FROM THE CITY OF MONTEREY
COVID-19 Local Update - in Brief
May 29, 2020
1770 - 2020: An Event You Won't Want to Miss! Monterey Turns 250 on June 3rd - The City of Monterey has planned for this “never again” occasion for at least the past three years. Celebrations for several unique, featured, and year-long events to take place throughout the year were suddenly halted by the COVID-19 pandemic. We decided to celebrate this important and historic event in the best way possible – virtually and gathering four living mayors spanning five generations. These dynamic leaders of our time will talk about the significance of our beautiful city to the establishment of California, the changes, challenges, and opportunities faced by each generation, the uniqueness of our international culture, the importance of our military as well as our fishing industry, and much more. READ THE NEWS RELEASE
Restoring City Budget and Services: Community Virtual Town Hall on Monterey's FY 2021 Budget in the Age of COVID-19, June 1, 2020
The City of Monterey's budget faces a devastating loss of $31 million over the span of two years as a result of Covid-19. The State’s Stay at Home and Monterey County Health Department’s Shelter in Place orders required the temporary closure of many of the City’s facilities and the cancellation of many cherished community programs and services, including those provided by the Monterey Public Library, Monterey Sports Center, four community centers, and the Monterey Conference Center.
Working together to defeat COVID-19 - New signage on Fisherman's Wharf reminds people to wear masks and maintain a six foot distance. Members of the same household out together do not need to keep a distance from each other. Enjoy your weekend, and thank you for wearing a mask.
This is not over yet.
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