Check out information about beaches in Malibu owned and operated by the State of California. At a Special meeting on March 16, the Malibu City Council ratified the Proclamation of Emergency issued on March 14, and authorized the City Manager to identify essential and non-essential personnel needed for Emergency Operations Center operations, storm response and rebuilding efforts. Famous for its iconic dual white towers, rough hewn planks and sweeping views of the coast, the Malibu Pier® is a favorite destination and Malibu’s most recognizable landmark. Residents should not plan to go to Ventura County, which started easing some of its stay at home restrictions this week. That's a small stretch of sand cradled between two headlands. A limited number of businesses and resources will be able to open on Friday, May 8 with appropriate safeguards in place: SHOW YOUR APPRECIATION FOR NURSES TODAY ON NATIONAL NURSES DAYIn honor of #NationalNursesDay, please join the City of Malibu in thanking all nurses for their dedication, compassion, professionalism and selflessness. View the new digital dashboard here. Tax deductible donations are accepted at firstname.lastname@example.org. Those equipment are critical supplies that must continue to be reserved for healthcare workers and other medical first responders, as recommended by current CDC guidance. CITY EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (EOC) WEEKLY UPDATEView the City’s EOC activity report for the week of May 4. Ventura County’s decision to relax some restrictions were made based on what would be safe for Ventura County residents, and newly opened sites could become overwhelmed by out of area visitors. Pre-registration is required. TAKE THE 2020 CENSUS TO HELP ENSURE FUNDING FOR OUR SCHOOLSSanta Monica-Malibu Unified School District (SMMUSD) is urging parents and teachers to join the effort to ensure our community’s funding for programs and services such as special education, Head Start, after-school programs, classroom technology, free and reduced-price school lunches, and maternal and child health programs. City General Fund Grants deadline extended. A webinar to provide guidance for businesses on the grant application process will be offered April 7 at 1:30 PM. COUNTY ANNOUNCES NEW OPENING OF BEACH BIKE PATHS, CURBSIDE PICKUP AT INDOOR MALLS, AND PERMISSION FOR CAR PARADESLos Angeles County announced today three new openings in advance of the holiday weekend, allowing increased outdoor and retail activities for residents: View full details in the County press release. All contact tracing data is anonymous, private, encrypted, and deleted after 30 days. Written comments may be submitted to the Council before the meeting by email to CityCouncil@malibucity.org. The Sheriff’s Department, LA County Lifeguards, Volunteers on Patrol and CERT will be out this weekend to help enforce the closures of all beaches, beach parking lots, trails, and parks, and the temporary no-parking zones along PCH in Malibu and surrounding areas during the stay at home orders. The testing is by appointment only. Do I need a business license to do business in Malibu? The Great Plates Delivered program (formerly Restaurants Deliver: Home Meals for Seniors) calls for preparation of three meals per day, seven days a week. PANEDEMIC UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE (PUA) APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED BEGINNING APRIL 28 FOR THOSE INELIGIBLE FOR STATE UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE (UI)Beginning Tuesday, April 28, the California Employment Development Department (EDD) will begin accepting online applications for the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) Program, which provides financial assistance for those who are self-employed, independent contractors, and others who are not eligible for Unemployment Insurance (UI). Reservations can be made by calling 424-346-8444. Written comments may be submitted to the City Council by email to CityCouncil@malibucity.org before the meeting begins. was updated to clarify the requirements for both indoor and outdoor seating at shopping centers. The City activated its EOC on March 13 and EOC staff have been working seven days a week since that time to respond to the Novel #Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic crisis. No onsite payments will be accepted. Search by location, health and safety details, ages of children, capacity, and hours of care. If you or your child are sick, please do not come to the school. Read the Executive Order. All non-essential City programs and events are cancelled until April 30. For more information, see the press release. Community members who are concerned that they may have been exposed are also urged to get tested. Submit questions in Senator Stern’s Facebook event or on his website. A person is considered a close contact of someone with or likely to have COVID-19 if: A) they were