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A Message from Council President Georgette Gómez:

As President of the San Diego City Council, I am committed to making sure San Diego is prepared to protect and assist residents in our community who are affected by COVID-19. On this page you'll find information related to District 9 Information and Resourcesmy COVID-19 Updates, and Various Government Agencies' COVID-19 Websites, including the City of San Diego, County of San Diego, and State of California.
As of April 21st, 2020, some City of San Diego Neighborhood Parks will have limited hours for individual use; more information can be found in the Mayor's News Release. The full list of parks and their status can be found PDF icon hereand the District 9 specific list is linked here.
In accordance with the County's Public Health Order to practice health and safety guidance and the Governor's State Order for Californians to stay in their place of residence, essential services will remain open, and you can, while maintaining at least 6 feet of distance from others:
  • Go to the grocery store, farmer's markets, food banks, or order takeout and delivery from restaurants
  • Go to the pharmacy or medical appointments
  • Go to a gas stations
  • Go to the bank
  • Go outside for a walk, run, or walk your dog
  • Go to the laundromat
You should not:
  • Go to work unless you are providing an essential service
  • Visit friends or family unless an urgent need or emergency arises
  • Visit hospitals, nursing homes, or other nursing/residential care facilities
  • Maintain less than 6 feet of distance from others when out
Additionally, the County's Public Health Order reccomends wearing a facial covering when leaving your place of residence. Cloth facial coverings such as homemade masks, bandanas, scarves and neck gaiters, are adequate facial coverings but should cover your nose and mouth.
My staff and I are working remotely to continue providing District 9 with services and resources, however please note that some City services have been impactedPlease do not hesitate to contact us through our General Line at 619-236-6699 or email [email protected]. Let’s work together and take care of each other. 
In Solidarity,
Georgette Gómez
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