Regional Stay at Home Order ended January 25, 2021
What does this mean for Lake County Businesses?Lake County is in the Purple/Widespread Tier, as defined by the State of California's Blueprint for a Safer Economy. All businesses must adhere to the restrictions under the Purple/Widespread Tier available on California's Industry Guidance page.
- Restaurants may be open for outdoor dining with modifications, take-out and drive-through service. Indoor dinining is still closed.
- Bars, breweries and distilleries are closed.
- Wineries and tasting rooms may be open outdoors only with modifications.
- Gyms and fitness centers may open outdoors only with modifications. Indoor pools, hot tubs, saunas & steam rooms must close.
- Hair salons and barbershops may be open with modifications.
- Personal care services may be open with modifications.
- Hotels, lodging, and short-term lodging rentals may open with modifications. Check for limitations and closures on pools, fitness centers and conference rooms.
- Movie theaters, family entertainment centers and playgrounds may open outdoors only with modifications. Check for limitations on activity types.
- Places of worship may open outdoors only with modifications.
- Retail may open with modifications. Most retailers must limit to 25% of capacity. Grocery store capacity must limit to 50% of capacity.
Business Reopening Forms
9.25.2020 CDPH COVID-19 Employer Playbook
9.18.2020 CDPH Responding to COVID-19 in the Workplace for Employers
9.10.2020 COVID Guidance for Employers
7.9.2020 Return to Work Tool for Local Businesses
6.2.2020 The County of Lake’s “Return to Work – Worksite Prevention Protocol” for County-Owned Facilities