What City facilities are closed, due to COVID-19?

City Facility or Program


Additional Information

Updated July 5, 2020
City HallClosed to the public due to rising COVID-19 activity. Virtual services continue.
Public LibraryClosed. Lots of virtual programming!
Curbside Pick-up and online reservation available
Senior CenterClosed. Programming Modified or Cancelled.Drive-through Senior Lunch continues
Youth CenterClosed. Programming Cancelled
Community CenterClosed. Programming Modified or Cancelled.

Cal Oaks Skate ParkClosed. Programming Cancelled.
Athletic Fields, PoolClosed. Programming Cancelled.Per State Order
Sports Courts, Disc GolfOpenBB Ball, Tennis, Frisbee Golf
Park SheltersOpening Soon
Little Critters (Copper Canyon)Closed. Programming Cancelled.
City ParksMostly OpenMore on park closures
Police DepartmentOpen. Operations Continue.No volunteer, Explorer or ride-alongs
Fire DepartmentOpen. Operations Continue.

No tours, volunteer or community programs
Citizens Fire Academy2020 Fire Academy Cancelled

Emergency ServicesOperational9-1-1 (emergencies),  (951) 304-2677 (non-emergency dispatch)
City Council MeetingsRemote and In-Person OptionsView City Calendar for updates and details
City Hall Citizens AcademyPostponed--
Passport & Notary ServicesClosed
City EventsCancelled or Modified Until Further NoticeNon-City events are cancelled as well by Public Health directive.
Plan & Document SubmittalsPublic Counters open 8 am to noon or Drop-off, Pick-up in City Hall LobbyDetails on Development Svc. webpage

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1. Will City Hall remain open during COVID-19, and if so, what are the operating hours?
2. Can I still apply, and/or pay for a: Building permit/Engineering permits, business license, passport or self-haul application, Fire Inspections?
3. Do I need to go into City Hall to pay, apply for a business license, etc.?
4. If my business temporarily closes, do I have to closeout my business license account?
5. If my business is temporarily closed for weeks or months, will the city extend my business license to make up for it?
6. What City facilities are closed, due to COVID-19?
7. Are the parks closed to the general public or just to leagues with large gatherings?
8. Are athletic fields, sports courts and disc golf courses open?
9. What City facilities are open at the City?
10. What City program and events are canceled and/or postponed?
11. Will Recreation Programs be canceled or postponed, due to COVID-19?
12. Will the City issue refunds on recreation classes or shelter reservations?
13. Will Police and Fire response be affected?
14. Why are businesses in the city closing?
15. Will my trash and recycling service be impacted?
16. Will utility services be impacted by COVID-19?
17. Will animal care services be impacted by COVID-19?
18. What if I am senior citizen that normally participates in the senior lunch program?
19. When are my books due?
20. What happens to the item(s) I have on Hold?
21. Can I apply for a library card online, so I can use the online resources?
22. Can I return my items if I’m done with them?
23. What if I am in danger of losing my home or rental unit?
24. How do I get tested for COVID-19?
25. Where can I get the latest information regarding COVID-19?