Downtown Santa Ana

Downtown Santa Ana

Tuesday’s reveal Orange County could move to the next phase of reopening brings a fresh set of lifts on various operations restrictions.

Here, a listing by sector of what businesses may reopen in line with state health and safety precautions with OC’s move into the red or “substantial” tier of California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy.

Full, industry-specific guidance on reopening with safety modifications and practices can be found here.

Appliance Repair: Open

Aquariums: Open at 25% capacity

Auto Repair: Open

Banks, Credit Unions: Open

Bars (not serving food): Closed

Body Waxing: Open

Bookstores: Open at 50% capacity

Breweries (not serving food): Closed

Campgrounds: Open

Cardrooms: Outdoors only

Carwashes: Open

Childcare: Open

Clothing, Shoe Stores: Open at 50% capacity

Concert Venues: Closed

Convenience Stores: Open

Convention Centers: Closed

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Cultural Ceremonies: Open at whichever brings in the least – 25% capacity or 100 people

Dance Studios: Open at 10% capacity

Day Camps: Open

Distilleries (not serving food): Closed

Doctors, Dentists: Open

Dog Walkers: Open

Door-to-Door Sales, Services: Open

Drive-In Theaters: Outdoors only

Dry Cleaners: Open

Electricians: Open

Electrologists: Open

Estheticians: Open

Family Entertainment Centers: Outdoors only

Farmers Markets: Open

Festivals: Closed

Fire Stations: Open

Florists: Open at 50% capacity

Food Banks: Open

Gas Stations: Open

Government Services: Open

Grocery Stores: Open at 50% capacity

Gyms, Fitness Centers: Open at 10% capacity

Hair Salons, Barbershops: Open

General Contractors: Open

Colleges: Open at 25% capacity or 100-person lectures, whichever brings in the least; labs, studio arts open

Home, Furnishing Stores: Open at 50% capacity

Hospitals, Urgent Care: Open

Hotels: Fitness centers open at 10% capacity

HVAC Services: Open

Indoor Playgrounds: Closed

Jewelry Stores: Open at 50% capacity

Landscapers: Open

Laundromats: Open

Libraries: Open at 50% capacity

Live Theater: Closed

Massage Studios: Open

Movie Theaters: Open at whichever brings the least – 25% capacity or 100 people

Museums: Open at 25% capacity

Nail Salons: Open

Nightclubs: Closed

Offices (non-essential): Remote work

Pet Groomers: Open

Pharmacies: Open

Piercing Shops: Open

Places of Worship: Open at whichever brings the least – 25% capacity or 100 people

Plumbing: Open

Police Stations: Open

Professional Sports: Open with no live audiences

Racetracks (no audience): Outdoors only

Residential Cleaning Services: Open

Restaurants: Open indoors at whichever brings the least – 25% capacity or 100 people; open for takeout, delivery

Retail: Open at 50% capacity

Satellite Wagering: Outdoors only

Saunas, Steam Rooms: Closed

Schools: County must remain in the red tier for two weeks before full reopening; subject to local, health officials

Shopping Centers: Open at 50% capacity, common areas closed, food court capacity reduced

Short-Term Lodging Rentals: Open, Fitness centers open at 10% capacity

Skin Care Services: Open

Sporting Goods: Open at 50%

State, Local Government Offices: Open

Swimming Pools: Outdoors only

Tattoo Parlors: Open

Theme Parks: Closed

Toy Stores: Open at 50% capacity

Weddings (ceremonies only): Open at whichever brings in less – 25% capacity or 100 people

Wineries: Outdoors only

Yoga Studios: Open at 10% capacity

Zoos: Open at 25% capacity indoors

Go here for more on how the OC business community is responding to COVID-19.