Re-Opening Updates

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  • CDPH Face Mask Guidance: Masks strongly recommended in most indoor settings, and in schools and childcare facilities. Masks are still required in high transmission settings like public transit, emergency shelters, health care settings, correctional facilities, homeless shelters and long-term care facilities.   (Feb 28) - read moreread more

  • Next Phase of California’s Pandemic Response (Feb 17)read more

  • California SB 115 COVID Package Early Budget Action: $806 Million to Testing, $400 Million to Vaccinations/Boosters, $486 Million to Support Frontline Workers and Health Care Systems, $141 Million to Maintain State Response Operations, $100 Million to Procure Personal Protective Equipment  (Feb 10) read more

  • California SB 113 Expanded: $6.1 billion in tax credits, grants and other relief for small businesses, including nearly $500 million in tax cuts for restaurants and shuttered venues and $5.5 billion in restored tax deductions and tax credits to spur innovation (Feb 9) – read more

  • CDPH Guidance for the Use of Face Masks: Universal masking shall remain required in only specified settings. Only unvaccinated persons are required to mask in all Indoor Public Settings. Fully vaccinated individuals are recommended to continue indoor masking when the risk may be high.  (Feb 7)read more

  • CDPH COVID Policies - Mega Events: Crowds Greater Than 1,000 (Indoors) Attendees, Crowds Greater Than 10,000 (Outdoors) Attendees; Workplaces Continue To Follow The COVID-19 Prevention Standards Set By CalOSHA  (Feb 7) - read more 

  • Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards  (Jan 28) read more

  • California COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Extended through September 30, 2022 (Jan 25) - read more

  • California’s Office of the Small Business Advocate (CalOSBA), has a launched a website calosba.ca.gov that connects California’s small business community with resources available through state-funded small business technical assistance program and other state resources (Sept 9)read more

  • The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has a look up tool that allows renters and landlords to find information on rental assistance in their area. Rental assistance is available to prevent evictions, benefiting renters and landlords.  (July 28)

  • The California Competes Tax Credit (CCTC) is an income tax credit available to businesses that want to locate in California or stay and grow in California. Businesses of any industry, size, or location compete for over $180 million available in tax credits by applying in one of the (two remaining) application periods: January 3, 2022, through January 24, 2022 ($140 million available), March 7, 2022, through March 28, 2022 ($104.7 million plus any remaining unallocated amounts from the previous application periods). Find information on CalCompetes online  (July 16) read more read more

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Reopening in the City - For a clarification on reopening businesses in the City of Temecula click here

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

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FLYER Outdoor Event

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