Please see some updates below:

Garage Use and Vehicle Listing
Thank you to those who have submitted the Garage Use and Vehicle Listing Form. I am currently processing each and every one of them and I appreciate your patience. If you haven’t done so already, please submit the forms. They are due by September 30, 2020. The forms can be found under the Forms section of the website.

Facial Covering Reminder
As of May 1, the County is requiring you to wear face coverings in many public settings. The coverings help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and are part of our path to reopening San Diego.

When to wear
In general, you must wear face coverings anywhere you come within six feet of others. That includes:
Waiting in line to go inside a store, shopping in a store, picking up food at a restaurant, waiting for or riding on public transportation, riding in a taxi or other ride service vehicle, seeking health care, going into facilities allowed to stay open, working an essential job that interacts with the public.

When they’re not required
Face coverings are not required:
At home, in the car alone or with members of your household, for children under 2 years old, because of the risk of suffocation, swimming, walking, hiking, bicycling or running by yourself or with household members, and for residents with a health condition that prevents wearing a mask.

You should have a face covering ready and wear it if you come within six feet of other people. Everyone should help protect others by following health orders. We can’t expect law enforcement to make sure every person is wearing a face covering. But if you don’t wear one, you can be cited or not allowed into businesses, on transit or in other areas. Many people who test positive for COVID-19 have no symptoms and could be spreading the virus to others without knowing it. A face covering blocks droplets when a person coughs, sneezes, sings or breaths. Countries that advised or require their citizens to wear face coverings in public have been shown to be more successful in their response to the COVID-19 pandemic. When compliance is high, spreading of the virus slows.