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January 25, 2021
Shelter in Place Order Lifted for Bay Area Region

The California Department of Public Health announced that the Bay Region meets the criteria to exit the Regional Stay-at-Home Order. Counties will revert to the State's Blueprint for a Safer Economy color-coded 4-tier framework.

Alameda County is in the restrictive Purple Tier, which allows for the following to re-open, with modifications, following the State's Industry Guidelines.

OUTDOORS ONLY, with modifications:

  • Campgrounds
  • Cardrooms and Racetracks
  • Family Entertainment Centers and Movie Theaters
  • Gyms
  • Museums
  • Places of Worship and Cultural Ceremonies
  • Restaurants, Wineries, and Tasting Rooms
  • Zoos and Aquariums
INDOORS, with modifications:
  • Hair Salons and Barbershops
  • Hotels and Lodging (indoor gyms and fitness studios remain closed)
  • Personal Care Services, including Massage, Nail Salons, and Skin Care Services
  • Grocery Stores may increase capacity to 50%
  • Other Retail may increase capacity to 25%
Private gatherings that are small, time-limited, and with no more than three households are permitted outdoors. Masks and physical distancing are still required. The County strongly encourages all to continue to stay home as much as possible and limit gatherings to ensure that Alameda County can move forward through the State's color-tiered framework and allow more activities and businesses to reopen. 
City of Pleasanton COVID-19 Business Support


Stay informed! Bookmark the City's
COVID-19 Business Support page to obtain useful information at www.cityofpleasantonca.gov/eddcovid. We are monitoring information related to COVID-19 and will update this page with relevant changes. 

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This newsletter is brought to you by the City of Pleasanton to keep our business community informed during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

To adhere to the Alameda County Public Health Department’s order to shelter in place, City of Pleasanton offices are temporarily closed and City government meetings are limited. The Permit Center located at 200 Old Bernal Avenue is open for limited in-person appointments. Visit the Permit Center webpage for more information. You may contact our staff at econdev@cityofpleasantonca.gov.

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Catch up on past newsletters:
COVID-19 Business Resources Newsflash January 15, 2021
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