Dana Point Declares A Local Emergency Due to COVID-19 on Monday March 16 2020

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Dana Point Declares A Local Emergency Due to COVID-19 on Monday March 16 2020.

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The City of Dana Point announced a major shift in the City’s operations on Monday March 16 2020 thru March 31 2020. The Major Shift in Operations is in response to continuing to implement mitigation measures in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Dana Point City Manager Mark Denny declared a Emergency Declaration for COVID-19.

The City is following guidance from the Federal, State and County authorities.

This proclamation allows the City to promptly take the actions necessary to protect public health, safety and welfare within the City and also allows for future reimbursement by the county, state and federal governments.

Dana Point City Leadership team and key staff will remain on-site

Some Dana Point Staff will Social Distance and work from home

Dana Point Shift in Operations Highlights

Dana Point City Plaza Closure of All Public Counters and Lobbies
(Closures thru March 31 2020 or until further notice)
All services requiring in-person visits or public service counter assistance (including building permits) will be suspended or made available via phone, online or through email

Online Services
Email at info@danapoint.org
Your inquiry will be directed to the appropriate staff person.

Telephone Services

Building Inspection
services will continue

Public Works
services will remain in place with the exception of in-person permit submissions or parking permit requests, which can be made online at publicworks@danapoint.org.

Refuse Collection, Routine Street Maintenance and Street Sweeping
will continue per the usual schedule

City Meetings

Tuesday March 17 2020: Dana Point City Council Meeting
Via Teleconference
Electronic comments are encouraged.
Written comments may also be submitted by email to kward@danapoint.org.

Community Center and Recreation Programs

The Dana Point Community Center Closed thru March 31 2020

Nature Interpretive Center Closed thru March 31 2020

Recreation classes and City-Sponsored Events Cancelled
If you are enrolled in a recreation class during this time period, the City will issue you a prorated refund for the classes you will be missing.
Classes will not be made up at a later date.

City Parks Remain Open
maintenance and upkeep will continue with additional cleaning services

Animal Care Services

San Clemente-Dana Point Animal Shelter Office Closed
Sheltering Service are available and limited in person services

Adoption Services Available
Scheduled a appointment at 949-492-1617

Animal Control Officers
Will continue to accommodate the most emergent health and public safety issues in the community

Pet Licensing
Mail n payment to 221 Avenida Fabricante, San Clemente, CA 92672
Drop Box located next to the front door of the shelter.
Pay over the phone at 949-492-1617

Dana Point Police Services

Police Services Lobby Closed
The Blue phone outside of the door is operational and can be used to access Police Services.

Non Emergency Police Assistance
Call 949-770-6011

Emergency Assistance
Call 911

For more information please visit The City of Dana Point Facebook Page

The City of Dana Point COVID-19 Information Page is Online

Official Source Information for CoronaVirus (COVID-19)

Orange County Emergency Operations Center Facebook Page

Orange County Public Health (COVID-19) Information Page is Online

Orange County Public Health (COVID-19) Health Referral Hotline Number is 1 (800) 564-8448

California Department of Public Health (COVID-19) Information is Online

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (COVID-19) Information is Online

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