CALIFORNIA REGIONAL STAY-AT-HOME ORDER LIFTED
Welcome Visitors! San Luis Obispo County is now open and ready to welcome you to our beautiful destination. As of June 15, 2021, Governor Gavin Newsom terminated the executive orders that put into place the Stay Home Order and the Blueprint for a Safer Economy. The only remaining restrictions involve large events (over 10,000 people outdoors or 5,000 indoors), including theme parks and large sporting events. Attendees should check guidelines with event operators when buying tickets or making reservations. California is aligned with federal rules on face coverings, meaning they could be required in some congested environments.
RESTRICTIONS THAT ENDED ON JUNE 15 INCLUDE:
Capacity limits on businesses
County tier system
For full details, including information on continuing safety measures, click HERE.
To learn more about the impact of COVID-19 across San Luis Obispo County, you can visit ReadySLO.org for current updates.Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: www.cdc.gov/coronavirus
U.S. Travel Association: www.ustravel.org-covid-19
California Department of Public Health: www.cdph.ca.gov
San Luis Obispo County Health Agency: www.slocounty.ca.gov
Highway 1 at Rat Creek in Monterey County is opened as of Friday, April 23 at noon. Travelers should expect a few minutes of delays (5-10 minutes) as Caltrans finalizes the construction activities. All tourism-related businesses are open in all directions in San Luis Obispo County. Click here for direct routes from San Francisco or Los Angeles. For more information about road closures, check the CalTrans-District 5 website, Caltrans map and the Caltrans District 5 Twitter page.
For everything to do and see along this iconic California roadway, click here.
For more information on planning your trip along Highway 1, visit SLO CAL's Getting Here page.