(Mountain View, Calif.) — The City of Mountain View will be pausing all non-essential services starting Tuesday, March 17 in an effort to slow and minimize the spread of COVID-19. At this time, it is anticipated that the City will re-evaluate a return to regular staffing and service levels by April 7, pending new direction from the Santa Clara County Department of Public Health.
Essential services provided by the City that will continue include all emergency services, water and sewer operations. Access to online services, such as those provided by the Mountain View Public Library, filing non-emergency police reports and contacting City staff through AskMV, will still continue.
For more information on actions the City has taken, resources available to minimize spread and other important information, visit MountainView.gov/COVID and follow City Hall on social media through Twitter.MountainView.gov, Facebook.MountainView.gov, MountainView.gov/Instagram, log in to Nextdoor.com or subscribe on MountainView.gov/YouTube.
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Katie Nelson, MVPD Social Media and Public Relations Coordinator
(650) 861-8556, email@example.com