San Joaquin County is in the Purple Tier 1, which is substantial and widespread.
The State of California is in the process of rolling out vaccines to all 58 counties. The first vaccines have arrived in San Joaquin County and those who are scheduled for vaccinations in Phase 1A have begun to receive vaccinations, which includes those in healthcare-related occupations, those supporting healthcare, and first responders. The State has also authorized vaccinations to be provided to those in Phase 1B, which includes those who are age 65 or over.
Additional information regarding vaccinations in San Joaquin County is available San Joaquin County Office of Emergencies website or by calling 2-1-1.
City of Stockton public offices and counters are open to in-person services. San Joaquin County, including Stockton, remains in the Purple Tier 1, which is considered widespread for COVID-19. City offices and locations follow State Guidance for social distancing protocols and face coverings are required.
All departments are also available by telephone, email, and through online services, during regularly scheduled business hours.
To slow the spread of the virus, please continue to:
City parks are available for passive use, which includes walking, biking, running, etc. Please follow current State requirements, including the Regional Stay Home Order, effective in San Joaquin County (San Joaquin Valley Region), masking and physical distancing.
State of California Blueprint for a Safer Economy - Regional Stay Home Order
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This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 2/24/2021