COVID-19 Information

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    June 22 Update

    As of this morning, we have had 32 positive COVID-19 cases in the Coalinga community. Based on the information provided to us, it is believed that 26 of the 32 cases remain active. Read on...
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    June 15th Update

    As I write this update for you this Monday morning, we have had 23 positive COVID-19 cases in the Coalinga community. Based on the information provided to us, it is believed that 18 of the 23 cases remain active. Read on...
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    June 8th Update

    While the COVID-19 pandemic is not over and Coalinga currently has 17 confirmed cases, three of which have recovered and one who unfortunately passed away, I would like to focus my update this week on the Coalinga High School Class of 2020. Read on...
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    June 1st Update

    As I write this update for you this Monday morning, we currently have 13 positive COVID-19 cases in the Coalinga community. Based on the information provided to us, it is believed that 10 of those cases are active and 3 have recovered. Read on...
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    May 26th Update

    As you know, on Thursday, May 7, 2020, during a regularly scheduled City Council meeting, the Coalinga City Council adopted Resolution No. 3964 declaring all businesses in the city as essential businesses. Read on...
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    BUILDING PERMITS AND INSPECTIONS UPDATE

    EFFECTIVE TUESDAY May 26, 2020 Building Division staff will be expanding its building inspections, plan reviews and permit services to the public. Read on...
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    May 11th Update

    As you have noticed, COalinga had been maintaining its number of COVID-19 positive cases in the 1-4 range, but on Thursday, May 7th, we reached 5 confirmed cases. Read on...
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    May 4th Update

    As of this morning, based on Saturday's numbers as last reported by Fresno County, Coalinga has maintained its status of "four or fewer" confirmed cases... Read on...
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    April 20th Update

    As of writing of this update, according to Fresno County, Coalinga has maintained its status of "four or fewer" confiremd cases of COVID-19. Read on...
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    April 6th: Update

    As of right now, the City of Coalinga has not received notification from Fresno County regarding any positive cases within the City of Coalinga. If that changes, we will notify the public. Read on...
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    COVID-19 Directives March 31, 2020

    As the City of Coalinga continues to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic, we are asking the public to follow the directives provided by Governor Newsom to help fight COVID-19 Read on...
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    COVID-19 Screening Checklist

    Employers still open for business in Fresno County MUST screen employees. Read on...
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    COVID-19 UPDATE – BUILDING PERMITS AND INSPECTIONS

    Building inspections will be conducted Monday through Thursday and limited to commercial projects supporting essential businesses, new construction and unoccupied structures. Read on...
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    Adoption of Resolution proclaiming State of Emergency

    Last night, during a regular City Council meeting, the Coalinga City Council adopted a Resolution proclaiming a state of local emergency within the City of Coalinga due to COVID-19. Read on...
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    City Hall Will be Closed to Public

    During this time of a State Stay at Home Order, the City of Coalinga will continue providing all essential services. City Hall will be closed to the public beginning Monday, March 23, 2020 Read on...
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    Recommendations and Guidelines - March 18, 2020

    City Hall is recommending the following Read on...
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    Coalinga P.D. Temporary Response to Calls for Service

    The Coalinga Police Department will be temporarily changing how its officers responds to calls for services due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Read on...
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    School Closures

    The CHUSD Board of Trustees voted to temporarily close schools from Thursday March 19th until Tuesday April 14th Read on...
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    City Hall Policy Updates

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COVID-19 Response

The City of Coalinga encourages the community to stay informed, practice good hygiene, be aware,practice social distancing, and be prepared. We are in this together; Stay home except for essential needs. Take steps to prevent getting sick. Everyone has a role to play

TextMyGov

The City of Coalinga has begun services with TextMyGov.   Simply text "coalinga" to 1-435-244-0712 for updates on the current situation in Coalinga in regard to COVID-19.  You should also notice an information box that will follow you around on the website.  You can interact with this for more information as well.

News Flash - Email Updates

The City of Coalinga has created a "COVID-19" news flash item.  To subscribe to this and receive email updates please visit https://www.coalinga.com/list.aspx and click the subscribe button (envelope icon) under News Flash > COVID-19 to get notifications.  When you click the subscribe you will receive an email to confirm your subscription.

Also be sure to visit the Official City of Coalinga Facebook Page for updates as well.

Business Resources

The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) has compiled helpful information for employers, employees, and all Californians as it relates to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. For a complete list of resources, please visit the California Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response website.

Business.CA.Gov

The Fresno County Economic Development Corporation, the Fresno Chamber of Commerce and the City of Fresno have joined together to establish a Business Resource Response Team.  An emergency hotline has been established for our business community to ask questions regarding your needs.

Fresno EDC

United Way Relief Fund: Fresno County

United Way Fresno and Madera Counties (UWFM) is committed to helping the most vulnerable members of the Central Valley, including during times of crisis. As such, the non-profit organization is providing multiple resources for people who have concerns about their well-being and financial stability during the COVID-19 pandemic, including a relief fund designed to provide aid for Fresno and Madera County-area residents affected by the current public-health emergency.

Funds collected for the relief fund will stay in the Central Valley and go directly to families and individuals impacted by the pandemic. While details are still being sorted out in terms of applicant requirements and how much money will be allocated per household, interested parties can start making donations to the fund at uwfm.org/relief. A text-to-give campaign will soon go live as well.

Concerned locals are also able to contact United Way’s 211 helpline for assistance with everything from emergency food and shelter to real-time COVID-19 information. Individuals can text “Coronavirus” to 211-211 for a localized list of pandemic-related resources, or text “Connect” to the same number for links to low-cost internet options. The service is also available online, at 211ca.org.

Central Valley residents who are interested in volunteering during this crisis can visit uwfm.org/giveback to learn steps for becoming a 211 phone operator. United Way Fresno and Madera Counties is collecting alternative volunteer opportunities as well – and an assortment of other helpful links and resources – and listing them at uwfm.org/covid19.

Updates will be announced as they occur.