What city facilities have been closed?

City Hall

  • Closed to the public until further notice, but will remain open to phone and email communication during regular hours of operation and online services will continue to be provided.

  • Police Department will remain open; however, certain services such as Live Scan fingerprinting have been suspended. We may accept and document certain non-emergency crime reports over the telephone rather than in person.

Monterey Park Bruggemeyer Library

  • Closed to the public until further notice, but will remain open Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-6 p.m. to phone and email communication, and online services will continue to be provided.

Senior Services

Langley Senior Center will be closed to non-essential programs until further notice.

  • Senior Lunch Program to continue with modifications. please contact Langley Center for more information at 626-307-1395.

  • Dial-a-Ride program to continue for essential trips, including medical appointments and grocery store or pharmacy trips.

Recreation and Community Services

  • Facility reservations, programs and classes are canceled until further notice, for more information please call 626-307-1388.
  • Public restrooms at all parks will be closed until further notice with the exception of Garvey Ranch and Barnes Parks during regular park hours.

  • Picnic shelters located at Barnes Park, Highlands Park, George Elder Park, and Garvey Ranch Park

  • All  playgrounds and basketball courts at all park sites.

The City will continue to assess the situation and may make additional changes as needed.

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1. What is Project Roomkey to house NON COVID positive/NON symptomatic clients?
2. What is status of parks, playgrounds, basketball and tennis courts?
3. When will street sweeping parking enforcement resume?
4. When and why do I need to wear a face covering?
5. Who can I contact at Monterey Park City Hall?
6. Where can I get info about LA County's drive-up mobile testing sites?
7. How can I get more information about avoiding eviction?
8. How do I get my "stimulus" payment and avoid being scammed?
9. Are there in-home Covid-19 test kits?
10. Are there cures and vaccines for Coronavirus/COVID-19 yet?
11. Is the tap water safe to drink?
12. Can wipes be flushed?
13. How can I pay my water bill when city hall is closed?
14. Will the library suspend overdue book fines? How are they operating?
15. How do I comply with the "Safer at Home" order issued by the county and state?
16. What city facilities have been closed?
17. Why has the Spirit Bus service been suspended?
18. What city events have been canceled?
19. Where can I get information about the current number and locations of COVID-19 cases?
20. What steps should I take to prevent the spread of the coronavirus?
21. Can pets get COVID-19?