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Posted on: March 20, 2020

COVID-19 Resources

List of essential services Resources

To help assist the community in answering questions about the COVID-19 outbreak, the County of Santa Cruz has established a call center to help direct questions to the proper channels.

Santa Cruz County Health Officer, along with six other Public Health Officers from the Bay Area, issued a legal order asking residents to stay home, a unified step to slow the spread of novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) and preserve critical health care capacity across the region, effective March 17 through April 7.

Most City facilities are closed to the public. Members of the public may still contact City services remotely, as follows: To help assist the community in answering questions about the COVID-19 outbreak, the County of Santa Cruz has established a call center to help direct questions to the proper channels. If you have questions, please call (831) 454 - 4242 between the hours of 8am - 6pm, Monday-Friday.

City Administration offices - Administration offices remain operational.

Building and Planning Department - Permits, plan checks, code enforcement and plan review services. Please call (831) 768-3050 or email cdd@cityofwatsonville.org or for the Inspection line (831)768-3060 to schedule an appointment.

Engineering/Transportation - Active construction projects, signal and street light issues. Please call (831) 768-3100

Public Works Customer Services Center - Call (831) 768-3133

Utility Services - Residential and commercial billing customer service and water turn-ons. Please call (831) 768-3455 Online bill pay - Available at: https://www.onlinebiller.com/watsonville/

Watsonville Main Library and Freedom Library - eBooks, eAudiobooks, streaming video content, online magazines and newspapers, will remain accessible 24/7 at https://cityofwatsonville.org/1081/Services Parks, Recreation and Community Services - Recreation programs are closed until further notice. 

Watsonville Senior Center is closed. Classes, events, programs and facility rentals are canceled or postponed.

Parks and fields remain open at this time. If you visit a park, please practice good hygiene and social distancing.

Parks & Recreation Virtual Center - Visit watsonvillerec.com for fun and educational resources. 

Public Drop Off - Located at 320 Harvest Drive will be open from 9 am - 12 pm Monday-Friday.

 Police reports - Reports that are not urgent can be made online at: watsonvillepd.com

Airport - Open 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (services may be limited) For the most recent updates on COVID-19 in Santa Cruz County, please visit: http://www.santacruzhealth.org/coronav

For the most recent updates on COVID-19 in Santa Cruz County, please visit: http://www.santacruzhealth.org/coronavirus

For questions about COVID-19, please call United Way of Santa Cruz County at 211 or text "covid19" to 21121

Price gouging- Santa Cruz County District Attorney’s Office - 831-454-2050 or email cfep@santacruzcointy.us

Second Harvest Food Bank hotline - 831-662-0991 or visit Thefoodbank.org

Shelter in Place Order violations - 831-471-1151

Pajaro Valley Unified School District - pvusd.net

We encourage the community to stay informed and take recommended precautions. Keep yourself and those around you healthy.

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