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Coronavirus COVID-19 UPDATE

The health and well-being of Chula Vista residents during the COVID-19 outbreak remains our top priority. Out of an abundance of caution, and in accordance with State Guidelines issued regarding the COVID-19 outbreak, the City of Chula Vista will modify operations. For detailed information please visit

Many City of Chula Vista operations continue despite City facility closures. Here is a list of City Services you can access online. The City Hall Complex (except for the Finance Counter), Public Works, City Recreation Centers, the Norman Park Senior Center and Chula Vista Public Libraries are closed until further notice. This closure includes library, cultural arts and recreation programming, as well as youth and adult sports held at local parks/fields. Critical Public Safety Operations continue. The CVPD lobby is open for limited services.

Parks and trails are open for limited use from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Parking lots will be open but restrooms, sports fields, gazebos/picnic tables and playground equipment remain closed. Face coverings and social distancing required. For more information regarding the Coronavirus, please visit:

Awareness and Preparation Forum: Training for houses of Worship and other gathering places

  • Date: 05/13/2019 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM  
  • Location: Council Chambers
    276 Fourth Avenue
    Chula Vista, California 91910
  • Introduction: The Chula Vista Police Department invites individuals responsible for places of mass gathering (such as houses of worship, businesses, and employers) to attend a specialized training session about terrorism, active shooters and other mass threat events.

The Chula Vista Police Department is hosting a training session to bring awareness and learn about different strategies to overcome the challenges of an active shooter incident or other mass threat event.

  • Participants will learn how to better:
    • Identify potential threat indicators, and how to respond;
    • Prepare physical spaces and participants to reduce the threat;
    • Plan for an active shooter or other mass threat event;
    • Respond to an active shooter or other mass threat event.

  • This training is tailored specifically for individuals responsible for places of mass gatherings, such as houses of worship, businesses, and employers.

  • Due to their specialized needs, this training will not address concerns for schools and participants at scholastic institutions, nor will it cover general active shooter information for the general public.

While open to the public, some of the material may be too graphic for those under the age of 12.

For questions, please contact Public Safety Analyst Sharyl Mesina at

 See event flyer here >

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