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Nightly Curfew in Effect in Alameda County

On June 1, 2020, Alameda County Sheriff Gregory Ahern issued a countywide Emergency Curfew Order in order to preserve public order and safety throughout the County. The curfew hours are from 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. the following day. The Order is in place until 5:00 a.m. on Friday, June 5, 2020. Per the Order, everyone must remain in their residence for the night unless traveling to their home or workplace or are in search of medical attention. Public safety personnel are not subject to this Order. Read the Order Setting Curfew.

Alameda County Health Officer Issues Orders Allowing Additional Restricted Business Operations

Note: On May 29, 2020, the Alameda County Public Health Department issued a press release reiterating that the Shelter-in-Place Order issued on May 18, 2020 remains in effect until further notice. Read the press release.

On May 18, 2020, the Alameda County Public Health Department updated the current Shelter-in-Place Order allowing some additional businesses to resume operations on a limited scale, and permitting highly regulated vehicle-based gatherings. The Shelter-in-Place Order remains in effect and everyone should continue to stay and work at home as much as possible; and wear a face covering when outside their home.

Business owners should be aware that:

  • The Order allows retail establishments to begin storefront pick-up and allows manufacturing, warehousing and logistical operations that support retail
    businesses to also resume as of May 18, 2020.
  • Essential and minimum business operations, as defined in the order, may continue.
  • All businesses operating in the County must update or create Site Specific Protection Plans to reflect State and County guidelines for operating.
  • All businesses in operation must follow social distancing and public health guidance to protect its employees and customers.

For more information, visit Alameda County Public Health Department’s COVID Business Recovery webpage or go to the "Health Order" tab (above).


We’re Here for You

The City of Dublin appreciates our business community and remains committed to being your source for reliable and accessible information and resources. The City continues to maintain a COVID-19 webpage and this COVID-19 Business Impacts webpage to provide you with up-to-date information and resources. 

The City is also on social media. Follow us on Twitter at @dublinpio and Facebook at @DublinCOVID19.

The Economic Development Division team is available via email or by calling 925-833-6650. Language assistance is available over the phone by request.

COVID-19 Business Resource Guide

The City of Dublin has published a Business Resource Guide for our local businesses who have been impacted by COVID-19. This Guide provides information on federal, state and local financial assistance as well as support programs, online tools, webinars, and private resources available to businesses. 

Business News Updates

Below is a list of the most recent emailed Special COVID-19 Notices to Businesses. For the archive of Special COVID-19 Business News Updates sent in March and April, see the archives page.

6/1/2020 PM: Special Notice #33

6/1/2020 AM: Special Notice #32

5/26/2020: Special Notice #31

5/22/2020: Special Notice #30

5/20/2020: Special Notice #29

5/18/2020: Special Notice #28

5/8/2020: Special Notice #27

5/6/2020: Special Notice #26

5/4/2020: Special Notice #25 

Didn’t receive these emailed notices? If you are a business in Dublin and did not receive the notices listed below via email, please sign-up using this online form or send us an email and request to be added to the Business News Update distribution list.