Alert Center

Alert Center allows you to view all alerts and emergencies in your area. If there are alerts or emergencies, they will be listed below by category. To be instantly notified of alerts and emergencies subscribe to Notify Me or RSS.

Emergency Alerts

1 Alert
March 19, 2020 4:53 p.m.

COVID-19 Community Information and Resources

Brea values the safety and wellness of the community and is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic. Please stay informed and follow the ever-changing developments by visiting cityofbrea.net/covid19 and following the City's social media accounts.

Latest Update:

January 25, 2021 5:25 p.m.

Updated: January 25, 2021
Orange County Moves into Purple Tier: Effective immediately, California’s Regional Stay-at-Home Order has been lifted for all regions statewide. Intensive Care Unit (ICU) projections in the next four weeks exceed the required 15% threshold, allowing Southern California to exit the Order. The State’s press release regarding this announcement may be found here. The Limited Stay-at-Home Order, which limits non-essential activities between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m., expires with the Regional Stay-at-Home Order ending. Because case rates remain high across most of California, the State's Hospital Surge Order remains in place to prevent hospitals from becoming overwhelmed.
As a result, Orange County has moved back to the Purple Widespread Tier 1 of the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. To learn how a sector is able to operate in the Purple Tier in Orange County, visit the State’s website. To view a list of how sectors may operate in all tiers, including the Purple Widespread Tier 1, visit the Blueprint for a Safer Economy matrix on the State’s website. Please note, business sectors must follow all industry guidance available here. The Orange County Health Care Agency has also updated its Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on the Orange County's Health Officer’s Revised Orders and Strong Recommendations section of its website to reflect the new tier status.
Residents are encouraged to continue to stay home as much as possible, wear a face covering when outside the home, and wash hands often.