Moving to Orange and Crocker Trail Survey

By: MADISON DAVIS, CEO/President, Brisbane Chamber of Commerce, madison@brisbanechamber.org, 415-467-7283

 

Moving to Orange

San Mateo County is expected to move from the red tier to the orange tier on Tuesday which brings new levels of opening.

The following businesses will be able to be open without limiting capacity: hair salons, retail, malls (food court capacity will be limited), nail salons, electrolysis, personal care services, tattooing and piercing

The following businesses can open with 50% capacity: Museums/zoos/aquariums, places of worship (max 200 people), restaurants for indoor dining (max 200 people)

The following businesses can open with 25% capacity: movie theaters (max 100 people), hotel fitness centers/indoor pools, wineries (max 100 people), some family entertainment centers, cardrooms, small theme parks (max 500 people)

The following businesses can open with 20% capacity: professional sports (outdoor stadiums)

The following businesses must still only operate outdoors: bars and breweries 

Non-essential offices can reopen in-person workspaces but should encourage teleworking 

 

Crocker Trail Survey

Some of you may be aware that the City is developing an informed and practical master plan for the Crocker Park Recreational Trail. The master plan will highlight opportunities desired by the community and stakeholders to improve connectivity and safety, preserve local sensitive environments, promote recreation on the trail, embrace public art and interpretive education, and plan for the trail’s legacy.  If you (as someone who works in Brisbane) use the trail, we would welcome your input.  Here is the link to the Crocker Trail project page.  In order to participate in the survey, you need just scroll down and click on the orange button that says “Take survey here.”