Check back for updates on decisions by local cities and counties. December 9, 2020 - See Health Services: State Updates Guidance to Allow Outdoor Playgrounds to Open . However, the decision to move forward with opening playgrounds is up to local jurisdictions. By nearly any measure, COVID-19 infections are spreading through Contra Costa County at rates higher than any seen to date, and there is nothing in the data yet to suggest that this wave of infections will ease. Alameda County: Playgrounds will be allowed to open, according to a county spokesperson. In response to the change, officials in at least four of the five Bay Area counties subject to the order — San Francisco, Contra Costa, Alameda and Santa Clara — said playgrounds could reopen. California’s regional stay-at-home order was adjusted Wednesday, Decemeber 9, to allow outdoor playgrounds to reopen. This week, San Francisco, Alameda, Contra Costa, Santa Clara and Marin counties closed playgrounds as well as any dining at restaurants, plus other restrictions as a … The Greater Sacramento region will go … CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CA — Contra Costa County met the requirements for two consecutive weeks to move from the purple to the red tier on California's COVID-19 risk assessing blueprint Tuesday. December 10, 2020 - See updated Mass Quarantine Order . ... Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco and Santa Clara — and the city of Berkeley voluntarily implemented the state’s … No (except in Contra Costa County). of Public Health announced Tuesday. Contra Costa moved into the state's red or substantial COVID-19 risk tier and will now be able to reopen and expand services and businesses. Outdoor playgrounds in California can now reopen, although rules on face coverings and social distancing remain in place, the California Dept. The county is aligned with the state’s stance on playgrounds. How about basketball courts? Vacunación Contra el COVID-19. ... Playgrounds reopen under California stay-at-home order. Can tennis courts reopen under the new order? Listed below are examples of activities not permitted to be done and facilities not permitted to be open under the order (both indoors and outdoors). The voluntary order for San Francisco, Santa Clara, Marin, Contra Costa and Alameda counties also shuttered playgrounds. Contra Costa County Allowed To Reopen Under Red Tier Guidelines - San Ramon, CA - Contra Costa moved into the state's red or substantial COVID-19 risk tier and will now be able to reopen … Without much further explanation, the state responded Wednesday by posting updated guidance permitting playgrounds to reopen. San Francisco's Recreation and Park Department is reopening playgrounds on Dec. 10, 2020. The county recorded a 3.7 percent positivity rate over a week-long period and will now move forward with reopening. Below is the current state’s guidelines for playgrounds: Playgrounds may remain open to facilitate physically distanced personal health and wellness through outdoor exercise.