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    UPDATE on Board of Supervisors Meeting

    To slow the spread of COVID-19, the Health Officer’s Shelter Order of December 16, 2020, prevents public gatherings. In lieu of a public gathering, the Board of Supervisors meeting on March 2, 2021, will be accessible on television and online at 9 am. Read more...
  2. County Health Services Doctor Gets Vaccinated

    COVID-19 Vaccine Information

    Get vaccine information from Contra Costa Health Services and the state of California. Continue to follow health orders and guidance to slow the spread of COVID-19. (Photo: Frontline healthcare workers receive vaccinations.) Read more...
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    County Library Launches Wi-Fi Hotspot Lending Program

    The Library is offering Wi-Fi hotspots for checkout. The hotspot provides internet access to families and library patrons who do not have a connection at home. Read more...
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    Supervisors Pass Ordinance to Extend Eviction Protection and Rent Freeze

    Board of Supervisors passed an urgency ordinance to extend eviction moratorium for certain residential tenants and a moratorium on certain residential rent increases through June 30, 2021. Find resources for tenants and landlords. Read more...
  5. Worforce Development Board CCC for Employers new

    COVID-19 Call Centers for Employers and Small Businesses

    Two Call Centers are available to connect businesses with federal, state and local programs. They provide resources and referrals on human resources, loans, grants, unemployment insurance, payroll, and subsidies. Read more...
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    County Workforce Development Board Resources for Employees

    Workforce Development Board of Contra Costa County has employment resources available for those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, including career skills training, and free Rapid Response Virtual Info Sessions. Read more...
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    County Passes Urgency Ordinance to Establish Fines for Health Order Violations

    County Board of Supervisors passed an urgency ordinance to establish fines for Health Order violations. The ordinance provides an alternative to criminal enforcement to combat the spread of COVID-19. Read more...
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    Avoid Scams and Report Price Gouging

    Learn how to avoid scams. Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office reminds all residents that price gouging is illegal while our community is under a State of Emergency from the emergence of the COVID-19. Read more...
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