Supervisor Mark Medina writes about the county facing COVID-19 and the budget.
There has been a significant increase in the number of positive cases from COVID-19, which is beginning to strain healthcare resources.
Mayor said the council was taking emergency action in order to assure the city had the state and federal resources it needed to keep the community safe.
Office of Education is continuing to monitor Coronavirus activity and safeguards and will implement a longer closure if warranted
FEMA and FCC to conduct a nationwide test of Wireless Emergency Alerts and the Emergency Alert System October 3 at 11:18 a.m.
County also issues water contamination alert for homes on Lovers Lane, Frye Lane, and San Felipe Road to Shore Road because of flooding
City prepares response to state of emergency, triggered by drought
Community members are ready to assist in emergency; next training session begins April 14
CodeRED system covers San Benito and Santa Cruz counties
Emergency planning should include large and small animals