Safely reopening Marin County from COVID-19


Resources and guidelines for safely reopening

Some businesses are not permitted to operate during the COVID-19 outbreak. These are stressful times. Together we can get through this.

Guidelines for Reopening Businesses

Marin County has launched a variety of working groups, comprised of industry professionals, to advise and support the reopening of local businesses. This process is driven by monitoring public health and behavior, business input and expertise, and adherence to the latest public health requirements to move forward with a safe, economically sound, and socially sensitive recovery and reopening plan for industries and businesses throughout the County.

An overview of Marin's business reopenings to date can be accessed online.

Lease and Eviction Protection

As the dynamic COVID-19 emergency continues to evolve, measures are being taken to bring housing and commercial security to residents and businesses who have been economically impacted by the crisis.  After more than three months of its shelter-in-place public health order because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Marin County added another month onto its moratorium on residential evictions.

The State and the County are making efforts to prevent renters from being evicted while also supporting landlords.  For all of the latest information, visit Renter & Landlord Resources page.

Job Loss

If you have lost your job as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the State of California has launched Onward CA, a one-stop resource guide for Californians impacted by job loss during this crisis to help you get back to work as quickly as possible.  Onward CA consists of a coalition of companies, foundations, and humans who want to help; help you get money or groceries or child care; help you upskill, reskill, or refresh; and help you land a great new job.

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