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San Joaquin County Parks Extends Closure Through May 31

San Joaquin County Parks Extends Closure Through May 31

The San Joaquin County Parks and Recreation Division has extended its temporary closure of parks and facilities through May 31, 2020. This includes dog walking, nature trails, boat ramps, disc golf courses, playgrounds, campgrounds, fishing and all other park amenities in an effort to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus. 

Stockton COVID-19 - How to care for someone at home and remember the needy

According to the SJC Public Health Services as of 3/23/20 there are 51 confirmed cases of COVID 19

Stockton COVID-19 - How to care for someone at home and remember the needy

As of March 23, 2020, the San Joaquin County Public Health reported 51 cases of confirmed COVID-19 cases with 2 deaths.  Social Distancing will certain become one of the most search terms online.  There are a lot of questions and the Caravan News will continue to bring you updated information.  Together we need to continue to “Prepare not Panic” as Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs has said.  Take time to relieve stress and know that we will get through this together. 

COVID - 19: STOCKTON-SAN JOAQUIN KNOWS HOW TO STAND UP TO CRISIS

Updated Marth 19, 2020: As of March 18 2020, there are 15 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in San Joaquin County.

COVID - 19: STOCKTON-SAN JOAQUIN KNOWS HOW TO STAND UP TO CRISIS

Protecting our community from the devastating effects of COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus 2019.  Stocktonians have always responded to doing the “right thing” and at this time the “right thing” is following the guidelines as established by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, California Department of Public Health as well as San Joaquin County Public Health Services. 

Check Carbon Monoxide Detectors as Daylight Saving Time Ends

Check Carbon Monoxide Detectors as Daylight Saving Time Ends

A great time to check carbon monoxide detectors is when you set your clock back this Sunday, November 3, 2019, as Daylight Saving Time ends. This annual check can help protect your household from carbon monoxide poisoning – an odorless, tasteless gas that can cause sudden illness or death. Carbon monoxide detectors can alert you when this gas is present in your home, so you and your family can get out safely.

PG&E PSPS Not Affecting San Joaquin County

PG&E PSPS Not Affecting San Joaquin County

On Sunday October 20, 2019, PG&E announced they are considering pre-emptively turning off power for safety and implementing a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) as a precautionary measure to reduce wildfire risk during the forecasted severe wind event Wednesday and Thursday of this week. While San Joaquin County was initially included in the announcement, San Joaquin County Office of Emergency Services has been advised that the scope of the potential outages had since narrowed, so San Joaquin County is no longer on the list of potentially affected counties at this time. 

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