Apply Now: City of Santa Ana Hiring COVID-19 Relief Workers

The City of Santa Ana is immediately hiring COVID-19 relief workers to provide community outreach and customer service.

 

This is a part-time at-will limited duration assignment utilizing State and Federal COVID-19 relief funding. The anticipated assignment will last 90 days, or less, depending on funding availability. Must be bilingual in English AND Spanish or Vietnamese.

 

Read the full job descriptions here:

Food Trucks Temporarily Allowed to Operate in Parking Lots; Advance Registration Required

Food trucks are now allowed to use private parking lots and certain City owned parking lots for vending activities under a resolution approved last week by the Santa Ana City Council. Resolution No. 2020-055 suspends the requirement of a Land Use Certificate for food vending vehicles to operate in these locations.

 

County of Orange Opens Free Large-Scale Drive-Through COVID-19 Testing Site at Anaheim Convention Center

(NOTE: The following information was provided by the County of Orange.)

 

Beginning today, July 15, the County of Orange is opening a large-scale drive-through COVID-19 testing site at the Anaheim Convention Center in a collaboration with 360 Clinic and the City of Anaheim.

 

Apply Now through July 31 for $10,000 Grants for Santa Ana Businesses, Nonprofits and Independent Contractors

Applications are now being accepted for $10,000 grants to help small businesses, nonprofits and independent contractors in Santa Ana and other cities in Orange County’s First District who have been negatively impacted by COVID-19. The deadline to apply is Friday, July 31, 2020, at 5 p.m.

This CARES Act-funded program is being administered by the Office of First District Supervisor Andrew Do. The cities in the First District include Santa Ana, Garden Grove, Westminster, a portion of Fountain Valley, and Midway City.

Santa Ana City Hall Closed and No Street Sweeping on July 3; No 4th of July Celebration Event This Year

Santa Ana City Hall will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2020, in observance of Independence Day.

 

There will be no street sweeping on July 3. Trash collection will take place as scheduled.

 

As previously announced, this year the City of Santa Ana is not having the annual Fourth of July Celebration at Centennial Park in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.