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Yes, the City will still hold Council meetings; however, the City Council will participate via teleconferencing. How to watch the meeting from home:
KCRT – Comcast Channel 28 or AT&T Uverse Channel 99
Livestream online at http://www.ci.richmond.ca.us/3178/KCRT-Live
Yes, all public safety departments will be available, with modified public access.
The Police Department lobby will NOT be open to the public. Please call 911 for emergency services, use the phone outside of the lobby doors, or contact our non-emergency line 510-233-1214 to file a report.
For more information about specific city departments, please visit Impact to City Services and Facilities.
All public spaces will remain open for use. When using them, please be mindful of your safety and maintaining social distance.
Yes, all garbage, recycling, and other waste will still be picked up on the scheduled days.
Yes, street sweeping will still be happening as scheduled. The city will not ticket cars if they are not moved, but please move your cars if possible so they can maintain street cleanliness.
Health Information and Community Resources
Our Paratransit services are still available for seniors and disabled individuals.
In regards transit services (Bart & AC Transit), services remain unchanged
Yes, all public transit options (bus, train) will still be running their regular schedule. Please be mindful of social distancing when taking public transportation.
Please visit https://www.coronavirus.cchealth.org/ for more information or reach out to the Contra Costa Health Services for more information about which businesses are affected by the Public Health Order.
For any other questions or concerns about the “shelter-in-place” order, please visit https://www.coronavirus.cchealth.org/ for more information or reach out to the Contra Costa Health Services.
Please call (844)-729-8410 available 8 am – 5 pm