Due to the rapidly changing variations of State guidance, please see the California Department of Public Health link to various guidance documents here. At this time, El Dorado County has no more restrictive guidance than that from the State.
See the State tier system and metrics, what is open and not open in each tier and other information on its Blueprint for a Safer Economy here.
Statewide, Mandatory Face Coverings Guidelines
Mandatory Face Coverings
State-issued Reopening Guidelines for:
Halloween & Dia de los Muertos (10/13/20)
Updated Guidance for Gatherings (10/9/20)
Updated Guidance for Small Cohorts/Groups of Children & Youth
Youth Sports & FAQ
K-12 School Reopening Guidance
Extended Personal Care Services (nail salons, tattoo parlors, estheticians, body waxing, piercing shops, cosmetology services, electrology, massage therapy)Campgrounds, RV Parks,
Hotels, Lodging & Short-term Rentals (VHRs)
Schools & School-based Programs
Cardrooms, Satellite Wagering Facilities & Racetracks
Family Entertainment Centers (Movie Theaters)
Restaurants, Bars & Wineries (Tasting Rooms)
Religious Services & Cultural Ceremonies
Museums, Galleries, Zoos & Aquariums
Gyms & Fitness Facilities (HOA/Apt.,Senior Living Pools)
Office Workspaces (pro sports without live audiences)
Retail (yard/garage sales)
County Guidelines for Whitewater Rafting Business
These guidelines and supporting materials are effective unless and until the State issues whitewater rafting-specific guidance.
Whitewater Rafting posting
Whitewater rafting risk infographic
Dr. Nancy Williams, El Dorado County's Public Health Officer, issued a Directive clarifying Governor Newsom’s March 19th “Stay At Home” Order as it relates to short-term lodging.
COVID-19 Short Term Rental Directive
The California Department of Public Health has consolidated state guidance on how to prepare and protect Californians from COVID-19 in a single location. This includes guidance for: