City Creates Digital Resource and Call Center

City Creates Digital Resource, Call Center
Posted on 04/10/2020

The COVID-19 outbreak and resulting health crisis have affected the well-being of Mill Creek residents in numerous ways. The crisis has created the need for accurate and dependable information that residents can access quickly so they can receive assistance for themselves and their families.

The City of Mill Creek has created a digital resource center on its municipal website. There, visitors can access information on food resources, mental health assistance, financial aid information for businesses, updates from county and state agencies on unemployment and property tax issues, and many other topics. There also are links to activities for caregivers and children. The resource center is intended to serve as a guide to help people navigate the various local, state and federal and business programs that have been created to help people through this time.

The city’s resource center is not just available on the website. Additionally, residents can call city hall to ask city staff about their various needs. Staff will direct callers to resources of which they are aware. Call (425) 361-8782 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday to talk with a city staff member. Residents who call before or after work hours will be greeted with a recorded message that will direct them to the appropriate resources.

Visit the city’s digital resource center at https://www.cityofmillcreek.com/covid-19_community_resource_center.