BRAWLEY — The City of Brawley is preparing to comply with the Imperial County Public Health Department’s order to restrict gatherings that may exacerbate the spread of COVID-19.
“We are concerned for the health of our community,” Brawley Mayor Norma Kastner-Jauregui said, “and it is our responsibility to take all reasonable measures to reduce exposures and protect the public, as well as our employees.”
The City will continue to provide essential services such as police, fire, water, and sewer with contingency plans in place. Non-essential city functions are being modified with a focus on workplace safety and potential for COVID-10 spread. With local, state, and federal guidance, the City is implementing social distancing measures, across all nonessential services. Significant service level changes have been identified and the City is implementing temporary suspension of activities at all Brawley library and park facilities, including the senior center. The City’s COVID-19 Emergency Plan is posted at www.brawley-ca.gov and will be periodically updated on the City website under Latest News.
For non-emergency matters, Mayor Kastner-Jauregui urges the public to conduct city business by phone or via email, use the finance department’s drop box at the South Plaza parking lot or online payment options.
City departments are prepared to work with the public in alternative formats that the unique circumstances warrant.
Key City Contact Information
City Clerk / Records 760-351-3059
Finance / Utility Billing 760-344-8941
Public Works / Animal Control 760-344-5800
Parks & Recreation 760-344-5675
“Contact Us” tab at www.brawley-ca.gov will route emails to designated city staff
Brawley COVID-19 Emergency Plan www.brawley-ca.gov
Imperial County Department of Public Health http://www.icphd.org
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) https://www.cdc.gov/COVID19
For more information, please contact: Rosanna Bayon Moore, city manager (760) 351-3048, office (760) 562-5228 cell.