LA County Reopens Outdoor Dining After State Lifts Stay-At-Home Order

Culver City along with Los

Angeles County are reopeningtoday

outdoor dining with

safety measures.

On Monday, the State of

California lifted the Regional

Stay at Home Order and returned

each county to its associated

tier under the Blueprint

for a Safer Economy. Los

Angeles County has issued

a new Public Health Order to

permit outdoor dining and otherbusiness


Now allowable:

- Restaurants – outdoor dining

only, with safety measures in


- Private gatherings – limited

to 3 households and a total of

15 persons, outdoors only;

- Family entertainment centers

– open for outdoor operations

(50% capacity);

- Museums, zoos, aquariums

– open for outdoor operations;

- Cardrooms – open for outdoor

operations at 50% capacity;

- Miniature golf, go karts, batting

cages – outdoor operations

at 50%;

- Certain outdoor recreational

activities – open;

- Hotels, motels – tourism and

individual travel allowed;

- Fitness facilities – open for

outdoor operations;

- Personal care – open at 25%

indoor capacity;

- Faith based services – outdoors


- Indoor mall, shopping centers,

lower-risk retail – open

at 25% indoor capacity; food

courts and common areas


Culver City has also issued

the 33rd supplement to Public

Order which keeps in place unexpired

eviction moratorium,

extension of outdoor dining

and valet parking fees, authority

for temporary use permits

for outdoor operations.

The order also does the following:

- Extends the limitations on

third party food delivery service

fees to March 31;

- Extends the 50% reduction of

monthly parking fees in City owned

lots and structures;

- Stresses that face coverings

are still required;

- Notes that Culver City will

align with future County orders,

unless expressly stated



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