In adherence to San Luis Obispo C ounty’s executive shelter-at-home order, City of Grover Beach has announced changes that will affect public services.
The City had already canceled or postponed events, facility rentals and recreational classes through the end of March.
Grover Beach is narrowing its focus on essential governmental functions allowed under the executive order which are defined as the following services:
• Police patrol and dispatch
• Water treatment and water/wastewater distribution
• Infrastructure projects
• Stormwater response
• Permit review and issuance
Five Cities Fire Authority will continue to tend to fire and emergency medical services. Additionally, The police station will remain in operation given their essential services function.
Public restrooms, playgrounds, sports courts, and the skate park will also be closed to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Access to outdoor park areas, while adhering to social distance requirements, is still allowed.
“Grover Beach is a strong and resilient community and city government is taking the necessary steps to continue providing important public services while ensuring the health and safety of our community,” said City Manager and Emergency Services Director, Matthew Bronson.