City Hall To Remain Closed to Visitors Through JanuaryJan 13, 2022 08:31AM ● By Mb News Staff
For a complete list of on-line city services or to make an appointment, please visit Manhattan Beach City Hall Appointments.
The Police and Fire Department lobby will also be closed to visitors until January 31. However, those departments are always accessible to the public. In the event of an emergency, dial 911. For general inquiries, call the Police Department’s main line at (310) 802-5140 or the Fire Department’s main line at (310) 802-5200.
Public works services are not expected to be adversely affected, according to the city. Additionally, in-person recreation programs, parks, tennis courts, fields and community centers will remain open until further notice.
Manhattan Beach, like other cities across L.A. County, has experienced a surge in COVID-19 cases after the holidays. There have been 588 new cases reported in Manhattan Beach over the past week (January 4-January 11), including one new death.
As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, the city of Manhattan Beach continues to provide updates and daily case counts at Manhattan Beach Coronavirus.