March 12, 2020 – As a precaution to reduce community spread of Coronavirus (COVID-2019), the City of Diamond Bar is implementing temporary changes to City operations effective 5:30 p.m. today. The changes to operations will be in place through the end of March or until further notice.
“The decision to make the changes was made after much deliberation and in response to local, state and federal agencies directions to reduce community spread, said Mayor Steve Tye. “Currently there are no reported cases of Coronavirus in Diamond Bar however we feel it is our responsibility to help keep our community and our employees safe.”
The changes are as follows:
All City facilities, including City Hall, the Diamond Bar Center and Heritage Park will be closed to the public. However, City operations will continue to run with staff available to provide services and answer questions by phone and email.
City Events and Recreation Classes
Parks and Trails
City Council and City Commission meetings scheduled in March will take place as planned. As an alternative to attending, members of the public will be able to access a taped recording by tuning into the City’s government access channel, Spectrum Cable Channel 3 and Frontier FiOS television Channel 47, or visiting the City’s YouTube Channel at www.youtube.com/diamondbarca .
For more information and the latest status of City services, visit the City website at www.diamondbarca.gov/COVID19 . Updates will be shared regularly through the City’s Facebook page and available by calling the City Hall’s main phone line at (909) 839-7000.
To learn more about the Coronavirus, visit the L.A. Department of Public visit the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health website to get the most up-to-date, accurate information about COVID-19.
Other reliable sources with information about COVID-19: