Re-Opening Guidance

California has a blueprint for reducing COVID-19 in the state with revised criteria for loosening and tightening restrictions on activities. Find it here: . Scroll down that page to look at the map of California by County OR type in "Plumas" and see what industries are allowed to open. (The table below represents a handful of industries in Plumas County). 

Blueprint for a Safer Economy - Tier 3: Moderate (Orange)

Sector Limitation State Guidance Checklist to Post at Business Location
Bars & Breweries (where no meals provided) Can open outdoors only with modifications
Licensed Child Care Can open with modifications
Cultural Ceremonies & Places of Worship Can open indoors with modifications
-MAX 50% capacity or 200 people, whichever is fewer.
Day Camps Can open with modifications
Family Entertainment Centers Can open indoors for naturally distanced activities, with modifications
-MAX 25% capacity
-Bowling alleys
-Climbing walls
Gyms and fitness centers Can open indoors with modifications
-MAX 25% capacity
- + Indoor pools
Hair Salons and Barbershops Can open with modifications
Hotels, Lodging, & Short Term Rentals (tourism and individual travel) Can open with modifications
- + Fitness centers (+25%)
- + Indoor pools
Nail Salons Can open indoors with modifications
Restaurants (dine-in) Can open indoors with modifications 
- MAX 50% capacity or 200 people, whichever is fewer
Restaurants (take-out and delivery) Can open with modifications
Retailers Can open with modifications
Schools and School Based Programs Can open for in-person instruction
FAQs on Providing Targeted Support and Services in Schools:
Campgrounds, RV Parks, & Outdoor Recreation Can open with modifications
Private Gatherings No more than 3 households N/A
Safer Halloween and Día de los Muertos Celebrations Safer alternative to trick or treating N/A

Don't see your business's guidance here? You can find additional industry-specific guidance at

Curious about other counties? Find more information here:



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6/26/2020 - As part of Cal OES ongoing effort to help California businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the agency today announced a new website connecting businesses to local sources of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). 

Click here for more information. 

The following signs can be used by Businesses:

Click on the image to open a PDF.

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Customer Code of Conduct for Businesses PCPHA