San Francisco Re-Opening Timeline

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Outdoor Dining, Indoor Retail & Certain Outdoor Activities To Resume On June 15, 2020; Additional Activities Will Be Permitted To Resume With Modifications In Mid-July & Mid-August


San Francisco Planned Reopening Timeline: The following list does not include all the businesses and activities that the city has included in the plan for re-opening. San Francisco will only allow re-opening of businesses and activities that are permitted under California state guidelines. For full information about the city’s plan to allow additional activities and business to reopen in phases, go to SF.gov/reopening.

Phase 2A – June 1, 2020: Child care; botanical gardens; outdoor museums and historical sites; outdoor curbside retail for services with minimal contact (shoe repair, dog grooming, etc.)

Phase 2B – June 15, 2020: Most indoor retail; outdoor dining; summer camps; private household indoor services; religious services and ceremonies; outdoor exercise classes; professional sports games, tournaments, and other entertainment venues with no spectators; non-emergency medical appointments

Phase 2C – July 13, 2020: Indoor dining with modifications; Hair salons and barbershops; real estate open houses (by appointment only)

Phase 3 – Mid-August (TBD, will be more than one sub-phase): Schools with modifications; bars; other personal services; nail salons; massage parlors; tattoo parlors; gyms and fitness centers; playgrounds; swimming pools; indoor museums

Phase 4 – TBD: Concert venues; live audience sports and performances; nightclubs; festivals; all hotels and lodging for leisure and tourism

Updates are available at: SFMayor.org.