Apple Valley Town Hall will be closed Friday, December 20 through Friday, January 3 for the holiday season. The Town will reopen on Monday, January 6. The Police Department will operate as usual. Essential services will still be performed and building inspections will be offered during the closure except on December 24, 25, 31 and January 1.
In case of emergency: For life-threatening emergencies please call 9-1-1. For emergencies concerning sewer, water, flooding, traffic signs or signals, vicious dogs, dogs with life-threatening injuries, or emergencies regarding a town facility, please call the Town after-hours dispatch number at (760) 961-6001.
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Center will be closed December 28 but will hold regular operating hours on January 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Town of Apple Valley Animal Shelter will be closed December 24 and 25, and January 1; and on its regularly closed Sundays and Mondays. For animal emergencies outside these hours call the Town dispatch number at (760) 961-6001. Calls for service will be screened to determine urgency. Special arrangements will be made for turning in strays or picking up lost pets at the shelter or in the field. If your pet gets loose, contact the shelter immediately at 240-7000 x 7555; leave a message with a complete description and contact information. If your pet has been turned in to the shelter and the shelter is contacted, but the pet cannot be returned immediately you will not be charged for boarding that day. This does not include the holidays or weekends.
The Town Council approved this holiday closure to save operating costs as well as reduce paid leave liability. For non-emergency inquiries we encourage the public to visit our homepage at www.AppleValley.org and click “Let us Know.”
- Adelanto man asleep in Del Taco drive-thru arrested on weapon and drug violations
- DMV Now Offering Commercial Driver’s License Renewals Online
- Transient arrested for arson after setting fire to bushes outside of Arby’s in Victorville
- All SB County residents urged to get tested for COVID-19 using easy-to-use nasal swabs
- Driver in high-speed pursuit cited and released due to medical condition