In accordance with State Guidance for reopening, all businesses are required to have a written operation plan. Plumas County has created a template operation plan that you may choose to use to meet this requirement (links below). If you choose to use Plumas County’s template operation plan, please be sure to fill it out completely including business name and signature. The plans do not need to be submitted to the county but must be available to all employees, volunteers, and county officials if requested.

Stage 2 & 3 - Workplaces and Activities

Sector Opening Timeline Limitation Plumas County Operation Plan Template State Guidance
Retail 5/5/2020 Limited Occupancy, signage, social distancing, face covering Retail
Licensed Child Care 5/15/2020 Small groups not to exceed 10 children Licensed Child Care
Hotels, Lodging, & Short Term Rentals 5/22/2020 Close to home, season long and essential worker stays Indoor Lodging
Campgrounds & RV Parks 5/22/2020 Close to home, season long and essential worker stays Outdoor Lodging
Places of Worship 5/26/2020 25% capacity and less than 100 people Places of Worship
Personal Care Services including barbershops, hair and nail salons, tattooing and massage Effective 6/19/2020 Face coverings for customers; face coverings and gloves for practitioners Personal Care Services
Pools 6/8/2020 Signage, 50% capacity, social distancing Pools (See page 13 - Additional Considerations for Swimming Pools
/ Aquatic Venues )
Restaurants, Wineries, & Bars 6/9/2020 Updated to allow bar seating with distancing or physical  Restaurants, Wineries, & Bars
Gyms & Fitness Centers 6/11/2020 Limited Occupancy, signage, social distancing Indoor Recreation
Day Camps 6/12/2020 Small group sizes and strict social distancing Day Camps

6/26/2020 - As part of Cal OES ongoing effort to help California businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the agency today announced a new website connecting businesses to local sources of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). 

Click here for more information. 

As of June 24, 2020, the following are not open county or statewide

The following sectors, businesses, establishments, or activities are not permitted to operate in the State of California at this time:

  • Indoor playgrounds such as bounce centers, ball pits and laser tag
  • Live theater
  • Saunas and steam rooms
  • Nightclubs
  • Concert venues
  • Festivals
  • Theme parks
  • Higher education (in person), except where supporting essential workforce activities, including but not limited to providing housing solutions, COVID-19 response, and training and instruction for the essential workforce.
  • Recreational team sports

You can find industry-specific guidance at

The following signs can be used by Businesses:

Click on the image to open a PDF.

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Customer Code of Conduct for Businesses PCPHA