CARLSBAD–The City of Carlsbad has temporarily suspended all in-person city services based on San Diego County Health Human Services Administration’s order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The city will temporarily suspend all in-person services. A list of services is available by phone and on the city’s website, https://www.delmar.ca.us/799/Conducting-City-Business-During-COVID-19
A special city council meeting was held Tuesday to declare a local emergency to manage essential city services that protect the health and welfare of the community.
Effective Tuesday, all city buildings will temporarily be closed to the public. City employees will continue to work, maintaining a 6-foot distance between each other and following all other health guidelines.
All city libraries, Faraday Administration Center, City Hall, community, aquatic and senior centers (Monday to Friday meal service for those 60 and older will continue outside on a pickup basis and by delivery) are closed.
City parks and trails will remain open to the public, and park restrooms will be open and accessible during operating hours. Additional maintenance will be conducted to clean, disinfect and stock restrooms. The city has also placed handwashing stations in community locations.
Although many city employees are affected by the COVID-19 emergency due to child care and other personal needs, the city has arranged options to help all who can work to carry on either in person or remotely.