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UPDATES ON YOUR EVENT & COVID-19

Lynnwood Convention Center


UPDATED: February 1, 2021


At the Lynnwood Convention Center the health and safety of our guests and employees is our top priority. We are closely following the reports regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and making adjustments to our services and protocols accordingly.


Effective February 2, 2021, Governor Inslee issued updated guidance. Convention Centers and other event venues in the Puget Sound region are permitted to operate within Phase 2 Guidelines:
  • Meetings, trainings, testing and court events are permitted at 25% occupancy or 200 people, whichever is less.
  • Retail events such as fairs and tradeshows can occur at 25% occupancy or 100 people, whichever is less.
  • Wedding and Memorials are permitted at 25% occupancy or 200 people, whichever is less, so long as six feet of physical distancing is maintained between groups.

The Lynnwood Convention Center is proud to be a member of VenueShield and has also received GBAC STARâ„¢ facility accreditation. Over the past several months our team has been diligently working to ensure we are ready for reopening; updating our cleaning procedures, installing sneeze guards and linen-less classroom tables, increasing airflow through our HVAC system and updating menus and food service to name a few changes. You may also view the Lynnwood Convention Center's full Safe Re-Opening Plan to understand the measures that are underway to ensure the Lynnwood Convention Center is a Safe Place to Meet.

The Lynnwood Convention Center team members continue work safely from home though we are still available to our clients and guests via phone and email to assist with upcoming events and site tours. Please email info@lynnwoodcc.com with any queries and to make tour appointments.


The following links can provide more information regarding the state's reopening guidelines:

Washington State's "Health Washington - Roadmap to Recovery" plan

Washington State's COVID-19 Reopening Guidance for Businesses and Workers


When the time comes to plan your next event, we'll be ready to help you to do so safely.
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