Fresno County Moves Into Red Tier The California Department of Public Health announced that Fresno County has moved to the less restrictive red or “substantial” tier as of Tuesday, March 30, 2021. What does this mean for the City of Fresno?
Businesses allowed to operate indoors at a max 25% capacity: Restaurants, movie theaters, museums, zoos, and places of worship.
Businesses allowed to operate indoors at a max 10% capacity: Gyms and fitness centers.
Businesses allowed to operate indoors at a max 50% capacity: Clothing and shoe stores.
Still Closed: Concert venues Convention centers Bars (if it does not serve food) Nightclubs
FREE FACE MASKS AND HAND SANITIZERS FOR DISTRICT 3 BUSINESSES & NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
ALL individuals 16+ years and older will be eligible to receive the vaccine. You can call MyTurn at 1-833-422-4255 or visitMyTurn.CA.GOVto schedule an appointment near you.
While you wait for your vaccination date, please continue to stay safe and get tested for COVID-19 when necessary. Tuesdays – Fresno EOC Plaza 3PM-5PM Wednesdays – The Valley Inn 2PM-4PM (every 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month) Thursdays – Mary Ella Brown Community Center 12PM-3PM
District 3 Community Budget Meetings
We are gearing up for the next fiscal year, and I’d love to hear from District 3 Constituents! Join me at our community budget meetings for a brief update on previous fiscal year investments in our District, and an engaging dialogue as you highlight your priorities for our neighborhoods. Monday, April 12 – Central Fresno Tuesday, April 13 – Southwest Fresno Wednesday, April 14 – Tower District Thursday, April 15 – Downtown
Photo recaps of the Beautify Fresno and Food Distribution events from this past Saturday, March 27, 2021. Special thanks to Refinery Church and Westside Church of God for serving hundreds of families through food distribution and COVID testing, and Mary Ella Brown Center and community members for participating in Beautify Fresno’s Mary Ella Brown neighborhood cleanup project! If you would like to participate, there will be 12 individual cleanup and beautification events on Saturday, April 24 from 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. Once the events are over, volunteers are invited to attend a rally in the H Street parking lot across the street from Chukchansi Park for free food, music, and fun. See you there! www.beautifyfresno.org/great-american-cleanup
Our next City Council Meeting will be held on Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 9:00 A.M. As always, you can watch the Council Meeting live on ourFacebook page, the City of Fresno’sFacebook page, TV Comcast Channel 96, TV AT&T channel 99, or onCMAC.TV/GOV/.Comments foragenda itemscan be emailed to email@example.com.
Emergency Rental Assistance – City of Fresno residents are encouraged to apply if they are unable to pay their full amount of rent and utilities from April 1, 2020 to March 31, 2021. The City along with six community-benefit organizations (CBOs) will process applications.
Contact one of the partner organizations to apply or apply directly at ERA.FRESNO.GOV
Reading and Beyond: 559-214-0317
The Fresno Center: 559-898-2565
Centro La Familia: 559-237-2961
Jakara Movement: 559-549-4088
West Fresno Family Resource Center: 559-621-2967
Education and Leadership Foundation: 559-291-5428
Eviction Moratorium – On January 29, 2021 Governor Newsom signed SB 91 extending the statewide eviction moratorium through June 30, 2021.
Food Distributions – As COVID-19 continues to strain families across our city, the Fresno City Council has approved CARES Act funding to trusted community organizations to provide food relief resources. Councilmember Arias, District 3 has created a comprehensive list of drive thru food distribution events. To see the full food distribution list click here.
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