City & County
Inyo County Board of Supervisor Meetings
Meetings Move Online – Public Comments Taken via Email
To ensure social distancing guidelines are followed, and to reduce the risks associated with COVID-19, the Inyo County Board of Supervisors will be conducting its meetings exclusively online for the time being...
Inyo Superior Court Limits Operations
In furtherance of compliance with the California Department of Public Health and Center for Disease Control guidelines and recommendations, the Superior Court of California, County of Inyo, is taking precautionary measures to ensure the health and safety of the community. These guidelines suggest that people maintain a six foot separation from others when in confined spaces...
City Of Bishop Operational Changes
Starting Tuesday, March 17, many city programs and public meetings will be canceled until further notice. City Hall will be temporarily closed and the public is strongly encouraged to take care of any necessary city business by telephone, email, or through the city’s website at: www.cityofbishop.com. The city telephone number is 760-873-5863. The city email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
We need to take serious actions now to suppress any spread of COVID-19, and that is going to include limiting access to City Hall and temporarily closing public facilities. Beginning immediately, we are transitioning to online and telephone services as much as possible to ensure the safety of the public and our City employees...
Chambers of Commerce Support Local Businesses
The order by the State of California to close “non-essential businesses,” limit restaurants to take-out and delivery only and implement a “stay at home” order for state residents has had a dramatic impact on local businesses in Inyo County.
Information on which businesses are offering online shopping, restaurants and bakeries offering delivery and take-out is being compiled by the Bishop Chamber of Commerce and Visitor’s Bureau and the Lone Pine Chamber of Commerce.