SFVS Staff

City of San Fernando Valley has set up 4 Federal Emergency Management Agency - FEMA trailers

The City of San Fernando has set up four Federal Emergency Management Agency trailers in public parking lot #6, next to the police department. While they are currently empty as protocol is still being set up for their use during the COVID-19 emergency, they are expected to be used by San Fernando public safety employees to isolate or self quarantine. Currently, San Fernando City employees are working from home with the exception of the police department, public works and code enforcement. Two city hall workers were reported to have tested positive for COVID-19, and those who previously came in contact with them at city hall have been informed and have been tested according to city officials. The City of San Fernando currently has 12 reported cases of Coronavirus. The surrounding communities (as of Wednesday, April 8) have the following numbers of  reported COVID-19 cases; Granada Hills – 40, Pacoima – 39, Sylmar – 81, Panorama City — 49, Northridge – 25, Mission Hills – 12,  Lakeview Terrace — 14 . The County of Los Angeles has reported 7,530 cases and 198 deaths.