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Coronavirus (COVID-19) - CITY UPDATES

This page provides a newsfeed of all  communications that have been sent out to our residents regarding COVID-19.  Please click below for our comprehensive COVID-19 resource page, which has updated information on current City services and links to other key resources, including testing locations.

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June 10, 2021 Update
2021年6月10日COVID-19新冠病毒最新資訊

An Update on State's June 15 Reopening
As we reported previously, Los Angeles County will be aligning with the State’s June 15th reopening plans that will ease most capacity limits and distancing requirements. Masks will not be required by the State or County for fully vaccinated individuals, except in the following settings where masks are required for everyone, regardless of vaccination status:
 
On public transit (examples: airplanes, ships, ferries, trains, subways, buses, taxis, and ride-shares) and in transportation hubs (examples: airport, bus terminal, marina, train station, seaport or other port, subway station, or any other area that provides transportation)
  • Indoors in K-12 schools, childcare and other youth settings
  • Healthcare settings (including long term care facilities)
  • State and local correctional facilities and detention centers
  • Homeless shelters, emergency shelters, and cooling centers
  • At worksites where employers and workers must continue to comply with Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards that require masking
Masks will be required for unvaccinated individuals in indoor public settings and businesses. It is also important to note that any businesses will have the ability still require masks of their visitors, or verify vaccination status, so please pay special attention to the business protocols when entering stores, restaurants, or other businesses.
 
For more information on what this means, please see the following helpful links:

Reminder: Overnight Parking Enforcement to Resume on June 15
With the reopening of all City services to the public on June 1, and the state’s reopening on June 15, the San Marino Police Department will be resuming overnight parking enforcement.
 
From now until June 14, 2021, the San Marino Police Department will issue warnings to educate residents regarding the return of the overnight parking ordinance, which was temporarily suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic. Beginning June 15, 2021, vehicles parked on city streets, from 2:00 a.m. - 5:00 a.m. are subject to citation unless a temporary overnight parking permit is obtained and prominently displayed on the dashboard of the vehicle.
 
Residents can obtain five complementary, one-night overnight parking permits per calendar year. Any permits obtained past the five complementary permits can be purchased for $5.00 per day/per vehicle. Temporary permits may be obtained online here. (A printer is required to print out the permit when issued.)
 
The Chief of Police may issue long-term overnight parking permits based upon circumstances where it would otherwise be impractical, such as a construction project that eliminates or reduces available parking on their property.
 
Persons obtaining overnight street parking permits need to park their vehicles on the street immediately in front of the property for which the vehicle would otherwise park, unless the police department on-duty watch commander finds that this is not possible given specific circumstances

If you have any questions, please contact the San Marino Police Department at (626) 300-0720. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
 
Vaccines Update: Transition to More Community-Based Vaccination Sites
To help vaccinate as many LA County residents as possible as more businesses fully reopen, the County announced that they are closing several sites this week and opening others in different locations. These new locations will be accessible by public transit and many are within a few miles of those that are closing.

California State University Northridge closed its operations on Monday, and vaccinations will continue to be available to nearby residents at the Balboa Sports Complex vaccination site. After June 13, Pomona Fairplex, Forum, and LACOE/Downey large capacity vaccination sites will also be closed. However, there will still be ample appointments and locations available for those who would like to be vaccinated, and local pharmacies also will continue to offer vaccines. You can find out more at www.vaccinatelacounty.com.
 
If you are having difficulty navigating the County website or finding out how to get vaccinated, our Resident Support Hotline staff are available to assist you during regular business hours at (626) 300-0731.


June 3, 2021 Update
2021年6月3日COVID-19新冠病毒最新資訊

City Facilities Now Open to the Public
City facilities – including City Hall, Crowell Public Library, and Stoneman – are now open to the public! Appointments are not necessary, but required safety protocols are being enforced. This includes face coverings inside any City facility (regardless of vaccination status), physical distancing, and reduced capacity limits. More details on each building’s reopening procedures can be found at www.cityofsanmarino.org/COVID19.

Overnight Parking Enforcement to Resume on June 15
With the reopening of all City services to the public on June 1, and the state’s reopening on June 15, the San Marino Police Department will be resuming overnight parking enforcement.

From now until June 14, 2021, the San Marino Police Department will issue warnings to educate residents regarding the return of the overnight parking ordinance, which was temporarily suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic. Beginning June 15, 2021, vehicles parked on city streets, from 2:00 a.m. - 5:00 a.m. are subject to citation unless a temporary overnight parking permit is obtained and prominently displayed on the dashboard of the vehicle.

Residents can obtain five complementary, one-night overnight parking permits per calendar year. Any permits obtained past the five complementary permits can be purchased for $5.00 per day/per vehicle. Temporary permits may be obtained online at: https://www.paymycite.com/sanmarino/TemporaryPermit.aspx  (a printer is required to print out the permit when issued).

The Chief of Police may issue long-term overnight parking permits based upon circumstances where it would otherwise be impractical, such as a construction project that eliminates or reduces available parking on their property.

Persons obtaining overnight street parking permits need to park their vehicles on the street immediately in front of the property for which the vehicle would otherwise park, unless the police department on-duty watch commander finds that this is not possible given specific circumstances.

If you have any questions, please contact the San Marino Police Department at (626) 300-0720. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.

More Details on State’s June 15 Reopening
Los Angeles County officially have announced that they will align with the State’s June 15th reopening plans that will ease most capacity limits and distancing requirements. There will still be specific requirements for large capacity events, schools, health care facilities, and congregate settings, but almost all sectors and businesses will be able to return to usual operations. The State and County will also adopt the CDC’s masking guidelines for vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals. Because businesses will have the discretion to continue public health measures for the safety of their workers and customers, LA County Public Health has announced that they will be posting best practices next week to help businesses plan accordingly.

Vaccines Continue to Be Available for 12+; Get Vaccinated for a Chance to Win Season Tickets
Beginning this Friday, June 4 through next Thursday, June 10 at County-run vaccination sites, everyone 18 and older coming to get their first vaccine or who brings a first-time vaccine recipient with them to their second dose appointment, will have an opportunity to win a pair of tickets to the 2021-2022 home season of either the LA Football Club soccer team or the LA Dodgers. Official rules and participating site locations will be posted on the Los Angeles County Vaccination Sweepstakes page online this Friday. 

If you are not yet vaccinated, we encourage to look into the safety and effectiveness data we now have. You can read more at www.vaccinatelacounty.com.

If you are having difficulty navigating the County website or finding out how to get vaccinated, our Resident Support Hotline staff are available to assist you during regular business hours at (626) 300-0731.



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