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Updated 7/3/2020 9:00 AM

Los Angeles County  is currently working through the Roadmap to Recovery from COVID-19. For information related to the reopening process as well as resources, links, and up to date lists of what is allowed to be open, please visit our dedicated reopening web page here:  Business Reopening Information

A list of what is open and what is closed in our parks for the 4th of July weekend can be found here.

Business Reopening Information

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As Los Angeles County navigates the recovery process, Agoura Hills is committed to ensuring there is a groundwork in place for a safe reopening of our area businesses. Below you will find the city and county specific information and tools necessary to aid with effectively reopening your local business.

ROADMAP TO RECOVERY

Los Angeles County is following suit with the State's 5 stage reopening plan. Each stage allows for more businesses to reopen while following social distancing and health guidelines. We are currently in Stage 3 which allows lower-risk businesses, public spaces, and some higher-risk businesses to reopen.

The full roadmap to recovery provided by LA County is available: LA County Roadmap to Recovery

WHAT IS OPEN TODAY

A quick guide to what is currently allowed to open in LA County can be found on their website at this link: What's Open in LA County

This list includes the stages 1-3 businesses identified within LA County's most recent health officer order. The health order can be read in it's entirety here: LA County Health Officer Order 7/1/2020

The most recent order mandates that all restaurants, wineries, movie theaters, zoos & museums, entertainment centers,  and card rooms must close indoor operations effective immediately. Bars must close all operations effective immediately. We urge these businesses to read fully the county guidelines outlined in the health officer order by referring to their type of business in the appendixes listed in the health order.

Appendixes for the Health Officer Order are listed below:

Appendix I - Reopening Restaurants

Appendix J - Music/TV/Film Production

Appendix K - Day Camps

Appendix L - Fitness Establishments

Appendix M - Museums/Zoos/Galleries

Appendix N - Sports Facilities W/O Spectators

Appendix O - Campgrounds & RV Parks

Appendix P - Short Term Rentals

Appendix Q - Card rooms, satellite wagering facilities, racetrack wagering facilities

Appendix R - Personal Care Establishments

Appendix S - Bars, Wineries, Breweries

STEPS TO REOPENING YOUR BUSINESS IN AGOURA HILLS

(1)  Complete the appropriate Reopening Protocol Document for your business-type.  Protocols can be found listed on the Los Angeles County Public Health website at the following link: http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/coronavirus/.  Click on “Reopening Protocols” and select the appropriate category (i.e., “Restaurants Protocol”, “Retail Establishments”, etc.)

(2)  For questions regarding signage for advertising purposes, please contact the City’s Planning Director, Doug Hooper, at dhooper@ci.agoura-hills.ca.us

(3)  Temporary Outdoor Dining Permit application: Download the PDF here.

For questions or submittal of the Temporary Outdoor Dining Permit application, please email questions or completed application package to Dawn Robinson at drobinson@ci.agourahills.ca.us or call (818) 597-7337.

As a way of helping the reopening and recovery process of our business community, the following is a list of companies along with contact information, that are readily available and willing to assist in preparing exhibits , and a list of companies that are readily available to help with signage.

Exhibits Company List

Signage Company List

For general questions regarding the reopening of businesses within the City of Agoura Hills, please contact Community Development Director, Ramiro Adeva, at radeva@ci.agoura-hills.ca.us

RESTAURANT COUNTY RESOURCES

LA County Dine-In Restaurant Toolkit

Los Angeles County has released guidance for outdoor dining: LA County Outdoor Dining Guidance

Los Angeles County guidance for use of barriers in food service: LA County Barriers Guidance

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

The city of Agoura Hills has a limited amount of PPE (personal protective equipment) available to public  businesses on an as-needed basis. For inquiries regarding obtaining PPE equipment please email John Treichler at JTreichler@ci.agoura-hills.ca.us.

Below are local companies that have PPE supplies available:

MEDWEST SURGICAL INC. 

Sales Rep: Julie Urban

# 818-371-9744 or visit their websitewww.medwestsurgical.co

The ACME GROUP, INC.

Sales Rep: David Bernard

# 310-508-2081 or via email: acmegroup@mac.com

SOS SURVIVAL PRODUCTS

# 800-479-7998 or visit their website: www.sosproducts.com

Los Angeles County has a list of PPE vendors that can be accessed here: PPE Vendor List

LA COUNTY SIGNAGE FOR BUSINESSES

Stay Away If You Are Sick Signage

Protect Yourself From COVID-19 Signage

Physical Distancing Signage

Face Covering Signage

Floor Decal - Stand Here

Floor Decal - One Way

LA COUNTY GUIDANCE FOR CLEANING & CUSTODIAL STAFF

LA County Cleaning Guidance

LA County Custodial Guidance

LA COUNTY BUSINESS & WORKER DISASTER HELP CENTER

If you own a small business or are a worker that has been affected by COVID-19, you can get free support by either: Calling (833) 238-4450 or visiting http://LACountyHelpCenter.org

 LOS ANGELES AREA COVID-19 RELIEF FUND

The $3 million dollar Recovery Fund aims to assist small businesses, nonprofits, and microentrepreneurs that have been adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, providing $5,000 grants to microentrepreneurs, and $15,000 grants to non-profits and small businesses. To ensure equitable access to capital across various demographics throughout the region, grants will be distributed through an equitable lottery system.

More information is available on the website: https://www.lacovidfund.org/

SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DISASTER LOANS

The US Small Business Administration (SBA) is offering low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to California small business suffering economic injury as a result of COVID-19. Applicants may apply online, receive additional disaster assistance information and download applications at: disasterloan.sba.gov/ela. Applicants may also call SBA’s Customer Service Center at (800) 659-2955 or email disastercustomerservice@sba.gov for more information on SBA disaster assistance.

RESOURCES FOR BUSINESSES & WORKERS

If you’ve been laid off or had your hours reduced, you can apply for Unemployment Insurance through the State Employment Development Department (EDD). https://www.edd.ca.gov/unemployment/

Employees who need leave to take care of children or family members can apply for Paid Family Leave (PFL) through the State EDD. More Information available here.

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