What's Open and What's Not - Visit Palm Springs

What’s Open and What’s Not

Revised: April 7, 2021

Riverside County is in the Orange Tier

OPEN WITH MODIFICATIONS

& ADJUSTED CAPACITIES

Banks and credit unions

Can open with modifications

Bars (where no meals provided)

Can open outdoors only with modifications

Body waxing studios

Can open indoors with modifications

Breweries (where no meals provided)

Can open outdoors indoors with modifications
– Max 25% capacity, or 100 people, whichever is fewer

Cardrooms

Can open indoors with modifications
– Max 25% capacity

Dance studios

Can open indoors with modifications
– Max 25% capacity
– +Indoor pools

 Farmers markets

Can open with modifications

Florists

Can open with modifications

Gas stations

Can open with modifications

Grocery stores

Can open with modifications

Gyms and fitness centers

Can open indoors with modifications
– Max 25% capacity
– +Indoor pools

Hair salons and barbershops

Can open indoors with modifications

 Hospitals and urgent care

Can open with modifications

Hotels and lodging

Can open with modifications
– +Fitness centers (+25%)
– +Indoor pools

Laundromats and laundry services

Can open with modifications

Libraries

Can open with modifications

Live performances

Can open outdoors only with modifications
– Max capacity 33%, including suites
– Max capacity of 67% with negative test result or proof of full vaccination
– Suite max capacity 25%
– In-state attendees only
– Advanced reservations only
– Restricted concessions and dining

Massage therapy studios

Can open indoors with modifications

Movie theaters

Can open indoors with modifications
– Max 50% capacity or 200 people, whichever is fewer

Museums

Can open indoors with modifications
– Indoor activities max 50% capacity

Nail salons

Can open indoors with modifications

Outdoor playgrounds

Can open with modifications

Outdoor recreation

Can open with modifications

Pharmacies

Can open with modifications

Piercing shops

Can open indoors with modifications

Places of worship

Can open indoors with modifications
– Max 50% capacity

Restaurants (dine-in)

Can open indoors with modifications
– Max 50% capacity or 200 people, whichever is fewer

Restaurants (take-out and delivery)

Can open with modifications

Retailers

Can open with modifications

Short-term lodging rentals

Can open with modifications
– +Fitness centers (+25%)
– +Indoor pools

Skateparks

Can open with modifications

Skin care services

Can open indoors with modifications

Swimming pools

Can open outdoors with modifications.

Tattoo parlors

Can open indoors with modifications

Weddings

Indoor ceremonies permitted with modifications.

Outdoor and indoor receptions permitted for up to three households, including host and guests.

Indoor receptions are strongly discouraged.
– Max 50% capacity

Yoga studios

Can open indoors with modifications
– Max 25% capacity
– +Indoor pools

Zoos

Can open indoors with modifications
– Indoor activities max 50% capacity

Not Open

Concert Venues
Live Theater
Nightclubs
Palm Springs Architecture Museum (opens in Sept)
Palm Springs Convention Center
Saunas & Steam Rooms

 

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