Current Status  

What is Open and Closed in San Luis Obispo County

The State has released the Blueprint for a Safer Economy with revised criteria for loosening and tightening activities. 
See below for current restrictions in SLO County.
Curious What is Open at Each Tier?
Higher risk individuals should still remain at home as much as possible. 
This is the most important thing you can do.

Business Changes Allowed Under Tier 2 (Red Tier)

Indoor Operations with Modifications

  • Dine-in restaurants - 25% maximum capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer
  • Fitness Centers - 10% maximum capacity
  • Malls and Swap Meets - 50% maximum capacity
  • Movie theaters  - 25% maximum capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer
  • Personal Care Services
  • Retail - 50% maximum capacity
  • Worship services, including wedding ceremonies and funerals. - 25% maximum capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer. Receptions and celebration of life not permitted.
  • Zoos and museums - 25% maximum capacity indoors
  • For all other business sectors, visit our Guidance for Safe Operations page

Review Safe Operations Guidance For Each of These Activities Here

Outdoor Operations Only

Review Safe Operations Guidance For Each of These Activities Here

Operations that Must Currently Remain Closed 

  • Adult Rec Leagues
  • Bars, brewpubs, breweries, and pubs - Pick-up permitted
  • Community centers
  • Group gatherings - Professional, social and community gatherings (that bring together members of more than one household) of any kind or any size.  See state guidance.
  • Indoor Pools
  • Indoor Recreation
  • Live music, concerts, symphonies, festivals, theatre
  • Playgrounds - indoors or outdoors
  • Saunas/Steamrooms/Hot tubs
  • Theme and waterparks
  • Wedding receptions, Celebration of Life

For more information on these closures, visit our Operations Guidance Page

Other Important Modifications

  • Schools:
    • The State has also issued a restriction on in-person instruction at schools for counties in the Widespread or purple Tier 1.  Schools can not reopen until a county has been in Tier 1 or red for fourteen days. For more information visit our Schools Page.
    • Restrictions on In-Person Instruction
  • Youth Sports
    • Youth sports are allowed for conditioning and training only.

Review Safe Operations Guidance For Each of These Activities Here