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    Board of Supervisors Passed Ordinance to Continue Eviction Protection and Rent Freeze

    The Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors passed an urgency ordinance on May 26, 2020, to continue an eviction moratorium for residential properties and small businesses through July 15, 2020. Read more...
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    Missed the Board of Supervisors Meeting?

    Watch the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors meeting online or on Contra Costa TV on Thursday at 6 pm. Read more...
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    County Workforce Development Board Resources for Employees

    Workforce Development Board of Contra Costa County has employment resources available for those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, including career skills training, and free Rapid Response Virtual Info Sessions. Read more...
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    COVID-19 Call Centers for Employers and Small Businesses

    Two Call Centers are available to connect businesses with federal, state and local programs. They includes providing resources and referrals on human resources, loans and grants, unemployment insurance, payroll subsidies, and other critical concerns. Read more...
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    COVID-19 Emergency Child Care Program for Essential Workers

    Free or low cost child care may be available to you, if you are an essential worker living or working Contra Costa County. Find out if you qualify. Read more...
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    Census 2020 is Happening Now. Residents can respond by phone, online, or mail.

    Please take a few moments to fill out the Census survey: 9 questions. 10 years of impact. Your respond will impact billions of dollars in federal funds to local communities for schools, roads, and other public services. Read more...
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    Health Officer “Cover Your Face” Order in Effect

    The health order, effective Wednesday, April 22, 2020 in Contra Costa County requires anyone working at or visiting an essential business, such as a grocery store or gas station, to wear face coverings to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Read more...
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    County District Attorney Urges You to Report Price Gouging

    The Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office reminds all residents that price gouging is illegal while our community is under a State of Emergency from the emergence of the novel coronavirus/COVID-19. Also, learn how to avoid scams. Read more...
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