within six feet of that person for more than 10 minutes; OR B) had unprotected contact with the person, either through a cough or sneeze, sharing utensils exposure to saliva without wearing protective equipment. Or just settle down and relax to the ocean sounds. Simply enter a zip code, select the distance (in miles) you wish to search, and the map will provide a list of both State and community testing sites within your specified range. Dr. Ferrer stated the study results will help the County recalibrate its models for more accurate data that is used to guide public policy decisions moving forward. There are no out-of-pocket expenses for the test. To enroll in the program, email clientservices@MealsonWheelsWest.org or call 310 394-5133 x1 to enroll. Residents should not plan to go to Ventura County, which started easing some of its stay at home restrictions this week. 485 or email MPlanning@malibucity.org-- Building Safety – 310-456-2489, ext. On March 18, President Trump signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act providing paid sick leave, unemployment benefits, free coronavirus testing, and food and medical aid. The revised orders are posted on the LADPH website. For the safety of the community, all first responders and essential workers in Malibu are urged to get tested regardless of symptoms. Malibu residents are asked to respect our neighbors in Ventura County and not visit their beaches, trails, and parks. It is more important than ever that residents complete the Census to ensure an accurate count of Malibu’s population. This allows an individual to self-collect a nasal sample at home. Community members or businesses that would like to support this testing service may also make a donation to www.COREresponse.org. Malibu is well known for its beauty, splendor and, of course, crashing waves over more than 20 miles up and down the coast. The meeting will be held as a group video meeting using Zoom, and can be watched on livestream video. Topics for Monday’s town hall will include resources for small business owners, unemployment insurance options, and workplace safety during the pandemic. Unlike the July 4 weekend, Los Angeles County announced that its beaches would remain open over the three days of Labor Day, when temperatures are expected to rise to an unusual 105 degrees in Malibu. The California Surgeon General has released Playbooks for Stress Relief During COVID-19. These recommended face coverings are not surgical masks or N-95 respirators. Testing continues on Tuesday, April 7 for first responders and essential workers, including those serving the Malibu community at grocery stores, pharmacies, gas stations, and other essential businesses where they are exposed to the public. View a video message from Mayor Pro Tem Pierson. CITY OF MALIBUCity Hall, the Senior Center, and all City parks, including restroom facilities, are closed. COMPLETE 2020 CENSUS ONLINE OR BY PHONEThe 2020 Census will help determine the distribution of Federal funds for public safety, roads, and other vital resources. The plan, which will be administered locally by the County of Los Angeles, will help the restaurant community get back to work, while also generating sales tax revenues to boost local economies. DRIVE-THRU TESTING AT CITY HALL RESUMES WEDNESDAY TO FRIDAY, APRIL 15-17, 10AM-4PMThe City of Malibu and its partners, Community Organized Relief Effort (CORE), Covid Clinic and Malibu Medical Group, resume offering drive-thru testing for first responders, essential workers, and residents of the greater Malibu community at Malibu City Hall Wednesday through Friday, April 15-17, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. In fact, very little is actually a secret in a metro area the size of LA. Residents are strongly urged to celebrate the Passover and Easter holidays at home. To sound like a local, drop the "beach" from its name and just say "Zuma.". People may be positive and should see their medical provider if they have a cough, fever, and shortness of breath, or at least two of these symptoms: chills, repeated shaking from chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, or a new loss of taste or smell. Pre-registration is required at https://www.malibumedicalgroup.com/contents/covid-19. By using Tripsavvy, you accept our. MC DONALD’S OFFERS FREE BREAKFAST FOR HEALTHCARE WORKERS & FIRST RESPONDERSMcDonald’s Southern California franchisees are offering free breakfast to those working around the clock to protect public safety. There are no out-of-pocket expenses for the test. SMMUSD will continue to to provide breakfast and lunch to all students under the age of 18, including during spring break (April 6-17) while campuses are closed during coronavirus stay at home orders. Submit questions regarding testing via email to, Protocols for Shopping Center Operators (Appendix E). The City thanks its partners, Community Organized Relief Effort (CORE), Covid Clinic and