June 29: Interim City Manager and Director of Emergency Services Lane Dilg issued a nineteenth supplement that, with certain specified exceptions, extends Santa Monica’s local emergency declaration and all associated orders to July 31, 2020.
Later expiration dates stated in specific supplements remain unchanged. Here are the specified exceptions to the extension order that Santa Monica residents and businesses should know:
Santa Monica extends its local emergency as key metrics continue to show steep increases in community spread of COVID-19.
On June 29, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health announced more than 2,900 new cases of COVID-19, the single largest one-day case count since the pandemic began.
The County has also issued a modified Health Order closing LA County beaches and beach facilities to the public for the Fourth of July holiday weekend in an effort to prevent gatherings and crowds that may spread COVID-19.
Under the order, all beaches, beach parking lots, beach bike paths, beach facilities and beach accessways will be closed from 12:01 a.m. Friday, July 3, until 5 a.m. Monday, July 6.
In Santa Monica, this means the beaches will be completely closed to all recreational activities, the Santa Monica Pier will be closed, and Santa Monica’s portion of the beach bike path and all beach parking lots will also be closed.
For the latest information, please visit santamonica.gov/coronavirus, or call the City’s Coronavirus Hotline at (310) 458-8400.