The coronavirus economic relief package (H.R. 748) is now signed into law as the largest economic relief package in United States history. The $2.2 trillion relief package includes $377 billion for small business loans and grants. The bill also allocates $17 billion for deferring payments on small business loans and $10 billion in small business emergency grants.
Fountain Valley is waiving banner permit fees for businesses during quarantine. On March 23 the city of Fountain Valley posted a press release to their website saying the city will waive a $55 banner permit fee for businesses that want to apply for banners.
The United States has surpassed Spain, Germany and Iran for confirmed cases of covid-19 placing America third in the world for confirmed coronavirus cases. The infection rate in the United States for coronavirus. doubled in two days and is expected to spike over the next 10 days.
Thursday night Governor Newsom ordered the state of California to stay at home in an attempt to slow the spread of covid-19. The 'stay at home' order requires over 35 million residents to not leave their homes unless it is for an essential job, food shopping or to receive medical treatment and prescriptions.
Covid-19 tests are in short supply around the country and those suspected of being infected have been asked to call health agencies before showing up at facilities. If you feel you have symptoms related to covid-19 or have been exposed, here's what happens when you call your health provider to get a covid-19 test.
Fountain Valley City Manager, Rob Houston tells Experience FV city services will continue to operate and serve residents during quarantine. On Tuesday, March 18 the City of Fountain Valley published a press release stating they have activated the Emergency Operations Center (EOC). This action will establish communication with the city and the local EOC.
Fountain Valley School District (FVSD) will continue essential learning under a fluid basis. The FVSD received guidance from the California Department of Public Health to determine what activities are essential and non-essential during the covid19 pandemic.
UPDATE: March 13th 7:40pm The Board of Trustees has voted to close down all schools in the FVUSD CLICK HERE to learn more. Mark Johnson, Fountain Valley School District Superintendent, sent an e-mail today to parents informing them of an emergency board meeting about possible school closures today at 5:30 pm. The e-mail stated, "This morning, we were informed that LAUSD, LBUSD, SDUSD, as well as several other school districts throughout the state have made the decision to close schools, effective Monday, March 16 2020. We have scheduled an emergency board meeting for this evening at 5:30 pm to