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Message from the City Manager, Jeffrey Epp:As things change constantly, City staff have been working around the clock to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation. Our Emergency Operations Center continues to be open and meets daily for briefings on County and State guidelines. I encourage you to check our website and social media accounts for updated information on the City’s response, closure information and much more using the links listed below. At this time, we are following the County of San Diego’s lead and will be keeping all of our parks and trails open; it is important for residents to have an opportunity to get outdoors and exercise as long as strict social distancing is practiced and gathering rules are followed. We all need to work together to make a difference during these unprecedented times.
Video: Click here to view a message from City Manager Jeffrey Epp from the March 25 City Council meeting.
COVID-19 Information:The City of Escondido continues to follow the State and County orders as well as direction from County health officials to help slow the spread of COVID-19. There is a dedicated page on our website where you can find our latest news releases, closures, information about City appointments, and links to resources and other agencies:https://www.escondido.org/covid-19.aspx
Pursuant to Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-25-20: Members of the Escondido City Council and staff may participate in meetings via teleconference. The Wednesday, March 25 City Council meeting was conducted virtually, view the meeting here.
Mayor Paul McNamara shared a message with the Escondido community about the COVID-19 situation, watch the video here.
With City facilities closed to the public there are many ways to do business online with the City:
You can get preparedness tips, the latest details and a host of resources (videos, fact sheets, etc.) on the County’s website at coronavirus-sd.com. The County also has information relating to the virus on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
See City Hall Calendar for Subcommittee Meeting Agendas