COVID-19 We're open, but City Hall building access is controlled. A face covering is required. Try us online first! COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 (2019 Novel Coronavirus)

COVID-19 Change in service: City of Elk Grove offices reopened to the public on Monday, June 1. Customers are encouraged to conduct as much business as possible with the City online or by phone, but front counters and lobbies will be open during regular business hours. Staffing will be limited as teleworking continues for some personnel. Learn more about changes to city services.

Have questions about COVID-19?
Contact the City at (916) 691-2489 or askelkgrove@elkgrovecity.org


Get Tested

Residents that are interested in getting tested for COVID-19 can visit projectbaseline.com to conduct a preliminary online screening.

COVID-19 Cases

Source: Sacramento County Department of Health Services
Last Updated: 04/12/2021

Elk Grove
11,956 Cases
143 Deaths
Sac County
100,587 Cases
1,644 Deaths

Updated weekly on Mondays

Regional ICU Capacity

31.9%

The Greater Sacramento Region was released from the regional stay at home order on 01/12/2021. ICU information updated 04/12/2021.

Coronavirus Vaccine

Vaccinate Sacramento

The health and safety of the Elk Grove community is our top priority. For the latest information on the county vaccination process and procedures visit the Vaccinate Sacramento website.

Vaccine Appointments for ages 65+

Register for County COVID-19 Forums

View Frequently Asked Questions

Webinar About the COVID-19 Vaccine

Local physician and Cosumnes Fire Department Medical Director, Dr. Kevin Mackey, provides an overview into the science and history behind vaccinations during a free webinar held on Thursday, January 7. Learn more about the vaccines created specifically to combat COVID-19. Dr. Mackey will address the common concerns and frequently asked questions about the new COVID-19 vaccines. This webinar is presented in partnership by the City of Elk Grove and Cosumnes Community Services District.


What is the City Doing?

As both an employer and a local government agency, the City is implementing the following measures in response to COVID-19:

  • Updates from the Mayor. 
  • COVID-19 Response and Recovery Programs and Activities.
  • Participating in conference calls with the county and regional response agencies to stay up to date and prepared to implement strategies to protect and inform the community.
  • Sharing information with residents through our communication channels.
  • Postponing or canceling non-essential events. Learn about event changes.
  • Increasing the frequency and intensity of public transit bus cleaning with our transit contractor, SacRT. Learn about transit changes.
  • City staff who can work from home are doing so and those employees who are at City facilities are adhering to social distancing guidelines.
  • Public spaces at City Hall are being wiped down and disinfected at higher frequencies to prevent the spread of germs.
  • The City intends to provide as many services as possible to our residents. Staff phones and emails will also be monitored remotely. Residents can also report many issues through our website.
  • Elk Grove Police Department continues to address health order violations related to COVID-19. Officers are focused on educating people on the restrictions. To report a business violation, call 3-1-1. For residential or park use violations, contact the EGPD non-emergency number at (916) 714-5115.
  • Animal Services Officers will respond to emergency calls for service including dangerous dogs, sick or injured animals, police assistance, animals creating a hazard, bite reports, animal cruelty investigations, domestic animals in the roadway and dead animal disposal.
  • Staff are continuing to update this page and social media platforms with the latest information.

Stay informed, stay calm, and stay home. Together we can get through this. For a statewide perspective, visit the California’s COVID-19 Coronavirus Response website.

The State's electronic disease reporting system has been experiencing issues processing incoming reports. Therefore, recent data published on the Sacramento County Public Health COVID-19 dashboards are likely to be an underestimate of true cases in the County.


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