Beverly Hills COVID-19 Updates

Los Angeles County Expanded COVID-19 Guidance

The city is largely following the LA County reopening guidelines (available on the reopening resources page). 

As Los Angeles County takes steps to curb the re-emergence of the coronavirus, the City of Beverly Hills will be following the county's guidance. Highlights are below:

  • Los Angeles County is currently in the orange tier of COVID reopening protocols. That means:

  • Hair salons: open indoors with modifications

  • Retail: open indoors with modifications

  • Malls: open indoors with limited food court capacity

  • Nail salons: open indoors with modifications

  • Electrolysis: open indoors with modifications

  • Personal care services (body waxing, etc.): open indoor with modifications

  • Tattooing and piercing: open indoors with modifications

  • Museums, zoos and aquariums: open indoors at 50% capacity

  • Places of worship: open indoors at 50% capacity

  • Movie theaters: open indoors at 50% capacity or 200 people, whichever is fewer

  • Hotels: open with modifications, plus their indoor pools can open and fitness centers can open at 25% capacity

  • Gyms: open indoors at 25% capacity and can open indoor pools

  • Restaurants: open indoors at 50% capacity or 200 people, whichever is fewer

  • Wineries, breweries and distilleries: open indoors at 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer

  • Bars: outdoor only

  • Family entertainment centers: open indoors at 25% capacity for naturally distanced activities like bowling and rock climbing walls

  • Cardrooms: open indoors at 25% capacity

  • Non-essential offices: encourage telework but can reopen in-person work spaces

  • Professional sports: outdoor stadiums can have audiences up to 33% capacity

  • Schools: can reopen for in-person instruction after five days out of the purple tier

  • Theme parks: can reopen at 25% capacity

  • Live performances: outdoor only at 33% capacity (allowed indoors at limited capacity starting April 15)

Beverly Hills Business Recovery Assistance Task Force

The city has convened a Business Recovery Assistance Task Force to help guide the local economic recovery. The Task Force will be focused on policies that the City of Beverly Hills can evaluate for our Beverly Hills businesses as a whole related to fees, taxes, zoning limitations, signage, parking and more.  If you have any specific suggestions related to those topics please feel free to email businessrecovery@beverlyhills.org or participate in one of the public meetings.

Beverly Hills Requires Face Coverings in Public

In an ongoing effort to promote public health and reduce the spread of COVID-19, the City of Beverly Hills has issued an order that requires all people, including essential workers, to wear face coverings when they leave their place of residence, including while at work. Essential workers includes all those listed in the City of Beverly Hills March 16, 2020 urgency ordinance. Examples of essential workers listed in the order are: employees at grocery stores, pharmacies, restaurants, construction sites, hotels, delivery workers and more.

 

The order, which takes effect Friday, April 10th at 6 p.m., requires coverings such as a scarf, bandana or cloth.

Drivers traveling alone or with members of their households do not need to wear face coverings unless they must lower their windows for any purpose such as to interact with first responders, food service workers or others who are not members of their households. 

Beverly Hills COVID-19 Hotline

The hotline is a service of the City of Beverly Hills to provide general information and resources, and does not constitute medical advice. Please consult with your healthcare provider regarding questions surrounding treatment and diagnosis.

The COVID-19 Hotline Number is (310) 550-4680, available Monday-Friday from 9:00 am - 6:00 pm.

Eviction Moratorium Information

During the period of local emergency declared in response to COVID-19, a landlord in the City of Beverly Hills who is notified that a residential tenant cannot pay some or all of the rent temporarily due to substantial financial impacts related to COVID-19 shall not endeavor to evict a tenant for nonpayment of rent. To qualify for this assistance, the tenant must notify the landlord in writing within 7 days after the date the rent is due that the tenant cannot pay full rent. Furthermore, within 30 days after the date rent is due the tenant must provide written documentation to the landlord using this form. 

More information.

Tel: 310.967.8800
6330 San Vicente Boulevard, Suite 100
Los Angeles, CA, 90048

 

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