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COVID-19/Coronavirus - The City of Chula Vista is here to serve you. While in-person services are limited, many services are available online. For more details, please visit our Coronavirus page here

 

 

 

Coronavirus (COVED-19)

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

The health and well-being of Chula Vista residents, visitors, and employees during the COVID-19 outbreak is our top priority. The City of Chula Vista is coordinating with the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency/Public Health Services department and other agencies to monitor and reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The World Health Organization has declared the outbreak a global pandemic. The City has proclaimed a local emergency and direction is provided in the Local Emergency Order to ensure the safety of City employees and the communities we serve. See the Emergency Order to extend our Eviction Moratorium through July 31, 2020.

 

 

Local & Regional COVID-19 Data

 

Chula Vista Resident/Business Guidance

Updates

By the Numbers: COVID-19 in Chula Vista

7/10

The City of Chula Vista has secured a portion of the former Sears building at Chula Vista Center to use as a Cool Zone for Chula Vista residents during warm weather. With a heat wave expected this weekend and into next week, and City Recreation Centers and Libraries closed to the public due to the pandemic, it is important to provide a Cool Zone for residents.

The Chula Vista Cool Zone will be open when temperatures exceed 85 degrees, and will be operated by City Recreation staff. The Cool Zone will be open starting Saturday, July 11, from 12 to 5 p.m., as temperatures are predicted to be high this weekend. It will remain open through next week.

Visitors to the Chula Vista Cool Zone, located at 565 Broadway in the Chula Vista Center, are required to wear a face covering while in the Cool Zone and may bring one personal bag. There will be seating available and movies playing. Each area will be disinfected between uses. Water is allowed, but no food, no smoking, and no pets. Each visitor will receive a temperature screening prior to entrance and will be advised to maintain six feet social distancing from those who are not members of their household. Capacity for the Cool Zone is 25.

COVID-19 testing is still taking place in another portion of the former Sears building and will not interfere with the Cool Zone area.

For further information, please contact the Recreation Department at (619) 409-5979 Monday-Friday.

7/6

New restrictions were announced today by the County of San Diego. Starting at midnight tonight, all indoor activities are closed for three weeks:
Restaurants - dine-in closed. Outdoor dining/Curbside/Drive-Through/Delivery are allowed. Drive-through restaurants that are open 24 hours are allowed. 
Bars
Card rooms
Theaters
Entertainment centers (bowling, etc)
Museums
Zoos - outdoor activities allowed but indoor activities closed
Breweries/Distilleries/Wineries - can conduct tastings outdoors

7/6

South Bay Community Services is in support of families in need as the COVID-19 pandemic persists. In partnership with the City of Chula Vista,  SBCS is currently accepting applications for a rental assistance program to help lower-income households in Chula Vista who are facing financial hardship due to the effects of COVID-19.  Please see SBCS’ website for the program, eligibility requirements and application  Please note that this program is funded through federal funds and therefore certain program restrictions will apply.

 

7/2

Chula Vista has extended the eviction moratorium through July 31. As a reminder, gatherings are not allowed and illegal use of fireworks is prohibited. Please stay safe this holiday weekend by continuing to wear your mask, maintaining social distance and washing your hands.

6/30

Because of the continued surge in cases in San Diego County, officials are pausing on any further openings. Effective July 1, San Diego County is closing all bars, wineries and breweries who do not have a food license. Also, as of June 30, all restaurants and bars must close their dining areas at 10 p.m., however, take-out is still available after 10 p.m. All businesses must comply with face coverings and social distancing requirements. No gatherings with those outside of your household are allowed including at private residences. Please do your part to help stop the spread.

 

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Online Services

Did you know you can find many ChulaVista services online? Report a potholesearch the library catalogpay for a serviceapply for a job and much more! Visit our Online Services page or view a complete list of all our services here.

Available Resources During City Closure


Handwashing Stations 

The County of SanDiego has distributed handwashing stations throughout the City of ChulaVista in an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19. Combined with facilities provided by the City, the following locations are available for handwashing. Wash your hands thoroughly and often!

  • Carquest Autoparts parking lot, 574 Orange Avenue
  • Bay Blvd Park, 298 Bay Blvd
  • Broadway and C Street, 4 Broadway
  • Auto Zone sidewalk, 225 Broadway
  • Community Through Hope, 465 C Street
  • Day of Hope, 345 5th Avenue
  • Eucalyptus Park, 416 C Street
  • Friendship Park, Corner of Davidson and 4th Avenue
  • Harborside Park, 670 Oxford Street
  • Otay Regional Park Horse Staging Area, 27th Street, South of Faivre
  • Lauderbach Park, 333 Oxford Street
  • Memorial Park, 373 Park Way
  • Parking lot, 707 F Street
  • Orange Park, 1475 4th Avenue
  • Sweetwater Regional Park Open Space Preserve, Intersection of Bonita Road and Plaza Bonita Road
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