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Oceanside Police Chief Survey

After 36 years in law enforcement, Oceanside Police Chief Frank McCoy announced in July that he plans to retire. McCoy has served as Oceanside’s Police Chief since January, 2006 and is the longest serving Police Chief in the history of the department.


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More Indoor Businesses to Re-Open August 31

Today, the Governor announced a new blueprint for reducing COVID-19 in the state with revised criteria.


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Police Chief Announces Retirement

After 36 years in law enforcement, Oceanside Police Chief Frank McCoy announced earlier this month that he plans to retire in October, 2020. McCoy has served as Oceanside’s Police Chief since January, 2006 and is the longest serving Police Chief in the history of the department.


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COVID-19 Snapshot & City Assistance Programs

Get a current COVID-19 snapshot of our region and learn about City assistance programs.


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SCAM ALERT: Robocalls

Several Oceanside residents have reported a “robocall” telephone scam stating that they “have a time limit to pay their water utility bill or it will be shut off. Press one to pay by credit card…”


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State Rolls Back More Indoor Operations

Today, the State of California announced that more indoor business operations should close, effective Wednesday, July 15, for counties on the State Monitoring List, including San Diego County.


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San Diego County Joins State Watch List; Certain Business Operations Rolled Back

The State of California Department of Public Health has been monitoring each County for specific metrics to gauge state actions in response to the spread of COVID-19.


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Beach Parking Lots Temporarily Closed July 3-5

Oceanside beach parking lots west of the railroad tracks, with the exception of certain Harbor lots near the Harbor Village, will be closed from Friday, July 3 at 8:00 a.m. through Monday, July 6 at 8:00 a.m.


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Health Order Regulations Rolled Back

Restaurants, bars, wineries, and breweries that are licensed to service food must close by 10:00 p.m. until further notice.


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COVID-19 Related Update

The State unveiled a new site yesterday that uses multiple "dashboards" to illustrate real-time COVID trends, and the forecast of trend lines into the future if current conditions continue.


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