The City Council decided at its meeting on March 14, 2022 to rescind the City’s COVID-19 vaccine verification requirements, and to resume in-person City Council meetings in April, as the CDC now categorizes L.A. County as being at Low Community Risk.
Restaurants, personal care, fitness, and entertainment businesses are no longer required to verify vaccination status of employees or patrons, although they may continue to verify if desired. The City will no longer verify vaccination status at City facilities. Vaccine verification requirements had been in place in Culver City since November 29, 2021. The City will issue a new Supplement to Public Order revising those requirements and aligning with L.A. County Public Health’s vaccination verification recommendations and requirements.
In-person City Council meetings will resume at the first City Council meeting of the month on April 11, 2022. All other Culver City Commission, Board, and Committee meetings will also resume in-person meetings beginning with their first meeting in April. All meeting attendees and members of the City Council, Commission, Board or Committee will be required to wear a mask.
As a courtesy, members of the public have the option to attend City Council and Planning Commission meetings virtually, including participating in public comment, using Webex, the City’s online system. Except for City Council and Planning Commission meetings, where optional public virtual participation will continue to be offered, other Culver City Commission, Board, and Committee meetings will take place entirely in-person and participation will not be available via Webex.
In Culver City, indoor masking is now strongly recommended, but not required, for vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals in public settings and businesses, except in high-risk settings where federal or state regulations continue to require masking, and at in-person City Council meetings, and in-person City Commission, Board, and Committee meetings.
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