Effective Immediately, All calls to the 209 area code must be done using 1 + 209 + the 7 digit phone number to be completed. Calls to 911, 411, 311, or 211 are not affected. For more information on this change, see the Federal Communications Commission bulletin at: https://www.cpuc.ca.gov/industries-and-topics/internet-and-phone/area-codes/209-area-code

COVID-19 Information

CDPH has issued a new travel advisory and updated COVID-19 guidance for face coverings and mega-events.:

  • Effective Dec 15 - Masking required in all indoor public spaces, regardless of vaccination status
  • Effective immediately - People attending indoor mega events (500 or more) need to show proof of a negative test w/in 1 day (antigen) / 2 days (PCR) or a full vaccination
  • Effective immediately - Travelers returning to CA ‘should get tested w/ 3-5 days’ upon return and self-isolate if experiencing any symptoms
CDPH Requires Masking for All Public Indoor Settings to Slow the Spread of COVID-19 In Response to Increasing Case Rates and Hospitalizations

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Drought Information

San Joaquin County proclaimed an emergency for drought on April 27, 2021. With California experiencing a second consecutive dry winter, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced on April 21, 2021, several actions related to drought preparedness, including calling on all Californians to take simple actions to reduce water use by 15%.

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San Joaquin County Emergency Alert Notification System

Residents can now sign up by providing their preferred contact information to receive notifications. This system provides you with critical information for emergency situations such as severe weather, unexpected road closures, and evacuations of neighborhoods and buildings.