The Community Point of Distribution (CPOD) for COVID Food Care Packages will move to a new location beginning Wednesday, August 26 from 11:00 to 2:00 p.m. Drivers are asked to go to the south entrance to the Trinity United Methodist Church, located at 100 S. Blake Avenue, to queue up to receive boxes of non-perishable food, perishable food, and dairy products. The CPOD will be open each Wednesday until further notice.
The Clallam County Emergency Operation Center extended a Delegation of Authority with the Sequim Emergency Coordination Center to continue operations of the CPOD in support of a county-wide COVID Food Care Package program.
The Emergency Coordination Center (ECC) is a combined effort of the City of Sequim, the Sequim School District, and Clallam County Fire District 3. The ECC is working in support of the Clallam County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) under the Clallam County Emergency Management Plan, and is activated to serve the Operational Area from Deer Park Road to the Eastern Clallam County Boundary. Clallam County Fire District 3 also serves the community of Gardiner and areas on the east end of Jefferson County.