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The City of West Hollywood has revised its Executive Emergency Order establishing a curfew. The curfew will be in effect this evening, Wednesday, June 3, 2020 at 9 p.m., ending at sunrise. Visit weho.org/curfew for details.

 


 

The City of West Hollywood is currently responding to the unprecedented Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and is working as quickly as possible to address community needs with links to resources, information, and relief for our residents, businesses, and community members.

 

Click the graphic below for information related to Coronavirus (COVID-19). The page will be updated as new information, resources, and relief from Federal, State and County agencies are made available.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

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The City of West Hollywood requires the use of cloth face coverings in public.
Click here to learn more.

 
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Video Update: Thursday, May 28, 2020  

  

 

The City of West Hollywood has proclaimed a local emergency due to coronavirus (COVID-19). Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health), California Department of Public Health (CDPH), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) serve as the lead agencies. The City is working quickly to respond to community needs and this page is being updated as quickly as possible with links to resources, information, and relief for residents, businesses, and community members. For the latest public health information regarding coronavirus (COVID-19), please follow @LAPublicHealth and @CDCgov on Twitter or visit covid19.ca.gov.

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Please remember to support our local West Hollywood restaurants.
 

Many remain open and committed to helping our community through take-out and delivery. Click here for an updated list of WeHo businesses that remain open during the Safer At Home orders.

INFORMATION AND RESOURCES

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MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

It’s important to take care of your mental health and well-being, especially during LA County Safer at Home orders

Renter Resources

RENTERS RESOURCES

Information on the City’s Moratorium on Evictions and resources for Rental and Utility Assistance

Resident Resources

RESIDENT RESOURCES

Access social services, mental health resources, and utility assistance 

Utility Assistance

UTILITY ASSISTANCE

Contact information and resources to utility companies

Small Business Resources

SMALL BUSINESS RESOURCES

State and Federal Assistance programs for Small Business

Labor & Workforce Resources

LABOR AND WORKFORCE RESOURCES

Unemployment, funds, and other resources for workers affected

WeHo Older Adults

OLDER ADULT RESOURCES

Transit, food insecurity and other programs for aging community members

Families with Children

FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN

Resources and programs for families with children

Los Angeles County Safer at Home Order

LA COUNTY “SAFER AT HOME” EMERGENCY ORDER

Information regarding LA County’s “Safer at Home” Emergency Order

Testing Information

TESTING INFORMATION

Information regarding LA County’s guidelines on testing for COVID-19

How to help

HOW TO HELP

How you can help the community during this crisis

News and Updates

NEWS AND UPDATES

Important updates and press releases regarding COVID-19

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)

Find answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding COVID-19

 

RENTERS RESOURCES

Information on the City’s Moratorium on Evictions and resources for Rental and Utility Assistance

RENTERS RESOURCES

Information on the City’s Moratorium on Evictions and resources for Rental and Utility Assistance

RENTERS RESOURCES

Information on the City’s Moratorium on Evictions and resources for Rental and Utility Assistance

RENTERS RESOURCES

Information on the City’s Moratorium on Evictions and resources for Rental and Utility Assistance

RENTERS RESOURCES

Information on the City’s Moratorium on Evictions and resources for Rental and Utility Assistance

The City has implemented the following actions through June 30, 2020 in regards to Resources for our homeless population, city facilities, city sponsored and co-sponsored events, all public meetings and all parks and rec programming.

City Buildings
Events
Homelessness Resources
Parking Information
Public Meetings
Recreation Programs
Touchless Green-Light Modes for Pedestrians

Information in Additional Languages

This website is compatible with Google Translate.
For translated information:
- Visit translate.google.com in a new browser
- Enter www.weho.org/coronavirus on the left
- Then select a language from the menu on the right

 

Información en idiomas adicionales

Este sitio web es compatible con Google Translate.

Para información traducida:

- Visite translate.google.com en un nuevo navegador
- Ingrese www.weho.org/coronavirus a la izquierda
- Luego seleccione un idioma del menú de la derecha

 

Информация на других языках

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Для перевода информации на другой язык:

- Откройте сайт translate.google.com в новом браузере
- Введите слева www.weho.org/coronavirus
- Затем выберете язык из меню справа

Corona Virus Information - Russian

Corona Virus Information - Spanish