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Reopening Guidance and Prevention

Reopening Guidance and Prevention

CALIFORNIA'S BLUEPRINT FOR A SAFER ECONOMY - Tier Info and Guidelines

COVID-19 COUNTY OF NEVADA REOPENING FAQs -  New Guidance for Gatherings and Live Music - Updated October 20, 2020

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GOT QUESTIONS about GUIDELINES? EMAIL NEVADA COUNTY COVID19recovery@co.nevada.ca.us

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May 19, 2020 - Nevada County provides guidance as businesses are cleared to reopen. Source: www.myneva

dacounty.com/coronavirus/businesses.  Note: The County's website changes frequently.  Check back for updated guidelines.

May 26, 2020 - Reopen Nevada County: A Plan to Reopen in Stages While Limiting the Local Spread of COVID-19

Town of Truckee Business Reopening FAQs

Town of Truckee Business Outdoor Space Flexibility Allowance 

Updated Town of Truckee Business Outdoor Space Guidelines - July 31, 2020

As of June 2, 2020, the Town of Truckee extended their outdoor use allowance for businesses to utilize outside space without permits until October 1, 2020 and:

  • Will allow for existing fitness and dance studios to open in outdoor spaces adjacent to their existing location ahead of Stage 3 reopening.
  • Businesses selling alcoholic beverages may open as long as they serve food during the hours that alcohol is served (can be prepared off-site or from a food truck on-site).
  • Food trucks may operate for the same hours as the primary use on-site and may utilize parking areas (except ADA spots) for the truck and seating.

Town of Truckee Temporary Land Use Modifications for Businesses - June 2, 2020

Town of Truckee Business Outdoor Space Guidelines -  May 12, 2020

APPLICABLE to ALL TRUCKEE BUSINESSES

LODGING - Open June 12, 2020

(In preparation for opening. Lodging has not been cleared to open yet.)

RETAIL – Open for In-Store Shopping
You must have a COVID 19 operational workplan that customers and employees can see. Read “Practical Advice

RESTAURANTS – Open for In-Restaurant Dining at 25% and Outdoor Dining
You must have a COVID 19 operational workplan that customers and employees can see. Read “Practical Advice

COVID-19 FAQs - Live Music Performances at Restaurants and Bars - October 1, 2020

Guidance for 50% Indoor Capacity Seating

HAIR SALONS AND BARBERSHOPS

GYMS, FITNESS AND YOGA STUDIOS

Masks, Social Distancing, PPE

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