What's OPEN & Closed in San Diego - as of 12/6/20 Stay At Home Orders


TONIGHT AT MIDNIGHT on Sunday 12/6/20 is when the new “stay at home” orders for California go into effect. 😔 Zoos, aquariums, playgrounds (later allowed to remain open as of 12/9/20!) and more will all be CLOSED TOMORROW 12/7 for at least 3 weeks. Dec. 28th will be the next reassessment date to determine if things can reopen again or remain closed…


If we can all put the greater good of our friends and family and small businesses and local economy ahead of our personal wants to gather this year, I’m HOPEFUL this will be the LAST of the lockdowns. 🤞🤞 Please consider canceling any family or friends holiday gatherings this year. #itsnotworthit 🙏 🙏 Let’s do this TOGETHER and we’ll get through it sooner and healthier. 🕊 💛 💚 ❤️ ✌️

Here’s a list of what will be CLOSING effective at midnight:👇


indoor & outdoor playgrounds (reversed 12/9/20 - see below)

indoor recreational facilities

hair salons & barbershops

personal care services

museums, zoos & aquariums

movie theaters

wineries, bars, breweries & distilleries

family entertainment centers

cardamoms & satellite wagering

limited services

live audience sports

amusement parks

Here’s a list of what will REMAIN OPEN:👇

OutdoorVenuesListed As An "Outdoor Recreational Facility"

-->This Includes:


-Most city & count parks will remain open


-Playgrounds will REMAIN OPEN (this was allowed on 12/9/20)


-Most Botanical Gardens are listed as an outdoor recreational facility:

-San Diego Botanical Gardens

-Water Conservation Garden

-Alta Vista Botanical Gardens


-Balboa Park (museums are closed, but it's fun to just walk around)


-Seaport Village (some shops are open at 20% cap, fun to walk around here)


-Liberty Station (restaurants, public market and some shops are open at 20% cap, fu to walk around here)


-HIKING: some State & National Parks for socially distanced hiking (most or all campgrounds are closed)


-BIKING: there are lots of bike paths available most have flat paved pathways around the many reservoirs, bayside or river trails



What Else Remains Open:

retail stores at 20% capacity


schools with a waiver


“critical infrastructure” sectors