COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update

(last updated June 19, 2020)

Tennis and Pickleball Courts Reopen May 18 with Restrictions

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New Health Order allows for the reopening of recreation facilities with strict health mandates in place. Learn More.

County Issues Modified Health Officer Order

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Several more business sectors are allowed to open starting June 12 Among these are day camps, gyms and fitness facilities. Learn More.

Nail Salons, Wineries and Card Clubs Reopen

Nail Salons, bars, wineries and card rooms reopen

Modified Health Officer Order, effective June 19, allows for the reopening of nail salons, bars and card rooms. Learn More.

New COVID-19 Testing Sites

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Free testing for COVID-19 in Los Angeles County has been expanded to any individual with symptoms, not just seniors or those with underlying issues. Learn more.

Listing of Open Restaurants

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Support local restaurants - must be delivery, curbside pickup and to-go orders. Contact business directly to confirm operating hours and availability. Restaurant Listing

New Pandemic Unemployment Assistance

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The City has launched a multi-component Business Recovery Program to help Diamond Bar businesses respond to opportunities and challenges related to COVID-19. Components are a one-time $5,000 grant, and free permits for outdoor dining and temporary signs. Learn More.

County Seeks Restaurants for Meal Home-Delivery Program

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Do you own or operate a restaurant? The County will soon be launching a program that compensates restaurants for preparing and delivering nutritious meals to seniors. Details are still being finalized but restaurants are encouraged to sign up for updates. Learn More.

Street Sweeping Citation Suspension Extended
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The City has extended the suspension of parking citations for street sweeping infractions in residential areas through July 31, 2020. Learn More.

Senior Resource Line

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The City has activated a new phone line to provide Diamond Bar seniors with recorded information about available resources during this COVID-19 crisis. Learn More.


City Facilities

All City facilities, including City Hall, the Diamond Bar Center and Heritage Park will be closed to the public. However, City operations will continue to run with staff available to provide services and answer questions by phone and email.

City Meetings

All meetings of the City Council and Commissions will be conducted via teleconference until further notice.

Local Closures

Parks & Trails

OPEN FACILITIES - City trails, the dog park at Pantera Park, tennis and pickleball courts, park open areas and public outdoor restrooms.

CLOSED FACILITIES - Basketball courts, playing fields, playgrounds, picnic areas, the skate park in Peterson Park.

  • Parks and Recreation Department (909) 839-7070

City Events and Recreation Classes

All City events and recreation classes will be canceled or rescheduled until further notice.

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All services requiring in-person visits of public counter assistance will be suspended or made available online.

Community Development

Planning (909) 839-7030 or

- New projects or questions, complete and submit a inquiry form. Once received our planning team will reach out to you and provide guidance throughout the process.

- Uniform Planning Application

Neighborhood Improvement

- Report City Code Violations

Building & Safety (909) 839-7020

- Building Permit Application

  • Over the Counter Permits (i.e. Re-pipe, HVAC, Electrical Panel Upgrade)
  • Small Plans (i.e. Solar, Patios, Pools, Walls, Signs)
  • Large Plans (i.e. ADU’s, Room Additions, Commercial, Plans to be Couriered)

- Building Permit Archive


Transportation Services

Diamond Ride (909) 839-7050

- Diamond Ride Application

Transit Subsidy Sales (909) 839-7050

- Transit Subsidy Application



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The mass notification system enables the City to quickly alert you about COVID-19 updates, disaster, road closures or safety issue. These alerts may be sent to landlines, mobile numbers (voice and text), and email addresses.

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What You Need to Know (LA County Public Health)

Guidance for Social Distancing (LA County Public Health)

Handwashing Fact Sheets (CDC)

Handwashing Posters (CDC)

Frequently Asked Questions (LA County Public Health)

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Virtual Recreation Center - your place to connect through videos with our Recreation team and participate in fun activities to stay busy, active and engaged in socially distanced activities

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