COVID-19 Community Resources

Below you will find information regarding community response efforts to COVID-19


Californians can safely help older adults and those with chronic health issues who are at higher risk from COVID-19. Learn how with neighbor check-ins.

  • You can also learn more about how you can help, here.
  • California Department of Aging website and the Friendship Line California 1-888-670-1360, here.

Glenn County reduces in-person services, increases online access 

Glenn County has implemented business continuity practices to ensure we continue to operate and are here to serve you and the community. Our departments remain open to provide services to the public.  We request that you limit your in person visits, unless necessary.  If an in person visit is required please observe recommended social distancing practices.

Food Resources

Glenn County is working to provide our community with adequate food resources. We look forward to providing and connecting as many people with these much needed resources. Please understand there may be    delays and/or changes with our local food banks and other services as things are changing and evolving during this time. Check out the resources: Englsih Fyer | Volante en Español


Employment Development Department (EDD) has made benefits available to help California workers who are losing wages due to the impacts of the Coronavirus

Workers who have lost their jobs or have had their hours reduced due to the impacts of COVID-19 may be eligible for the financial support provided by the benefit programs of the California Employment Development Department (EDD).  These programs are designed to replace a portion of the wages workers are losing through no fault of their own, and are available to those affected for medical reasons or for economic impact reasons.

Glenn Ride Schedule has been modified:

Trips have been reduced to: #2, #4, #5 and #7. Saturday trips remain the same for the time being. (all subject to change)

Church Services

In support of the Governor's statewide stay-at-home order, this morning the Glenn County Office of Emergency Services has requested all churches in Glenn County to close worship, ministries, and gatherings for the foreseeable future. The length of this request is uncertain, and more information will be forthcoming as the situation becomes clearer. But in the meantime they ask a postponement of all gatherings until future notice to assist the prevention of communicable disease. In meantime, we encourage congregations to stay connected online and by phone, utilizing digital worship and meetings to stay informed. Please call 934-6588, for further information. The County does urge everyone's cooperation at this time.