Fountain Valley’s City Manager, Rob Houston, sent out a press release stating Fountain Valley’s initial open date of May 1 has been adjusted to May 15, 2020.
The city, and its services, remain under the ‘stay at home’ order and citizens are asked to leave their homes for essential activities only.
Kim Constantine, Fountain Valley City Council member, said “As a city council member being around and seeing what I see, I’m very pleased with the people staying at home. I know it’s not easy. We will get through this.”
Great Plates was established by Governor Newsom as a senior emergency feeding program and small business reachout.
Great Plates will deliver three meals a day to seniors and health compromised citizens from local eateries. This initiative is meant to provide services for the compromised and stimulate local small business economy.
Local restaurants may participate in the program and are encouraged to sign up through the Office of Aging help line at 714-480-6450.
Are you a part of Great Plates? Let us know in the comments so we can include you in our community hero article coming out next week!
- Street sweeping enforcement is suspended until May 15.
- Street sweeping schedule remains the same.
Trash Pick up
- Republic Trash Services has resumed bulk items pick up.
- Residential customers can schedule free bulk item collection for large items 4 times per year and up to 10 items per pickup.
- Commercial and multi-family customers with dumpster service can have bulk items collected for a fee of $26 per item.
- Trash pick up will remain the same through the city.
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