The City of Laguna Beach Urges Social Distancing during the COVID-19 Pandemic while enjoying the City’s Beaches, Parks and Trails.
The City of Laguna Beach is closely monitoring the number of people enjoying Laguna Beach’s parks, beaches and trails this weekend (March 21 2029 and March 22 2020).
The City of Laguna Beach shares your concern about slowing the spread of COVID-19, or the coronavirus, and urge all residents and visitors to practice social distancing at all times – even outside.
Governor Newsom’s stay at home order permits outdoor activity.
So long as you are maintaining a safe social distance of six feet from people who aren’t part of your household, it is ok to go outside for exercise, a walk or fresh air.
Although most people were cooperative on the City’s beaches Saturday March 21 2020, the City is monitoring social distancing on beaches and will consider closures if distancing is not maintained.
Laguna Beach City Social Distancing Actions For COVID-19 Pandemic
Main Beach Basketball Courts Are Closed
Main Beach Volleyball Courts Are Closed
All City Basketball Courts Are Closed
All City Volleyball Courts Are Closed
All City Playgrounds Are Closed
Trails and Trailheads Remain Open
They will be closely monitored in conjunction with OC Parks.
If social distancing requirements are not met, additional actions including restricting or closing trails and trailheads will be considered.
Laguna Beach Police Department is Enforcing COVID-19 Orders
Non Essential Businesses That Remain Open will Be Closed
Social Distancing Guidelines Will Be Enforced at Essential Businesses and Open Restaurants
The City of Laguna Beach Thanks The Community For Their Patience
The situation is fluid and information provided in this statement is subject to change.
Laguna Beach Thanks the Community for patience as we all work together to figure out how to live and exist in this new environment.
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