City Extends Closure of City Hall and Other City Facilities
Press Release: City Extends Closure of City Hall and Other City Facilities (PDF)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Bruce Moe, City Manager
City of Manhattan Beach
George Gabriel, Senior Management Analyst
Manhattan Beach, CA (April 17, 2020) - Following the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health’s date extension of the Safer at Home Order, the City Manager has issued an Emergency Order extending the closure of City Hall and other City facilities to coincide with the May 15 date, subject to any further extensions or applicable revisions to the County Order.
View the entire Emergency Order here.
The City continues to provide services during the COVID-19 pandemic. For a complete list on the status of City facilities and services go to www.citymb.info/covidstatus.
The City requires residents to practice social distancing and strongly encourages wearing face coverings while in public, especially while exercising. For more guidance on how to properly wear and care for your face covering, please see the Center for Disease Control’s website.
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