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COVID-19 GUIDANCE FOR EMPLOYERS, WORKERS, AND LOCAL BUSINESSES

Last updated on July 2, 2020 at 3:00pm

The rising concerns around COVID-19 (coronavirus) is creating a challenging business climate nationally and locally in Cupertino. This webpage can serve as a centralized resource for employers, employees, and local small businesses affected by the pandemic.  Information and additional resources will be updated as they become available.

GUIDANCE ON REOPENING YOUR BUSINESS
The City of Cupertino is supporting local business and has developed a Reopening Strategy Guide for restaurants and other types of businesses.  Click here to view or download a copy.

NEW UPDATE on JULY 2: COUNTY OF SANTA CLARA PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICER ISSUES NEW HEALTH ORDER The new order puts in place long-term risk reduction measures, and allows certain additional activities to resume with significant additional containment measures to control the spread of COVID-19.  The order will go into effect on July 13, or as soon as State approval is granted, whichever is later.  View New Requirements For All Businesses and New Social Distancing Protocols Must Be Submitted Online. 

NEW UPDATE: INSTRUCTIONS FOR OUTDOOR DINING IN CUPERTINO
To coincide with Santa Clara County’s revised Order effective June 5, the City of Cupertino is allowing outdoor and expanded area dining with a Special Temporary Outdoor Dining Permit.  There is no application fee or processing costs. 

Download the following forms:

1. Special Temporary Outdoor Dining Permit Application

2. Santa Clara County Fire Dept Permit Application

3. Santa Clara County Social Distancing Protocol (Health Order Appendix A)

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5. Create an Accela Citizen Access (ACA) account if you don’t already have one.  Click here for instructions.

Upload and submit your application and supporting documents online at:

  • Log onto Accela Citizen Access (ACA) Portal www.cupertino.org/aca
  • Click on the “Planning Tab” and “Create an Application”
  • Choose “Special Temporary Outdoor Dining Permit” and follow the steps

If you have any questions, please contact the Planning Division at planning@cupertino.org or (408) 777-3308.

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