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Posted on: December 4, 2020

City Administrative Services Shift to Online in Response to Rising Coronavirus Cases

Earlier today, Bay Area Public Health Officers announced in a press conference that the Bay Area region, which includes Alameda County and Union City, will implement a regional stay home order. This order is effective from December 7, 2020 until January 4, 2021. 

Effective December 7, 2020, the City of Union City’s Administrative Offices will be closed to the public in response to rising coronavirus cases and in tandem with regional stay home orders. The City will continue offering administrative services to the public, virtually, until December 23, when the City will close for the holidays. The Administrative Offices will re-open to the public on January 4, 2021, barring any extensions to the current health orders or worsening Coronavirus conditions.

In response to rapidly evolving local trends in COVID-19 cases, the City’s Emergency Operations Center has elevated its operations to continue to ensure employee safety and meet the needs of its residents. The EOC has also re-activated its Joint Information Center, as a mechanism for rapid dissemination of resources and information for residents and businesses.

For more information on this evolving situation and to access virtual administrative and other city services, visit: 

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