COVID-19: California County Directives and Mandates

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Most of California’s 58 counties are permitting retail and religious institutions to reopen consistent with Phase 2 of Governor Newsom’s COVID-19 Resilience Roadmap. Newsom announced the state’s move to an “Expanded Phase 2” on May 25, allowing in-store retail and religious institutions to reopen with county permission. As CDPH’s announcement notes, reopening in-store retail is “subject to approval by county public health departments.” While many counties moved to reopen under the state’s direction, others have chosen to partially reopen subject to county-imposed restrictions. The chart below provides county-by-county information on initial health orders, reopening plans and each county’s status—including any applicable restrictions. As counties move through Phase 2 and apply for variances to move to Phase 3 (which will include the reopening of personal services, broader in-restaurant dining and higher-risk businesses), the chart will reflect those changes.

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California County Stay-At-Home Orders and Reopening Plans

County COVID-19 Landing Page Stay-at-Home Orders County Reopening Plans Reopening Status Retail Restrictions Restaurant Restrictions
Alameda County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Recovery Resources Bookstores, music stores, toy stores, florists, sporting goods, home furnishing stores and clothing stores reopen for curbside pickup Delivery/takeout only
Alpine County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Amador County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Guidance Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Butte County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Calaveras County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: County Order Rescinded Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Colusa County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Contra Costa County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Plan Bookstores, music stores, toy stores, florists, sporting goods, home furnishing stores and clothing stores reopen for curbside pickup Delivery/takeout only
Del Norte County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
El Dorado County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Guidance Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Fresno County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Guidance Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Bookstores, music stores, toy stores, florists, sporting goods, home furnishing stores and clothing stores reopen for curbside pickup Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Glenn County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Humboldt County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Tool Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Imperial County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Guidance Bookstores, music stores, toy stores, florists, sporting goods, home furnishing stores and clothing stores reopen for curbside pickup Delivery/takeout only
Inyo County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Guidance Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Kern County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Guidance Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Kings County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Lake County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers reopened Restaurants open outside and delivery/takeout only.
Lassen County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Plan Lassen County Health Officer Retracts Attestation-May 26 No retail instore services, curbside pickup only Delivery/takeout only
Los Angeles County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Indoor and outdoor retail shopping can reopen at 50% capacity Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Madera County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Marin County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Plan Bookstores, music stores, toy stores, florists, sporting goods, home furnishing stores and clothing stores reopen for curbside pickup Delivery/takeout only
Mariposa County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Mendocino County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Merced County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Resources Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Modoc County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Mono County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Monterey County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Bookstores, music stores, toy stores, florists, sporting goods, home furnishing stores and clothing stores reopen for curbside pickup Delivery/takeout only
Napa County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Nevada County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Orange County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Resources Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Placer County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Plumas County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Riverside County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Sacramento County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
San Benito County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Guidance Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
San Bernardino County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
San Diego County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
San Francisco City and County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Plan Bookstores, music stores, toy stores, florists, sporting goods, home furnishing stores and clothing stores reopen for curbside pickup Delivery/takeout only
San Joaquin County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
San Luis Obispo County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
San Mateo County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Plan Bookstores, music stores, toy stores, florists, sporting goods, home furnishing stores and clothing stores reopen for curbside pickup Delivery/takeout only
Santa Barbara County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Santa Clara County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Bookstores, music stores, toy stores, florists, sporting goods, home furnishing stores and clothing stores reopen for curbside pickup Delivery/takeout only
Santa Cruz County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Guidance Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers reopened Delivery/takeout only
Shasta County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Sierra County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Resources Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Siskiyou County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Solano County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Sonoma County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Bookstores, music stores, toy stores, florists, sporting goods, home furnishing stores and clothing stores reopen for curbside pickup Restaurants open for outdoor service, but only household members per table.
Stanislaus County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Sutter County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Tehama County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Trinity County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Tulare County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Tuolumne County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Ventura County Landing Page Stay-at-Home Order Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Yolo County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: County Order Rescinded Reopening Plan Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
Yuba County Landing Page Following Governor Newsom: Stay-at-Home Executive Order Approved Variance Application (Phase 2) Retailers and shopping malls reopened Dine-in restaurants reopened, but only household members per table.
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