This document identifies some of the relevant information from the governors office that impacts our fraternities and sororities. I have included the version that was highlighted during the meeting. Please know that the entire proclamation is important for organizations, but highlighted material are areas to put additional focus.
This document contains very useful check lists in the section for “Campus Residences” (pp 13-14) and “Food Service” (pp 9-10). Please review this document and leverage it as a very useful guide as you are building your chapter plans.
This document outlines the recommendations put in place by the King County Health Department for fraternity and sorority houses. We are still anticipating guidance from Whitman County, and expect that guidance to encompass much of what is included in this document. This should serve as scaffolding for what you can expect for Whitman county.
This document is from the Pullman Fire Marshall articulating options to allows students to sleep in day/study rooms, and be in compliance with fire code. Please note that this is only to be utilized to de-densify spaces, not to increase occupancy of your facilities.