Orange County is reopening over 60,000 acres of regional and wilderness parks along with camping on May 16 after a two-month long shut down. The Orange County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to reopen parking lots across the county this weekend with the exception of beach parking lots which will remain closed. Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do stated in a Press Release "Many Orange County residents do not live within walking distance of a park, especially our seniors and disabled residents," said Vice Chairman Andrew Do, First District Supervisor. "Now all residents have the opportunity to access County parks while
Orange County has seen protesting over the past few weeks in support of opening businesses and resuming life. As impatient as county residents may be, there are some challenges Orange County has to face outside the county before opening up. In a press conference Monday, Governor Newsom said any decisions on reopening would be done in collaboration with other western states. Currently there is a Western Pact with California and four other Western states.
Fountain Valley Local Creates ‘RV’s for Covid-19’ to Provide Isolation Chambers for Essential Workers
Local hero in Fountain Valley creates RV's for Covid-19 to create isolation chambers for first responders. Join the match-making service for RV owners and those in need.
The Great American Takeout and Gift Card Giveaways is taking place today all over the nation! Just order from your local foodery, snap a pic, post it with the right tags and enjoy supporting your local businesses!
The City of Fountain Valley is accepting applications for emergency small business employee retention grants during Covid-19. The grant is geared towards those who make under $66,500 a year and is meant to help small businesses keep their employees through Covid-19.
The California Department of Education held their very first virtual press conference today regarding the $100 million allocated in SB 117 to schools in response to covid-19. The conference included distance learning, special education, emergency grants and when schools can choose to open.
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.