by Ashley Bautista
The County of Ventura has reached an important turning point for our community, County and our local economy. We have moved into Stage 2 of California’s roadmap to reopening where some lower-risk workplaces can gradually open with adaptations. This allows retail businesses to use curbside pickup or delivery to sell their goods and related manufacturing and logistics businesses to open.
Visit www.vcreopens.com and review the guidance
Upon reviewing the guidance, complete a detailed risk assessment of your business in accordance with the state guidelines
Complete a written worksite-specific COVID-19 Prevention Plan and post it at your business
Implement the prevention measures identified in your worksite-specific COVID-19 Prevention Plan
Designate an on-duty employee responsible for monitoring compliance with your plan
Complete the attestation
Upon completing your attestation, an official from your local jurisdiction may conduct a site visit
If you were a business that was already permitted to be open you too need to register and follow the seven steps.
Here are some examples of businesses that are able to reopen in addition to the businesses that were already open in Stage 1:
- Dentistry for preventative care.
- Retail for curbside delivery
- Pet grooming
- Office based businesses (telework remains strongly encouraged)
- Equestrian Centers/Horseback Riding
- Jet Ski/Boat/Bike Rentals
- Archery/Shooting Ranges
- Outdoor photography
- Outdoor museums
Questions? Please contact County of Ventura Public Information Officer Ashley Bautista at Ashley.email@example.com or call 805-654-2640. Stay up to date and sign up for daily updates at www.vcemergency.com.
What cities are in Ventura County? The unincorporated areas, along with the ten incorporated cities of Camarillo, Fillmore, Moorpark, Ojai, Oxnard, Port Hueneme, Santa Paula, Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks, and San Buenaventura (Ventura)this ranks Ventura as the 11th most populous county in the State.