On March 30, the County of Orange announced that the county Public Health Order, originally set to expire on March 31, 2020, is superseded by the state’s executive order until further notice.
With much uncertainty regarding the COVID-19 crisis, the city of Fountain Valley has extended the closure of City facilities to the public through the end of April and anticipate reopening on May 1, 2020. City services are available online...
The impact of the COVID-19 has been financially devastating for many Orange County taxpayers.
The last timely payment date remains at April 10, as neither the County nor the Treasurer-Tax Collector, has the legal authority under the statue to change or extend this date. The April 10 date is set by state law, which can only be amended by the legislature.
The Orange County Public Health Care Agency on March 17 issued an Emergency Public Health Order banning all public and private gatherings in Orange County effective through March 31 to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
City officials released a statement on March 18 to address several issues to help Fountain Valley residents and businesses understand what the health order covers.
The following events have been postponed or canceled based on recommendations by the Orange County Health Care Agency, the state Department of Public Health, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention related to coronavirus.
The Fountain Valley Historical Society and Fountain Valley Living Magazine have postponed their Spring Jubilee, which was set for April 25 at Heritage Park. More information...
"The Fire Department is in full force from an emergency response perspective. We are taking extra precautions with emergency responder personal protective equipment to include gloves, goggles, gowns and masks on all suspected COVID-19 calls.
"All non-essential activities including training, public education, non-essential programs have been shut down until further notice.
"This is a very fluid time and our action plan adjusts se...