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Posted on: March 12, 2020

City of Temecula Community Events Canceled or Postponed

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The World Health Organization’s Declaration that the spread of the 2019 Novel coronavirus, now referred to as COVID-19, has reached pandemic status prompted federal, state and regional public health organizations to implement orders and guidelines to limit the spread of the disease.

By order of Dr. Cameron Kaiser, Public Health Officer, Riverside University Health Systems-Public Health, all events with expected attendance above 250 individuals are canceled within Riverside County starting March 12, 2020 until April 30, 2020, regardless of venue.

In addition to the order, RUHS Public Health has published guidance for gatherings below 250 attendees to self-assess events.  This guidance includes the unique risk COVID-19 can pose to the elderly and infirm.  The full order of the Riverside County Public Health Officer, and guidance for community events, are located on the City’s webpage temeculaca.gov/coronavirus.

Events/Programs to be Rescheduled:  The City will make every effort to reschedule events later in the year, if feasible. The following community events and programs are required to be canceled at this time:

Symphony Concert  
 March 15
Second Saturday
March 14
World Down Syndrome Awareness  
March 21
Autism Awareness      
April 2
Teen Egg Hunt    
April 3
First Friday  
April 4
Easter Egg Hunt  
April 11
Second Saturday        
April 11        
Special Games                                                  
April 18
Old Town Temecula Community Theater
Main stage performances have been canceled until April 30.
Mary Phillip’s Senior Center
Closed until April 30.
Arbor DayApril 30
Temecula Rod RunMay 1 & 2
ExpoMay 9
 Velosolutions Pump Track US Championship
May 17
Tribute to Heroes Memorial Day Concert
May 23


The City of Temecula continues to be in regular communication with Riverside University Health Systems-Public Health, as well as federal and state agencies.  The rapidly changing COVID-19 situation is evolving daily. 


 

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