To protect the health and safety of the public during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, City Hall and other facilities are closed to the public until further notice. The City continues to provide services during this time and recommends using technological alternatives where possible. For more information related to City services during this emergency, please visit the Coronavirus (COVID-19) page or call the City at (310) 802-5000.
Through "Safer at Home" efforts, we’ve collectively slowed the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Los Angeles County, allowing for a phased reopening of some businesses and public spaces. However, COVID-19 remains a serious risk. Please continue to practice social (physical) distancing and wear a face covering whenever you are around others, and to wash your hands frequently. Also, remember to stay home if you are sick or if you have been in close contact with someone who is sick.
As Los Angeles County residents do their part to follow the County’s “Safer at Home” Health Officer Order, the County has been revising the public health orders to allow recovery efforts. Los Angeles County is now taking its first steps towards reopening businesses and getting people back to work! Follow the progress on LA County's Roadmap to Recovery.
The following is a list of businesses, locations and activities that have been allowed to re-open, listed by date:
July 1, 2020
Following Governor Gavin Newsom’s announcement to shut down various industries in response to surging Coronavirus cases, the County of Los Angeles has revised their public health order requiring the closure of the following sectors for 21 days:
Indoor, in-person dining at restaurants (including at malls and shopping centers);
Indoor museums, indoor children’s museums, and indoor operations at zoos and aquariums; and
Cardrooms and satellite wagering facilities.
The Order is effective immediately and viewable on the County website.
The Order is effective immediately and viewable on the County and City's website.7.0.3
June 28, 2020
A modified Health Officer Order was issued with an effective date of June 28. The Health Officer Order orders the closure of bars, breweries, brew pubs, pubs, wineries and tasting rooms in L.A. County close unless they are offering sit-down dine-in meals. This includes closing bar areas in restaurants. The Public Health Order, as revised, can be found on the Department of Public Health’s website.
June 19, 2020
A modified Health Officer Order was issued with an effective date of June 19. The Health Officer Order allows for the following sectors to reopen once they implement the required protocols for infection control and distancing:
Cardrooms, satellite wagering facilities and racetracks with no spectators
Personal care services including: esthetician, skin care and cosmetology services; electrology; nail salons; body art professionals, tattoo parlors, microblading and permanent make-up; and piercing shops; and massage therapy
Bars, wineries, breweries and tasting rooms
June 12, 2020
A modified Health Officer Order and directives for the reopening of additional businesses was issued on June 12 allowing for the following sectors to reopen once they implement the required protocols for infection control and distancing. Businesses and activities include:
Gyms and fitness facilities
Pro-league arenas without live audiences
Museums, galleries, zoos and aquariums
Campgrounds, RV parks and outdoor recreation
Music, film and television production
Hotels for leisure travel
May 29, 2020
On May 29, 2020 A limited number of businesses will be able to open with appropriate safeguards in place.
Employees and customers will be screened for symptoms, including cough and fever. Clients feeling unwell should reschedule their appointment.
Everyone, including clients, must wear cloth face coverings while in the salon or barber shop and clients are encouraged to wear face coverings with earloops to ensure the face covering does not interfere with the hair service.
Magazines, coffee and other amenities will not be available.
Clients are encouraged to use credit cards and contactless payment systems. If electronic or card payment is not possible, customers should come with exact cash payment or check, if available.
The County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health is adopting a staged approach, supported by science and public health expertise, to allow for people to start to use public spaces again in ways that will limit the risk of exposure to COVID-19. Persons and businesses within the City of Manhattan Beach are required to follow the COVID-19 infection control protocols and guidance provided by the County. In instances where the County has not provided a specific guidance or protocol, specific guidance or protocols established by the State Public Health Officer shall be followed,