COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update

(last updated February 10, 2021)

County Back in Reopening Tier Plan

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In Los Angeles County, certain sectors are allowed to reopen with limitations. Learn More.

COVID-19 Vaccination Release Update

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Los Angeles County residents who are 65 years and older are now eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccinations. Learn More.

New COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Hub Opens

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Walk-Through by Appointment COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Site Now Open at Cal Poly Pomona. Learn More.

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COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments

Currently eligible to receive vaccine: Healthcare workers, staff and residents at long-term care facilities and persons age 65 and older.

Schedule Vaccination Appointments at:


- VaccinateLACounty

COVID-19 Symptoms, Self-Care and Prevention

Identify COVID-19 symptoms, how to reduce spread and prevent infection from the Centers for Disease Control.

Information Resources

Local Food Banks

COVID-19 Testing Sites

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Make an appointment for a free COVID-19 test in Los Angeles County. Locations may offer drive-through or walk-in testing. Learn more.

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

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Learn about the recently approved COVID-19 vaccines, availability, priority groups and anticipated distribution schedule. Learn More.

Public Health Department Coronavirus Dashboard

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Find updated information from Los Angeles County regarding COVID-19 cases, business and reopening guidelines. Learn More.

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City Operations

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

General Information

City Facilities Temporarily Closed to the Public

Until further notice, all City facilities, including City Hall, the Diamond Bar Center and Heritage Park Community Center, 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

City Clerk's Office (909) 839-7010 or

All meetings of the City Council and Commissions will be conducted via teleconference until further notice. (See meeting agendas for participation details

Contact City Hall

Contact City Hall at (909) 839-7000 during regular business hours of Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

General inquiries may also be emailed to

Additional Contacts:

Diamond Bar Center (909) 839-7065

Finance (909) 839-7050

Human Resources (909) 839-7018

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Additional Resources

City Services

Community Development Department

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

- Start Building Permit Application Process

Public Works Department

Maintenance (909) 839-7060

- Request roadway, parkway tree or sidewalk maintenance

Engineering (909) 839-7040

- Roadway projects, encroachment permits, or traffic issues

- Public Works Fees, Forms and Resources

Transportation Services

Diamond Ride (909) 839-7050

- Diamond Ride Application

Diamond Ride ID cards that expired between mid-March and December 31, have been extended to June 30, 2021. Users may choose to wait until then or renew online by submitting an online application.

Transit Subsidy Program (909) 839-7050

- Transit Subsidy Application

Diamond Bar residents are eligible to receive discounted MTA and Foothill Transit Passes. New participants must submit application form.

Parks and Recreation

Park Amenities and Trails

Parks and Recreation Department

(909) 839-7070 or

  • City Trails and Trailheads
  • Dog Park at Pantera Park
  • Skatepark at Peterson Park
  • Playing Fields
  • Tennis and Pickleball Courts
  • Playgrounds
  • Park Picnic Areas
  • Park Open Areas
  • Public Outdoor Restrooms


  • Basketball courts
  • Volleyball courts

Use of face coverings and social distancing required at all City facilities. Review signage for COVID-19 protocols and guidelines.

Senior Resource Line - (909) 348-8320

City phone line to provide Diamond Bar seniors with recorded information about available resources during COVID-19 crisis. Message is updated weekly.

Special Events and Recreation Programs

All in-person, indoor City events and recreation classes will be canceled or rescheduled until further notice.
Online Recreation Programs
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Business Recovery Resources

Information regarding loans, grants, counseling or technical assistance for small businesses located within Los Angeles County

Free 30-day supply of free Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for LA County small businesses with less than 100 employees. Supplies limited.

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Safer at Work Program for Los Angeles County – Free resources to assist businesses to operate as safely as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic. Program provides communication tools for businesses, employees and residents.

Free online, COVID-19 Safety Compliance Certificate Program (CSCCP) for business owners to implement the LA County DPH COVID-19 safety directives.

Counseling Programs

Score - Nonprofit organization in partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration, is dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship.

San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership - Provides free, individualized support to businesses located in or relocating to the San Gabriel Valley in order to facilitate their success.

Business Resiliency Toolkit - Toolkit provides resources and recommendations for business recovery, and sustainability by the County of Los Angeles Workforce Development

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Grants, Loans & Assistance

Small Business Stabilization Loan Program offers low interest loans ranging from $50,000 to $3 million. Managed by the Los Angeles County Development Authority.

California Rebuilding FundLow interest loans for businesses with less than 50 full time employees with a gross revenues of less than $2.5 million in 2019.

Los Angeles County Disaster Help Center - Center supports business owners and workers adversely affected by COVID-19. Offers assistance and referrals through grants, loans, and counseling services.

LA Regional COVID-19 Recovery Fund - Supporting micro-entrepreneurs, small businesses, and non-profits with grants, loans, coaching, and technical assistance to all applicants seeking support before, during, and after grant and loan submission.

Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation – A non-profit organization for strategic business assistance, funding opportunities and other resources.

U.S. Small Business Administration – Federal loan, grant and debt relief options, counseling, training and business development resources

America’s Job Centers of California - Employment resources for workers and businesses

California Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Apply for grant amounts up to $25,000.

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City of Diamond Bar Business Recovery Program

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 (closed), free permits for the provision of outdoor services, and relaxed regulations for temporary outdoor signage.

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