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Tri-Valley Coronavirus Info

Important Information Regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

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In our continuing effort to be a reliable resource for visitors, residents, business owners, and our local non-profits, Visit Tri-Valley will be updating this page with important information. 

Re-opening road maps for Contra Costa County and Alameda County

Blueprint Activity and Business Tiers introduced August 31st can be found here. Breakdown of the new color tier system and how to move up can be found here

Please note: Due to a California state wide order, a mask or cloth face covering must be worn in most settings when outside your home.

The Alameda County Fairgrounds test site for Livermore, Dublin and Pleasanton has updated the criteria on who is eligible for a test. The site is still open until further notice, Monday – Friday from 9am-12pm or while supplies last. Tests are open with or without physician order and no appointment is needed.

For the latest info in the state of California, please see covid19.ca.gov

9/3/2020: Starting Friday, Sept. 4 hair salons and barbershops can operate indoors. Other limited reopenings in alignment with the State’s Purple Tier include outdoor family recreational activities, indoor malls at 25% capacity, and outdoor non-contact dance classes.

8/24/2020: On Friday, August 21, 2020 Alameda County issued Health Officer Orders to
reopen outdoor swimming pools, including The Wave in Dublin and outdoor hair salons, nail salons, barbershops, waxing services, skin care and non-medical massages.

Additionally, wineries in Alameda County can now offer outdoor tastings by appointment without needing to provide food. In alignment with the State’s Orders, this change does not apply to bars, breweries, pubs or brewpubs.

Guidance for these operations can be found here.  

7/29/2020: Contra Costa County passes urgency ordinance to establish fines for health order violations.

7/15/2020: Outdoor dining update: Alameda County has received approval to allow outdoor dining to continue. However, indoor malls including Stoneridge Mall will have to move to curbside pickup only. 

 7/13/2020: Due to orders from the State Health Department,  Contra Costa County will now have to close indoor malls, hair salons, offices as well as band any religious gatherings. 

6/29/2020: Contra Costa county will postpone their planned July 1st re-opening timeline until further notice. 

  • East Bay Parks can REOPEN except for those that were directly impacted by the fires which include Del Valle, Morgan Territory and Sunol. 
  • Weekends on Main in Downtown Pleasanton will continue to close Main St every Friday from 2pm until Sunday at 8pm through Labor Day Weekend.  
  • Pleasanton’s Farmers Market is currently open every Saturday from 9am-1pm. Dedicated senior shopping for residents aged 60+ is available from 8am-9am. Market will be reconfigured to allow for safe social distance among vendors/customers. Face masks are required and no pets are allowed. Click here to get the full detail of safety guidelines. 
  • Danville’s Farmers Market is currently open every Saturday from 9am-1pm. Face masks are required and no pets allowed. Click here for full detail of safety guidelines.
  • Livermore’s Farmers Market is every Sunday from 9am to 1pm.  
  • Livermore’s Summer Farmers Market will be on Thursday 4pm – 8pm.  
  • Dublin Farmer’s Market is currently open from 4pm-8pm each Thursday.  Attendees are encouraged to abide by social distancing guidelines and depart the Market as soon as purchases have been made. Additional guidelines can be read here.

While we are working hard to provide you with the latest information on event cancelations, we encourage you to contact the event producer or host facility for confirmation. Please let us know if we’ve missed anything by submitting cancellations and postponements to info@visittrivalley.com.

Bankhead Cancelations. Closed through August and possibly beyond. 
Museum On Main Update

Tri-Valley To Go

As the official destination management organization of the Tri-Valley, our focus is on the safety and health of our community as well as the viability of our local economy.

It goes without saying that our local businesses are what make the Tri-Valley unique, and they rely on spending to keep their doors open so they can provide for their families. It is imperative that we support these businesses financially during this time of uncertainty.

Several local businesses have taken additional precautions and adjusted their operations to keep their patrons and our community safe.

To help promote the patronage of our local partners, we will be highlighting businesses on our website and social media channels that are doing everything they can to operate safely in an unprecedented situation. This includes, but isn’t limited to businesses currently offering:
-Extra safety precautions
-Curbside pick-up
-To-go menus
-Online shopping or ordering
-Reduced shipping fees
-Gift cards for purchase

We are deeply moved by the way our communities have come together to support each other and our local businesses during this time. We encourage you to share what you, your neighbors, or your favorite businesses are doing to help support our community at this time by using #trivalleytogo in your social media posts or by commenting below.