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Temporary Moratorium on the Evictions of Residential and Commercial Tenants
Today, the City Council voted in favor of halting evictions for residential and commercial tenants during this crisis. Read the residential urgency ordinance here.
Modified Waste Services and Programs
State and county governments have given us health orders to stay home to help mitigate the spread of coronavirus and save lives, and we love how Rancho Cordovans are stepping up and taking this responsibility seriously. In alignment with this effort, Republic Services, Inc. is modifying its services as of March 27, 2020 to help mitigate the spread of coronavirus while maintaining essential services.
- Additional trash pickups: While you are at home, doing your part to help #FlattenTheCurve, your family may generate more waste than usual. If you need an additional pickup of your trash bin, please contact Republic Services on your regular collection day at 916.638.9000. Also, please remember that properly placing materials in your recycle and yard waste bins will help save space in your trash bin. Additional trash bin pickups will be provided at no charge.
- Bulky item pickup program: Appointments for bulky item pickups are temporarily suspended, and residents who have appointments scheduled after March 27 will be contacted by Republic Services. Please safely store these items until this program is reinstated.
- Curbside collection of batteries, oil and sharps: Collection of these materials is also temporarily suspended in an effort to help mitigate the spread of coronavirus. However, residents can deliver these materials and others to the Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection facility at Kiefer Landfill located at 12701 Kiefer Boulevard, Soughhouse, CA 95683. Click here to learn more about this facility and what types of HHW they accept.
For more information, contact Republic Services at 916.638.9000.
Stop the Spread from Sutter Health
Sutter physicians explain why social distancing is so critical to help slow the spread of coronavirus. Watch the video here.
Avoid Coronavirus Scams
Scammers are taking advantage of fears surrounding the coronavirus. Here are some tips from the Federal Trade Commission to help you keep the scammers at bay.
Cordova Recreation & Park District Updates
Click here to stay updated on the latest adjustments to operations from the Cordova Recreation & Park District. Cordova Recreation & Park District has determined it is in the best interest of our community to temporarily close facilities until further notice. In addition, park playgrounds are closed until further notice.
The State of California is currently under the Governor’s declaration of a public health emergency due to the COVID-19 Virus. Whenever federal, state or local authorities declare a state of emergency, the criminal penalties for common shoplifting and theft are greatly enhanced under California’s looting law.
California Penal Code section 463 makes violations of this law punishable criminally by incarceration in county jail prison for up to three years and a fine of up to $10,000, with a mandatory minimum sentence of six months in county jail. If the stolen item is a firearm, the sentence shall be served in state prison. The statute applies to any person entering any building or structure with the intent to steal any property, no matter its value.
Price Gouging and Deceptive Advertising
The State of California is currently under the Governor’s declaration of a public health emergency due to the COVID-19 Virus. Whenever federal, state or local authorities declare a state of emergency, it is unlawful to raise prices for essential consumer goods and services by more than 10% of the existing prices immediately prior to the declaration of emergency. Complaints regarding price gouging can be filed with the District Attorney’s Office Consumer Protection Division here.
In addition, be mindful of any products or services that falsely claim to treat, diagnose, prevent, or cure COVID-19. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization, there is no vaccine to prevent COVID-19, nor is there a medicine that treats or cures coronavirus. Individuals who have been the victim of a falsely advertised product that claims to treatment, test, or cure coronavirus are encouraged to file a complaint through the California Attorney General’s website here.
Response to Found Animals
Due to the stay-at-home Sacramento County Public Health Order issued on March 19, 2020, the Sacramento SPCA is ceasing all public-facing services. Under normal circumstances, the Sacramento SPCA takes in found and stray animals in Rancho Cordova; however, due to the County’s Public Health Order, these processes have changed. Learn how to respond to found animals by clicking here.
Sacramento Recycling and Transfer Station Updates
The household hazardous waste drop off facility and administrative office at the Sacramento Recycling and Transfer Station will be closed until further notice. Public drop off for solid waste and recycle will remain open until further notice. Learn more