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The City encourages residents to monitor Riverside County Public Health for the latest updates in our region The City recommends following protective measures against the coronavirus published by WHO and the CDC.The City is heeding the advice coming from the experts at Riverside County Public Health, the CDC and the World Health Organization. 

Most Recent Updates: 

May 26th, 2020: 

New: Testing Site in San Jacinto 
San Jacinto now has a local COVID 19 testing site located at: 790 State Street.
An appointment is required to be tested 1-800-945-6171.

County of Riverside is providing guidance for hair salons and barbershops to support a safe, clean environment for workers and customers. Services for these operations must be limited to services that can be provided with both the worker and customer wearing face coverings for the entirety of the service. Click here to view these guidelines

May 22nd, 2020

State approves Riverside County’s readiness to move to accelerated stage 2

More businesses to reopen, including dine-in restaurants and retail stores
Riverside County Guidelines for Safe Reopening Shopping Dine-In Restaurants 

May 9th, 2020

Effective 05/09/2020 Public School are to remain closed until 6/19/2020. To read the entire order click here

May 8, 2020

Riverside County reverts to state orders Most local health orders to be rescinded in alignment with governor’s orders The Riverside County Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 tonight at a special board meeting to direct the rescission of most local health orders to align with the governor’s statewide stay at home order. Starting tomorrow, face coverings and six feet of social distancing will be strongly recommended whenever practical and within reason. Limitations on short term rentals and golf course operations will be rescinded and in alignment with state orders.
To read the entire press release click here

Current City Facilities that are closed: 

City Hall (Closed to the public, Staff is still working)
Community Center  (Until further notice)
Sallee Park Recreation Facility  (Until further notice)
Estudillo Mansion and Museum  (Until further notice)
All City Parks and Restrooms: Parks are now open with restrictions. Bathrooms will remain closed. 

San Jacinto Public Library: 

All Riverside County Libraries will be closed as of March 15, 2020 until further notice. 
Digital resources remain available 24/7 at, including e-books and audiobooks, movie and music services, and digital subscriptions to newspapers and magazines, plus much more.

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During this time, staff continues to perform its duties in serving the public; however and in abundance of caution, public walk-ins are not available until further notice.The health of our employees is important to us, and to insure that we as a staff can continue to serve the residents and business community, please have patience with us during this time.


City staff will continue to operate between the hours of 8am – 5pm, Monday thru Thursday, and all essential services continue, as well as after hour issues regarding water and sewer maintenance issues.  The City’s Department of Water, Power and Public Works after hours on-call team will continue to respond to issues in the field concerning the health and safety of our residents.

Water paymentscan be made via credit card on the City’s website (you can click on the link to de redirected to that pageor by phone 1(877) 260-7818, check or money orders can be used for payment by submitting payment to the designated drop box located on 6th street side of the City Hall parking lot.

Per Executive Order N-42-20, water shutoffs for non-payment have been suspended for residential or small businesses in the critical infrastructure sectors.

Development applications, plan check, and building check payments can be made via the City’s website  To make an appointment, please contact the Planning Department at 951-487-7330.

Building inspections will continue to be handled via the building inspection phone system by calling 951-487-7330 to schedule an inspection.

**A 60 day extension will be applied to all permits and applications.  Any other extension of time request will be handled on a case by case basis.  Please contact 951-487-7330 for the correct department to speak with regarding a request for an extension.

Business License payments can be made via the City’s website, or checks or money orders can be used for payment by submitting payment to the drop box located on 6th street side of the City Hall parking lot.  Please contact Finance for information regarding obtaining a Business License 951-487-7330 or visit the City’s website for more information.

 Street Sweepingwill continue, however, the City is suspending citations for on-street parking until further notice.

CitizenRequest Portal:  This portal allows you to report pot holes, code violations, file a public records request, graffiti water issues.  Click Here

updated 05/13/2020 at 5:19 pm

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The City of San Jacinto's goal is to inform the public as much as possible during the pandemic. Every Monday at 1 pm, Mayor Andrew Kotyuk and City Manager Rob Johnson give a weekly residential, and commercial development update via Facebook live. Here is this weeks video: 

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If you are a senior citizen (60 years or older) and are in need to be connected to resources fill out the below form. A staff member will contact you to gather more information, and then try to connect you to those services. 

If you are an organization that has a service you can offer the community in general, you can also send us your information through the below form. A staff member will contact you. 

Seniors or disabled adults can call 1-800-510-2020 or visit to determine their need for any one of the following service options:

• Grab-and-Go Meals: Up to seven to 14 days of cooked and frozen meals ready for pick up
• Courtesy Pantry: Two weeks supply of food delivered within five to seven days
• Home-Delivered Meals: Up to seven to 14 days of delivered food with no contact for vulnerable adults
• Emergency Meals: Up to three days of immediate food delivered to fragile adults and seniors
Details on Office on Aging’s program can be found at Riverside County has also released a map showing where senior meals, school meals and food pantries are available.

Great Plates Program: 

On April 24, 2020, Governor Gavin Newsom announced the new Great Plates Delivered: Home Meals for Seniors ("Great Plates") program for individuals at high risk due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


The Great Plates program is now active in select cities across Riverside County. Eligible applicants are being matched for meal delivery based on availability of participating restaurants in their area.

If you are an individual with a high-risk condition, please complete this ELIGIBILITY SCREENING FORM.  All who qualify will receive restaurant delivery information at a later time.

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*City Hall is currently closed to the public, and staff are available via phone and email.* 

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