Open Businesses and City Services

Open Local Businesses

The Blueprint for a Safer Economy and the California For All Website has detailed information, including an interactive link listing all business sectors and their current requirements. 


California's pandemic restrictions ended on Tuesday, June 15. Masks are still required on public transit, in all healthcare settings, prisons and jails, shelters, cooling centers, indoor settings of K-12 schools, and child-care settings. Vaccinated workers in California no longer have to wear masks in most jobs. For more information see California's Blueprint for a Safer Economy.


Open City Functions and Facilities


Basketball Courts — Open.

Beaches — Open. .

City Council Meetings — Proceeding in a hybrid fashion with the opportunity for the public to participate from home or to comment in person using specific guidelines presented on each published agenda. Click here for instructions about using Zoom

City Hall — Open to the public. For questions please call (949) 497-0311 during regular business hours.

Committee, Subcommittee, and Board Meetings — Planning Commission and Design Review Board meetings will be conducted in the manner of City Council meetings with the opportunity for the public to participate from home. The Emergency Disaster Preparedness Committee and Parking, Transit, and Circulation Committees have resumed meeting via Zoom.

Dog Parks — Open.

Fire Road — Open for active recreation.

Parks and Playgrounds — All City parks are open including playgrounds.  

Pool — Open.

Recreation Classes – Limited in-person recreation  classes available.

Street Sweeping Parking Enforcement  In effect. 

Tennis and Pickleball Courts — Open. 

Trailheads — Open.

Trolley Service — Coastal and Canyon Trolleys are running.

Volleyball Courts – Open.