Focus on Business:
Updates From City Hall
Virtual State of the City Address
Join us October 20 at 6:00 p.m., for an evening of live updates from City leaders, highlights from community members, interactive elements, and more.
Sacramento County COVID-19 Updates
Effective September 29, 2020 at 3:00 p.m., Citrus Heights (and the rest of Sacramento County) has moved into the State's "Red Tier" under the latest Sacramento County Public Health Order. The Red Tier allows the following sectors to open for “indoor operations with modifications.”

• All retail (maximum 50% capacity)
• Critical infrastructure (https://covid19.ca.gov/essential-workforce/)
• Gyms and fitness centers (maximum 10% capacity)
• Hair salons and barbershops
• Movie theaters (maximum 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer)
• Museums, zoos, aquariums (maximum 25% capacity)
• Nail salons and physician-ordered electrolysis operations
• Personal care services (e.g. body waxing, estheticians)
• Places of worship (maximum 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer)
• Professional sports (without live audiences)
• Restaurants (maximum 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer)
• Shopping centers (e.g. malls, destination centers, swap meets, excluding food courts and common areas) (maximum 50% capacity)

If you're looking for more information about a specific industry, please click here. If you are a business owner looking for more information, please visit the City's Business Roadmap Webpage.
Sacramento County COVID-19
Halloween Guidance
Sacramento County is on the cusp of moving from the most restrictive tier of the state’s new “Blueprint For a Safer Economy,” to the next tier, red. Sacramento County needs to maintain it's current numbers for two consecutive weeks in order to be permitted by the State to move into the red tier.
 
However, red is not our final destination. Our goal is to quickly move into the orange tier – which allows for wide spread opening of most sectors of the business community, allows for more activities for families and more importantly – indicates a slowing rate of spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Sacramento County is launching a new campaign “Turn Us Orange by Halloween” – a play on both the traditional Halloween colors and the state’s colored tier system.

With all of this information in mind, the following guidance has been approved to help us celebrate Halloween safety in our Citrus Heights community:

Citrus Heights Businesses #LoveLocal
We're working to collect and share photos from our businesses and residents to support messaging around the importance of shopping local!

Promote Your Business and Share Your #LoveLocal Pride: