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The City of West Hollywood launched a website section earlier this month with tips and resources for mental health and wellbeing. The new page addresses issues like how to handle stress while being stuck at home, domestic violence, and...
City of West Hollywood has taken its Recreation Programing online while the City Continues to adhere to LA County's Safer at Home Order. The City’s #WeRecAtHome series will provide access to virtual programs and resources created by Recreation Services staff...
Stay at home. The City of West Hollywood will continue to follow LA County Department of Public Health's Safer at Home Order, which has been extended and will remain in effect until May 15, 2020. The City is urging community...
WeHo Sheriffs were called to the scene at West Hollywood park numerous times this past weekend to clear the park of community members who ignored the City's Emergency Executive Order to close all parks and dog parks in an...
City lanterns above Santa Monica Boulevard in the heart of West Hollywood's LGBT Rainbow District were lit blue last night to pay tribute to first healthcare workers, first responders and essential personal at the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. "We're...
The City of West Hollywood sent a WEHO ALERT this evening to remind community members that the city has declared a local emergency in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. All non-essential City events and meetings remain cancelled and...
The City of West Hollywood is following Federal, State, and County guidance and recommendations that encourage community members to wear cloth face coverings when leaving the house for essential activities and to reserve medical masks for healthcare workers. A cloth...
City of West Hollywood Mayor John D'Amico provided an update on the City's response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic via the City's official Twitter account @wehocity. Mayor D'amico tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) in March. The mayor said he felt...
The City of West Hollywood's Department of Public Works has modified the operation of many traffic signals and pedestrian crossings in West Hollywood so that pedestrians do not have to touch surfaces of pole-mounted buttons to trigger green-walk-modes. This...
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