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SOCIETY’S HIGH WIRE ACT WEEK ELEVEN

California’s Stage Two Phased Reopening Continues

While we are not yet out of the woods, state and local government continue to ease restrictions upon life as we at least used to know it.

As pandemic pressure has eased and public demands have increased, at least 35 counties have announced their ability to accelerate their transition through “Stage 2” of California’s “Pandemic Roadmap”: the reopening of lower-risk workplaces and other spaces.

We also count 17 counties which have rescinded their local orders in order to follow just the statewide guidances: • Colusa, • Calaveras, • El Dorado, • Inyo, • Kern, • Kings, • Lake, • Mono, • Nevada, • Placer, • Riverside, • San Benito, •   San Bernardino, • San Luis Obispo, • Stanislaus, • Tehama and • Yolo.

To our knowledge, and as of June 5, counties with stay at home orders in place include:

City or County  Effective Date Expiration Date  Resources
Alameda County May 18, 2020 Until further notice Alameda County’s FAQs
Berkeley May 18, 2020 Until further notice City of Berkeley’s FAQs
Contra Costa County June 3, 2020 Until further notice Contra Costa County’s press release
Culver City June 1, 2020 Until further notice Culver City’s website
Fresno City May 26, 2020  Until further notice Fresno City’s website
Fresno County May 20, 2020 Until further notice Fresno County’s website
Humboldt County May 19, 2020 Until further notice Humboldt County’s FAQs
Imperial County May 26, 2020 Until further notice Imperial County’s guidance
Long Beach May 29, 2020 Until further notice Long Beach’s website
Los Angeles City June 1, 2020 Until further notice Los Angeles City’s FAQs
Los Angeles County(All unincorporated areas and cities in LA County except for Long Beach and Pasadena)   May 29, 2020 Until further notice Los Angeles County’s FAQs
Marin County May 17, 2020 Until further notice Marin County’s FAQs
Mendocino County May 28, 2020 June 12, 2020 Mendocino County’s FAQs
Merced County May 8, 2020 Until further notice Merced County’s FAQs
Monterey County May 26, 2020 Until further notice Monterey County’s website
Napa County May 8, 2020 Until further notice Napa County’s FAQs
Palm Springs May 9, 2020 Until further notice Palm Springs’ website
Pasadena May 29, 2020 Until further notice Pasadena’s FAQs
Sacramento County May 26, 2020 Until further notice Sacramento County’s FAQs
San Diego County June 4, 2020 Until further notice San Diego County’s FAQs
San Francisco City and County June 1, 2020 Until further notice San Francisco’s website
San Joaquin County June 2, 2020 Until further notice San Joaquin County’s guidance
Santa Clara County May 18, 2020 Until further notice Santa Clara County’s FAQs
San Mateo County June 6, 2020 Until further notice San Mateo County’s FAQs
Santa Barbara County May 26, 2020 Until further notice Santa Barbara’s FAQs
Santa Clara County May 22, 2020 Until further notice Santa Clara County’s FAQs
Santa Cruz County May 26, 2020 July 1, 2020 Santa Cruz County’s website

Santa Cruz County’s Guidance
Santa Cruz County’s press release

Solano County May 7, 2020 Until further notice Solano County’s website
Sonoma County May 4, 2020 Until further notice Sonoma County’s FAQs
Sutter County May 31, 2020 Until further notice Sutter County’s website  
Tulare County May 8, 2020 Until further notice Tulare County’s website
Ventura County May 29, 2020  June 14, 2020 Ventura County ‘s website 
Yuba County May 4, 2020 Until further notice Yuba County’s website

Thanks again to Daniska Coronado for this continuing compilation.

See also:

For more information about these laws or other employment issues related to coronavirus, contact Tim BowlesCindy Bamforth or Helena Kobrin.

Tim Bowles

Daniska Coronado

June 5, 2020

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