COVID-19 Information & resources

COVID Updates & Resources

CITY hall operations & OPEN HOURS

To safely go about our daily lives during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we are taking steps to prevent the spread and have modified our operations at City Hall. Click here to see our current hours and make an appointment.

the latest health order

Because San Gabriel is located in the County of Los Angeles, our community will be following the local Health Officer Order from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. 

Currently, indoor masking is strongly recommended, but not required, for vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals in public settings, except in high-risk settings where federal and state regulations continue to require masking. 

In Los Angeles County, masks continue to be required by everyone ages two and older, regardless of vaccination status, on public transit and within transportation hubs in Los Angeles County. Transportation settings where many people are in shared indoor space for extended periods of time are vulnerable to spreading COVID-19 to large numbers of people. 

Masking is also still required for those who exit isolation or quarantine early through day 10 of their isolation or quarantine period. As a reminder, regardless of the community risk level, people can wear a mask based on their personal preference, comfort level, and informed by their personal level of risk.

To view the latest health guidelines issued by the County and State, visit and


If you've been negatively impacted by COVID-19, the following local, county and State resources are available:

City of San Gabriel

  • Grants for San Gabriel businesses and residents
  • Resources for businesses with assistance from our Economic Development division

County of Los Angeles/State of California

testing and vaccination

What are the symptoms and how can I get tested?

Symptoms for COVID-19 include fever, cough and difficulty breathing. Additional symptoms may include chills, muscle or body pain, sore throat, nausea, diarrhea, congestion and a loss of taste or smell. If you have these symptoms, it's important that you self-quarantine and get tested. 

For a list of testing sites, at-home testing or pick up a testing kit, click here.

Where can I get a vaccination? 

Vaccinations are currently being handled by Los Angeles County. For information about eligibility and to find a vaccination clinic, please visit this page.

Last updated: April 28, 2022