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3/25/20 Update: Mayor Cabaldon and Superintendent Luna Answer Your Questions

Post Date:03/25/2020 1:00 PM

Mayor Cabaldon and Superintendent Luna Answer Your Questions

City of West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon and Washington Unified School District Superintendent Linda Luna provide a Coronavirus update and answer questions from the community. Topics include: Shelter in place enforcement and restrictions in City parks, graduation and SAT impacts at schools, food distribution schedules for students and West Sacramento residents. Recorded on Zoom at 2pm, 3-25-20. Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/r8g-Qu0CP0s

Four Ways to Ask Questions about the Shelter in Place Order

There are now several ways you can get questions or concerns about the Yolo County Shelter In Place order addressed.

  • The City of West Sacramento has set up a dedicated option called "Public Health Order" in West Sac Connect for questions related to shelter in place restrictions. This is monitored daily by staff who can help direct you to resources and services.
  • Dial the City of West Sacramento at 916-617-4925 if you want to call in and leave a verbal message.
  • Yolo County has also established a link where all residents can ask questions or comment about the order.
  • And 211 also has information and operators standing by to answer your questions on COVID-19 and the public health order: 2-1-1 Yolo County.

Do Not Flush Disinfecting Wipes or Paper Towels

Flushing wipes, paper towels and similar products down toilets will clog sewers and cause backups and overflows at wastewater treatment facilities, creating an additional public health risk in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic. Even wipes labeled “flushable” will clog pipes and interfere with sewage collection and treatment throughout the state. Please read the full advisory.

Yes flush toilet paper, no don't flush wipes or paper towels

Suicide Prevention of Yolo County

Suicide Prevention is still operating their crisis lines 24/7. They remain here for those who have been impacted by COVID-19 in a myriad of ways, from those who have experienced a heavy blow to their mental well-being, to those who are feeling great anxiety about the days ahead. West Sacramento residents can call (916) 372-6565.

For more information, please visit www.suicidepreventionyolocounty.org

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Coronavirus in Yolo County

The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Yolo County is eleven with one fatality. Stay up to date by visiting the Yolo County Novel Coronavirus website.

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