October 30, 2020, the City issued the Twenty-Ninth Supplement to Public Order to mirror the new Los Angeles County Health Officer Order. All personal care establishments, including hair salons, nail salons, barbershops, esthetic, skin care, electrology, body art professionals, tattoo parlors and piercing shops, tanning salons, and massage therapy (in non-healthcare settings), can now operate indoors with modifications. In addition, recreational activities such as batting cages, mini golf and go cart racing can now operate outdoors, also with modifications.
As for breweries and wineries, reservations will no longer be required; however, it is strongly recommended that these businesses continue to operate with reservations only to prevent crowding. At wineries, tastings will no longer require a meal being served. There have also been updates to the school reopening protocols.
As with all modifications to Health Officer Orders, businesses must comply with all of the required public health protocols in order to keep residents, customers and staff as safe as possible.
City of Culver City