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City Postpones Reopening of Select Facilities and Orange County Issues Amended Health Order

The City has postponed the reopening of City Hall, Police Department, and Community Services until June 8 to ensure procedures and safety measures. An amended order allows the reopening of hair salons/barbershops, church services, funerals, and cultural services. Learn More »

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Additional Retailers and Businesses Allowed to Reopen and OC Orders Mandatory Face Coverings

The County of Orange has received approval from the State of California to reopen additional retailers and businesses. An order from the Orange County Health Officer has also been issued to expand the mandate on face coverings to all Orange County residents and visitors. Learn More »

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County of Orange Moves into Stage Two of California’s Resiliency Roadmap

The County of Orange has just announced the state has granted approval for OC to move into Stage 2. Stay tuned as we evaluate what this means for the Westminster community. Learn More »

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Now Hiring: Communications Supervisor

The City of Westminster is now accepting applications for the position of Communications Supervisor. Learn More »

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Select Retailers and Businesses Allowed to Reopen in City Under State Guidelines

The State of California has provided guidelines that will allow select non-essential businesses to reopen beginning May 8. Learn More »

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State Stay-at-Home Order and Non-Essential Business Closures Remain in Effect

The City of Westminster remains under California’s mandatory stay-at-home order which does not currently have an end date. Residents and businesses must continue to abide by the state’s order. Learn More »

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Governor Newsom Signs Executive Order on Actions in Response to COVID-19

Some of the issues addressed in the executive order include DMV deadlines and late fees, filing and notice requirements under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), retail and grocery bag fees, and recycling center guidelines. Learn More »

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Notice of Business Operations Under State-Mandated Order

This notice outlines businesses that are allowed to operate, examples of businesses that should be closed, and guidelines for safe social distancing and cloth face coverings. Click below for English, Spanish, and Vietnamese. Learn More »

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City Issues Order for Mandatory Face Coverings at Select Essential Businesses

As the City continues to implement measures consistent with public health directives for the safety of the community, Interim City Manager Sherry Johnson has signed an executive order requiring that face coverings be worn by employees at select essential businesses operating in Westminster. Learn More »

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Westminster Residents Guide

This guide explains how you can continue to do business with the City and understand the state’s order. Here you can access city services, county resources, utilities information, and more! Learn More »


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