May 18, 2020 
Our destination's approval to reopen is subject to Riverside County receiving its certification to reopen. The County is asking for more people to get tested and for all businesses to abide by State Orders. Please take caution, code enforcement is active within our region. As companies prepare to reopen and communicate the measures they are taking, travel safety perceptions continue to improve. Temecula Valley is ready; we hope you have a reopening plan in place and are communicating it to your stakeholders and staff.

Orders & Recommendations 

  • Riverside County Reverts to State Orders. Riverside County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to rescind County Health Orders to align with the governor’s statewide stay at home order. Face masks are no longer required but instead strongly recommended.
  • Phase 2 of reopening businesses description
  • The State released guidelines for restaurants with dine-in services for counties that have certified. 
  • State face covering guidance explained

Updated Stay at Home Order from the State Public Health Officer.

California COVID-19 General Guidance by Industry

California COVID-19 General Checklists by Industry

 

News Updates

 

  • Tuesday, May 12, Riverside County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a plan for a reopening framework and sent it to the state of California. On Wednesday, May 13, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, and Orange Counties collaborated to send a letter to Governor Newsom requesting a meeting to discuss the possibility of these counties proceeding to Phase 2.5. Riverside County Fourth District Supervisor, Manuel Perez, states the County meets or exceeds six out of 7 of the State’s criteria. Perez also states no deaths in 14 days is unrealistic for the size of these counties. Click to listen to the County Press Conference from Friday, May 15.
  • Temecula City Council approved a plan that offers guidance to local businesses within the city and wine country on reopening. The City worked closely with VTV to create the content under Tourism based on VTV survey results and feedback from our members.
  • Curbside retail is permissible in Riverside County. 
  • VTV Recovery Plan is available for viewing. 
  • This week’s Coronavirus Travel Sentiment Index presented by Destination Analyst.
Opportunities

 

The City of Temecula is providing the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) additional office space for free one-on-one consulting services to existing businesses who have experienced disruptions as a result of COVID-19. Business owners can received guidance and advice from industry experts. If interested in making an appointment, please email pnolta@iesmallbusiness.com.

News Updates

 

  • Tuesday, May 12, Riverside County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a plan for a reopening framework and sent it to the state of California. On Wednesday, May 13, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, and Orange Counties collaborated to send a letter to Governor Newsom requesting a meeting to discuss the possibility of these counties proceeding to Phase 2.5. Riverside County Fourth District Supervisor, Manuel Perez, states the County meets or exceeds six out of 7 of the State’s criteria. Perez also states no deaths in 14 days is unrealistic for the size of these counties. Click to listen to the County Press Conference from Friday, May 15.
  • Temecula City Council approved a plan that offers guidance to local businesses within the city and wine country on reopening. The City worked closely with VTV to create the content under Tourism based on VTV survey results and feedback from our members.
  • Curbside retail is permissible in Riverside County. 
  • VTV Recovery Plan is available for viewing. 
  • This week’s Coronavirus Travel Sentiment Index presented by Destination Analyst.
Opportunities

 

The City of Temecula is providing the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) additional office space for free one-on-one consulting services to existing businesses who have experienced disruptions as a result of COVID-19. Business owners can received guidance and advice from industry experts. If interested in making an appointment, please email pnolta@iesmallbusiness.com.

Resources 

Local

Industry

International Council for Shopping Centers “COVID-19 Re-Opening Best Practices

News Updates

  • Tuesday, May 12, Riverside County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a plan for a reopening framework and sent it to the state of California. On Wednesday, May 13, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, and Orange Counties collaborated to send a letter to Governor Newsom requesting a meeting to discuss the possibility of these counties proceeding to Phase 2.5. Riverside County Fourth District Supervisor, Manuel Perez, states the County meets or exceeds six out of 7 of the State’s criteria. Perez also states no deaths in 14 days is unrealistic for the size of these counties. Click to listen to the County Press Conference from Friday, May 15.
  • Temecula City Council approved a plan that offers guidance to local businesses within the city and wine country on reopening. The City worked closely with VTV to create the content under Tourism based on VTV survey results and feedback from our members.
  • Curbside retail is permissible in Riverside County. 
  • VTV Recovery Plan is available for viewing. 
  • This week’s Coronavirus Travel Sentiment Index presented by Destination Analyst.
Opportunities

The City of Temecula is providing the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) additional office space for free one-on-one consulting services to existing businesses who have experienced disruptions as a result of COVID-19. Business owners can received guidance and advice from industry experts. If interested in making an appointment, please email pnolta@iesmallbusiness.com.

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