Photo: Gonzales City Manager, Rene Mendez
City Manager, René Mendez, joins the conversation and brings his remarkable perspective on leadership. In the episode, he discusses the ‘Gonzales Way’ and the importance of access (for example, to technology and healthcare).
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Gonzales City Hall COVID-19 Advisory Effective June 1, 2020 City Hall Lobby Open to the Public with Limited Access – Face Covering Required.
Covered CA
Today, Covered California announced enrollment data results from the Special Enrollment Period established in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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For the Gonzales community: the County Health Officer has now put out a new order requiring the use of face coverings/masks. This order goes into effect April 30th at midnight. See the video by our US Surgeon General, Dr.
COVID-19 Testing Sites
Monterey County launched two community testing sites in Salinas and Greenfield on Wednesday, May 6th. Area locations, days and hours (horarios y lugares): 
City of Gonzales city seal, graphic of mountains, wine, cow, and field
Monterey County Health Officer announces changes to current Shelter In Place Order
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Click here to find resources for local businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Free Spanish Speaking Webinar for Small Businesses graphic showing a coronavirus knocking down lines of a barcode
Spanish speaking small business owners and staff are invited to a free online seminar (webinar) on disaster assistance on Friday, April 17 from 10-11 a.m. The seminar is offered by the Monterey County Business Council (MCBC) and California Coastal Small Business Development Center (SBDC).
Monterey Bay Community Power's COVID-19 Response Graphic
Gonzales residents and businesses will save 50% on their electricity bills in May and June, thanks to a temporary rate cut from Monterey Bay Community Power.
In response to the rapidly evolving scenarios associated with the coronavirus (COVID-19) Shelter in Place protocols, the City Hall Lobby will be closed to the public until further notice, and members of the public will be restricted from entering City Hall without prior approval or a prescheduled