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Updates and Information on the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

As the concern about the COVID-19 virus develops, we understand there will continue to be questions about how City services could be affected. The City's most important responsibility is to protect the public. To that end preparedness plays a key role.

The City of Ukiah has taken measures to ensure that we will continue to:

  • Provide sewer, electric, and clean, safe water to our residents
  • Ensure that public safety officers have the resources that they need to respond to emergencies
  • Maintain the functionality of our airport

City Services

Notice Regarding City of Ukiah Services (4/14/2021)

Aviso - Servicios de la Ciudad de Ukiah (4/14/2021)

Setting Up Services
Utility Shutoff Suspension

The City of Ukiah will not be performing any utility shutoffs on delinquent utility accounts during the COVID-19 City Hall closure. We are committed to working with our customers during this unprecedented time. Please contact our customer service department directly at
(707) 463-6228.


While the City of Ukiah doesn’t oversee public health, we work together with our national, state, and regional partners to protect the public when there are public health concerns in our area. Please refer to those agencies for updates not related to City services.


What you should know, situation updates, and information for communities, schools, businesses, travel, and other specific audiences.

Receive email updates about CDC’s public health work.

Information and California specific news releases.

Mendocino County situation summary and updates.

Business Resources

Vaccination Information

Mc Vaccine Info

North Coast Opportunities
Vaccination Clinic
Volunteers Needed

Questions about COVID-19?

Contact the

Mendocino County Call Center.

(707) 472-2759

The call center is open M-F from 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Se Habla Español

In case of an emergency call 911.