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These Bay Area Businesses May Open During Phase Two

By kmvq on May 19, 2020
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA – MARCH 27: David Nichol, the owner of Sociale, delivers a meal to a waiting customer on March 27, 2020 in San Francisco, California. Sociale is working with a reduced staff, and are offering curbside pickup during the coronavirus (COVID-19) shutdown. On Friday nights, they are also offering delivery to the Nichol’s home town of San Anselmo in Marin County just north of San Francisco. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

Yesterday, Gov. Gavin Newson announced that the Bay Area can start entering phase two of his four phases of reopening California. Here’s list (originally provided by SFGate) of what business in our 9 Bay Area counties that are allowed to start reopening and links to each county’s websites.

Alameda

What’s open: Retail with curbside pickup and associated manufacturing and warehousing opened Monday.

See Alameda County’s new order and guidelines here.

Contra Costa

What’s open: Retail with curbside pickup and associated manufacturing and warehousing opening Tuesday

Read more about Contra Costa County’s new order and guidelines here.

Marin

What’s open: Retail with curbside pickup and associated manufacturing and warehousing opened Monday.

Find out more about Marin County’s new order and guidelines here.

Napa

What’s open: Retail with curbside pickup and associated manufacturing and warehousing opened Monday

San Francisco

What’s open: Retail with curbside pickup and associated manufacturing and warehousing opened Monday

Read more about San Francisco’s updated order here.

San Mateo

What’s open: Retail with curbside pickup and associated manufacturing and warehousing opened Monday; services such as pet grooming, residential cleaning, appliance repair and car washes; outdoor museums.

Find more details on San Mateo’s health order here.

Santa Clara

What’s open: Retail with curbside pickup and associated manufacturing and warehousing will open Friday.

Solano 

What’s open: Retail with curbside pickup and associated manufacturing and warehousing; select services such as pet grooming, car washes and landscaping; outdoor museums; offices where teleworking isn’t possible

Read more about Solano County’s updated order here.

Sonoma

What’s open: Retail with curbside pickup and associated manufacturing and warehousing; select services such as car washes, pet grooming, residential cleaning; outdoor museums; open-air galleries.

Find more information on Sonoma’s updated order here.