The State has approved SLO County's attestation of readiness, which means State leaders agree with local health officials that we are in a good position to safely enter later Stage 2 of the State's Resilience Roadmap . Later Stage 2 includes dine-in restaurants and destination retail, which will be permitted to re-open with modifications and precautions. Assuming the individual businesses have implemented the State's health and safety guidelines (available HERE ), retail can now open for in-store shopping, offices can open fully, and restaurants can open for in-dining services. Please note, the statewide Stay-At-Home Order continues to only allow essential travel.
Steps to Reopen 1. Read and implement the guidelines for your industry. Train your employees on the guidelines. State Guidelines:
Shopping Centers guidelines
Office and workspace guidelines
Hotel and lodging guidelines
More Industry-specific guidelines
All guidelines recommend having hand sanitizer available.
2. Use the checklist to ensure your business complies with the guidelines. 3. Fill out the SLO County Self Certification Form The County of San Luis Obispo has created a self-certification form and "Open and Safe" signage for all businesses to utilize as they are allowed to re-open. The form and signage can be found by clicking HERE . 4. Print and post this at your business 5. Use the Ready to Reopen toolkit for signage to let the public know your business is safe and ready to reopen!