MONTCLAIR CITY HALL - TEMPORARILY CLOSED TO VISITORS
In response to additional guidance received by federal, state, and local public health officials, Montclair City Hall will be temporarily closed to the public beginning Wednesday, March 18, 2020, until further notice.
SUBJECT: EMERGENCY DIRECTIVE TO IMMEDIATELY SUSPEND ALL OUTDOOR AND INDOOR SWAP MEET EVENTS AT MISSION TIKI DRIVE-IN THEATRE, 10798 RAMONA AVENUE, MONTCLAIR, CA 91763
On Monday, March 16, 2020, the Montclair City Council adopted Resolution No. 20-3263 declaring a local public health emergency in the City of Montclair in relation to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
In declaring a local public health emergency, the City Council invoked Section 6.080.060 of Chapter 6.08 of Title 6 of the Montclair Municipal Code providing that the City Manager, as Director of Emergency Services, is empowered to "make and issue rules and regulations on matters reasonably related to the protection of life and property as affected by such emergency."
The planning that you do today will determine how quickly your business recovers after man-made and natural disasters. If businesses are ready to survive and recover, our City and economy are more secure. Listed below are some actions that your company can take to be better prepared for disasters:
Identify potential hazards at your workplace and take action to mitigate them
Encourage employees to be personally prepared
Create an emergency plan
Build emergency supply kits
Identify your building’s weaknesses and begin fixing them
Practice how to protect yourself during an earthquake; conduct a "Drop, Cover, and Hold On" drill with your employees
Be fire safe! Make sure your business has working smoke alarms and fire extinguishers. Practice how people will evacuate the building if there is a fire.
Learn how to check for injuries and damages after a disaster
For comprehensive guides that will provide business owners with steps they can take to prepare their companies for disasters, please visit the following websites: