City (COVID-19) Information Page

stage 2

The State is currently in Stage 2 of the COVID-19 reopening process called the Resilience Roadmap.  The State determines when and how each county may reopen based on a county’s ability to meet the State’s public health criteria.  Businesses in Stage 2 are considered to be lower risk workplaces and we are in the early stages of Stage 2 statewide.  On May 20, the California Department of Public Health approved SLO County’s attestation moving the County fully into Stage 2 which includes dine-in restaurants and in-person retail. Businesses must review the public health guidance for their respective industry sector and complete a Self-Certification Form prior to reopening.  

For more information on this reopening process, please visit  

Our progress in achieving key public health metrics will continue to allow a gradual re-opening of California’s economy.  The public health metrics continue to trend in a positive direction including number of new cases per day, number of hospitalizations, and number of cases recovered which indicates the county’s progress in “flattening the curve” through the shelter-at-home order and physical distance requirements

On Monday, June 1st at the City Council Meeting the City Council adopted an Urgency Face Covering Ordinance that requires three thing for businesses to carry out: 1) post signage with the CDC recommendation about use of face coverings (see below), 2) provide face coverings to employees, and 3) require employees to wear them if they can’t maintain physical distance from customers. The ordinance does not require customer usage but businesses can require this as a business decision.

Ordinance No. 20-05 - Urgency Face Covering Ordinance

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Face Covering Signage    (en Español) 

Grover Beach is a strong and resilient community and we have taken numerous actions to protect our community and minimize the spread of COVID-19. We know this is a difficult time for our residents and businesses and we appreciate the South County Chambers of Commerce for providing assistance to businesses. We need to work together as one community to help one another get through this situation. The City of Grover Beach is committed to serving our community and continue providing important services while ensuring public health and safety.

The City has continued its focus on providing essential services in accordance with the statewide “stay at home” order. City facilities including City Hall and Community Centers remain closed to public access and as an employee workplace with City staff continuing to work primarily from home to continue providing services. The Police Station and Corporation Yard remain in operation given their essential services function. The City has recently reopened sports courts at City parks with the guidance that individuals needed to abide by appropriate physical distance requirements. Playgrounds remain closed as reopening of playgrounds is not allowed until Stage 3 of the State’s Resilience Roadmap.  The public can call the City’s main telephone line at (805) 473-4550 or send an email to to ask questions or get more information about the City’s response or services during this time.

Below are links to news releases, public notices, and other information about the COVID-19 pandemic. You can also visit for more information from the County. 

COVID-19 Updates 

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