Support For Small Business You'll Want To Know About
Los Angeles residents are doing their part to follow the city's "Safer at Home" Order, which has helped slow the spread of COVID-19. Although the curve has flattened, the COVID-19 pandemic still remains in Los Angeles. On Tuesday May 26th, Mayor Garcetti announced that all retail businesses may reopen for in-person shopping. This does not include personal services such as hair salons, nail salons, and barbershops. Please see the Close Contact protocols for those industries. Additionally, this does not include dine-in services for restaurants at this time.
Please note that face coverings are required for all customers and workers at these businesses, and adherence to physical distancing and infection control protocols are required.
If you're a small business who is currently operating or planning to begin operating soon, the following resources for small businesses are now available.
Safer L.A.: Roadmap to COVID-19 Response
1. Guidance for Businesses
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health issued safety protocols that are required for all businesses operating within the City of Los Angeles. The County’s required protocols are now available for download. Businesses should follow these protocols and directives.
Safer L.A.: Toolkits for Businesses
2. Temporary Pick Up Zones
LADOT is helping retail establishments and restaurants provide pick-up only options by supplying parking signs free-of-charge to businesses that apply using the form provided
Here's how it works:
1. Fill out the application form
2. Upon approval, LADOT will install within three business days temporary sign(s) that will indicate a dedicated pick-up location near your business
3. Signage for Businesses
The LA Fashion District BID has gathered a collection of COVID-19 graphics and signage templates that may be required and/or strongly suggested to display at your place of business.
Please check our COVID-19 Resources Page for additional updates, information, and resources.