FROM THE CITY OF MONTEREY
COVID-19 Local Update
July 21, 2020
Bears at Colton Hall - Please give them space for now
The coronavirus can stay on surfaces for an extended period especially surfaces touched frequently. Just like playgrounds, it's best to not climb on them and instead socially distance from the Colton Hall bears for now. Thank you for helping flatten the curve! #MasksUp
The next Mornings with the Manager, Thursday, July 23, 9:00 a.m. Tune in at youtube.com/cityofmonterey
Informative, interactive via the chat box, and interesting updates from City Manager Hans Uslar.
Development opportunity for four City-owned sites located in the Downtown Specific Plan area
City of Monterey Seeking Proposals to Develop City-Owned Properties for Affordable Housing: The deadline to submit an RFP is Friday, September 4, 2020. These four properties contain the City harbor yard, a parking lot, a parking garage, and a portion of City Hall campus. NEWS RELEASE
UPDATE: New senior drive-thru meal program starts August 4
Thanks to Monterey Recreation and Meals on Wheels
Last evening's email included a flyer about a new program with Monterey Recreation and Meals on Wheels to distribute meals similar to the current produce drive-thru that is operating at El Estero Park Center in coordination with the Food Bank of Monterey County. We missed including the application for this program, so here it is - APPLICATION | FLYER WITH MORE INFO - see other programs available at https://monterey.org/Coronavirus/Stay-Home-Stay-Connected/Virtual-Recreation-Center
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From Flattening the Curve to Slowing the Spread and back to Flattening the Curve - Let's do it!
#MasksUp including over noses