What’s Open and What’s Not

The following information is from https://socoemergency.org/

On July 13, 2020, the state of California issued new restrictions for Sonoma County and counties across the state in an effort to slow the recent rapid spread of COVID-19 statewide. These new restrictions require the closures of indoor gyms and fitness centers, hair salons, worship services, malls, and other operations. These are in addition to the restrictions put in place earlier on July 13 for Sonoma County and the 29 other counties on the state Monitoring List, which prohibit indoor operations at restaurants, bars, and brewpubs, movie theaters, museums and other businesses as a means of discouraging large indoor gatherings.

What businesses are not currently allowed by the state?
      •   Playgrounds and group picnic areas (individual and household use of
          picnic tables may be allowed on a facility by facility basis)
      •   Ice rinks, roller rinks, indoor playgrounds like bounce centers, laser tag, and ball pits
      •   Convention centers
      •   Live audience sports
      •   Saunas and steam rooms
      •   Indoor pools (allowed by the state, but not Sonoma County yet)
      •   Concert venues
      •   Festivals
      •   Theme parks
The state directed these industries to stop indoor services*:
      •   Bars, clubs, breweries, brewpubs, and distilleries
      •   Cardrooms
      •   Family entertainment centers (for example bowling alleys and arcades)
      •   Gyms and fitness centers (including yoga and dance studios)
      •   Hair salons and barbershops
      •   Shopping malls
      •   Movie theaters
      •   Offices for non-essential (non-critical infrastructure) sectors
      •   Protests
      •   Personal care services, (for example nail salons, body waxing and tattoo parlors)
      •   Restaurants
      •   Wineries/tasting rooms
      •   Worship services and cultural ceremonies (for example weddings and funerals)
      •   Zoos and museums

*These restrictions will remain in place in Sonoma County until the state takes further action. These businesses must stop indoor services. These businesses may operate outdoors to the extent allowed for by law.

What businesses are currently open?

      •   Agriculture
      •   Airlines
      •   Auto dealerships
      •   Bars*
      •   Bicycle shops: sales & repairs
      •   Body piercing shops*
      •   Botanical gardens
      •   Breweries and brewpubs*
      •   Campgrounds & RV parks
      •   Cardrooms*, satellite wagering facilities & racetracks
      •   Car washes
      •   Casinos
      •   Childcare
      •   Communications infrastructure
      •   Construction
      •   Craft distilleries*
      •   Delivery services
      •   Dog walkers
      •   Energy & utilities
      •   Faith-based counseling
      •   Family entertainment centers*
      •   Farm & produce stands
      •   Farmer’s markets
      •   Film, music, video production & studios
      •   Financial institutions
      •   Fitness studios*
      •   Florists
      •   Food banks
      •   Food packing
      •   Funeral service providers*
      •   Gas stations
      •   Golf courses
      •   Government agencies
      •   Grocery stores
      •   Gyms*
      •   Hair salons & barbershops*
      •   Hardware stores
      •   Healthcare operations
      •   Hotels, motels & short-term lodging facilities
      •   Galleries & arts centers*
      •   Museums*
      •   Janitorial & cleaning services
      •   Landscaping
      •   Laundromats & dry cleaners
      •   Life sciences
      •   Logistics & warehousing facilities
      •   Manufacturing
      •   Massage studios*
      •   Media services
      •   Mining & logging
      •   Mobile & fixed mechanics
      •   Movie theaters*
      •   Nail salons*
      •   Nurseries & garden supply
      •   Office workspaces (where telework is not possible)*
      •   Open-air galleries
      •   Outdoor museums
      •   Outdoor recreation & equipment rental
      •   Outdoor sport fishing business
      •   Parks
      •   Pet groomers
      •   Ports
      •   Private transportation
      •   Public transit & intercity passenger rail
      •   Pubs*
      •   Real estate
      •   Restaurants*
      •   Retail stores/shopping centers*
      •   Tasting rooms*
      •   Tattoo shops*
      •   Wineries*

*These businesses must stop indoor services and may operate outdoors to the extent allowed for by law. These restrictions will remain in place until the state takes further action.