Chino Hills City Hall and the City Yard remain closed to the public through May 31 as employees continue to provide City services via telephone, online, and in some cases by appointment. Steps are being taken to prepare the facilities to open to the public with additional safety enhancements that will protect staff and visitors. The cancellation of classes, events, programs, building reservations, and gatherings will continue through July 5. Facilities that support those programs, including the Chino Hills Community Center and the McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center will also be closed through July 5. The annual State of the City event will not be held, but the City is exploring options to share the information through different methods. Summer swimming lessons are cancelled for the year. Other popular summer programs including Concerts and Movies in the Park, Summer Day Camp, and Mobile Recreation are cancelled through July 5. The Community Services Department is offering Virtual Recreation online with contests, activities, virtual tours, and more for all ages. Visit www.chinohills.org/VirtualRecreation to learn more. City officials will monitor actions at the State level to determine if it will be possible to offer any of these events and programs in late July, August and September. Closures will be modified to align with future actions taken at the State level. Additional information is provided in the press release.