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The City of Tustin continues to closely monitor the developing Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and is taking reasonable precautionary measures to protect the health and safety of our residents, staff, and visitors.
At an emergency City Council meeting on March 13, the Council discussed the potential threat to public services and activities due to the effects of the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the postponement or cancellation of gatherings based on Governor Newsom’s Executive Order aimed at slowing the transmission of COVID-19. As a precaution, the City of Tustin is implementing temporary changes to City operations effective immediately.
“The decision to make these changes was made after careful consideration in response to local, state, and federal agencies directions and guidelines to reduce the spread of the virus,” stated Mayor Dr. Allan Bernstein. “Although there are no confirmed cases in Tustin, ensuring the health, safety and well-being of our community and employees has always been a top priority, and it is our responsibility to take action to help keep everyone safe.”
The following preventative measures will be taken through the end of March:
For more information regarding City services, please visit www.tustinca.org or call (714) 573-3000.
As this situation continues to develop, the Council will continue to evaluate the need to make additional modifications. The City of Tustin will continue to work diligently with the County of Orange and the Health Care Agency and all other federal, state and local agencies necessary to provide updates as needed.