We appreciate you contacting the City with your inquiry concerning the State and County Safer at Home orders.
Please find a copy of the orders from both the State and the County. Should your business fall into the “Essential Business” categories set forth in the orders, you may continue operating. However, as set forth in the orders, should you continue to operate, you are required to implement the social distancing requirements set forth in the orders.
Please be advised that because this is an order of the State and County of Los Angeles, the City cannot make any determinations as to whether you are operating an “Essential Business”, or are otherwise exempt from this order. Because guidance may change, it is advisable that you consult the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health’s website daily to identify any modifications to the County’s order, the web address is: http://www.publichealth.lacounty.gov/
For further information regarding the State’s order, please visit the following website: https://covid19.ca.gov/stay-home-except-for-essential-needs/
COVID-19 Business Resources
Many companies are providing resources to residents and businesses throughout this time. Below are links to various resources.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY LAUNCHES NEW INTERACTIVE DIGITAL DASHBOARDS, CONNECTING RESIDENTS TO LATEST UPDATES ON COVID-19 IMPACTS
Los Angeles, CA (Friday, March 27, 2020) — Los Angeles County launched several new digital tools today to help residents access up-to-date information about the COVID-19 pandemic. A suite of new interactive maps and dashboards are now live on the County website, providing—in one place—a digital hub for updates about virus case counts, emergency proclamations, and information regarding openings and closures for parks, recreation sites, and schools throughout Los Angeles County.
The new dashboards track, analyze, and display multiple data sources. They are the result of collaboration between the County’s Department of Public Health, Health Services, Parks and Recreation, the Los Angeles County Office of Education, and the Office of Emergency Management. Though the focus is local, the new interactive sites also incorporate global data from Johns Hopkins University's COVID-19 tracking map.
“These maps and dashboards are the latest step we have taken to keep the people of Los Angeles County informed during the COVID-19 pandemic, and connected to County services,” stated Kevin McGowan, Director of the Los Angeles County Office of Emergency Management. “The amount of information about the virus online can be overwhelming, and the data and updates change minute-to-minute. Our COVID-19 website, and its features including these new interactive tools, are a centralized source of trusted information.”
- Case Count Dashboard: This map tracks and displays local Los Angeles County COVID-19 cases and deaths. The interactive dashboard allows users to click on a city or community name, zoom to the selected area, and view the total case count for that community, as well as adjacent areas. The dashboard is updated daily with case count data from the Department of Public Health.
- Emergency Proclamations Dashboard: This interactive dashboard displays local emergency proclamations throughout Los Angeles County. Users can click a city name to see when a local emergency was proclaimed and view the official proclamation. The dashboard links to cities’ official websites and is updated as LA County’s 88 cities make proclamations.
- Parks and Recreation Closures: This dashboard shows the status of recreation activities, senior programs, and other services provided by County Parks and Recreation. Users can click to find out which services are open, partially closed, or completely closed. The dashboard is updated as services change throughout the County.
- School Closures: This dashboard displays the closure status of the 80 school districts supported by the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE). Users can click a district to view schools and enrollment count. It is updated with information from LACOE.