Thurston County facilities are now open to the public with restrictions, including maintaining physical distancing of at least six feet at all times and, per the Washington State Secretary of Health’s face covering order wearing a cloth face covering or mask.
If you come to county facilities, please be prepared for potentially long wait times or lines due to distancing guidelines. We continue to encourage residents to access county services online, by phone, by email, or through the use of drop boxes
located outside of county buildings.
The availability of remote services vary by office and department.
Click here for office and department contact information
Click here for information on COVID-19
The Thurston County Emergency Management Council coordinates the local emergency management activities of the county, cities and tribes.
Click here for more information.
The Disaster Assistance Council brings together humanitarian service organizations, other community organizations, and private and governmental agencies to establish policies and procedures, and organize disaster assistance.
The Local Emergency Planning Committee coordinates hazardous materials issues and carries out the mandate of the Emergency Planning Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986 (EPCRA).
The Crisis Clinic is a 24-hour help line, offering emotional support and other appropriate resources to callers.
The mission of The Thurston County Public Health and Social Services Department is to make positive, significant and measurable difference in the environmental, physical and mental health, safety and well being of the community.