Anyone 16 and older can now get the COVID vaccine at the four county-run clinics.

For more information and to make an appointment:

Press release:

Riverside County designated COVID-19 testing site in Wildomar!

Starting Monday, February 1, 2021, and only held on Mondays: The Wildomar Little League Field parking lot will be a Riverside County designated COVID-19 testing site open to the public and testing is FREE.

However, testing must be scheduled through the Curative site at

The Wildomar Little League Field is located at 21400 Palomar Street Wildomar, CA 92595, directly behind the Wildomar Cemetery.

Testing services are available EVERY MONDAY ONLY at this location from 8:00 am - 3:00 pm. **But you must be registered to receive a test**

Riverside University Health System (RUHS), in agreement with Curative Bio Inc., have been providing COVID-19 testing services throughout Riverside County.

For questions, please contact Daniel Torres, Cemetery District Manager for the City of Wildomar at (951) 678-2451 or

or Les Chapman, Emergency Manager for the City of Wildomar at (951) 677-7751 ext. 205 or



Currently there are limited supplies of vaccine. Please go to the Riverside County Health Department for the most current information:

Coronavirus (COVID-19) 


One-Stop Website


The “coronavirus” or “COVID-19” continues to generate concern globally, domestically and locally. The City of Wildomar is integrated into the emergency management functions and oversight of the County of Riverside Emergency Management Department. The City of Wildomar as a local government agency remains closely engaged with our County Health and emergency management partners. The City encourages residents to monitor Riverside County Public Health for the latest updates in our region, which also includes informational videos and links to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for national and international updates.

Cover your face

The City recommends following protective measures against the coronavirus published by WHO and the CDC: and

All residents are encouraged to call 2-1-1 for Coronavirus assistance, and information. 

Below are links to the organizations with the most current and accurate information related to COVID-19

World: World Health Organization
Nation: The Center For Disease Control
State: California Department of Public Health
County: Riverside County Public Health

City Facilities

City hall is closed to in-person visits until further notice. Staff is still working and accepting calls, email and appointments during regular business hours Monday-Thursday 8am.-5pm. Visit City department websites for contact information.

Marna O'Brien Park, Regency Heritage Park & Windsong Park: Tot lots (playground equipment) and basketball courts are closed until further notice.

City Public Meetings

The City Council and Planning Commission Meetings will be conducted electronically pursuant to the provisions of the Governor’s Executive Order N-25-20 and N-29-20. Please click on the following link to view Agendas with instructions on how to participate (Click Here

Business Resources 

In an effort to provide ongoing help for both our residents and our businesses during this stressful time, we have compiled a list of eateries in Wildomar (click here to download the list of Wildomar eateries).

Most are open, please refer to the “Notes” column for updated information regarding their operating protocols.
Click here for a map of all open Wildomar eateries!

Press Releases and Other Information

COVID-19 vaccine eligibility expanded to those 50 and older
Questions about Distance Learning at LEUSD
Temporary Outdoor Dining Application
Riverside County Health Department's Open & Closed List for July 1, 2020
California State Guidance for the Use of Face Coverings
Press Release Riverside County Expanded Personal Services 6-17-2020
Guidelines Expanded Personal Services
County Stages of Reopening 2.9
Wildomar Library Reopening Plan
Riverside County BUSINESS GRANTS opens Wednesday, June 2020
Riverside County Hair Salon and Barbershop Guide
Riverside County Dine-in Restaurant Guide
Riverside County Shopping Center Guide
Riverside County Stage 2.5 
City of Wildomar Press Release 5/22/2020 - Accelerated Stage 2.5:
City of Wildomar Press Release 5/14/2020 - Resolutions Issued for
Resolution No. 2020-34 Declaring all actions possible to support timely and safe re-opening - AMENDED
Resolution No. 2020-33 Confirming Director of Emergency Services Order No. 2 - REPEALED
City of Wildomar Press Release 5/8/2020 - Wildomar Issues Order of Funding Priorities

City of Wildomar Emergency Order No. 2 5/8/2020 -  Prioritization of City Resources

“Senior Meal Program” with the County of Riverside
City of Wildomar Press Release 4/27/2020 -  Wildomar Moves Business Registrations Online

Resolution No. 2020-25, Temporarily Suspending Certain City Enforcement Activities
Resolution No. 2020-19, Proclaiming a Local Emergency 
City of Wildomar Emergency Services Order 3/27/2020 -  Temporary Enforcement Suspension and Increase Housing Opportunities

City of Wildomar Press Release 3/20/2020 -  City Hall Closed to In-Person Visits

City of Wildomar Press Release 3/17/2020 -  Resolution to Expedite Actions Regarding Virus Situation

City of Wildomar Press Release 3/13/2020 -  City Implements Coronavirus Pandemic Temporary Public Service Changes

FAQ's State and Local Orders
State of California Executive Order N-33-20
President's Coronavirus Guidelines 

City of Wildomar to Permit Some Activities at Parks

Pursuant to Riverside County’s orders on 4/20/2020 to cautiously reopen golf courses, parks, hiking trails and related parking lots, the City of Wildomar has reopened our city parks to limited recreational use as defined in the County’s orders. Social distancing, face covering and no-congregating guidelines must be followed in order for these venues to remain open. Playgrounds, playground equipment and public restrooms will remain closed until further direction is given by the State and/or County.

Activities that create contact with individuals, fixed objects or shared items (such as picnic tables and playgrounds), activities involving groups of children, adult or children team sports, spectator sports, or other similar public or private events and gatherings are prohibited.

Southwest Healthcare Systems 

SWHS Community Presentation COVID 19

Video Addresses by Mayor Dustin Nigg