Federal Way Police Department, South King Fire Rescue and others.

Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell and representatives from several community organizations will host a Facebook Live virtual town hall meeting at noon Friday, March 20.

Representatives from the Federal Way Police Department, South King Fire & Rescue and Lakehaven Water and Sewer District will participate via phone and talk about the impact and what each organization is doing to prevent the spread of coronavirus/COVID-19 in the community.

Those who would like to ask a question to the mayor or a representative from the participating organizations can visit the mayor’s Facebook page and scroll down to the post about the Live Event and type a question into the comment section.

Visit Mayor Ferrell’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/MayorJimFerrell.


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