- On Jan. 25, the state lifted the regional stay-at-home orders, a change that could allow restaurants in many counties to reopen for outdoor dining and other services to resume. The state also removed the curfew that was in place.
- The change has lessened restrictions in the Southern California, Bay Area and San Joaquin Valley regions. Some local officials have adopted stronger restrictions in response.
- A statewide mask mandate remains in place.
Los Angeles County is still on Tier 1, which means that Most nonessential indoor business operations are closed.
Trinity county, Sierra and Alpine counties are at Tier 3, which means Some business operations can open with modifications.
Mariposa county is at Tier 2, which means that Some nonessential indoor business operations are closed.
What is open and what is closed in Los Angeles County:
What’s open and closed
- Aquariums Open outdoors only with modifications
- Bars, brewpubs and distilleries (with no meals provided) Closed. County provides additional guidance if outdoor meals are provided
- Cardrooms Open outdoors with max 50% capacity
- Carwashes Open with modifications
- Child care Open with modifications
- Concert venues Closed
- Day camps Open with modifications
- Dine-in restaurants Open outdoors only with modifications and seating reduced by 50%
- Doctors and dentists Open with modifications
- Family entertainment Open for outdoor operations at 50% capacity
- Food banks, gas stations and convenience stores Open with modifications
- Gyms Open outdoors with max 50% capacity
- Hair salons and barbershops Open indoors with modifications with max 25% capacity
- Higher education Closed for indoor lectures and student gatherings. Some courses conducted in certain indoor settings, like labs and studio arts, may be open
- Hotels for tourism and individual travel Open with modifications
- K-12 schools Closed for in-person instruction, but distance learning is allowed. Some programs are open for in-person with capacity limits
- Landscapers Open with modifications
- Libraries Open indoors at 20% capacity
- Movie theaters Open outdoors only with modifications
- Museums Open outdoors with max 50% capacity
- Nail salons Open indoors with modifications with max 25% capacity
- Nonessential business offices Work remotely
- Pet groomers Open with modifications
- Places of worship and cultural ceremonies Open outdoors only with modifications
- Professional sports Open with modifications. No live audiences.
- Racetracks Open with modifications. No live audiences.
- Recreation Can open with modifications
- Retailers Open with modifications. Max 25% capacity. Grocery max 35% capacity
- Shopping malls Open indoors with modifications. Max 25% capacity. Closed common areas, food courts
- State and local government Open with modifications
- Takeout restaurants Open with modification
- Tattoo parlors Open indoors with modifications with max 25% capacity
- Theme parks Closed
- Wineries Open outdoors only with modifications and seating reduced by 50%
- Zoos Open outdoors only with modifications