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11/19 Update from City Manager Joe Gorton:

Dear San Ramon Community,

Due to the rapid increase in COVID-19 cases across the State of California, Governor Gavin Newsom and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) today announced a Limited Stay at Home Order, requiring non-essential work and gatherings to stop between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. in counties in the purple (widespread) tier. The order will be in effect from 10 p.m. on Saturday, November 21, until 5 a.m. on Monday, December 21.

According to the CDPH, "this Limited Stay at Home Order will reduce opportunities for disease transmission with the goal of decreasing the number of hours individuals are in the community and mixing with individuals outside of their household. Every intervention to decrease mixing of households is critical during this unparalleled increase in case rate rise of about 50 percent during the first week in November." 

> Read the Limited Stay at Home Order from the California Department of Public Health

 

Contra Costa County in Purple Tier of State Blueprint

Earlier this week, Contra Costa County moved from the red (substantial) tier to the more restrictive purple (widespread) tier in the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, prompting additional safety measures for some businesses and activities.

> Read the full Press Release from Contra Costa County

> View an updated list of Contra Costa County Openings at a Glance

> View the State of California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy

> Learn more about the State of California’s COVID-19 Response

 

CCHS Recommendations for Safer Holiday Celebrations

As the holidays approach, Contra Costa County Health Services has shared a list of recommendations for lowering risk and celebrating safely throughout the season. Click the link below to learn more.

> View CCHS Recommendations for Safer Celebrations

 

Meal Delivery & More for San Ramon Seniors

The City of San Ramon continues to offer support to local Seniors through a variety of Senior Care Resources, including COVID-19 hotlines and meal delivery.

Seniors ages 60+ should call (925) 973-3250 by noon on Monday to request lunches for the following day. A five-day meal pack will be delivered or available for curbside pickup on Tuesdays only, from noon–1:30 p.m.

> Learn more about Senior Care Resources, including Senior Meal Delivery

> Senior Hotline (English): (925) 973-3250

> Senior Voicemail Line (Mandarin): (925) 973-3277

 

Virtual Culture in the Community is Online Now

San Ramon's fourth annual Culture in the Community celebration has gone virtual this year! Click the link below to see a variety of performances representing culture from across our community. The information and videos were provided by our community and we are grateful for their contributions to make San Ramon a great place to live, work, and play.

> Visit Virtual Culture in the Community

 

Registration Now Open for Winter Programs

The San Ramon Parks and Community Services Department is offering winter classes and programs starting in December. Highlights include Holiday Programs, Preschool & Youth Programs, Virtual Enrichment Classes, Adult Programs, Open Gym, and Lap Swimming. Registration is now open!

> Learn More and Register for Winter Programs

 

Community Resources for San Ramon

The following information and resources are available at the City of San Ramon’s website, and are updated regularly:

 

Ways to Stay Informed

Website: www.sanramon.ca.gov/covid-19

Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, NextDoor

General Questions: (925) 973-2500

General COVID-19 Help Line for San Ramon: (925) 570-1186

Senior Hotline (English): (925) 973-3250

Senior Voicemail Line (Mandarin): (925) 973-3277

Contra Costa County Help Line: 2-1-1

Email: info@sanramon.ca.gov


As always, I want to thank you all for your continued commitment to the well-being of this community!

Joe Gorton
San Ramon City Manager



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