CITY HALL AND THE CSC ARE OPEN
City Hall and the Utilities Customer Service Center are open from Monday to Thursday, from 7:00 AM to 5:30 PM. The public is welcomed to visit to conduct business matters.
All staff and visitors to City Hall are required to abide by current health guidelines whenever inside City facilities. In the event patrons would prefer to conduct business remotely, staff is also available by phone, email, or appointment. For the Alhambra Civic Center Library hours, visit their website.
Please visit the County's website for a list of locations where you can get tested for COVID-19. LA County also has the Home Test Collection program that offers an at-home nasal swab test-kit via mail to LA County residents. Learn more about the LA County Home Test Collection Program here.
The federal government is offering free at-home COVID-19 tests. Learn more about that here.
COVID VACCINE DISTRIBUTION
Everyone 6 months and older in LA County are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. To find a location to get vaccinated, please visit LA County's website. Find other appointment locations at the My Turn website.
Senior Transportation to COVID Vaccination Appointments
Access Riders can make appointments for transportation via Access Services. Once you have scheduled an appointment for the COVID-19 Vaccine, riders can book a reservation for an Access trip to a drive-through vaccination site. The City of Alhambra's Case Management Office can help seniors make an appointment with Access. Please see the Senior Transportation Flyer (PDF) online for details.
The LA County Department of Public Health recommends everyone 12 and over to get a booster shot. To learn more about eligibility, visit LADPH's website.
COVID NEWS AND INFORMATION
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health provides daily updates on confirmed cases of COVID-19. Visit the LA County Public Health's website for the latest information, resources, and updates.
Effective March 4, 2022, indoor masking at most public settings will be strongly recommended, but not required, for vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals. View the Health Officer Order for more information.