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City of Palm Springs – 2020 Coronavirus Information

 Updated 3/25/2020

The City of Palm Springs will continue to provide residents, workers and visitors with updated information regarding health information, as well as resources and services for businesses and workers impacted by the City’s Shelter in Place Order.

This page will be updated regularly with more information.

Current Health Guidelines:

Can private pools, like those in a gated housing development or apartment building, remain open?:

No. Both public and privately owned shared pools (and spas) must be closed, including apartment pools, hotel pools and neighborhood pools. Pools attached to a single family home and not shared by persons outside the residence are permitted to be used by the inhabitants of the home only.

Pools and spas should continue to be maintained.

Senior Issues - FOR ANY ISSUE, CALL RIVERSIDE’S HOTLINE AT 800-510-2020

  • On Sunday, March 15 the governor ordered all California residents age 65 and older to isolate themselves at home.

DMV Information:

  • The DMV has changed policy to allow customers to avoid coming to a DMV office for 60 days. They have alerted law enforcement that some Californians may have delayed renewals for expired licenses and registration: Link Here

 


Archived News

Quick Links:

Resources for Asian & Pacific Islanders Experiencing Discrimination at Link Here

City Contacts at Link Here

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) at cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

California Department of Public Health at Link Here

Riverside County Public Health at rivcoph.org/coronavirus