Last Updated: May 19, 2020
Alameda County Health Office Order-May 18, 2020 | Summary of Major Changes Retail stores are now able to open for curbside or storefront pick-up and/or delivery only. See Appendix C-1 for specific guidelines as retail stores must implement measures to prevent blocking pedestrian access or causing vehicle congestion while picking up goods.
On April 15, the Pleasanton City Council approved a Business Assistance Program to support businesses affected by COVID-19. The program is built around Communications and Promotion, Transient Occupancy Tax Penalties Waiver for hotels, City Utilities Penalties Waiver and Deposit Deferral, and a Business Support Fund. The Business Support Fund program sets aside approximately $3 million dollars to provide zero-interest, unsecured, short-term loans of $2,500-$2,900 to eligible independently, locally owned micro-enterprises, restaurants and retail businesses.
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Calls, emails, or other communications offering COVID-19 related grants or payments requesting personal financial information, advance fees, charges, including the purchase of gift cards are likely scams. Report any suspected fraud to Office of Inspector General Hotline at 800-767-0385 or online.
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