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Due to the rise in COVID-19 cases in certain neighborhoods, the City is implementing restrictions for businesses in three zones identified by the State: red, orange, and yellow. Red zones are the areas of the most concern and the greatest restrictions.

The closures and new rules will take effect on Thursday, October 8th and will last for at least 14 days.

Type of ActivityRed ZoneOrange ZoneYellow Zone
BusinessesEssential businesses openEssential and low-risk non-essential businesses open* Open
DiningDelivery and takeout onlyDelivery, takeout, and outdoor dining only
4 person maximum per table
Delivery, takeout, outdoor and indoor dining allowed
4 person maximum per table

* High-risk non-essential businesses must be closed, including gyms and fitness centers and personal care services (such as barbers, hair salons, spas, tattoo or piercing parlors, nail technicians and nail salons, cosmetologists, estheticians, laser hair removal, and electrolysis) 

You can use the City's COVID-19 zone finder to find out which zone a business is located in.

If the business is within a defined COVID-19 zone, you can report it here.

If the business is not in a currently designated COVID-19 zone, visit the Business Reopening Complaint page instead.

An exact address and business name are required to file a complaint. If you would like to report more than one business, you must file a complaint for each business/location.

Essential businesses and business activities that are open may remain open, but they must follow health and safety rules.

Essential businesses include:

  • Banks and related financial institutions
  • Bike repair shops
  • Child care centers
  • Dentists
  • Grocery and food production
  • Healthcare providers
  • Laundromats
  • Media
  • Restaurants, bars, and cafes (Limited to food take-out and delivery only; waiver provided for carry-out alcohol)
  • Pharmacies
  • Shipping
  • Taxis and car services
  • Utilities
  • Warehousing

Get information and guidance on essential services under the State Executive Order.