The state has provided guidance for Retail Establishments to open for curbside and delivery only.
A friendly reminder from SDPD that all retail businesses must adhere to the safe reopening plan put in place by the Governor and County of San Diego. Although the rules can be confusing, if each business lives by the rules our community can continue to move forward. SDPD has asked the OBMA to remind you NO WALK IN TRAFFIC is permitted in businesses at this time. A $1K fine will be issued to any business in violation.
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Retail Establishments - Curbside or Delivery ONLY
San Diego county has provided additional guidance on the safe opening of businesses. According to the county, the Resilience Roadmap released by the state allows for certain businesses to reopen, with restrictions, starting May 8.
It restricts operations at retail establishments to curbside and delivery only, including:
- Jewelry stores
- Toy stores
- Clothing stores
- Shoe stores
- Home and furnishing stores
- Sporting goods stores
- Antique stores
- Music stores
Businesses in the supply chain that support these businesses, in manufacturing and logistical sectors, can also operate consistent with relevant industry guidance and checklists issued by the state.
Businesses that are allowed to re-open consistent with state and county actions need to complete the county’s Safe Reopening Plan, print and post it at their entrance.
The updated county public health order with additional information can be found here.
The state has also set up a way to gather input to inform future industry guidance using the California Recovery Roadmap survey.