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Thanksgiving will certainly look a little different this year due to COVID, but that doesn't mean the holiday will be any less special .

If you gather in person, keep it safe, small, short, and stable!

OUTSIDE IS SAFER Gather outside and follow safety guidelines
The risk of COVID-19 transmission is highest in indoor spaces without enough ventilation. That’s why gathering inside is not allowed, except as permitted under the state’s health order. Outdoor spaces that are covered are okay, as long as 75%
of the space is open to the outdoors. People may go inside to use restrooms, as long as restrooms are sanitized often and attendees only go one at a time.

SMALL: Limit gatherings to no more than 3 households
When people from different households are together at the same time in the same space, the risk of spreading COVID-19 goes up. That’s why gatherings of more than 3 different households are not allowed.

SHORT: Limit gatherings to no more than 2 hours
The longer people gather together, the higher the risk of COVID-19 spreading. That’s why gathering for longer than 2 hours is not allowed, under the state’s health order.

STABLE: Do not participate in multiple gatherings with many different households.

Here are some tips provided from Contra Costa County Health Services:
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The Oakley Police Department would like to remind Oakley during this holiday season to make sure you Hide It – Lock It – Keep It.

• Hide It – Make sure you hide all valuables within your vehicles out of plain view. This includes things such as cellphones, purses, laptops, tablets, and important documents. In essence, if it is valuable to you – Hide It!
• Lock It – Make sure you lock all the doors on your vehicles to keep thieves from easily opening your doors and rummaging through your vehicles to see what they find and steal – Lock It!
• Keep It – Keep valuable items with you whenever you leave your vehicle. When possible, take your phone, purse, and or wallet with you instead of leaving it in your vehicle and hiding it – Keep It!
Thieves often target vehicles during the holidays, hoping to find someone that left their vehicle, full of gift, with their doors unlocked. Additionally, they will look into vehicles and if they see something of value, they can quickly smash your window and take your property, often within a few seconds. If you’re out shopping, make sure to place what you have bought out of view until you are able to take it into your home. Lock the items in your trunk and or hide them from plain view.
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PLEASE NOTE: The drive thru food distribution at St. Anthony Church this Saturday has changed hours. The new distribution time is 8:00-10:00 am. All other info is as noted. ... See MoreSee Less

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Free wood chips are available every Saturday in November! The wood chips are available for pick-up Saturday, November 21st and 28th from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the City Yard at the corner of Neroly Road and Main Street (entrance on Neroly).

Residents need to bring their own tools/shovels and bags/containers to load and carry the mulch, and a tarp to cover if necessary.
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