Pinole's CORONA VIRUS (COVID-19)

CORONA VIRUS (COVID-19)

Updated December 4, 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) 

The Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a respiratory disease that may result in serious illness or death and is easily transmissible from person to person.

Stay At Home Order Effective 12/6/2020

On 12/2/2020, the State has issued a new Regional Stay at Home Order. The Order modifies the State’s COVD-19 response strategy in three significant ways:

• It groups counties into one of five regions (Contra Costa is part of the 11-county Bay Area region);
• Restrictions will be triggered by a new metric, regional ICU capacity; and
• The Order slightly modifies which activities will be restricted for different tiers relative to what had been required previously under the California Blueprint for a safer economy.

Today, (12/4/2020) Contra Costa County, along with other Bay Area counties, decided to implement the strictest restrictions of the State’s new Regional Stay at Home Order, effective this Sunday (12/6/2020) through 1/4/2021.

Here is the press release from the County regarding new restrictions.


Information on COVID-19 in Contra Costa County

The Contra Costa Health Services department COVID-19 website contains up-to-date information on cases, health practices, and legal requirements (including the stay at home Health Order) related to the virus, here: https://www.coronavirus.cchealth.org

The department has also created a Coronavirus Call Center to answer questions from the public: 844-729-8410

Contra Costa County Extends Ordinance for Eviction Protection and Rent Freeze through September 30


At a special Board meeting on July 14, 2020, the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed an urgency ordinance that continues an eviction moratorium for residential tenants and small businesses in the County through September 30, 2020. The urgency ordinance also continues a moratorium on certain residential rent increases through September 30, 2020. Click here to view the full press release.

Community Safety Protocols
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City of Pinole Response


Click here for a letter from the Mayor of Pinole regarding COVID-19 (October 21, 2020).

To protect the health and safety of the residents and employees of the City of Pinole, and to comply with the County Health Order, the City has taken the following steps, effective March 17, 2020 until further notice.

- Cancelled all City-sponsored recreation programs and events
- Cancelled all rentals of City facilities
- Closed all City buildings to the public (including public restrooms)
- Cancelled all non-essential public meetings
- Cancelled or reduced some other City functions

The Police, Fire, Public Works and Wastewater Departments continue to be fully operational.  Click here for a letter from Chief Neil Gang regarding COVID-19. 
Building and Planning are available for limited services.  Click here for more information.

For COVID-19 updates visit shorturl.at/JKZ07, resources visit shorturl.at/tGIMS, or information on how to avoid scams and frauds visit shorturl.at/gAQR1

Emergency Declaration Timeline


January 31, 2020 - U.S. Department of Public Health and Human Services declared a public emergency March 4, 2020 - State of California declared a state of emergency
March 10, 2020 - Contra Costa County declared a local health emergency
March 18, 2020 - City of Pinole declared a local emergency

The City will update this website as new information becomes available.