Malibu Medical Group, as well as CERT volunteers, City staff and others who worked to make the drive-through testing possible. After January 15, the County may no longer ensure payment for the test. Governor Newsom took executive action on March 18 to provide funding and reduce restrictions and remove barriers from local jurisdictions seeking to implement public health recommendations for the homeless community. The fee waived adoptions are possible thanks to an $80,000 grant DACC was awarded from the Petco Foundation to support life-saving efforts for Los Angeles County animals. You’ll find many famous sight seeing attractions are easily accessible. LA COUNTY PROTOCOLS FOR ADDITIONAL RETAILERS AND SUPPORTING BUSINESSES PERMITTED TO REOPEN AS OF MAY 13The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health announced a Revised Safer At Home Order on May 13 that includes two additional categories of lower-risk businesses now permitted to re-open: Safer at Home Revised Order Social Distancing Protocol (05.13.20), Safer at Home Revised Order Retail Curbside Pickup Protocol (05.13.20), Safer at Home Revised Order Warehousing, Manufacturing, Logistics Protocol (05.13.20). Please make sure to plan your visit accordingly and remember to pack face coverings, hand sanitizer, water and sunscreen. Community members or businesses may also make a donation to help support this testing service. For the safety of the community, all community members are urged to get tested, regardless of symptoms. You must be in line by 4:00 PM. Those decisions were made based on what would be safe for Ventura County residents, and newly opened sites could become overwhelmed by out of area visitors. California Gov. Residents who have insurance should contact their primary care physician with any questions. COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES: On March 17, the LA County Department of Public Health provided an update on COVID-19 in the County. Those being tested will drive through the upper parking lot at Malibu City Hall. CITY URGES MALIBU WORKERS TO FOLLOW CITY OF L.A. COVID-19 SAFETY GUIDANCE FOR CONSTRUCTION SITESThe City of Los Angeles announced guidance on COVID-19 safety for construction sites based on the Interim CDC’s Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), OSHA’s Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19, and other publications. WOOLSEY FIRE INSURANCE PROTECTIONSWoolsey Fire Insurance Claims Update from the CA Department of Insurance - In response to requests from City Manager Reva Feldman, Senator Henry Stern and Assemblymember Richard Bloom, the California Department of Insurance (CDI) has provided helpful information on insurance protections in place for victims of the Woolsey Fire and other wildfires since September 21, 2018. City of Malibu Parks, Facilities & Programs; L.A. County Beaches & Harbors; Malibu Beaches; Parks; State Beaches; Connect With Us; Contact Us. The County enacted an emergency moratorium on residential and commercial evictions through March 31. Financial aid and assistance for workers and businesses. Visit SoCalGas.com/coronavirus and SCE.com/billhelp for more information. 391 or MPublicWorks@malibucity.org-- All other City business – 310-456-2489, ext. While the parking lots will be closed, visitors will still be permitted to go to the beach, hike on the trails, and use restroom facilities. Read the full announcement. Meals on Wheels West is available to deliver food and hygiene kits to seniors or people living with disabilities who cannot shop, cook, or otherwise provide for themselves. SENIOR CENTER MONTHLY NEWSLETTER AND STAY-AT-HOME PROGRAMSWhile the Malibu Senior Center is closed during the stay-at-home orders, Senior Center staff are working to assist Malibu’s older residents, including distributing the monthly “News and Views” newsletter, which features activities, games, and programs offered through the Community Services Department’s Virtual Recreation Center. To see the current numbers of cases in the United States, spread of the virus, severity, treatments, precautions, and other important public health information, visit the CDC website. That's because you will be gawking at the scenic headlands, rocky coves, and offshore rock formations, and enjoying more than a mile of sandy beach at the foot of the high cliffs. The plan will help restaurants impacted by the crisis by allowing them to rehire laid-off employees. STAY SAFE AT HOME.Residents are reminded Stay at Home orders remain in effect, and all beaches and trails remain closed throughout Los Angeles County. Violations of the closures could result in citations and fines. REQUIRED: Wear a face covering when not in the water, when on the sand and near or passing by others; maintain at least six feet of physical distance with anyone outside your household, ALLOWED: Individual or family ocean activities (surfing, swimming, kayaking, paddleboarding, body surfing), individual