The City allows more business and social activities to resume with required safety protocols in place that are aligned with state guidance.
$1.65 million in funds will be used to purchase produce and shelf-stable foods for community groups that are distributing meals to their members.
Outdoor dining, indoor retail businesses with modifications, and additional outdoor activities can resume on June 15th.
Children eligible for free or reduced-price school meals can receive up to $365 in Pandemic EBT benefits.
The funding supports food security, housing access, workers, and small businesses.
Anyone who must work during the Stay Home Order is eligible for free testing, with or without symptoms.
The tracker will show the City's daily efforts to establish temporary emergency housing and shelter options for vulnerable populations.
The order loosens restrictions on some lower-risk activities.
The Fund has received approximately $10.5 million in contributions and pledges from foundations and individual donors, and is accepting additional donations.
The Essential Trip Card provides two to three round trips per month at 20% of the cost of a regular taxi fare.