Re-Opening Updates

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  • Effective September 22, Riverside County is moving into Tier 2 Red/Substantial.  The following businesses and activities may open with modifications in Temecula: 
    • Restaurants indoor dining up to 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer  
    • Retail indoor up to 50% capacity  
    • Shopping Centers up to 50% capacity and food courts up to 25% capacity; common areas remain closed  
    • Museums indoor access up to 25% capacity  
    • Places of Worship indoor services up to 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer 
    • Movie Theaters indoor services up to 25% capacity or 200 people, whichever is fewer 
    • Gyms and Fitness Centers indoor operations up to 10% capacity  
    • Hotels and Lodging Fitness Centers up to 10% capacity  
    • Personal Care Services indoor services (nail salons, esthetique services, etc.)  
    • Visit the COVID19.ca.gov/safer-economy/ website to find the status of what businesses and activities may open by county. 
  • New California Bills to Support Small Businesses (September 9) - read more
    • AB 1577 allows small businesses to exclude PPP loans from gross income for state taxes 
    • SB 1447 authorizes $100 million Main Street hiring tax credit program for small businesses
    • SB 115 accelerates $561 million in state bond funding to help jumpstart construction projects 
    • Visit the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) for helpful information for employers, employees, and all Californians as it relates to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic - read more
  • California has a new blueprint  for loosening and tightening restrictions on activities. Every county in California is assigned to one of four tiers (minimal, moderate, substantial, widespread) based on its rate of new cases and positivity.  (August 28) - read more
    • Visit the COVID19.ca.gov website to find the status of what businesses and activities can open by county on August 31st. - read more
  • Riverside County Administrative Center and other county buildings reopen for limited in-person services  (August 26) - read more

  • Riverside County schools can apply for a waiver to hold in-person classes  (August 24) - read more

  • Temecula Valley Unified School District's first day of online learning is August 17, 2020. Contact information and links for this 2020-2021 school year is available on the TVUSD website  (July 31) - read more
    • Criteria for schools reopening in California: schools located within counties on the monitoring list may not reopen for in-person instruction until their county has come off the monitoring list for 14 consecutive days. Riverside County is currently on this list  (July 17) - read more
  • Temecula’s CRC Pool is open for lap swim, masters swim, and water exercise classes only. Master swim lessons for 18/up are available though December; click here to make a reservation now. Public swim and other aquatic facilities are not being offered at this time - read more

  • State of California requires face coverings in most public spaces - read State requirements HERE; and additional guidance HERE for details and exemptions. Also, see Press Release  (June 18)

  • Shop and Dine, Outside! To support businesses impacted by COVID-19, the City of Temecula is offering temporary outdoor expansion opportunities to restaurants and establishments  (June 17) - read more

  • Pechanga Resort Casino reopens in June  (June 1) - read more
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Reopening in the City Clarification - For a clarification on re-opening businesses in the City of Temecula click here.

City Facilities and Parks Reopening - For an up-to-date list of which City facilities and parks are open and closed, click here.

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Re-Opening Guidance for Businesses

For the most up-to-date information on the reopening of businesses, as guided by the State, visit COVID19.CA.GOV.

Five Essential Actions for Individuals and Businesses  (July 8)

What to do if an employee is suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19  (July 8)

What to expect when employees are quarantined or isolated  (July 8)

Unsure about guidance on a certain activity or business reopening?

The State of California has a hotline and email for such inquiries.
State Hotline: 833-544-2374
State Email: EssentialServicesInquiries@cdph.ca.gov

Additionally, the County of Riverside’s Public Health Department can assist.
County Hotline: 951-351-6866
County Email: chaWebMaster@ruhealth.org

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