07/07/2020 8:38 AM
Today, Governor Gavin Newsom announced that six additional counties, including Monterey County, will be subject to new restrictions as part of statewide actions to slow the spread of coronavirus
07/06/2020 6:11 PM
On July 6th Governor Gavin Newsom announced that six additional counties, including Monterey County, will be subject to new restrictions as part of statewide actions to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Today, California Department of Public Health Officials placed Monterey County on the COVID-19 County Data Monitoring Project watch list in response to elevated disease transmission as indicated by specific data being monitored by the State of California.
07/02/2020 3:45 PM
Local/State Beaches in Monterey County will be Closed or have Limited Access during the 4th of July Holiday Weekend
The closures will begin July 3rd and remain in effect through Sunday, July 5th.
07/02/2020 3:29 PM
The Board of Supervisors honored Gunter by adjourning their meeting in his honor and board members shared their thoughts on the man they have worked with for so many years, a man whose life and career achievements they honored earlier this year with a special resolution and presentation.
06/30/2020 2:20 PM
While many aspects of the community are reopening after lockdown, large gatherings are still not allowed - not in Monterey County nor around the state.
06/29/2020 7:23 PM
Social Circles are a way to begin bringing people together in small groups as Monterey County reopens
06/26/2020 8:30 PM
Warm weather is here —it is time for fun, sun, and spending time outdoors with pets. But dangers lurk outside as well. Whether taking a walk, a drive or just hanging out in the backyard, there are extra precautions that people can take to keep their four-legged family members happy and safe.
Today, Monterey County Health Department released guidance on “social circles”. This guidance is intended to allow individuals to interact more with family, friends and for children to participate in extracurricular activities.
Based on review of local indicators, the Monterey County Health Officer approves implementation of the new guidance and opening of the business sectors on June 19th, as recommended by the California Governor.
06/15/2020 1:27 PM
In light of release of new State guidance for Hotels, Lodging & Short-Term Rentals for tourism % individual travel & approval by the County Health Officer for short-term rentals to reopen following the new State guidance, the County Health Officer Short-Term Lodging Order is no longer necessary
06/11/2020 4:30 PM
06/11/2020 11:38 AM
Monterey County Health Officer Issues Order Requiring Businesses to Adhere to State and Local Industry Guidance
Order requires that businesses that are allowed to reopen statewide or to reopen with Monterey County attestation & County Health Officer approval must implement California Resilience Roadmap COVID-19 Industry Guidance. Businesses must also adhere to any additional Monterey County Health guidance.
El 5 de junio, el Gobernador Newsom emitió una nueva guía para varios sectores comerciales, incluidos centros de entretenimiento familiar, restaurantes, bodegas y bares, zoológicos y museos, gimnasios y centros de fitness, hoteles para turismo y viajes individuales, salas de cartas y mas
On June 5th, Governor Newsom issued new guidance for several business sectors including family entertainment centers, restaurants, wineries and bars, zoos and museums, gyms and fitness centers, hotels for tourism and individual travel, cardrooms and racetracks, and campgrounds and outdoor recreation
Supervisors Mary Adams and Jane Parker will host a virtual town hall on Thursday, June 11th from 5:30-7:00 p.m. for Personal Services
06/05/2020 3:33 PM
Monterey County Family and Children’s Services Honored for Enhancing Efforts for LGBTQ+ Youth, Families in Foster Care System
Monterey County’s Department of Social Services, Family and Children’s Services’ (FCS) has been honored for its efforts with LGBTQ+ youth and families.
06/05/2020 2:29 PM
Some residents have lost work or have reduced hours because of COVID-19. Others might need time off to care for themselves or a loved one. Many of these workers may be entitled to some time off for coronavirus-related absences &/or eligible for wage replacement while they are not working.