Resilience Roadmap Stages
The county is following the Governor's four stage plan for reopening. See more details for each stage below:
Safety & Preparedness:
Making the workforce environment as safe as possible
lower Risk Work Places:
Can Open With Modifications
- Curbside retail, including but not limited to: Bookstores, jewelry stores, toy stores, clothing stores, shoe stores, home and furnishing stores, sporting goods stores, antique stores, music stores, florists. Note: this will be phased in, starting first with curbside pickup and delivery only until further notice.
- Supply chains supporting the above businesses, in manufacturing and logistics sectors
- Childcare for those outside of the essential workforce
- Office-based businesses (telework remains strongly encouraged)
- Select services: car washes, pet grooming, and landscape gardening
- Outdoor museums, and open gallery spaces and other public spaces with modifications
Can Open Later In Stage 2 With Attestation:
- Destination retail, including shopping malls and swap meets.
- Dine-in restaurants (other facility amenities, like bars or gaming areas, are not permitted)
- Places of worship
- Hair salons and barbershops
- Privately operated campgrounds and RV parks (no physical structure rental)
Higher Risk Work Places:
Creating opportunities for higher risk sectors to adapt & re-open
Open higher risk environments with adaptations and limits on size of gatherings:
- Personal care & hospitality services (hair & nail salons, gyms)
- Entertainment venues (movie theaters, sports without live audiences)
- In-person religious services (churches, weddings)
End of Stay-At-Home Order:
Return to expanded workforce in highest risk workplaces.
Requires therapeutics (medicines, remedies etc.).
Re-open highest risk workplaces with all indicators satisfied once therapeutics have been developed:
- convention centers
- live audience sports