Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Local Updates


The City of Campbell continues to work closely with our partnering agencies to monitor how the novel coronavirus is impacting our communities. We are attentive to the information provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and reviewing guidance provided by the County’s Public Health Department. 


The County Health Officer has established mandatory risk reduction measures applicable to all activities and sectors to address the COVID-19 pandemic. READ MORE HERE

California Public Health UPDATE June 18, 2020

California Public Health Department has released guidance requiring Californians to wear face coverings in most settings outside the home. READ MORE HERE

Coming Soon

The Health Officer will issue a set of mandatory directives with rules to reduce risk in the following specific industries and activities: 

  • Personal Services, including hair and nail salons, massage therapy, and other body care services 
  • Gyms and fitness centers
  • Construction
  • Recreational and athletic activities
  • Gatherings, including for social, economic, religious, cultural, and other purposes
  • Agriculture
  • Hotels and motels
  • Public transit
  • Childcare, summer camps, and children’s activities
  • Pools
  • Outdoor dining
  • Food facilities

Where there are differences between the local Health Officer’s order and the State’s order, everyone must follow the stricter restrictions.

A special message from Campbell Mayor, Susan M. Landry

These measures have been put in place to proactively help slow the spread of COVID-19.

 The City is implementing a 30-day rolling plan period. During this period, the City will continue to proactively take the steps to prioritize the health and safety our employees and community members. Our focus is to maintain essential service and keep you informed.

  1. Adjusted City Services
  2. Cancelled Events
  3. Police Department Services
  4. Campbell Community Center

City Non-Essential Services Closed

As of Tuesday, March 17, 2020 the City will pause all non-essential services until May 31, 2020. 

Under the revised Shelter-in-Place Order, construction activity may resume on May 4, 2020 in accordance with the specified safety protocols (see small construction protocols and large construction protocols).

Requests for Building Division field inspections will be accepted through the City’s MyGovermentOnline permit system beginning May 4th. Please visit the Building Inspection Division for more information on scheduling inspections online.

Starting May 4th, Building Permit and Planning applications will now be accepted online. Please visit the Building Application Guides webpage and Planning Application Checklists webpage, respectively, for more information.

Report a Concern

View the Cancelled Events tab for a list of cancelled or postponed events.

Department & Division Contacts

Please contact a department or division directly via phone or e-mail to receive more information on how you may conduct your business with the City. We thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Building Division(408)
Business Licenses and Payments- Finance Department(408)
City Clerk(408)
City Manager’s Office(408)
Community Center(408)
Economic Development(408)
Human Resources(408)
Planning Division(408)
Public Works(408)
Police – Non-Emergency(408)
Police – Emergency(408) 378-8161 or 9-1-1
Recreation & Community Services(408)

CDC Information

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Symptoms can include fever, cough, and shortness of breath.

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Avoid close contact with people who are sick. Cover your cough. Avoid touching your face. Disinfect