UPDATE:
Youngstown Vaccination Verification and Mask Protocol
March 1, 2022

Dear Community,

In order to maintain a safe environment, Youngstown events are operating at a very low capacity until further notice.

As of March 1, 2022, Governor Inslee ended vaccination verification and 72-hour negative PCR test results to enter public places. DNDA may still require these for individuals 12 years of age and older, depending on type of event and capacity. Decision is at the Youngstown Manager's discretion.

Face masks are still required for all indoors, and physical distancing recommended where possible.

Renters may be asked to assign a COVID Safety Monitor to verify guests' statuses at the entrance of their event, and to report any concerns to the Youngstown Manager.

*Note*: At-home test results not accepted.

Also note: For people with disabilities who are unvaccinated, a verbal declaration that they have received a negative COVID test within the past 72 hour should be accepted. The COVID Safety Monitor should not question anyone's disability, nor must they investigate the validity of a customer's stated exemption.

  1. Learn more about the King County Order here.
  2. Review our updated Rental Policies here.
  3. Learn more about our Verification Protocols here.

 

We hope you are prioritizing the physical and mental health and safety of yourself of your loved ones during this time.

In Community,
Erika Bell

 

Vaccination Verification at Youngstown
October 25, 2021

Dear Community,

In order to maintain a safe environment, Youngstown events are operating at a very low capacity until further notice.

As of October 25, 2021, DNDA will require proof of vaccination or a 72-hour negative COVID test for individuals 12 years of age and older, for all events happening at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center, in compliance with the Governor's order.

Renters will be required to assign a COVID Safety Monitor to verify statuses of guests at the entrance of their event / gathering and report any concerns to the Youngstown Manager, with no exceptions.

*Note*: At-home test results not accepted.

Also note: For people with disabilities who are unvaccinated, a verbal declaration that they have received a negative COVID test within the past 72 hour should be accepted. The COVID Safety Monitor should not question anyone's disability, nor must they investigate the validity of a customer's stated exemption.

Face masks required for all and physical distancing is recommended.

  1. Learn more about the King County Order here.
  2. Review our updated Rental Policies here.
  3. Learn more about our Verification Protocols here.

 

We hope you are prioritizing the physical and mental health and safety of yourself of your loved ones during this time.

In Community,
Erika Bell

 

Youngstown Cultural Arts Center is an inclusive contemporary multi-arts hub in the Delridge Neighborhood of Southwest Seattle that incubates the arts, artists, and organizations from our multicultural, intergenerational communities in order to engage in civic dialogue and meaningful community transformation.

Youngstown is included in the National Register of Historic Places, hosting over 45,000 participants annually.