On Monday, March 29, 2021, Temecula City Hall will reopen its doors to the public with regular hours of operation Monday through Friday, from 8 am to 5 pm.
Inside City Hall, the lobby has been reconfigured to align with COVID-19 safety guidance including markers on the floor to maintain six feet of physical distance from other individuals, limited seating that can be easily sterilized, plexiglass at service counters, and signs reminding citizens about general COVID-19 safety etiquette. Visitors will be screened through a touchless thermometer and required to wear face coverings.
Temecula City Manager Aaron Adams states, “Over the past 12 months during the COVID‑19 pandemic, City Staff has worked around the clock to ensure Temecula residents and businesses continued to receive the very highest level of municipal services. Infrastructure projects and maintenance continued citywide, and services to the community at City Hall remained open virtually through our website, phone, email and app. We may now reopen our doors once again, and we have a staff of dedicated professionals who, together with our City Council, care deeply for our community and are looking forward to serving our citizens in person.”
For those that prefer the convenience of the City’s virtual options, all online services will continue to be available, including the virtual permit center through the City’s website at TemeculaCA.gov/PermitCenter.
For reopening updates, including the status of city facilities and recreational amenities, visit TemeculaCA.gov/reopen.