COVID-19 Resources for Businesses

Updated February 18, 2021   

Burien Eat Streets

The City of Burien has launched Burien Eat Streets, a hyperlocal comprehensive online restaurant directory that makes it easy to support local Burien restaurants. 

The directory will be continuously updated to reflect changes in business service options and provide information on reopening of temporarily closed restaurants. Burien Eat Streets will strive to provide daily updates to ensure information is current and up to date.

Please send us photos of your specialty dishes to entice viewers to place an order from you. Businesses that find their restaurant listing needs to be added or modified can contact the City’s economic development team directly at

Healthy Washington Roadmap to Recovery Plan

On January 28, Governor Inslee announced King County will move to Phase 2 of the state's Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery plan on Monday, February 1 based on new criteria that require regions meet three of the state’s four metrics.

As we face new more contagious COVID-19 variants, we must stay as vigilant as ever to keep our businesses open and COVID activity trending downward. The state will evaluate our region’s status every two weeks and can move us back to Phase 1 if we aren’t meeting their criteria. For more details and guidance on the industries, please visit King County’s workplace and business guidance page.

Public Health – Seattle & King County offers resources and guidance including the COVID-19 Businesses webpage, the Safe Start for Taverns and Restaurants program, and the Healthy Business Streets guide, with information on how to set up streets for temporary business uses including outdoor seating.  

The re-opening toolkit provides templates for a COVID-19 Safe Work Plan, operating tools, education training, posters, and checklists available for free download.

Be sure to follow City of Burien’s Economic Development Facebook and Instagram pages for more resources for workers, job opportunities, and updated information about the Burien business community.

Check out our resources for workers and community as well. Please see our disclaimer below.

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