UCCE Tehama County
COVID-19 Office Update
Our Tehama Cooperative Extension office and programs are currently in a “Soft-Opening” stage …..which means our doors are "closed", with reduced office staffing. UC staff have been and will continue to access the office and research sites …. and are available by phone, email or voice messaging. We will continue with the "soft opening" phase until further notice from the county, UC and/or state.
Clients and visitors are welcome to make an appointment to talk to staff, which we can arrange, by calling the office or staff directly. All staff, clients, visitors and vendors are being asked to successfully complete a five question survey and temperature check. It is recommended that face masks be worn. We will be social distancing by keeping a 6ft spacing.
This may be the “new normal” for a while as we navigate through this pandemic and these unusual circumstances. Our concerns are protecting the health of our staff and clients, as we plan to re-open through the phases, following state, UC and county guidelines.
Access the Tehama Cooperative Extension COVID 19 re-opening plan below:
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