• City Services

Baldwin Park City Hall is open for essential functions. City staff increased the frequency and intensity of hygienic measures at City Hall, as well as other City facilities.

  • Passport Services

The City will not be processing passport requests until further notice.



  • Senior Meals

The City of Baldwin Park’s Julia McNeill Senior Center and the YWCA San Gabriel Valley are offering home delivery senior meals for:

  • Baldwin Park Residents (60 years +) every Wednesday (until further notice).
  • Non-Residents can pick-up meals at the Julia McNeill Senior Center located at 4100 Baldwin Park Blvd., Baldwin Park. To sign-up for home meal delivery contact (626) 214-9467. For additional information please contact the Julia McNeill Senior Center at (626) 813- 5245, Ext. 323 or the YWCA San Gabriel Valley (626) 214-9456 or via email at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


  • Parks & Recreation

Programming will be closed until further notice. All classes and events will start again once the City deems it safe.


  • Upcoming Community Events

The City has canceled all scheduled programs for the month of March. For information regarding the status of specific city events and activities, please contact Recreation and Community Services at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



  • Water

Your tap water is safe from coronavirus (COVID-19), according to the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The safeguards we have always taken to protect water quality are effective to keep it safe from viruses, including COVID-19. Please know that you do NOT need to worry about your tap water.

Pick-up services will continue at the regular scheduled time uninterrupted.


  • Electricity

Southern California Edison Company is taking steps to ensure it's ready to continue providing safe and reliable electric service to the customers if the situation escalates. For help with billing Southern California Edison announced that it is suspending service disconnections for nonpayment and waiving late fees, effective immediately, for residential and business customers impacted by the COVID-19 emergency. For more information, please visit SoCal Edison's Website (https://www.sce.com/billhelp)


  • Gas

SoCal Gas internal teams are taking several precautionary measures to mitigate exposure to the virus. SoCal Gas is committed to provide safe and reliable natural gas service to Baldwin Park. Customers experiencing hardships, including from the coronavirus can call 1-800-427-2200 or visit SoCal Gas' website (https://www.socalgas.com/coronavirus)



  • All Physical campuses are closed, classes are virtual. To protect the health of students and staff members, and to contain the spread of COVID-19, BPUSD is extending closure of all its schools, from preschool to adult education, through Monday, May 4, 2020 with a return date for students on Tuesday, May 5, 2020. The free and reduced-price meals are available to families from 11 AM to 1 PM at Jones Junior High, Bursch Elementary, and Baldwin Park High School through a drive-thru service. Meals will be provided for the number of children in the car. For more information, please visit www.bpusd.edu.



  • Baldwin Park Express & Dial-a-Ride

All services are still provided with no more than 5 riders at a time to maintain social distancing.


  • Foothill Transit

Reduced as of Monday, March 23rd. Commuter Express Lines 490, 493, 495, 498, 499, 699, 690 and lines 851-854 are not running. All other local lines, Silver Streak, & Duarte bus are still running.


  • Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

System remains fully operational. While METRO is continuously reviewing cleaning protocols to ensure that they are appropriate as the situation evolves. The agency continues to clean buses and trains at least once daily with EPA-approved disinfectants. For more information, please visit Metro's blog (https://thesource.metro.net/).



Restrict residential & commercial tenant evictions on a case-by-case basis. The Mayor and City Council instituted a temporary moratorium on evictions Citywide for non-payment of rent for tenants affected by COVID-19. Through this emergency declaration, the City acted against the virus by minimizing the displacement of tenants and preventing homelessness. The order is triggered for tenants who are able to demonstrate that they are unable to pay rent due to financial impacts related to COVID-19 or a no-fault eviction unless necessary for the health and safety of tenants, neighbors or the landlord. Landlords must not serve a 3-day notice to tenants experiencing financial hardship due to coronavirus and tenants must notify landlord of the inability to pay rent in writing via previously established e-mail and text communication.