COVID-19 Update from The City of Stanton

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To prevent the spread of misinformation in our community, we encourage the Stanton community to visit and follow agencies such as: CDCWHOOC Health Care Agency, California Department of Health for current information. 

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Where We’re At: Stanton continues to closely monitor the Coronavirus situation. Check back regularly for timely updates.

Updated: June 15, 2020

Residents of Orange County are required to continue to stay at home except for essential needs. Because transmission is occurring throughout the county, it is important for individuals and businesses to practice social distancing, as directed by the Governor and the State’s Public Health Officer. This stay-at-home order is in place until further notice.

Effective until further notice, all parks in the City of Stanton will be temporarily closed to support state and local efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19.

  • Harry M. Dotson Park
  • Hollenbeck Park
  • Martha Weishaupt Linear  Park
  • Norm Ross Sports Complex
  • Premier Park
  • Stanton Central Park
  • Stanton Park
  • Veterans Memorial Park
  • Zuniga Park

California-wide Stay-at-Home Order
Per Governor Gavin Newsom, Stanton and all of California are being directed to stay at home for all but essential work until further notice. Please see a summary of that directive below:

How long will we stay home?
Starting Thursday evening, March 19, until further notice.

What can I do? What’s open? 
Essential services will remain open such as:

  • Gas stations
  • Pharmacies
  • Food: grocery stores, farmers markets, food banks, convenience stores, take-out and delivery
  • Banks
  • Laundromats/laundry services

Essential state and local governments will also remain open, including law enforcement and offices that provide government programs and services.

What is closed?

  • Dine-in restaurant
  • Bars and nightclubs
  • Entertainment venues
  • Gyms and fitness studios
  • Public events and gatherings
  • Convention Centers

Where does this apply?
This is in effect throughout the state of California.

Businesses
Beyond clearly outlined essential functions above, businesses and employees will have to look to 16 federally defined categories to determine if they will still operate and at what level. 

SENIOR ASSISTANCE
Seniors are welcome to visit City Hall to receive frozen meals offered through OC Meals on Wheels. Additionally, our home-delivered meal service continues to operate and deliver meals Monday-Thursday to home-bound seniors in our community. If you, or a senior you know, is in need of a nutritious meal, please call the Community Services Department at (714) 890-4270 to schedule drop-off or pick-up.   

We’re also seeing our neighborhood markets step up by offering special shopping hours for seniors before their stores open to the general public. Please see the infographic below for details.

RELAXED PARKING ENFORCEMENT
During these uncertain times, we are relaxing some enforcement of parking violations and will suspend ticketing of cars on street sweeping days or for parking in a permit zone without a permit. On street sweeping days, we ask that everyone do their best to move their cars to allow for a thorough cleaning of the streets. We will continue to enforce violations that pose a risk to public safety and health. Those include parking in front of fire hydrants, along red curbs, in disabled/handicap stalls without a placard, parking in alleys and in areas with road maintenance. We ask you to do your part and park responsibly, be courteous to others and be mindful of public safety.

STANTON CITY HALL
City Hall remains temporarily closed to the public; however, staff is available via email or phone. City services, such as OC Sheriff’s Department, OC Fire Authority, street sweeping, electric and water service will continue as usual with no disruption.

The following Community Services Programs and Activities are currently canceled:

  • Youth Sports and Youth Sports Groups 
  • Youth and Adult Recreation Classes
  • Facility Rentals
  • Congregate Senior Lunch Program (Home Delivered Meals will Continue)
  • Daily Senior Classes and Activities 
  • Excursions
  • Communal Food Distribution Programs
  • Women of Distinction Awards – March 24
  • Easter Egg Hunts and Resource Fair – April 11
  • CR&R Compost Event – April 18

Public meetings including those for Commissions and Committees that are non-essential will be postponed until further notice. Special meetings may be convened on a limited basis to address essential city business that cannot be deferred during this period. 

INFORMATION RELATED TO THE NOVEL CORONAVIRUS

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS
 

Emergency

911

OC Sheriff’s (Non-emergency)

(714) 647-7000

OC Fire Authority

(714) 573-6000

City Hall Main Line

(714) 379-9222

Community Services

(714) 890-4270

Public Works

(714) 890-4205

City Code Enforcement

(714) 890-4220

Animal Control

(714) 548-3201

OC COVID-19  Hotline

1(833) 426-6411