business

resources

1,081
Businesses
237
Essential
Businesses
2,407
Essential
Employees
844
Non-Essential
Employees

*Pre-covid-19 figures

The LA County Department of Public Health announced a 5-Phase Roadmap to Recovery.

STAGE 1

Safer at Home order planning for recovery

STAGE 3

Higher-risk workplaces (activation to be determined)

Higher-risk businesses (body art, massage, bars/nightclubs)

Movie theaters and bowling alleys

K-12 schools

Colleges and universities

STAGE 2

Lower-risk workplaces

May 8th: Florists, some retailers, car dealerships, golf courses and trails

• Other low-risk businesses (manufacturers,

   offices, retail)

• Essential Health Care

• Outdoor recreation and libraries

• Museums, cultural centers, galleries

STAGE 4

Highest risk businesses (activation to be determined)

Highest risk businesses (entertainment venues)

Large conventions

Sporting and spectator events

STAGE 5

Fully normal operations 

(activation to be determined)

ESSENTIAL

SERVICES

Businesses providing essential services will remain open such as:

  • Gas Stations

  • Pharmacies

  • Food: Grocery stores, farmers markets, food banks, convenience stores, take-out and delivery restaurants

  • Banks

  • Laundromats/Laundry-services

  • Essential state an local government functions, including law enforcement and offices that provide government programs and services.

Businesses re-opened

may 8, 2020

  • Florists

  • Toy Stores

  • Music Stores

  • Bookstores

  • Clothing Stores

  • Sporting good

  • Car dealership showrooms

Curbside pick-up only. This list is subject to change based on government restrictions. Please check with individual business to determine availability.​

LA COUNTy

ROAD TO

RECOVERY

July 1: Gov. Newsom issued the directive to LA County to close:

  • Dine-in restaurants

  • Wineries and tasting rooms

  • Movie theaters 

  • Family entertainment centers (for examples: bowling alleys, miniature golf, batting cages and arcades)

  • Zoos and museums

  • Cardrooms

June 28 Bars Closure Update

Learn about reopening protocols for day camps »

Learn about reopening protocols for gyms and fitness facilities »

Learn about reopening protocols for RV parks and campgrounds »

Learn about reopening protocols for museums, galleries, zoos and aquariums »

LA County announces Nail Salons, Spas, Tattoo Shops, Casinos, Bars and Wineries Reopening with Safeguards

Grant & Funding Programs for Small Businesses Resources

for Businesses Impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19)

State

CA Employment Development Department website with resources for workers & employers

CAMEO’s webpage offers updates and resources for small- and micro-businesses

GO-Biz website with information regarding State resources for employers & employees

Private

Local

Resources