Yesterday, Jan 25, 2021, the State of California lifted the Regional Stay Home Order effective immediately. Now, Los Angeles County’s November 25, 2020 Health Officer Order is in effect. Public Health will issue a new order this Friday, January 29, 2021, which will allow restaurants to open for outdoor dining with safety measures in place, as well as align the County’s order with the State’s order.
The City of Culver City will also update its order to reflect the County’s order.
Allowable Starting Today
Private Gatherings – limited to 3 households and a total of 15 persons; outdoors only
Family Entertainment Centers – open for outdoor operations (50% capacity)
Museums, zoos, aquariums – open for outdoor operations
Cardrooms – open for outdoor operations at 50% capacity
Miniature golf, go karts, batting cages – outdoor operations at 50%
Outdoor recreational activity – open
Hotels, Motels – tourism and individual travel allowed
Fitness facilities – open for outdoor operations
Personal care – open at 25% indoor capacity
Faith based services – outdoors only
Indoor mall, shopping centers, lower-risk retail – open at 25% indoor capacity; food courts and common areas closed
Everyone in California must adhere to State Health Officer Orders. Counties and cities may be more restrictive than State mandates, but not less restrictive.
To date, Public Health identified 1,079,396 positive cases of COVID-19 across all areas of LA County and a total of 15,303 deaths.
There have been a total of 1,835 confirmed cases and 66 deaths in Culver City.
Please protect yourself and those around you. Wear a face covering, wash your hands regularly, keep at least six feet of physical distance from others when in public, and limit mixing with people who you do not live with.
City of Culver City