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STATUS OF CASES IN GLENDALE:

As of March 26, 2020, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has confirmed 23 cases in Glendale and one death of an individual who was over 65 and had underlying health conditions.


Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation and health recommendations from the LA County Health Department, the public won't be able to attend City Council meetings in person; However, we will provide teleconferencing so that the public can participate from the safety of their homes.
For public comments and questions during the meeting call 818-937-8100.

To watch Council meetings -
Streaming Online: https://glendaleca.gov/government/public-meeting-portal…
OR
On local cable: Spectrum Cable, channel 6 and AT&T U-Verse, channel 99
Click here for details.



COVID-19 Update from Mayor Ara Najarian:
March 24, 2020
 
 
COVID-19 Update from Mayor Ara Najarian:
March 25, 2020: Armenian

 




COVID-19 Update from Mayor Ara Najarian: English  COVID-19 Update from Mayor Ara Najarian: Armenian

 

Understand the "Safer at Home" Order:

What is an Essential Vs. Non-Essential Business

English      Armenian


All Emergency Orders have been extended to

April 30, 2020


Glendale's Eviction Moratorium. View the Order in:

English       Armenian      Spanish      Tagalog         Korean



Glendale's Rent Increase Freeze. View the Order in:

English     (Additional languages will be added)


GUSD  - Free Meals for all children under 18:

English     Armenian      Spanish      Korean


COVID-19 News

New Emergency Orders and Updates Related to COVID-19: March 18, 2020

Post Date:03/18/2020 5:31 PM

Media Contact:
Eliza Papazian, Public Information Officer
epapazian@glendaleca.gov
(818) 548-4859 (direct) 

New Emergency Orders and Updates Related to COVID-19: March 18, 2020

Glendale, CA— The City of Glendale continues to closely monitor coronavirus (COVID-19) developments. Based on the latest public health information and the urgent need to stop the spread of the virus, the City is closing public facilities and making the following service modifications:

  1. All service counters located inside the City Hall, Municipal Services, and Perkins buildings, as well as other off-site facilities, are closed to the public. Service counters are no longer accepting appointments for service. All City Departments can be reached by phone and all online resources are available.
  2. All late fees for City-provided services accrued following the emergency proclamation declared on Monday, March 16th, will be waived at least through March 31st, 2020.

The City of Glendale has also issued two new Public Orders following the Glendale City Council’s declaration of a local emergency on Monday, March 16, 2020. These orders include:

  1. City Measures to Address COVID-19 (Residential and Commercial Tenancies)
    1. Landlords may not evict tenants during this local emergency period if the tenant is able to show an inability to pay rent due to the circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  2. New City Measure to Address COVID-19 (Adult Day Care Facilities)
    1. All adult day care facilities within the City of Glendale shall be closed in order to prevent the congregation of large groups of adults, particularly seniors, in one location in an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

This is effective through March 31, 2020, unless extended or modified by further Executive Order or action of the City Council.

As of March 18, the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Glendale is four. For accurate information about COVID-19, including citywide updates, visit glendaleca.gov or follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @MyGlendale.

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Important Information

The health and safety of the Glendale community will always be our top priority, and we continue to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation closely.

On March 16th, 2020, the City of Glendale issued a local emergency proclamation in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in addition to a number of measures already in place across the City to protect members of the public from risk of contracting the virus. 

The City has developed open lines of communications amongst local and federal health agencies in order to be ready to react appropriately, should the need for local mitigation responses become necessary. Amongst these alliances include the Los Angeles Department of Public Health, Center for Disease Control, Glendale Adventist, Glendale Memorial and USC Verdugo Hills Hospitals, the Glendale Unified School District, and Glendale Community College. Additionally, our Fire Department Personnel have been in constant contact with our Local Area C Disaster Management Area Coordinators in an effort to keep abreast of new developments, disaster declarations, and the implementation of any potential response, should it become necessary. 

We will continue to closely monitor and share all new developments and CDC recommendations with our residents and community partners in an effort to take additional actions as appropriate. We have been in regular communication with the LA County Department of Public Health through tele-briefings in order to understand any changes, their protocols, and updates to the spread of the virus.

As the City of Glendale continues to remain proactive in monitoring and responding to COVID-19, it is vital to practice every day preventative actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses, including:

  • Getting your flu vaccination – it’s not too late!
  • Staying home if you are sick with respiratory symptoms like fever and cough;
  • Regularly washing your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available;
  • Covering your cough or sneeze with your sleeve or a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. Contact your primary care physician if symptoms develop;
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands;
  • Limiting close contact with people who are sick;
  • Cleaning surfaces that are touched often;
  • Having an ample supply of essentials at home (including water, food, hygiene, medications, and pet food);
  • Planning for the possibility of business disruptions, school closures, and modifications/cancellations of select public events;
  • Practicing simple social distancing strategies that limit your exposure to others who may be ill (verbal salutations in place of handshakes and hugs, not sharing utensils, cups and linens, staying six feet apart from others at public events);
  • Individuals with chronic health issues and/or individuals experiencing severe symptoms should be evaluated by a medical professional. 

 

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