- Retail stores will maintain a customer log of all customers visiting the location in-person to assist with contact tracing if needed. Customers may voluntarily provide this information and will not be denied service if they are unwilling to provide personal information (Log template). This information will only be shared with Public Health officials upon request.
- Customer occupancy allowed at 25% or less of maximum building occupancy (not including employees).
- Distance markers will be placed outside to ensure those waiting to enter remain at least six feet apart.
- Face-coverings (cloth masks, bandanas, or scarves are sufficient) must always be worn inside any GSWW retail store.
- Plexiglass will be installed at all reception/retail check-out areas to protect employees and public members.
- Floors around entry points and workspaces will have clear markings to show six feet from any space in which employees and members spend regular extended amounts of time.
- Chairs in waiting or lounging areas will be relocated to ensure a minimum distance of six feet between seating.
- Signs detailing handwashing requirements, illness precautions, social distancing, and proper use of face coverings will be posted prominently throughout worksites.
- Signs noting limitations on the number of people allowed in changing rooms (1-person limit) will be posted.
Member Safety Guidelines
In light of Governor Inslee’s recent COVID-19 restrictions and given our paramount concern for the safety of our members, families, volunteers, donors, and staff, we’ve had to make further changes in our council programming and volunteer engagement.
ALL in-person programming across the 18 counties served by Girl Scouts of Western Washington (GSWW) is suspended from November 16 until January, when we will re-evaluate our operation based on state guidance at that time. The Member Safety Guidelines have been updated to reflect this change. For more information on this decision, please read the most recent email from our CEO.
Table of Contents
|Program Area||Guidelines for All Counties|
|Overnight Camping||Not Permitted|
Volunteer Day Camp
Staff-Led Day Camp
|Summer Resident Camp||TBD|
|Volunteer-Led Events||Virtual Only|
|GSWW Events||Virtual Only|
GSWW Horse Program
|Individual Adult Volunteers for Essential Support Only|
|Camp Volunteer Maintenance||Individual Adult Volunteers for Essential Support Only|
|Camp Property Reservations||Camps Not Open for Site Use|
|GSWW Offices||Closed to Members & Public|
|Retail||Curbside Pick-Up/Reduced Capacity at Select Locations|
Fall Product Program
No Contact Delivery of Troop Envelope is Allowed at the Discretion of the SU. No Contact Pick-Up of Girl Scout Rewards is Allowed at the Discretion of the SU and Troop Product Managers.
|Cookie Program||Digital Cookie storefronts and online promotion, no-contact door hangers, and no-contact product pick-up from troops and service units approved. Girl Delivery orders by no-contact porch drop off recommended. In-person sales, community booths, MySales, wagon sales and lemonade-style stands are not allowed. Full guidelines and safety plans available here.|
|Transportation||No In-Person Activities|
GSWW Essential Business Operations
All essential business support has been updated to reflect Washington State health and safety standards and ensure the safety of GSWW's members and staff.
GSWW Camp Maintenance
GSWW Non-Essential Business Operations
All non-essential business guidelines have been updated to reflect Washington State's COVID-19 restrictions and ensure the safety of GSWW's members and staff.
Virtual Meetings & Activities
Partner Programming/Non-GSWW Facility Rentals
GSWW Horse Programming
GSWW Camp Volunteer Work Parties
For essential business operations, should there be a COVID-19 incident, please reference the below guidelines.
Identification and Isolation of Sick People
Reporting COVID-19 Positive Incidents