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COVID – 19 – New limited stay at home order
Effective November 21, non-essential activities prohibited between 10:00 pm to 5:00 am.

COVID-19 is increasing at alarming rates in California and we all need to do our part to stop the surge. Effective November 21, stop non-essential activities between 10:00 pm to 5:00 am in counties in the Widespread (purple) tier.

To this end Governor Newsome has issued a new limited stay at home order that you can access by clicking here

What this means for us: 

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2020 Elections: Voter Information
Starting Oct. 5 return your ballot at the Harrison Memorial Library book drop

CARMEL BEACH RULES – Updated 09/02/2020

In an effort to keep visitors and residents safe, at its regular meeting held September 1, 2020 the City Council amended Order 20-2. issued by the City Administrator. This Order provides the rules for use of the beaches in the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea and provides the Police Department with the necessary authority to issue an Administrative Citation for each violation.  

 This Order states the following are prohibited at the beach:

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UPDATE 09/02/2020
Updated Beach Rules; Face Coverings Required in Carmel-by-the-Sea

CARMEL BEACH RULES – Updated 09/02/2020

In an effort to keep visitors and residents safe, at its regular meeting held September 1, 2020 the City Council amended Order 20-2. issued by the City Administrator. This Order provides the rules for use of the beaches in the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea and provides the Police Department with the necessary authority to issue an Administrative Citation for each violation.  

 This Order states the following are prohibited at the beach:

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LOCAL UPDATES
2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID 19)

LOCAL UPDATES

City contact information

Call 211 for information on the health situation in Monterey County.

To receive updates regarding COVID-19 in Monterey County, text MCCOVID19 to 888777.

In an emergency, call 911.

UPDATE #9 March 24, 2020

Please take five (5) minutes to watch this important video message from Chief Tomasi. 

LOCAL UPDATES

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Helpful resource
Check out the City's Geographic Information System!

GIS is a framework for organizing and analyzing spatial data. It is a powerful tool to help identify patterns and support asset management and decision-making. 

There are many potential uses for GIS, including identifying locations of utilities and other City assets for project planning purposes, providing information to development applicants on City zoning and special districts, managing our urban forest, etc. 

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Helpful resource
Check out the City's Geographic Information System (GIS).

GIS is a framework for organizing and analyzing spatial data. It is a powerful tool to help identify patterns and support asset management and decision-making. 

There are many potential uses for GIS, including identifying locations of utilities and other City assets for project planning purposes, providing information to development applicants on City zoning and special districts, managing our urban forest, etc.