“The City of Oceanside understands this is a stressful time for our community and businesses,” said Cari Dale, Water Utilities Director for the City of Oceanside, “and we are committed to providing necessary support to our community. Our goal is that the COVID Utility Service Relief Program will offer businesses assistance during this pandemic.”
This program is meant to be temporary and upon rescission of the Health Officer of Emergency Regulation of the County of San Diego’s Order, a customer is eligible to reinstate all utility services. Customers may initiate reinstatement of services by contacting the City’s Utility Billing Division. The City has waived all reinstatement and set-up fees associated with starting or stopping utility services under the COVID Utility Service Relief program. Secure solid waste and recycling containers will remain on-site during the temporary closure. For
more information regarding the Program please visit our webpage.
About the City of Oceanside:
The City of Oceanside is located in northern San Diego County with a population of approximately 178,000. Oceanside’s vibrant coastal community includes MiraCosta Community College, and the world-renowned 1,954-foot fishing pier and 1,000-slip public marina. Oceanside is located 83 miles south of the city of Los Angeles and just 35 miles north of the City of San Diego. The City of Oceanside offers outstanding public amenities such as a municipal airport, 30 city parks, four community recreation centers, two municipal swim centers, two senior centers, two city-owned golf courses and 3.5 miles of public beaches. More than 6,000 businesses operate within the City of Oceanside, including Genentech Pharmaceuticals, TE Connectivity, Hydranautics, Nitto Denko, Gilead Sciences, Hobie Cat and Tri-City Medical Center, as well as emerging craft and entrepreneurial ventures. For more information, visit the City's website.