Thanks to recent progress being made in the fight against COVID-19 in Contra Costa, indoor restaurants, gyms, movie theaters, massage businesses and places of worship may now open with restrictions in the county. This is an exciting development!
We have put together this easy list for you to determine what is currently open in our county. If there are any businesses we forgot to mention, feel free to share them in the comments below!
Athletic Fields ✓ Automobile & Bicycle Repair ✓
Campgrounds, RV Parks & Outdoor Recreation Facilities ✓ Car Washes ✓
Childcare Facilities & Activities ✓ Construction ✓ Dental Care ✓Dog Parks ✓
Drive-in Theaters ✓ Financial Institutions ✓ Funeral Homes, Mortuaries & Cemeteries ✓ Gas Stations ✓ Golf Courses ✓ Government Services ✓ Grocery & Other Food Stores ✓ Hair Salons & Barbershops ✓ Healthcare, Pharmacies & Medical Supply ✓ Hotels & Short-Term Rentals ✓ Laundromats ✓ Logging & Mining ✓ Logistics & Warehousing Facilities ✓ Manufacturing ✓ Music, Television & Film Production ✓ Nail Salons ✓ Offices for Critical Infrastructure Sectors ✓ Outdoor Businesses ✓ Outdoor Swimming Pools ✓ Parks (including picnic & BBQ areas & playgrounds) ✓ Personal Care Services (massage/facials/waxing/electrology/tattooing/permanent makeup/piercing) ✓ Outdoor Playgrounds ✓ Public & Private Transportation Services ✓ Residential & Commercial Maintenance Services✓ Real Estate ✓ Shooting & Archery Ranges ✓ Skate Parks ✓ Utilities✓ Veterinary Care & Groomers ✓
OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS:
Cardrooms & Racetracks (outdoors only) ✓ Family Entertainment Centers (outdoor only with modifications for activities like kart racing, mini golf & batting cages) ✓ Gyms & Fitness Centers (max 10% capacity indoors) ✓ Libraries (curbside pickup) ✓ Museums & Exhibit Spaces (max 25% capacity indoors) ✓ Movie Theaters (max 25% capacity indoors) ✓ Live Performances & Entertainment (only virtual or drive-in events) ✓ Higher Education (max 25% or 100 people, whichever is fewer, capacity indoors) ✓ Places of Worship & Cultural Ceremonies (max 25% or 100 people, capacity indoors) ✓ Restaurants (max 25% or 100 people, whichever is fewer, capacity indoors) ✓ Retailers & Shopping Malls (max 50% capacity indoors)✓ K-12 Schools (distance learning only) ✓ Wineries & Tasting Rooms (outdoors only) ✓ Small Group Gatherings (outdoors) ✓ Tennis & Pickleball Courts (singles only) ✓ Professional sports without live audiences✓
Bars, Brewpubs, Breweries, Pubs & Craft Distilleries
Offices for Non-Critical Infrastructure Sectors
Indoor Playgrounds (including bounce centers, ball pits & laser tag)
Public Events & Gatherings (nightclubs, convention centers, concerts & live audience sports, etc.) Recreational Team Sports
Saunas & Steam Rooms
Theme Parks & Festivals
The county has also announced that elementary and secondary schools can reopen for in-person instruction on Oct. 13 if the county remains in the red tier for two more weeks. Currently, elementary schools can apply for a waiver from the health officer to reopen.
For comments or inquires contact:
Alex Khodadad, Broker, CPA
1930 Contra Costa Blvd.
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
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