California Governor Gavin Newsom announced July 13 that the California Department of Public Health requires all counties that have been on the COVID-19 Monitoring List for at least three consecutive days to move additional sectors to close indoor operations. Sacramento is one of the 29 counties on list, and the County has amended its Public Health Order to reflect the requirement. The Order is now in effect.
Sectors impacted by the July 13 amendment and must close indoor operations are:
On July 1 the following sectors were ordered to close indoor operations:
Additionally, the County Public Health Department ordered all bars, brewpubs, breweries, wineries, tasting rooms and pubs to close indoor operations. Bars, pubs, brewpubs and breweries may operate outdoors if they are offering sit-down, outdoor meals. Bars, pubs, brewpubs, and breweries that do not provide sit-down meals themselves, but can contract with another vendor to do so, can serve dine-in meals when operating outdoors provided both businesses follow the dine-in restaurant guidance and alcohol is sold only in the same transaction as a meal.
Restaurants in Sacramento County may continue with outdoor seating and takeout and delivery services. Outdoor operations may be conducted under a tent, canopy or other sun shelter.
Both local and state health orders still prohibit gatherings of any size with people who are not part of your immediate household.
For questions about the Public Health Order, call the Sacramento County Public Health hotline at 916-875-2400. For information about Sacramento County COVID-19 cases and public health directives, visit covid19.SacCounty.net. To learn more about the City of Folsom’s response to slow the spread of COVID-19, visit www.folsom.ca.us/covid-19.
City of Folsom Services
Folsom City Hall remains open to the public during regular business hours. City services are operating as usual, including police, fire, ambulance, garbage, recycling, planning, inspection, and permitting services.
City facilities closed include:
City facilities open include:
The City is updating its website as new information becomes available. Stay informed about the City of Folsom’s response to COVID-19 at www.folsom.ca.us/covid-19. Contact us at www.folsom.ca.us/contactus.
In collaboration with federal and state agencies, the Sacramento County Department of Public Health is the lead agency managing response to local novel coronavirus testing, investigations, coordination with health providers, and public information. Learn more at www.saccounty.net.