COVID-19 UPDATE - The Seattle Office for Civil Rights' front desk reception is temporarily closed.

To protect the health and safety of our staff and customers, and to help lessen the impact of COVID-19, we will temporarily close our reception area until further notice beginning March 16.

We apologize for any incovenience. We are still able to serve you:

by phone at 206-684-4500
by TTY by dialing 7-1-1
by email discrimination@seattle.gov
online at seattle.gov/civilrights

We are committed to providing accommodations for persons with disabilities and language interpretation and translation. Please contact us by phone, email, or online with your interpretation or accommodation needs.

Stay up date on COVID-19 updates and public health recommendations at kingcounty.gov/covid.  


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