Lynwood City Hall and other City facilities accessible to the public will reopen their doors for in-person services on Monday, June 21. Appointments will no longer be required to access City buildings.
If You Visit Lynwood City Facilities
Out of an abundance of caution, Lynwood will continue to require face masks for employees and the public, however, health screenings will no longer be performed on members of the public. Please do not enter any City facilities if you have a temperature or other COVID-19 symptoms. Vaccination status will be not verified.
City Council Meetings
Lynwood City Council Meetings will remain virtual in accordance with California Executive Orders authorizing “Virtual” Brown Act Meetings.
All City staff and visitors will be required to wear masks on public transit.
City Events Involving Children
All City staff and visitors will be required to wear masks when in youth settings (indoors or outdoors).
Continue to Maintain Social Distance
City of Lynwood employees will maintain social distancing whenever feasible; we ask that the public do the same.
As we navigate our re-opening, please know that there may be changes due to increased or decreased restrictions that depend the COVID-19 infection rate. We will keep you updated whenever a change occurs.
The best way to protect yourself, your family and your community from COVID-19 is to get vaccinated. Vaccines are now widely available and easily accessible. To make an appointment, visit: http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/acd/ncorona2019/vaccine/hcwsignup/