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West Hollywood Sheriff Deputies have begun to deliver on their promise to start citing individuals who refuse to wear masks or other forms of face coverings while out in Public in the City of West Hollywood. As COVID-19 infections...
California Governor Gavin Newsom and the Los Angeles County gave a directive today that indoor operations for certain sectors in 30 counties in the state must close effective immediately. These operations include gyms and fitness centers, places of worship,...
The West Hollywood Sheriff's Department conducted another face cover / mask operation on Wednesday, July 8, 2020, at 3pm, to educate the public on the importance of face coverings and to give away free masks to individuals who need...
The West Hollywood Sheriff's Department released the results of the July 2, 2020, Face Cover / Mask Operation for the day when deputies were said to begin fining people who do not wear some form of face cover or...
Governor Gavin Newsom ordered the closure of indoor dining and other inside business operations in 19 counties across the state of California in response to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. The Los Angeles County is on...
For the past two weeks, the City of West Hollywood Parking Enforcers have been leaving warning signs on car windshields informing the public that parking citations are starting up again in WeHo. The City suspended enforcement of various parking...
Governor Gavin Newsom ordered the closing of bars in Seven Counties in California. Los Angeles is one of those counties, which directly impacts the City of West Hollywood. The shutdown is in response to California's surge in coronavirus infections...
A revised Health Officer Order from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health further eases restrictions on certain businesses like bars, nail salons, spas, tattoo parlors and other activities, as it continues to move the County of Los...
The City of West Hollywood City Manager and Director of Emergency Services Paul Arevalo, issued a seventh Emergency Executive Order (2020-7) lifting the closure of WeHo parks, parklets, and dog parks today. While WeHo parks have been in use as...
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