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South Pasadena News and Updates from City Manager Stephanie DeWolfe

In alignment with the state’s Pandemic Resilience Roadmap, the County of Los Angeles has introduced additional guidelines for reopening.Select lower-risk locations may reopen with reduced capacity, physical distancing requirements, face coverings and other infection prevention guidelines. LA County’s Department of Public Health (DPH) Order: Lower-risk retail, manufacturing and logistics sector businesses that supply lower-risk retail businesses, non-essential office-based …

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LA County has announced its participation in California’s state “Great Plates Delivered” initiative. With partnerships between the LA County Department of Workforce, Aging and Community Services (WDACS) and the Office of Emergency Management, LA County will provide three home-delivered meals a day to qualifying older individuals while also stimulating the economy to bring employees back …

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Governor Gavin Newsom yesterday announced that he would be modifying statewide restrictions on retail as early as Friday, but he was also clear that each County would have the flexibility to be more restrictive if local conditions warranted. Dr. Ferrer, the Los Angeles County Health Officer, indicated last week that because of such high infection …

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Governor Gavin Newsom announced a new portal to help Californians working in essential sectors find safe, reliable, and accessible childcare options. Californians working in essential sectors during the coronavirus (COVID-19) response need safe, reliable, and accessible childcare options. MyChildCare.ca.gov provides an interactive map of qualified licensed childcare providers near you. The tool is available in …

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Pregnant Women & Mothers who are experiencing food insecurities and hardships during the COVID-19 pandemic can look for support with the following LA County programs and services: Home Visiting Programs Home Visitors provide support and services during pregnancy; coaches parents on how to support children during difficult times. For more information, call (213) 639-6434. MAMA’s …

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An estimated 2 million people in Los Angeles County suffer from food-insecurity issues on an ongoing basis. That vulnerable community is sure to swell because of pandemic-related economic losses in the months to come, but Los Angeles County is committed to preventing hunger and ensuring access to food for all residents. The County is currently …

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Thanks to Petco Foundation’s recent grant of $80,000 provided to the Care Centers, the fee to adopt a furry friend is currently waived. If you are interested in checking out some dogs and cats, visit their website to meet new furry friends digitally! Call to schedule an adoption meeting with Care Center staff at one of their locations.(The …

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