A lot has transpired in the past month, leaving everyone feeling uncertain and overwhelmed. The pandemic has forced us to take drastic measures and requires daily sacrifices.
When Contra Costa County became one of the first in California to issue a stay-at-home order, Pittsburg quickly moved into action. Pittsburg City Council closed all city facilities to prevent the spread of the virus in our community.
Our first responders and frontline workers continue to support public safety, health and wellness. They’re joined by the city council and city government, who are working to keep you and your families safe.
– Garrett Evans, City of Pittsburg, CA