On Monday, July 20, the City will institute modified operations as a proactive health and safety measure in response to the current spike in COVID-19 cases throughout Orange County. Under this modified operating plan, the City will continue providing all current services (including Police, Fire, development, and utility operations), but will close public access to City Hall, the Police Department, and most other facilities to limit the interactions that can spread COVID-19. Of note, all departmental operations will remain fully staffed, and the City will improve and expand the use of digital and telephone services to meet the community’s needs remotely.
There have multiple reports in the community about residents not adhering to current city closures of active park amenities to include but not limited to tennis courts, wiffle ball courts and playground equipment. We have found locks cut and signs either removed or defaced in some of these areas. We want to remind our community … Continue reading Destruction of City Property is Unacceptable, We are One HB!
To our Huntington Beach Community: The City of Huntington Beach and The Human Relations Task Force (HRTF) stand united to remind our residents and business owners to stand up against acts of discrimination and hatred directly related to the COVID-19 Crisis. A recent incident that targeted a resident of Chinese descent reminds us that it … Continue reading The City of Huntington Beach and The Human Relations Task Force Stand Up Against Discrimination and Hatred