Second Update from the City of Culver City – Bars Close, Seniors to Self-Quarantine – March 15, 2020

The City of Culver City continues to cooperate with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to respond to the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Los Angeles County. This important email update is being sent to all City email subscribers to ensure the community is notified.

For previous updates, please visit the City’s Coronavirus webpage.

List of cancellations and closures

March 15, 2020 Second Citywide Update
New Statewide Guidance

On March 15, Governor Newsom issued the following guidance/recommendations:

Home isolation for all seniors in state of California 65 and older and those with chronic conditions.
Closure of all bars, nightclubs, wineries, brewpubs in the state until further notice.
Reduction by one-half in the allowed current occupancy within restaurants and requirement for social distancing within these establishments.
No visitations for hospitals and congregate living facilities (assisted living, nursing homes, etc.) except for end of life visitations
The Governor also announced that the state is procuring hotels and motels as temporary shelters for homeless and working to expand access points/delivery of meals to seniors and others in home isolation.

There is No Shortage of Food or Supplies

The Governor and White House today also stressed that there is no shortage of food and supplies, so there is no need to stockpile or hoard food or supplies.

In-Person Services Ceased at Culver City Hall, Veterans Memorial Complex, and Transportation Building

Based on Governor Newsom’s March 15th guidance on social distancing, the City is ceasing to offer in-person services at City Hall, the Veterans Memorial Complex, and the Transportation Building starting Monday, March 16 through Tuesday, March 31. The City is open for business via telephone, email, or online. Please call the relevant City Department for information on how to obtain services via telephone, email, or online. The City is currently evaluating how it can continue to provide in-person services at City Hall while also encouraging social distancing to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Culver City Police Department

Live Scan services at the Culver City Police Department have been suspended until further notice. Please visit the Police Department Website for more information.

What should I do if I have symptoms and think I may have been exposed to novel coronavirus?

According to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health:

Most people with respiratory infections like colds, the flu, and coronavirus disease (COVID-19) will have mild illness and can get better with appropriate home care and without the need to see a provider. People who are elderly, pregnant, or have a weak immune system, or other medical problems, are at higher risk of more serious illness or complications. It is recommended that you monitor your symptoms closely and seek medical care early if your symptoms get worse.

If you are having difficulty breathing or keeping fluids down, go to an emergency room or call 911. Otherwise, it is better to call your doctor before going in to seek care.

You should also call a doctor if you have had close contact with a person who has COVID-19.

Where can I get more information?

For more information on the City of Culver City’s response to coronavirus (COVID-19), please visit

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