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  • The Coast is Clear in Mendocino County! 

    Tourism to Mendocino County remains 100 percent operational with all major highways, lodging and attractions unaffected despite the flank of wildfires located in the region’s wilderness areas, according to Visit Mendocino County.  As of August 8, 2018 only six percent (6%) of the Ranch Fire is located within Mendocino County.

  • The Coast is Clear in Mendocino County!  

    Tourism to Mendocino County remains 100 percent operational with all major highways, lodging and attractions unaffected despite the flank of wildfires located in the region’s wilderness areas, according to Visit Mendocino County.  As of August 8, 2018 only six percent (6%) of the Ranch Fire is located within Mendocino County.

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    We Still Have Free Masks & Sanitizer for you...
     
    We can offer assistance with:
     
    • Free supplies of masks and sanitizer for your customers
    • Free posters, rack cards, graphics for social media that you can share
     
    Free Mask & Sanitizer Pick-up Hours
    MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY – CALL TO ARRANGE PICK-UP TIME
     
    (Please allow 24 hours to fill your order – while supplies last)
     
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    Safely reopening California

    As of June 15th, the Yellow tier system will be eliminated and the state will open nearly all activities with some modifications.  Mendocino County - Yellow Tier  Mendocino County Public Health was alerted by the State of California Department of Public Health that the county has officially entered the minimal "Yellow Tier".  

    For specific information on businesses or activities, please check the COVID19.CA.GOV website here:  https://covid19.ca.gov/safer-economy/.

    Changes to Emergency Temporary Standards

    Following the June 17 vote by the Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board to adopt the revised COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards, Governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive order to allow the revisions to immediately take effect on June 17. The revised regulations reflect the state’s latest COVID-19 public health guidance. The updates include changes to face coverings and physical distancing requirements. More information on the revised COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards can be found in Cal/OSHA’s Frequently Asked Questions.