What does this means? If you are serving customers who do not wear a mask, you can be cited. A second citation could cost you your business.
For your reference and reminder, please click here to see the OSHA updated guidelines (Link)
Declaration of Emergency Directive 024 (6/24/2020)
City staff creates “wear masks” posters – free to businesses
We are hoping to look somewhat uniform in our message to customers to please wear a mask for their sake and ours. Instead of the typed or handwritten messages seen all over town, you are welcome to pick up FREE posters to place outside your place of business asking customers to please wear masks or risk being turned away. Here’s the art (Poster 1) (Poster 2) The size for each poster is approximately: 11″ x 17″. Come by the Chamber office to pick up your posters. Call ahead to allow us to have them ready: 882-1565.
Restaurants: Got space for a few outdoor tables?
There are city regulations regarding outdoor dining and we want to remind you that you must petition for an “encroachment permit.” At this week’s Board of Supervisor’s meeting, encroachment permits and other issues will be discussed to try to assist restaurants in their battle to stay solvent during this time of uncertainty. Outdoor dining and take-out is still acceptable; indoor dining may soon be closed if the numbers continue to rise.
Necessary supplies to battle COVID-19 spread are still hard to obtain
Whether for business or home use, it’s hard to find PPE and sanitizers. And, if you can find it, the cost is high, thus increasing the cost of doing business.
We are working with the City to use some of their CARES Act funding to pay for needed items for businesses to remain in compliance.
We have sent out a survey to our member businesses to determine whether the businesses can obtain these supplies – no strings attached. (Link)
If you did not receive this online survey, please contact us at 882-1565 and we can take it over the phone.