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Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person. The virus was first identified during an outbreak in Wuhan, China. The first case of COVID-19 in the U.S. was reported on Jan. 21, 2020.
The Los Angeles County Department of Health Services is the lead agency for communicable diseases affecting the public in Temple City. For general information or questions about COVID-19:
The City of Temple City encourages the community to stay informed, practice good hygiene and be prepared.
Click on the following tabs for more information.
MAY 26, 2020
Note: All applicable and updated reopening protocols (or guidance documents) can be found on the LA County Department of Public Health coronavirus under the "What You Should Know" tab, "Reopening Protocols."
MAY 20, 2020
MAY 19, 2020
Temple City to Issue Free Cloth Face Masks to Seniors
online form (supplies now exhausted)
MAY 13, 2020
MAY 11, 2020
APRIL 28, 2020
APRIL 27, 2020
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APRIL 9, 2020
APRIL 2, 2020
APRIL 1, 2020
MARCH 31, 2020
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MARCH 13, 2020
LOCAL STATISTICS & INCIDENTS
Temple City: COVID-19 Summary Report
issued on Tuesdays and Fridays; reports are posted under the "News" tab
LA County Department of Public Health
regional public health provider
Centers for Disease Control
national health protection agency
California Department of Public Health
state public health agency
Updated April 28, 2020.
*NOTE: School districts are offering grab-and-go-meals for school-aged children. Call your school district for more information.
(County of Los Angeles)
countywide social services referrals and assistance; call (800) 339-6993
(County of Los Angeles)
counseling for businesses struggling to keep open and to workers who are uncertain of their next paycheck; call (833) 238-4450
(LA County Department of Public Services)
domestic violence counseling and sheltering referrals; call (800) 978-3600
Welfare Checks (Temple Sheriff’s Station)
checks on the well-being of homebound seniors, the disabled and other vulnerable individuals; call (626) 285-7171
MORTGAGES & TENANT PROTECTIONS
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
PREFERRED SHOPPING HOURS
Temple City Grocery Stores
Numero Uno: 9-10 AM Daily (for seniors and the disabled)
Ralph’s: 7-7:30 AM Daily (for seniors)
Super A Foods: 7-8 AM Daily (for seniors 65+)
Here’s what’s affected.
Updated May 23, 2020.
FACILITIES CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC
City Hall - UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
City Yard - UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Live Oak Park - UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Includes the community center, annex building, picnic shelters and basketball courts.
TENNIS COURTS ARE OPEN TO SINGLE PLAY ONLY.
Temple City Express Library - UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Due dates for borrowed materials will be automatically extended, no late fines will be assessed, and customers can return matierals when the library reopens
No interior inspections of occupied structures
Public can call for assistance and scheduling weekdays from 8 a.m. to noon
General questions: (626) 285-0488 I Inspection requests: (626) 656-7327
No enforcement for overnight parking and street sweeping
Enforcement remains in city public parking lots
Citations will be issued for public safety violations (ex: red curb and blocked hydrants, driveways and roads)
Report parking violations via phone: (626) 285-2171, (626) 285-7171-after hours
Parking citations must be paid online at
Public to call for questions and instructions regarding online submittals
Building inquiries: (626) 285-0488 I Planning inquiries: (626) 656-7316
Requests are to be done electronically
(626) 285-2171 I
City’s Dial-A-Ride has expanded service hours: weekdays from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekends
To schedule a ride: (626) 286-2485
LA Metro and Foothill Transit have modified bus routes and schedules; call or go online for more info
(323) GO-METRO, I (800) RIDE-INFO,
Recreation & Senior Services
No classes, programs, activities or community events
Senior lunch recipients to receive delivered meals
Virtual programming coming soon
(626) 579-0461 I
Street Sweeping & Trash Pickup
Regularly scheduled services to continue
(888) 336-6100 I