City of Los Angeles 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 Los Angeles will be following the county's guidance.
Safer L.A. Reopening Guidance
The City of Los Angeles has released 'Safer L.A.' reopening toolkits for businesses in all sectors. These guidelines are meant to establish a baseline for the safe reopening and operation of business as the city emerges from COVID-19, and to help workers and businesses take responsible steps toward resuming work, serving customers and rebuilding the economy. Key documents are:
General signs for business (including 6-foot social distancing reminders, symptoms to watch for, hygiene reminders, and reminders to utilize face coverings; )
Signage for offices / coworking spaces (including elevator limitations, reminders to utilize web conferencing where possible, and other social distancing and hygiene reminders;)
Resources for Homeowners and Renters
Per order of Mayor Eric Garcetti, for the duration of this local emergency period, landlords cannot evict residential and commercial tenants who are unable to pay rent due to circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Eligible residential tenants also have 12 months following the expiration of the local emergency period to repay any missed rent during the emergency period, and commercial tenants have three months to pay back their rent, per the mayor's March 30 update to the pre-existing emergency order. Click here to learn more.