Diamond Bar City Council to Hold Special Meeting in Response to COVID-19
The Diamond Bar City Council will hold a special meeting Thursday, March 19 at 9 a.m. at City Hall to address the COVID-19 outbreak.
At this meeting, the Diamond Bar city manager will provide an update on the various measures the City is taking to limit the spread of this novel coronavirus in the community, and the City Council will consider adopting a resolution to proclaim existence of a local emergency in order to be equipped to take appropriate action concerning life, health and safety issues in connection with this unprecedented, evolving public health concern.
In keeping with the State’s open meeting laws, this meeting will be open to the public, however, protocols consistent with the Public Health Order issued by the California Department of Public Health and the CDC will be in place to ensure a safe distance is maintained among attendees and that the number of individuals present does not exceed the 49-person cap for mass gatherings.
As an alternative, individuals wishing to participate remotely may review the agenda posted on the City website and submit comments by emailing them to the City Clerk no later than 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 18. All comments received by the deadline will be read into the public record during the public comment portion of the meeting.
Additionally, this meeting will be taped and uploaded before the end of business day Thursday, March 19 to the City website www.diamondbarca.gov/agendas and government access channel on Spectrum Cable Channel 3 and Frontier Fios Television Channel 47.
Diamond Bar City Hall is located at 21810 Copley Drive. Questions related to this special meeting may be directed to the City Clerk at by calling (909) 839-7010 or sending an email.