As our city rises to the challenge of coronavirus, the men and women of the Anaheim Police Department are out there serving our community, but we need you to do your part. Staying home will help prevent the spread of coronavirus in our community.
We will always uphold our commitment to keeping Anaheim safe, but enforcement will not solve the coronavirus outbreak. We need our community to come together, share a common purpose and take responsibility for one another. The Anaheim Police Department is here to inform and educate our community on what California’s ’Stay at Home’ order means. Below you will find common questions and concerns we receive, as well as resources and numbers you can use to address the issues.
The city of Anaheim is responding to the coronavirus outbreak. We have declared a local emergency to gain access to resources and every department is taking part in our response to the outbreak.
The Orange County District Attorney’s Office has established a hotline to report individuals or businesses they suspect of engaging in price gouging or any other COVID-19-related scam.
The Orange County District Attorney Coronavirus Scam Hotline is (714) 834-3482 or reports can also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please visit www.orangecountyda.org for more information.
We know more people will be at home during the next two weeks, and this is designed to help our residents and our city get through this unique time together. We will continue to enforce violations that pose a risk to public safety and health. Those include parking in front of fire hydrants, along red curbs, in disabled/handicap stalls without a placard, parking in alleys and in areas with road maintenance.
We ask you to do your part and park responsibly, be courteous to others and be mindful of public safety.