Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

What the City of Inglewood is doing?

As a result of the highly contagious spread of the COVID-19 Omicron Variant, City Hall is taking additional steps to keep our employees, visitors, and community members safe. Effective Wednesday, January 5, 2022, the following enhanced COVID-19 Protocols will be implemented:


All on-site payments for utilities, business taxes, parking tickets, etc., are suspended until further.  These services can be paid for by doing the following:


  1. Customers can mail all payments to City Hall.
  2. A drop box is located in front of City Hall where payments can be dropped off.
  3. Utility payments can be paid by phone at (877) 336-8402.
  4. Via the City Website: Go online to and click on “bill payments”  -  customers can pay for utilities, business license renewals, accounts receivable invoices, i.e. false alarms, housing, and other misc invoices in our system.
  • At this time, City Hall will maintain an Appointment Only business model. Those visiting City Hall for approved appointments must show proof of vaccination (card or electronically) and a picture identification for access to the building.
    1. N95, KN95, or double masking has shown to be more effective in preventing infection spread than wearing a single cloth mask or gator. If you wear a cloth mask or gator, you must wear a surgical mask, N95 or KN95 under it. 
    2. N95 masks and surgical masks are available at the request of employees and may be obtained at the Security Information Desk, Human Resources, or the Office of Emergency Services.

What can you do to stay safe?

  • Practice Social Distancing: Practice social distancing by keeping six feet between yourself and others, avoiding crowded areas, and avoiding shaking hands. If you have a chronic illness or a compromised immune system, are over the age of 60, or are pregnant, it is vital to take actions that may reduce your risk of getting sick and ensure social distancing.

  • Use Proper Hygiene PracticesIf you are sick, stay at home. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Cover your cough and sneeze. Disinfect and clean frequently touched objects and surfaces.

  • Monitor your health: If you have recently traveled in an area with coronavirus infections, OR been in contact with someone who has tested positive, OR are showing symptoms, monitor your health and, if needed, call your healthcare provider.

  • Stay informed: Stay informed by following credible sources such as @READYINGLEWOOD and LA County Public Health