“The guidelines are already protocols we’ve been following as far as cleanliness goes,” Martin said. “I’m going to be wearing a mask and you’re going to be wearing masks, we won’t be having any waiting rooms and we’ll be checking your temperature.” … [Read more...] about South Bay Small Business Owners Cheer Santa Clara County Plans for Reopening
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San Francisco: Bars, wineries and indoor dine-in eating establishments are closed. Outdoor bars were scheduled to open June 29 but their reopening is now on hold. (See more information and a calendar with San Francisco’s timeline for reopening here.) … [Read more...] about Are bars open near me? Here are the current rules for each SF Bay Area county
On Wednesday, Seal Beach followed with its own decision to close beaches, beach parking lots, volleyball courts, the pier and restrooms. The amenities will reopen Sunday morning, but the city may extend the closure “if it is believed the reopening will be detrimental to the health of the community,” city officials said in a news release. … [Read more...] about County-run beaches in O.C. will close July 4th weekend as coronavirus cases surge
It reveals that Filbert Street only comes out on top when looking at the more touristy areas of the city. Von Worley made it his mission to explore the more neglected backstreets and concluded that after being repaved in 2009, the modest, one-block, dead-end stretch of Bradford Street, near where the 101 and 280 freeways converge, reigned supreme at a vertigo-inducing 41% grade. This discovery pushed North Beach's treacherous Romolo Street into second place. … [Read more...] about Where is San Francisco’s actual steepest street? This guy found out the hard way.
Plan Ahead: Prior to leaving home, check the webpage of your local outdoor destination to find out if it is open, if parking is available, if there are camping opportunities and what new visitor guidelines are in effect. Stay Local: Although businesses around the state are opening up, Californians should not travel significant distances for pleasure or recreation and should stay close to home. Parking is very limited or closed at park units across the state. Walk or bike to parks in your local neighborhood. Do not travel if you are sick or if someone in your household has had coronavirus in the last two weeks. Stay Safer at 6 feet: No matter the recreational activity, maintain a physical distance of 6 feet or more. Your guests should only include those within your immediate household. This means no gatherings, picnics or parties. Visitors are being asked to leave if th Boating: Do not raft up to other boaters or pull up onto a beach next to other recreators. Off-highway Vehicle … [Read more...] about July 4th: What’s Open By County In The San Francisco Bay Area For Independence Day Holiday Weekend