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COVID-19 Information

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The City of Santa Monica places the highest value on the health and safety of our community. We are here to help you get through this unprecedented public health emergency. Here you’ll find the latest information on the local response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Please check back often and if you don’t find what you’re looking for, reach out to the COVID-19 hotline at 310-458-8400 or

Recent Santa Monica Press Releases

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Recent Santa Monica Blog Posts

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COVID-19 Dashboards

Please refer to the Los Angeles Department of Public Health for the most timely COVID-19 statistics.

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During the pandemic, public and business compliance with public health orders is of great importance to the health and safety of our community. The City’s Code Enforcement Officers and Health Ambassadors work seven days a week to promote compliance, with support from SMPD and its Public Safety Officers.   

To report a concern about public health compliance during business hours, please contact the Santa Monica COVID-19 Hotline at (310) 458-8400 or  Violations can also be reported directly to the LA County Department of Public Health at 888-700-9995 or by emailing   

To report an urgent concern about public health compliance during non-business hours, please report the incident to the Santa Monica Public Safety Communications non-emergency line at 310-458-8491

Video Updates

For City of Santa Monica video updates about COVID-19, please visit our Coronavirus Updates playlist on YouTube.

Federal, State, and County Public Health Information

Los Angeles County, the State of California, and the U.S. Federal Government have declared emergencies to allow greater authority to take measures necessary to protect and preserve public health and safety, including seeking aid from state and federal authorities as necessary. Here are the best sources of official information on the coronavirus:

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