|Arizona, Pima County||
County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry established a reopening Steering Committee called Pima County Back-to-Business (PCB2B) involving all sectors who have been affected by the various shelter-in-place Executive Orders and directives.
|Arizona, Tempe (Maricopa County)|
|California, Alameda County||
Plan Paused June 28th.
|California, Contra Costa County||
Last updated 10/13/2020
|California, El Segundo|
|California, Fresno County|
|California, Los Angeles City|
|California, Los Angeles County|
|California, Morgan Hills|
|California, Orange County|
|California, Palo Alto|
|California, Riverside County|
|California, Sacramento County|
|California, San Bernardino County|
|California, San Diego||
Safe Reopening Guidance
|California, San Diego County||
New restrictions go into effect Nov. 14. What's open and closed in San Diego County.
|California, San Francisco (City and County)||
Reopening San Francisco Guidance
|California, San Joaquin County||
Guidance for Approved Sectors
|California, San Mateo County||
San Mateo County Reopening
|California, Santa Clara County||
Businesses and Workplaces Reopening
CLARIFICATION on Re-opening Businesses in the City of Temecula
|California, Ventura County||
Safely Reopening Ventura County Business Registration
Guidance For Businesses
The City has put together a comprehensive reopening guidelines for industries scheduled to reopen.
|District of Columbia, Washington||
ReOpen DC is about working together as a community to reopen Washington, DC in a way that is safe and sustainable. Together, we will create a plan that is based in science and tailored to the needs of our community.
|Florida, Broward County|
Stand Up, Miami is the City of Miami’s phased reactivation plan to reopen our community in a measured and responsible way. The plan allows residents to safely get back to work, shopping and play, but requires all Miamians to continue doing our part to slow the spread of COVID-19.
|Florida, Miami-Dade County||
Initial Reopening Plan
|Florida, Palm Beach County||
FAQ on Phased Reopening Plan
Guidelines for reopening in Atlanta. As of 12/15, Atlanta is in Phase 1 of Reopening
|Georgia, Fulton County||
|Georgia, Savannah (Chatham County)||
Guidelines for reopening in Savannah
Honolulu Reopening Strategy
Phases of reopening for Chicago
|Illinois, Cook County|
Step-by-step of the reopening process set in place by the state of Illinois
|Indiana, Indianapolis (Marion County)||
Basic guidance for reopening
|Kentucky, Louisville-Jefferson County||
Guidelines for reopening in Louisville
|Louisiana, New Orleans||
Reopening guidelines for New Orleans
|Maryland, Montgomery County (Rockville)||
Montgomery County Reopening Homepage
City of Boston COVID-19 Reopening Home Page
City of Cambridge, MA Reopening Home Page
|Missouri, Jackson County||
Jackson County Recovery Plan with Reopening Information for Industries
|Missouri, Kansas City||
Guidelines for reopening for organizations while keeping safe.
|Missouri, St. Louis||
Homepage for industry guidances and health commissioner orders
|Missouri, St. Louis County||
Homepage for industries and reopening guidelines
|New Jersey, Hunterdon County||
Governor Murphy Signs Executive Orders Lifting Limits on Indoor and Outdoor Gatherings, Opening Pools Effective June 22, and Opening Additional Outdoor Recreational Businesses
|New York, New York City||
NYC will fully reopen on July 1st, 2021.
|Ohio, Hamilton County|
|Oregon, Multnomah County|
|Pennsylvania, Montgomery County|
|Pennsylvania, Philadelphia County|
|South Carolina, Charleston|
|Texas, Dallas (Dallas County)||
Pursuant to GA-32, the Dallas-Ft. Worth region will be subject immediately to a decrease in all non essential business occupancy limits from 75% to 50%. This applies to all restaurants, retail stores, office buildings, manufacturing facilities, gyms and exercise facilities and classes, museums and libraries. The region will remain under the restrictions until there are seven consecutive days where the percentage of COVID-19 hospitalizations is under 15%.
