COVID-19 Information: Get the latest, reliable information on City of Lompoc services and resources during this time at COVID-19 Local Information And Resources, or by calling the city's COVID-19 information line at: (805) 875-8071. In addition, the Santa Barbara County Health Department can be reached HERE. A county phone hotline for information related to COVID-19 is available at: 833-688-5551 . Lompoc Valley Medical Center has a webpage HERE, and the Lompoc Unified School District can be reached HERE.

COVID-19 Local Information And Resources

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The City of Lompoc wants to ensure our community has the latest information and most useful resources regarding the COVID-19 outbreak.

March 17, 2020 Lompoc City Council COVID-19 Community Presentation 

Individual Presentations from March 17 meeting

City of Lompoc COVID-19 Presentation March 17, 2020

COVID-19 Lompoc Valley Medical Center Presentation

County Board of Supervisors COVID-19 Update

Where to Get Information

The city has established a City of Lompoc COVID-19 Information Line, which can be reached by phone Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at: (805) 875-8071.

Other resources include:

Santa Barbara County Public Health Department

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

City of Lompoc

Lompoc Valley Medical Center

Santa Barbara County Food Bank

Lompoc Valley Unified School District (LUSD)

Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB)

Lompoc Valley Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau

Foodbank of Santa Barbara County

Santa Barbara County District Attorney's Office (including price-gouging complaints)

Home For Good Santa Barbara County (resources for homelessness)

Santa Barbara Foundation COVID-19 Nonprofit Resources

Senate Small Business Resources

World Health Organization (WHO)

City of Lompoc Service Changes

Lompoc City Hall and other city facilities have been closed to the public to help keep our community safe during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Beginning Wednesday, March 18, Lompoc City Hall and the Anderson Recreation Center were added to the closures already in place at city facilities, including the Lompoc libraries, police station lobby, DeWees center and aquatic center.

Lompoc police and fire stations are not currently allowing ride-alongs or station tours, and jail visits are limited to attorneys.

The closures will be remain in effect for the duration of the governor's order for residents to stay home except for essential needs.

The Lompoc Public Airport remains open, along with other city transit services. However, City of Lompoc Transit (COLT) has been limited as of April 13 to Dial-A-Ride services on demand. To arrange for a COLT bus ride, please call: (805) 736-7666.

Lompoc Residents Asked to Stay Home

The City of Lompoc is asking residents to stay home except for essential needs following Governor Gavin Newsom’s executive order to stay at home effective Thursday, March 19. The order will stay in place until further notice.

“The California State Public Health Officer and Director of the California Department of Public Health is ordering all individuals living in the State of California to stay home or at their place of residence, except as needed to maintain continuity of operation of the federal critical infrastructure sectors, critical government services, schools, childcare, and construction, including housing construction.”

Essential services will remain open, including gas stations, pharmacies, grocery stores, farmers’ markets, food banks, convenience stores, takeout and delivery from restaurants, banks and laundry services.

More information on the governor’s order is available at:

Non-compliance with the order could result in a misdemeanor violation. However, the Lompoc Police Department expects our community will willingly comply with the order. There is no community curfew in effect. Rather the stay-at-home order is in effect around the clock for all California residents.

In addition, state and county officials recommend covering your nose and mouth with a mask while out in public conducting essential business.

Recreation and Library Services and Programs

The City of Lompoc Recreation Division has cancelled the 2020 Kiwanis Easter Egg Hunt along with other recreation programming, as a precautionary measure due to the worldwide COVID-19 outbreak. 

The Easter Egg Hunt was scheduled for Saturday, April 11 at River Park. The Kiwanis Track and Field Meet scheduled for Sunday, April 26 has also been cancelled.

In addition, the Lompoc Recreation Division has cancelled all programs with the exception of the Senior Nutrition Program and the Brown Bag Program. Other programming will remain cancelled until further notice.

The Lompoc Aquatic Center and Dick DeWees Community & Senior Center are closed to the public until further notice.

In addition, River Park RV campgrounds have been closed to all new, incoming campers, and basketball courts at city parks are closed.

The Lompoc Recreation Division is available by phone at (805) 875-8100.

Questions from the public regarding the program cancellations and closures may also be directed to the Lompoc Recreation Division at: (805) 875-8100. 

The Lompoc Library and Village Library remain closed to the public until further notice.

The Lompoc Library is continuing to answer reference and information questions from the public at (805) 875-8775. The phone number also has an active voicemail, should we miss your call. Book drops have been closed. Please hang on to your books until the libraries reopen. Overdue fees will not be issued at this time.

The library reminds the community that library patrons can always access books, movies, and music from home through Overdrive and Hoopla with the use of a library card.

Utility Bill Payments

Utility bill payments are being accepted via drop box in the parking lot median at Civic Center Plaza, online with a fee, or over the phone by calling 875-8286 or 875-8255. Envelopes for utility payments, new utility service applications, service disconnect forms, payment assistance information and more are available in a stand at the front doors of Lompoc City Hall, 100 Civic Center Plaza, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Treasury and utility billing staff can also be reached via email at

Utility billing delinquent fees will be waived during the months of March and April, and utilities will not be shut off through May. For billing questions, customers may call 875-8250 or 875-8253. Information on utility payment assistance and rebate programs is available at: Conservation.

For questions about new utility connections or cancelling existing service call, customers may call 875-8258 or 875-8247.  Utility service forms are also available online at:


Water: Our City of Lompoc water system will continue to provide you with safe water.  City employees will continue to operate the water plant 24 hours a day.  The city will serve water to its customer without shutoffs through May 2020. Any payment issues resulting from the economic impact of COVID-19 will be addressed at a later time.  Washing your hands regularly with soap and water for 20 seconds contributes greatly to reducing the spread of the virus.  Additionally, if you think you have a water leak, call: 805-875-8252.

Electricity: Our electrical system will continue to provide you reliable power with its highly trained staff. Like the water, the City of Lompoc will not shut off electricity through May.

Sewer and wastewater services: The city's sewer system will continue to provide waste water treatment.  Please be aware that paper towels and flushable wipes are not to be put into the system because they clog the sewer pipes.

Natural gas: Here is information from SoCalGas regarding natual gas utility services during the COVID-19 outbreak: Natual Gas Service Information.

Trash removal and solid waste services: Trash removal services will continue to be picked up, and the Lompoc Landfill will continue to be open and staffed during regular hours. Here is important information on how to help protect sanitation workers: Help Protect Sanitation Workers.

Broadband-internet services: Our broadband service will continue to provide Internet access.

Rebates for water and electricity conservation: Conservation rebates for water and electricity are still being processed.  Please call 805-875-8252 if you think you may qualify for a rebate or rate assistance.

TV and radio:  KPEG 100.9 FM radio and TAP TV continue to operate.  To reach these local public access stations, call: 805-875-2750.

Community Development Department

The city’s community development department, including planning and building, can be reached by phone and email, and appointments are available as needed.

The planning division can be reached at 875-8213 or

The building division can be reached at 875-8220 or

The City of Lompoc Community Development Department wants to assure the community that the health and safety of our customers is a priority.

If you experience difficulty making payments or require loan/program information, please contact by email or phone:

Chanel Ovalle, Community Development Program Manager City of Lompoc Community Development Department

100 Civic Center Plaza, Lompoc, CA 93436

Phone: 805-875-8245


Committee, Commission and Board Meetings

In addition, City of Lompoc committee, commission and board meetings have been cancelled for the month of April, with the exception of the planning commission meeting on April 8.