LA County Department of Public Health and Dr. Duardo, County Superintendent of Schools, that the county COVID-19 numbers had significantly decreased and that we had been under 25 cases per 100,000 for over 5 consecutive days. This afternoon, the adjusted case rate for L.A. county was posted at 20.0.
The Rotary Club of Glendora continues to spearhead efforts to raise money and provide resources for people hardest hit by the pandemic. Another example is the recent Christmas relief project.
Glendora City Council authorized an Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERA). The program is intended to keep households financially impacted by COVID-19 in their homes.
The Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with the City of Glendora are offering financial assistance to Glendora small businesses that are experiencing financial hardship due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Rotary Club of Glendora is made up of people who get together to serve the community. We provide leadership, manpower and financial support for many charitable activities in town. We want our neighbors to know what the Glendora Rotary Club is doing to help people in the community affected by the COVID-19 health crisis. We also want to ask you to join us in our efforts.
Citrus College students negatively affected by the COVID‐19 pandemic may be able to receive assistance with the help of a new initiative introduced at a…
Do you know where your water comes from? Most of the San Gabriel Valley’s water needs (80%) are supplied from local water sources stored right under our feet, while the other part (20%) is imported from Northern California through the State Water Project. Every time you turn on your faucet or take a shower, you are tapping into a complex and safe drinking water system. Your local water comes from snow and rain that flows naturally into the San Gabriel River Watershed and filters into the Main San Gabriel Basin known as groundwater.