OneEastide - The Eastside's Recovery Hub
OneEastside is a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. OneRedmond formed OneEastside to create bigger partnerships on the road to recovery. OneEastside actively connects King County Chambers and Cities to help them collectively maximize resources and align priorities.
East King County regional efforts have included the Eastside Recovery Hub portal and Financial Webinar Series which has become a robust nexus for information and resources that is used by cities and chambers across the state and beyond.
As our economy recovers from COVID-19, our mission with OneEastside is to unify East King County in coordinated action to sustain and grow our economy. Affordable housing, transportation, education, and economic development are four immediate areas of concern. Only through a united voice speaking for local Business, Government, Education, and the Community can we persuade decision-makers to address these needs.
If you are interested in learning more about OneEastside, please email email@example.com.
City of Mercer Island Vaccination Info
The City of Mercer Island has created a COVID-19 vaccination update page detailing the stages of the vaccination process in Washington State. They will keep this updated with information about who is eligible for vaccinations and how to get one. Please visit this page regularly.
October 2021 New Vaccine Verification Mandate
- Key details about the order
- Accepted proofs of vaccination and testing
- Scenarios and training resources
Support Mercer Island Businesses Here!
MInext is a new marketing and outreach campaign designed to bring Mercer Island business through the COVID-19 pandemic and strengthen connections between small businesses and Mercer Island residents. What will be your next meal? Your next workout? Your next financial planning session? MInext invites Islanders to discover their next Mercer Island experience while supporting the local businesses that make the Island a great place to live, play, and shop.
The campaign centers on the stories behind the businesses – who the people are, what brought them to the Island, and how their business contributes to the Island’s outstanding quality of life. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to test the strength and resiliency of the community, MInext encourages Islanders to look inward, learn more about the businesses in their own backyard, and give them a boost during this difficult time.
MInext is coordinated by the City of Mercer Island and the Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce in partnership with local consultants L+B Design and Suzanne Zahr. The campaign is funded by the Port of Seattle Economic Development Partnership grant program and the King County Coronavirus Relief Fund Economic Development for Cities program. Through this funding, businesses can participate at no cost to them.