Which Bay Area Cities Have A Curfew?

By on June 1, 2020
PHILADELPHIA, PA – JUNE 01: Protestors march with three placards stating “BLACK Lives Matter” in the aftermath of widespread unrest following the death of George Floyd on June 1, 2020 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Demonstrations have erupted all across the country in response Floyd’s death in Minneapolis, Minnesota while in police custody a week ago. (Photo by Mark Makela/Getty Images)

Due to the Black Lives Matter protests, there are many Bay Area cities that are now enforcing a curfew. Please view the list below and stay safe.

Alameda County: 8p.m-5a.m. until June 5th

Antioch: 6p.m.-5.a.m through June 8th

Berkeley: 8p.m.- 5a.m. through June 3rd 

Contra Costa County: 8p.m.-5a.m until further notice

Fremont: 8p.m-5 a.m through June 8

Danville: 8 p.m- 5a.m. until June 4th

Hayward: 8p.m-5a.m. through June 8th

Lafayette: 8p.m.- 5a.m. being evaluated everyday

Livermore: 8p.m-5a.m through June 5th

Napa County: 8p.m-6a.m through June 4th

Oakland: 8p.m-5a.m until further notice

Orinda: 8p.m.-5a.m. until further notice

Palo Alto: 8:30a.m.-5a.m. until June 11

Pleasant Hill: 7p.m.- 5a.m. until further notice

San Francisco: LIFTED TODAY


San Leandro: 6p.m.-5a.m at least through June 8th

San Mateo County: 8:30p.m-5a.m. ends June 4th


Santa Rosa: 8p.m.-5a.m. through June 4th

Solano County: 8p.m.-5a.m.through June 4th

Sonoma County: 9p.m.-5a.m until June 5th

Union City: 8p.m- 5a.m. until further notice

Walnut Creek: 6p.m- 5a.m through June 8th

Vallejo: 8p.m-5a.m until further notice

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*Last updated June 4th 7:09 AM*


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