January 6 Commercial weather closings and accommodations | Regional
Regional business weather closings and accommodations for Thursday, January 6th
City of Kennewick: Business offices delayed opening at 10 a.m. Many services are offered online.
City of Pasco: Business offices open at 10 a.m. with a delay
Richland City: Business offices open at 10 a.m. with a delay. Facilities open 2 hours late. Services offered online.
Benton County Sheriff’s Offices: Opening 10am late
Ben Franklin Transit Service: Opening 2 hours late, service starts at 8 a.m. Partial service on METRO lines 1 and 3 every 30 minutes. Service on Route 225 begins at 10 a.m. without
Benton-Franklin Health District: Kennewick and Pasco offices closed.
Central Colombia Libraries: Closed.
Yakima Transit: 2 hours late. Including answering machine.
Yakima YMCA Jewett Child Development Center: Late opening at 8 a.m.
Trios Health: opening at 9 a.m.
Hanford: The work is being canceled for non-essential employees. Telework when possible.
Tri-Cities Food Bank: Closed.
Columbia Industries: Administration Building, Paradise Bottled Water and CI Information Management are all closed.
People for People Meals on Wheels Yakima: Today’s delivery and collection has been postponed until tomorrow.
Yakima Valley Libraries: Closed.
Yakima Valley Farm Worker’s Clinic: Opening postponed to 10 a.m.
Yakima Harman Center: Closed.
Yakima Area Arboretum: Closed.
Yakima COVID Centers: Yakima Health District, State Fair Park, Sunnyside Community Center and Mobile Vaccination Clinics are closed.
Kittitas County: All facilities closed.
Grant County Courthouse: Minimal staffing. Employees should contact their superiors.
Ephrata Town Hall: Closed.
The Emerald of Siam Thai Restaurant and Lounge: Closed.
Central Washington University: Closed.
Closures in Oregon
Umatilla County: State offices are closed.
Morrow County: State offices are closed.