The City of Lynwood is reopening to the public, but still very slowly.
The COVID-19 virus is still very active and causing people to get sick—395 cases have now been reported in Lynwood and 29 people have died. That is why the city has been taking steps to ensure a safe environment for our employees and people who need to come to the city.
But understand, things are going to be much different.
Today (Friday May 22nd), the city parks have been reopened but only for passive use. To read what’s allowed and what isn’t, click here
On Tuesday, Lynwood City Hall will reopen to the public. If you need to come to city hall, for any reason, you need to make an appointment. That is even if you just want to pay your water bill. For more information on how to make an appointment and what to expect when you visit City Hall, click here.
Remember, all residents still must:
• Wear masks/ protective facial covering at all times outside
• Practice social distancing (stay at least six feet apart)
• Avoid any group gatherings.
We are continuing to monitor the COVID-19 situation very closely and stay in contact with the LA County Health Department and other public agencies.
If you are wondering about getting a test for the COVID-19 virus, we published a map of nearby testing sites this week. Take a look.
Please stay safe!
And have a nice Memorial Day weekend.