Pleasant Hill & Bay Area COVID-19 Response
Fellow travelers and Phill aficionados everywhere, the health and safety of our residents and visitors are our highest priorities. We are working closely with the City of Pleasant Hill and Contra Costa County to gather and share the latest developments about COVID-19 and travel directives.
The City Manager has issued a Proclamation of Local Emergency with the City Council expected to ratify the Proclamation at a special meeting at 4 p.m. Monday, March 23. Proclaiming a local state of emergency enables the City to access mutual aid and obtain reimbursement of eligible costs from the California Disaster Assistance Act for labor, materials purchased, and expended supplies related to this incident.
Contra Costa Health Services is the lead agency in this response to a public health emergency. Their website is updated frequently and is an excellent source of information on COVID-19 in Contra Costa County.
California State Updates (as of Mar. 15)
Governor Newsom has asked that all bars, night clubs, wineries, and breweries close in California. Restaurants are to focus on takeout for those isolating and maximize social distancing. Learn more. We encourage everyone who can do so safely to support our local restaurants by ordering takeout from participating locations.
Governor Newsom has issued a new executive order canceling large gatherings of more than 250 people. Learn more.
In the meantime, practice recommended health guidelines to protect yourself and others:
- Wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
- Cover your cough or sneeze.
- Stay home.
- Avoid touching your face.
- Try alternatives to shaking hands, like an elbow bump or wave.
- If you have recently returned from a country, state, or region with ongoing COVID-19 infections, monitor your health, and follow the instructions of public health officials.
- There is no recommendation to wear masks at this time to prevent yourself from getting sick.
Attraction Updates (as of Mar. 16)
- Big Bus Tours – All operations in San Francisco (and all other cities) are suspended until further notice.
- Museum of Ice Cream – Closed through Mar. 31.
- PIER 39 – The pier is closed through Apr. 7.
- The Presidio – All park-operated public facilities and programs are closed and canceled. However, the hiking trails and open spaces remain open.
Event Updates (as of Mar. 20)
- A.C.T. – All plays and performances canceled through Apr. 12.
- Bay Area Theater Week – The Bay Theater Week has been postponed.
- Bay to Breakers – The race, taking place on May 31, has been postponed to Sept. 20, 2020.
- Chase Center – All concerts canceled through Mar. 31.
- “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” – Performances are suspended through Mar. 31.
- “Hamilton: The Musical” – Performances are suspended through Mar. 31.
- Rock ‘n’ Roll San Francisco Marathon – The race, taking place on Apr. 5, has been postponed.
- Sonoma International Film Festival – The festival has been canceled.
Museum Updates (as of Mar. 13)
- Asian Art Museum – The Museum is closed tentatively until March
- Bay Area Discovery Museum – The museum is closed until Mar. 31.
- California Academy of Sciences – The museum is closed through Mar. 31.
- Contemporary Jewish Museum – The museum is temporarily closed
- de Young Museum/Legion of Honor – The de Young and Legion of Honor is closed until March 31
- Exploratorium – The museum will be closed through Mar. 31.
- San Francisco Botanical Garden – All public programs are canceled through Mar. 31, however, the garden will remain open.
- SFMOMA – The museum is closed through Apr. 30 and all March events have been canceled.
- Walt Disney Family Museum – The museum is closed until Apr. 7 at the earliest.
Sports Updates (as of Mar. 20)
- Golden State Warriors – The NBA season has been suspended.
- LPGA Mediheal Championship – The tournament has been postponed to a later date.
- PGA Championship – The tournament has been postponed to a later date.
- San Francisco SailGP – The race, happening May 2 – 3, has been canceled.
- San Francisco Giants – Major League Baseball has canceled the remainder of its Spring Training games and delayed the start of the 2020 regular season by at least two weeks.