|Texas, Fort Worth||
These are guidelines based on state info for the public to take and for businesses to consider. On April 27th, Governor Abbott issued an order that now supersedes local orders and restrictions, thereby beginning a phased-in re-opening of businesses. The City of Fort Worth will continue to work with the Governor’s office to ensure that his phased approach is executed thoughtfully in Fort Worth.
|Texas, Harris County||
In alignment with federal and state guidance for reopening, we recommend a phased process for relaxing social distancing. included are considerations and indicators that help determine the current level of risk of COVID-19 transmission. The system includes four levels of risk: 1: RED, 2: ORANGE, 3: YELLOW, and 4: GREEN. Local infectious disease specialists and public health experts will use the latest information on local disease activity and these indicators to advise county officials on the risk level that applies. The current level of risk and corresponding recommendations will be communicated clearly to the public on www.readyharris.org
Guidance document presents information collected from federal and state guidance meant to be used by Houston residents to help understand reopening standards. Initially, Mayor Sylvester Turner had updated the Resilient Houston plan to include a COVID-19 addendum to guide the city's response to this public health crisis and associated economic impacts.
|Texas, San Antonio|
|Texas, Travis County||
Covered by State Order, using Austin Public Health guidance for color-coded reopening.
On July 1st, the City of Richmond moved into Phase Three of the state's reopening plan, Forward Virginia. Under Phase Three of Forward Virginia, eating and drinking establishment can open at full capacity as long as the mandatory six feet of social distancing is maintained between parties at all times. Bar areas can be opened, but six feet of distance between customers is mandatory. Gyms must be limited to no more than 75% of the lowest occupancy load on the certificate of occupancy, and social gatherings should be limited to 50% occupancy of the event space, if applicable, or 250 participants. Additionally, entertainment and amusement venues may open at half capacity, which is not to exceed 1,000 people. RVA entered phase 1 on 5/29/20.
|Washington, Seattle (King County)||
Phase 2 began on June 19, 2020. On July 28, Gov. Jay Inslee paused counties progressing in the reopening phases under the state’s Safe Start plan due to the continued rise of cases and spread of coronavirus statewide. The pause will continue indefinitely.
|Washington, Tacoma-Pierce County||
The county’s application to move to Phase 2 has been approved by the state Department of Health. Activities allowed under Phase 2, with certain restrictions, include restaurants at 50% capacity, in-store retail at 30% capacity and the re-opening of salons, barbers and other personal grooming services. The County is expected to remain in Phase 2 for at least three weeks and can apply to move to the next phase when prescribed COVID-19 targets have been achieved.
Significant changes in the Phase 4.2 order include the following: -Public gathering limits will reduce occupancy to 25% of a site’s capacity and reduce the maximum number of people at an indoor event to 10 people, not including employees. Seating is required. The maximum number for outdoor events is 25 people. Religious and political events are subject to gathering limits of 100 people who are required to be seated. -Restaurant and bar occupancy is restricted to 25% for those without a COVID Safety plan approved by the City of Milwaukee Health Department, and all patrons must be seated except when arriving, departing or walking to restrooms. Dance floors are prohibited. -Team sports are restricted to intra-squad or intra-school events unless a Milwaukee Health Departmentapproved safety plan is in place. A safety plan requires COVID-19 testing at least once every three days. If a plan has been previously submitted, it must be resubmitted with details related to the testing procedures. -City of Milwaukee school’s COVID Safety will continue to be monitored by the City of Milwaukee Health Department. Movement between instructional models will be made on an individual school basis by the Health Department. Under our phase 4.1 order, restaurants and bars will be required to submit a safety plan and Risk Assessment Tool by 11:59 p.m. CT on September 15, 2020, to continue in person dining without capacity limits (indoors and outdoors). On May 15, 2020, the City of Milwaukee Health Department (MHD) issued a public health and safety order called ‘Moving Milwaukee Forward.’ This order uses a measured, phased approach that utilizes data-driven gating criteria that aligns with federal and state guidance.