How to Keep Yourself and the West Bayfront Community Healthy and Safe

How to Keep Yourself and the West Bayfront Community Healthy and Safe

If You Need Medical Care or Help

If You Have Mild Symptoms

Stay home! Do not expose others even if your symptoms are mild or you aren’t sure you have COVID-19!

If You Have Severe Covid-19 Symptoms (A Fever Over 100˚, Shortness Of Breath, And Cough)

CALL your health care provider. If you don’t have a health care provider, CALL 1-877-PA-HEALTH. If you still need help, CALL 911.

For Other Kinds Of Help (Food, Paying Bills, Mental Health, Etc.)

CALL 211 for information on local agencies offering support.

How To Help Our Community

Limit The Spread of The Virus

Wash your hands frequently, clean surfaces, avoid touching your face, and practice social distancing. Follow the Erie County Stay At Home Order (visit for details).

Reach Out to Neighbors

Give vulnerable neighbors a phone call or send a text, email or message to check in.

Volunteers Are Needed

Visit to sign up to help where help is most needed.

Participate In The 2020 Census

Be counted! Visit

Free Internet Access

Spectrum is making free internet available wifi hotspots at the highlighted locations:
wifi locations

Mail-In Ballots for The Upcoming Election (June 2)

  • Deadline to register to vote: May 18
  • Deadline to apply for a mail-in or absentee ballot: May 26

Visit or call (814) 451-6275 for more information.

Can You File for Unemployment? You May Be Eligible If…

  • Your employer temporarily closes or goes out of business because of COVID-19
  • Your employer reduces your hours because of COVID-19
  • You have been told not to work because your employer feels you might get or spread COVID-19
  • You have been told to quarantine or self-isolate, or live/work in a county under government-recommended mitigation efforts

To learn more or apply visit or call 1-888-313-7284.

Neighborhood Watch/Associations


Please visit OurWestBayfront.Org for contact information and meeting updates.