What to do
Plan and timeline to safely reopen SF
Apply now for the Shared Spaces Program
The Shared Spaces Program offers a free, expedited permit to temporarily use the sidewalk or parking lane for business operations, like seating, dining, or retail pickup. Learn more and apply for a permit.
Latest rules for businesses
Check to see if your business can be open and where it is in the City's Reopening Plan and Timeline. You will need to follow public health guidelines. OEWD has a detailed timeline based on business type.
You and your customers must cover your face during certain activities. Learn more about mask and face coverings.
Curbside pickup has been expanded to include most retailers. Social distancing and other restrictions apply. Visit sf.gov/curbside to learn more.
Indoor events and gatherings are not allowed under the current Health Order until further notice. Small outdoor gatherings are allowed; people from different households may come together in a group totaling no more than 12 people for a Special Gathering. Read the FAQs for tips.
Special events on City property should contact the permitting land agency if they would like to discuss the status of their event.
Moratorium on evictions
Updates from Alcoholic Beverage Control
Free testing is currently available for any person living in San Francisco who has 1 symptom, or has been in close contact with a positive COVID-19 person. Any essential or frontline worker can also get tested, regardless of symptoms or exposure. Visit CityTestSF to learn more and schedule an appointment.
Watch the SF Virtual Nightlife & Entertainment Summit 2020
Support for the nightlife industry
Get support and guidance if you work in the industry
How the public can support nightlife
Last updated June 30, 2020