The City of West Hollywood is currently responding to the unprecedented Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and is working as quickly as possible to address community needs with links to resources, information, and relief for our residents, businesses, and community members.


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Los Angeles County Public Health Order

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Los Angeles County Public Health Order

The City is urging community members to follow Los Angeles County Department of Public Health revised Health Officer Orders.

The purpose of these Orders is to continue to stem and slow the spread of COVID-19 in the County and across the region. The City of West Hollywood is in the jurisdiction of Los Angeles County.


LA County Public Health issued a revised Order on July 1:

The revised Order reflects the closure of indoor dining at restaurants. Takeout, pickup, curbside, and outdoor dining will be continued to be permitted at restaurants in adherence with infection control protocols established by LA County Public Health. The follows the June 28 closure of bars, wineries, and brewery tasting rooms and bar areas within restaurants.


An additional June 29 temporary Order reflects the Temporary Closure of Public Beaches, Piers, Beach Bike Paths and Beach Access Points, and Temporary Prohibition of Fireworks Shows and Events (July 3 to July 6):


Many types of businesses remain permitted with infection controls and adherence to protocols. For additional information, please visit the LA County Public Health website:


Additional links to topics such as re-opening protocols, and more:


The City of West Hollywood has declared a local emergency in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

When in public, community members should maintain your space with social (physical) distancing of at least six feet, and cover that face to adhere to City, County, and State requirements for the use of face coverings. Face coverings are not required for young children under two-years-old; children between two- and eight-years-old should only wear face coverings with adult supervision; and people with certain medical conditions are exempt from this requirement.

LA County Public Health officials recommend that everyone must continue to follow physical distancing and infection control directives and wear a clean cloth face covering that securely covers both your nose and mouth when in contact with other people not in your household.

The City encourages residents to remain home as much as is practical and limit close contact with others outside of a household. Additionally, people 65 years old or older and all people of any age with underlying health conditions should remain at home whenever possible; people in these categories should only leave their residences to seek medical care, exercise, or obtain food or other necessities.