The council enacted two urgency ordinances by voting unanimously to restrict commercial and residential evictions for non-payment of rent due to COVID-19 pandemic. This ordinance will remain in effect until the governor or the county public health officer repeals their coronavirus emergency declarations, or the city council repeals the ordinance by at least a 4/5 vote; whichever comes first.
This ordinance does not relieve a residential renter from the rent owed, but it protects the renter during the COVID -19 emergency declaration from being evicted for non-payment and allows the renter up to 60 days after the ordinance is lifted to repay all past due rent.
Residential Ordinance: Link
The resources below provide information about programs to ensure that all children have access to resources needed for educational purposes.
Mobile Phone Carrier and Broadband Updates
Xfinity WiFi hotspots across the country will be available to anyone who needs them for free – including non-Xfinity Internet subscribers.
Online Educational Resources
Khan Academy- Math
Storyline Online - English
National Geographic Kids - Science
History for Kids - History
The resources below provide information about organizations that help ensure food security for low-income families and children.
FIND Food Bank: CA State Regional Food Bank
Local food pantries are invited to contact FIND Food Bank for food support.
Food Access Map
Local Food Pantries
Free Meals for Children
Free Meals Open to General Public
National Resources and Hotlines
Health Insurance Providers
Local Hospital Resources
Emergency Housing Assistance
Affordable Housing Assistance Resources
New Signage for Businesses
New signage is now available for business to download and post to let patrons know that face coverings are required. More
Frequently Asked Questions
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