Due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Chino Hills will extend some facility closures through January 31. Extended closures include Chino Hills Community Center, McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center, Sleepy Hollow Community Center, Mystic Canyon Building, and Grand Avenue Park Community Building and staff offices. City officials also extended the closures of basketball courts and hockey rinks through January 31 due to the close physical contact inherent in these sports. Street sweeping parking enforcement will not resume without further notice, at least through January 31. Please visit www.chinohills.org/StreetSweeping to check the status of enforcement.
Visitors to parks are encouraged to follow the recommended precautions to stop the spread of COVID-19 including wearing face masks over the mouth and nose for everyone two years of age or older, maintaining physical distance of at least six feet from persons from different households, hand washing or sanitizing frequently, and limiting gathering with other households. If park facilities are crowded, visitors are encouraged to return at another time to avoid crowds.
City Council and Commission meetings are being conducted via Zoom. Information on how to participate is noted on the first page of the meeting agendas. The Council Chambers is not open to the public during meetings. City Hall is open, and employees continue to provide City services via telephone, online, and in some cases by appointment. All closures are subject to change and will be modified to align with future actions taken at the State level. For information and updates related to the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit www.chinohills.org/Coronavirus.