Beginning Monday, March 23, 2020, and continuing for at least thirty (30) days thereafter, and possibly until the end of the state of emergency, the Court will conduct limited hearings and limited Court operations.
Friends of the Dunes In response to the State of California and CDC guidelines that protect against the spread of Covid-19, we have cancelled or postponed all events until the end of May, including a postponement of the Get Outside Gear Sale previously scheduled for April 11. We are no longer accepting donations for the…
The Arcata City Council is meeting online via YouTube and the city website this week in order to observe social distancing guidelines for avoiding Coronavirus infection.
In 2018, the City of Arcata retained the services of the National Police Foundation (NPF) to analyze the APD response to the homicide of Josiah Lawson on April 15, 2017, and the subsequent investigation. The City of Arcata’s administration believed an independent review of the circumstances surrounding the emergency response and the initial investigation of this event would provide lessons learned from the experience and necessary recommendations to improve the APD’s future responses.
As of March 16, the CDPH states that restaurants, bars, wineries, food trucks, grocery stores and farmers’ markets should take the following precautions to protect against the spread of COVID-19. This information is subject to change.
“Currently, Humboldt County has no known cases of COVID-19. The individual who was previously confirmed to have contracted the virus has recovered and was released from isolation on Feb. 28, after meeting all conditions for clearance required by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). A close contact of the individual was released from isolation March 2.”
Further information will be issued by the United States Geological Survey (earthquake.usgs.gov) or the appropriate regional seismic network.
McKinleyville Senior Center (Editor’s note: This week’s McKinleyville Senior Center column features a letter from Rene Quintana, the center’s executive director, regarding COVID-19.) The McKinleyville Senior Center remains open to all seniors despite the outbreak of the corona virus. We take the necessary steps daily to prevent the spread of this infection and…
Please know that the need for blood components will not decrease due to COVID-19.
Synergy between the city and campus, Jackson said, will send a strong, positive message to visitors. “Let’s take advantage of our proximity and show our pride,” he said.