or family active recreation and exercise (walking, running), NOT ALLOWED: Umbrellas, chairs, coolers, picnics and group or organized sports, biking, gatherings or events and fishing. Many resources are available to assist those suffering from the effects of the pandemic and isolation. As new cases and hospitalizations continue to rise at alarming rates, the County announced a Temporary Health Officer Order will be issued with further restrictions to ensure public safety, including: The Revised order will go into effect on Monday, November 30, and remain in effect through December 20, 2020. Self-Quarantine – All household contacts, intimate partners, caregivers, and others who have been in close contact with a person diagnosed with or likely to have COVID-19 must quarantine themselves. Pre-registration is required online. The meeting will discuss resources available to workers struggling to survive the COVID-19 economic crisis. LA County Parks has implemented health guidelines to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 for the safety of users and staff, including physical distancing of six feet between all people at all times and wearing cloth face coverings. View the full 3/27/2020 LA County order closing its beaches and trails. The iconic Southern California city is home to 27 miles of beautiful beaches. MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH: CA SURGEON GENERAL OFFERS NEW GUIDES FOR MANAGING STRESS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMICWhile we all stay Safer At Home to slow the spread of the #coronavirus and protect our seniors and vulnerable people, we know many people are suffering from secondary mental health impacts of the pandemic, including anxiety, trauma, stress, depression and isolation. Pre-registration is required online. DRIVE-THRU TESTING AT CITY HALL FOR ALL COMMUNITY MEMBERS, REGARDLESS OF SYMPTOMS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, APRIL 23 AND 24, 10AM-4PMThe City of Malibu and its partners, Community Organized Relief Effort (CORE) and Malibu Medical Group, will offer drive-thru testing for all community members of the greater Malibu area, regardless of symptoms, at City Hall Friday, April 24, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. This means that there is a lot more sand that’s open to the public. Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors Code Enforcement staff will also patrol the affected areas to ensure public safety and to provide information, as needed. Restrooms and non-campground outdoor areas of parks, including trails and beaches, remain open. Visit COVID19.CA.gov for more information and to take the survey. BEACHES IN MALIBU NOW OPEN FOR ACTIVE RECREATION USES ONLYLos Angeles County announced the first phased re-opening of its beaches starting today, for active recreation use only, with mandatory public health protocols in place to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. DRIVE-THRU TESTING FOR RESIDENTS AT CITY HALL – THUR, 4/9 – SAT, 4/11, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PMThe City of Malibu and its partners, Community Organized Relief Effort (CORE), Covid Clinic and Malibu Medical Group, continue offering drive-thru testing at Malibu City Hall for residents of the greater Malibu community Thursday through Saturday, April 9-11, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. The Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA) announced on Sunday, March 22, 2020 that effective immediately, all MRCA-operated parks, trails and building facilities, including public restrooms, are closed until further notice to protect the health and safety of the public in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Donations of non-perishable food items can be delivered to the BGCM lobby Monday-Thursday, 10AM-1PM (call 310-457-2582 before coming). The Commission’s virtual offices remain open. Program applications must be received by May 31, 2020. California launched a new comprehensive website to keep the public up to date on the status of COVID-19, the state’s response and resources available: www.covid19.ca.gov. NEW HOURS FOR SMMUSD MEAL PICKUP – Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District (SMMUSD) continues to provide free breakfast and lunch to all students under the age of 18. The revised order also prohibits all private and public fireworks countywide, until further notice. Malibu Beaches Will Stay Open Labor Day Weekend - Malibu, CA - But county officials are saying the beaches could be closed if crowds get too big on this triple-digit holiday weekend. Scroll to the bottom of the list of items and click NEXT. The report shows 50 new confirmed cases, bringing the total to 144 cases confirmed throughout LA County. View the weekly EOC Activity Reports for April 27 and previous weeks. They will be asked about symptoms onsite. Online pre-registration is required. TO READ THE FULL STORY: You can give your