Coronavirus (COVID-19)

City Parks, Dog Parks, Basketball and Tennis Courts Close to Limit Spread of COVID-19

Effective April 8, 2020, the City has closed all City park parking lots, as well as Dog parks, tennis and basketball courts. This closure is in effect until further notice.

Face Coverings Now Required Outside the Home to Help Slow the Spread of COVID-19.

April 6, 2020. Riverside County Public Health last week enhanced their order to require face coverings for all who leave the home. Scarves and fabric are effective; please leave the surgical and N-95 masks for healthcare workers. More at

Stay-at-Home-Order Expanded. No Gatherings of Any Size Outside Your Home Group.

April 6, 2020. For detailed information on the County and State orders, what makes a business or activity essential, please visit our Stay-at-Home Order page.

Concerned about Businesses or Groups Violating Public Health Orders? Call the Police Hotline.

Residents with concerns about potential violations of the order, should call the Police hotline at 951-461-6391 and leave a detailed message for follow-up. Please do not call 9-1-1 unless you are experiencing an immediate, life-threatening emergency.

City Facilities are Closed to the Public. Learn Which Services Continue and How to Access Them.

Call the City’s Virtual Front Counter at 951-304-7489 and we will can help to connect you to the service you’re looking for. For information on the safe plan checks and development services processing, visit our Development Services page.

Local & Regional Resources

State Resources

National Resources

We’re connecting daily with our partners at Riverside County Public Health (the lead agency), and at the state and federal level to access the latest information and will take recommended actions that protect residents. Riverside Co. Public Health is our lead COVID-19 agency and a good source of updated information on the topic, including local impacts, press releases and resources.


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