Offices of Rep. Mike Levin to Serve Constituents Remotely, Close Physical Locations Temporarily
Washington, D.C. – Following direction from the United States Office of Personnel Management that all federal employees should telecommute, U.S. Representative Mike Levin (D-CA) announced that his offices will serve constituents remotely and close physical locations temporarily in Oceanside, Dana Point, and Washington, D.C.
“My top concern is protecting the health and safety of everyone in North County San Diego and South Orange County. In order to do that most effectively, we are closing our physical locations temporarily and will begin serving constituents remotely,” said Rep. Levin. “All office functions will continue without interruption, and we will continue to support federal, state, and local efforts to respond to the coronavirus pandemic.”
Rep. Levin’s offices have instituted continuity of operations procedures to ensure that all office functions and constituent services continue unabated. Constituents should continue to contact the offices if they have any questions or concerns, or if they need help with issues involving a federal agency.
Rep. Levin will remain in direct contact with federal, state, and local officials, and will continue to share public health and safety information with his constituents on a daily basis. For the latest updates from Rep. Levin, visit MikeLevin.House.Gov, or follow him on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.