feedback on physical and environmental adaptations that can make workplaces safer and protect our communities. Pre-registration is required, and anyone seeking to be tested must be in line by 2:00 PM to get a test that day. Residents and businesses are asked to share emergency information with their Spanish- speaking staff and contractors.La ciudad de Malibú publicará todas las alertas de emergencia sobre el coronavirus en el sitio web de la ciudad: www.MalibuCity.org/Coronavirus.LA COUNTY CLOSES RESTAURANTS, BARS, FITNESS CENTERS, THEATERS, EXCEPT FOOD SERVICE PICK-UP & DELIVERY PERMITTEDOn March 16, the Los Angeles County Health Officer, Department of Public Health, issued an order that immediately required all bars, nightclubs, gyms, fitness centers, movie and live theaters to be closed. The City is putting out widespread messaging to urge residents of neighboring communities not to travel to Malibu during the warm weather this weekend. For more information, visit https://bgcmalibu.org.BGCM continues to offer Wellness Center counseling to all Malibu public school children and their families via video conference during this time. MALIBU RESIDENTS URGED TO COMPLETE THE 2020 CENSUSThe 2020 Census helps to determine the distribution of federal and state funds for public safety, roads, federal stimulus and other vital resources. COUNTY POSTS RULES AND FAQ FOR BEACH USELA County Department of Beaches and Harbors published a fact sheet and frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the rules that beachgoers must follow under the revised LA County Order that opened the beaches in the County for active recreation on May 13. Malibu City Hall is closed. NEW STATE WEBSITE FOR MAKING MEDICAL SUPPLY CONTRIBUTIONSGovernor Newsom announced today a new website has been launched for companies and individuals wanting to contribute medical supplies and other critical resources, either for donation or purchase, in support of the State’s efforts to combat COVID-19. These antibodies provided one way for your immune system to fight the virus when you were sick, so your plasma may be able to be used to help others fight off the disease. If you have health insurance coverage, your insurance will be billed for the cost of the test. There are no out-of-pocket expenses for the test. All 86 LA County community libraries remain closed through March 31. As long as you stay with members of the same household, almost every activity is permitted, including sunbathing, biking and fishing. You must be in line by 4:00 PM. By making this change, deferments through December 31, 2020, will be automatic. Community members or businesses that would like to support this testing service may also make a donation. Zuma Beach is at 30000 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, CA. MALIBU BEACHES AND PARKS REMAIN CLOSED. CITY TO SEND ONCE-DAILY COVID-19 EMERGENCY ALERT AT 10 AM ON WEEKENDSStarting this weekend, the City will send a once-daily emergency alert with updates and information related to COVID-19 at 10:00 AM. The meeting will be held as a group video meeting using Zoom, and can be watched on livestream video. Written comments may be submitted to the Commission before the meeting by email to PlanningCommission@MalibuCity.org. The Paycheck Protection Program is a loan designed to provide a direct incentive for small businesses to keep their workers on the payroll. Malibu Lagoon State Beach is opened with reduced available parking. County Public Health Director Dr. Barbara Farrer announced today that L.A. County has opened a nurse advice phone line to answer COVID-19 questions for people without health insurance or people with health insurance who have been assigned providers within L.A. County health facilities. Visitors and staff will have to practice physical distancing and wear cloth face coverings. LOCAL GROCERY STORES ADD SENIORS-ONLY SHOPPING HOURS -Supermarkets in Malibu have altered their hours of operation to provide a safer, easier shopping opportunity for our senior community: LA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH LATEST UPDATE – NO CONFIRMED CASES IN MALIBU - The LA County Department of Public Health March 17 update on COVID-19 shows 50 new confirmed cases in the County, bringing the total to 144 cases confirmed ion LA County. After you have signed up to speak and before the item(s) you signed up to speak on is taken up, you will need to join the Zoom conference: Anyone experiencing difficulty connecting to the live Zoom meeting may contact Parker Davis, Media Technician, at 424-395-6433 for assistance. To review all your City alert and e-notification subscriptions, visit MalibuCity.org/News - add, delete, or change notifications at any time. As part of the City’s emergency protective measures, all non-essential city services, programs and events are suspended or cancelled, and City Hall is closed to the public.
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