Chief of Police Bryan Reyes and Amy Blaisdell Communications Director City of Palm Springs adressed residents with a helpful message and service to stop spread Covid-19.
In an effort to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, the Palm Springs Police Department has launched a new COVID-19 Violation Hotline for citizens to report non-compliance with City and County Orders such as individuals not wearing appropriate face coverings in essential businesses.
The new hotline number is (760) 323-8159 and will operate seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
“We are taking compliance seriously and violators may be fined. We appreciate the community’s support and ask everyone to practice vigilance while remaining kind and compassionate,” said Chief of Police Bryan Reyes. “Our absolute goal is to gain cooperation through education. Please join us in our efforts to educate each other on the directives that are in place in the City of Palm Springs.”
Bravo Palm Springs ! And thank you for your service to the law enforcement and city staff all over the United States.
For further Covid 19 / Coronavirus Info please see the current City updates under:
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