Press Release - Coronavirus
Posted on 03/13/2020


The City of Grand Terrace is actively monitoring the situation involving the infectious disease outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).  At this time, The City of Grand Terrace advises residents and businesses of Grand Terrace to follow all recommendations from the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health, which is the lead authority for all public health emergencies in our City and County. Please visit the links below for resources and real-time information from County, State and National Agencies:

1) What is Coronavirus?

2) What you need to know

3) Up-to-Date Information on Coronavirus

4) Frequently asked questions about Coronavirus

5) First Responder's Response to Coronavirus 

6) San Bernardino County Public Health informational video on the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

7) City Services Impacted by COVID-19

8) Resources to Assist our Most Vulnerable Population
          i) Senior Nutrition Program at the City of Grand Terrace Senior Center
          ii) Lunch and Breakfast Programs for CJUSD students during school hiatus
          iii) Local Food Bank program

  iv) Senior Shopping Priority Program

9) Update on Food & Gathering Places
i) County Public Health orders Cancellation of all Gatherings

ii) CA Dept. of Public Health - Food and Beverage Venue Guidelines

iii) Message from Chairman of the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors, Curt Hagman

10) California Department of Public Health Order to Stay Home Except for Essential Needs

i) County of San Bernardino’s Public Health Official Warns, Violators of Social Distancing Rules Could Face $1,000.00 Fine

ii) County clarifies Public Health Officer's Order regarding Masks and Planned Religious Ceremonies

11) Resources for Businesses

i) Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources 

12) Governor Newsom's Executive Order N-37-20 Regarding Tenant Evictions

13) American Red Cross Blood Drive, April 8, 2020