City Continues Robust COVID-19 Public Outreach Campaign
Since the start of the pandemic, the City of Mission Viejo has proactively worked to keep the public apprised of COVID-19 directives from the State and County and best practices to stay healthy and safe.
To provide the community with consistent social distancing, mask and other directives and reminders, the City printed and posted signage at all 52 parks in town; along the Lake Mission Viejo walk; and in different open space areas along Oso Creek Trail. With coronavirus recommendations for playgrounds, the City posted separate signage at all playgrounds in City parks for the benefit of families, groups and individuals.
This messaging complements the robust public outreach campaign the City launched early in the year to provide residents and businesses with up-to-date news and information via a dedicated COVID-19 webpage, eNewsletter, social media channels, press releases and MVTV television segments.
The City will continue to provide the community with essential, timely news and information to help residents and businesses find resources, information and the latest health and safety directives.
Thank you for taking such good care of Eldorado park. I see crews sanitizing the playground equipment wearing masks early in the morning as I am walking the dog. Keep up the good work.
Just wondering if Preciados Park near De Portola Elementary is getting sanitized? There have been large groups of people having get-togethers there, and wanted to be sure ALL of the parks were included in the sanitizing.
Yes, all City playgrounds are sanitized daily and power washed monthly.
Could you please, please! put more signs up to cover up with face masks at park entries etc.
For instance at the Oso trail or on side walks, for instance around the Lake Mission Viejo on Marguerite etc. Hardly anybody wears a face mask!