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June 16, 2020


Reopen Placer COVID-19

The California Department of Public Health released guidance on Friday for a number of personal care services. These businesses may resume operations in Placer County as early as June 19 after implementing the guidance, with no further approval needed from the local health officer.

The list of personal care services includes many that require touching a client's face, e.g., facials, electrolysis, and waxing. This guidance also applies to esthetician, skin care, and cosmetology services; electrology; nail salons; body art professionals, tattoo parlors, and piercing shops; and massage therapy (in non-healthcare settings).

This guidance includes protections intended to support a safe, clean environment for workers and customers by reducing risk of transmission of COVID-19. For example, workers and customers at nail salons, tattoo parlors and massage businesses must wear face coverings.

Personal service business owners can visit Reopen Placer's "Ready, Set, Prep!" webpage for guidance.

 

Religious and non-religious wedding ceremonies may resume following the State's "Places of Worship" guidance, including attendance, though receptions and parties are not permitted.

Read the "Places of Worship" guidance here.

 

Distanced, non-contact athletic drills and conditioning (including among youth) may resume under guidance.

Read the athletic guidance here.

 

Businesses and activities eligible for reopening last Friday include:

  • Schools and school-based programs
  • Day camps
  • Hotels, lodging and short-term rentals (for tourism and individual travel)
  • Campgrounds, RV parks and outdoor recreation
  • Professional sports without live audiences
  • Music, film and television production
  • Gyms and fitness centers, including pools
  • Family entertainment centers
  • Zoos, museums, galleries and aquariums
  • Bars and wineries; and
  • Cardrooms and racetracks

 


Business masks COVID-19

Free face coverings and hand sanitizer for your business

Businesses that have reopened in Stages 1, 2 and 3 of state guidelines can request free face coverings and hand sanitizer, thanks to a partnership between the City of Roseville and the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce. 

Learn more and submit your request

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Roseville Police alignment with "8Can'tWait" campaign, and the use of body-worn cameras

From Roseville Police Chief James Maccoun

A recent justice-reform movement titled “8CantWait” highlights eight suggested principles in policing. According to the organization behind this campaign, if their eight policy adjustments are implemented, they believe the measures will cause a reduction of use-of-force-related deaths.

We've developed a comparison of information that isn't intended to debate the validity of the study behind the “8CantWait”campaign. Rather our comparison will briefly highlight the eight policies in their campaign and compare their recommendations to the existing policies of the City of Roseville Police Department and California state law.

We’ve received many inquiries about body-worn cameras as well. As I’ve stated publicly before, the City of Roseville and the Roseville Police Department have long seen the value in police body cameras as a measure of transparency. The recent discussions at both state and federal levels regarding new laws or regulations may provide a welcome opportunity for funding options as well as consistent standards for the technology and its application. We continue to monitor this closely.

Read more here.

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City Council to hold virtual meeting Wednesday

The Roseville City Council will hold its meeting at 6 p.m., Wednesday June 17 through video conferencing to follow state stay-at-home orders.

The meeting will be broadcast live on the city's website, the city's government access channel (Comcast 14, Consolidated Communications 73 and AT&T U-verse) and the city's YouTube channel. It will also be available on-demand on the city's website.

The public can submit public comments by phone during the meetings at 916-774-5353 or by email at publiccomment@roseville.ca.us.

The meeting agenda can be viewed here.

 


Weekly COVID-19 report June 12 2020

Why are cases of COVID-19 increasing? Placer County Public Health has developed an update to provide data and context around local case trends.

Read the update

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COVID-19 risks

Make informed decisions before going out

As reopening continues, Placer County Public Health and the City of Roseville's goal is to help you make informed decisions about the risk of COVID-19. Here's a look at some things to consider before participating in activities.

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COVID-19 testing

utility scams

Scammers are in our community claiming to represent the City of Roseville. They are asking utility customers to provide banking information due to an overcharge on their utility bill.

If you are ever in doubt about whether or not the call is legitimate, simply hang up and call our utility billing office at (916) 774-5300 to verify. Do not call back the number they have provided – that is part of the scam.

Our utility billing phone lines are open 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m, Monday – Thursday, and 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Friday.

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Important COVID-19 links:

Reopen Placer

Rumor Control about COVID-19 from FEMA

City of Roseville COVID-19 information

COVID-19 in California

Placer County COVID-19 information

California Department of Public Health

 
 
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