Help to Temporarily Relocate Some Operations Outside
Today (July 15, 2020), the City of Vista issued a Temporary Emergency Order to relax outdoor use for personal care services, salon and barber shop services, and gym and fitness services to temporarily relocate their existing business operations to an adjacent outdoor area during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Effective today, the order was declared to support local businesses, while still protecting the health and safety of the community.
The City released the order following the State’s updated health order on July 13th which closed all indoor operations effective July 15th in gyms, houses of worship, non-critical office businesses, hair salons and barber shops, indoor malls and personal care services.
“It’s a top priority for the City of Vista to do everything we can to support our local businesses during this pandemic and still protect the health and safety of the community,” said Mayor Judy Ritter. “This temporary emergency order will provide the needed support to our Vista businesses so they are able to retain their employees and remain economically viable during this pandemic.”
Businesses interested in using the opportunity to temporarily relocate some services outdoors should contact the City’s Economic Development Department at 760.639.6165 or email at EconDev@CityofVista.com .