Beaches are open, bars and wineries are not. See the latest Q&A for more.
All City services will continue through phone, email and drop-off/pickup.
City officials are commending the actions of a Newport Beach lifeguard who performed two extremely difficult, back-to-back rescues in high surf conditions on Friday, July 3.
City crews are rebuilding a massive sand berm on the Balboa Peninsula after an unexpectedly strong swell overtopped and eroded the previous sand berm Friday night, flooding streets and parking lots on the Peninsula.
Local small businesses will receive grants ranging from $5,000 to $10,000 through the City of Newport Beach Small Business Relief Grant program to help them reopen and recover from the impacts of the COVID-19 public health emergency
Online circulation services will not be available July 6-8 during data transfer for new Integrated Library System
Nail salons, tattoo and piercing shops, massage, body waxing, skin care and cosmetology services are among the additional businesses authorized to reopen on June 19, Orange County health officials announced Thursday, June 18.
The City Council on Tuesday, June 9 approved a balanced, $339 million budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year that maintains service levels despite a projected drop in revenue due to ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 shutdowns.
A wide range of additional industries have been cleared to reopen Friday, June 12, with modifications, as Orange County moves into early Stage 3 of the Governor’s COVID-19 reopening plan.
Street sweeping with parking enforcement will resume June 15 after a temporary suspension that began in March as part of the COVID-19 response.
The Newport Ready Emergency Preparedness Guide is now available on the City of Newport Beach website for anyone to download and print.
The City Council on Tuesday, May 26 approved an emergency ordinance that will allow commercial businesses and religious institutions to expand into parking lots, sidewalks, or other private and public property to meet State of California physical distancing requirements.
Orange County’s plan to accelerate Phase 2 business reopening was approved today, clearing a path for Newport Beach’s restaurants to offer modified dine-in service and destination retail to allow customers in stores, if the appropriate health and safety measures are in place.
Newport Beach City Hall will begin reopening to the public on Monday, May 18, with strict practices in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Please read these FAQs for important information on "active recreational use" now in effect for city beaches.
Short-term rentals will resume in Newport Beach beginning May 20, provided that renters stay for at least 3 nights.
Library staff talks about their favorite books in video book reviews as part of Library's virtual programming.
The number of COVID-19 cases in Newport Beach is temporarily spiking due to, in large part, outbreaks inside a small number of local care facilities where patients and staff have tested positive.
The City will partially reopen its beaches beginning Wednesday, May 6, under an “active recreational use” plan approved by State officials.
The City is now accepting applications from qualified event organizers seeking financial support for Newport Beach-based events occurring between July 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021. The application deadline is Wednesday, May 27, at 5 p.m.