Local Ordinance Database

LEGISLATION TRACKING BY JURISDICTION

Whether an independent grocer or large chain operator, running a business across multiple cities or counties requires grocery retailers to navigate a fragmented web of policies. To help our members navigate this issue and have a better picture of the requirements to open a prospective business in a new territory, CGA has created a database of local ordinances that is searchable by policy, locality and keyword.

Carlsbad Face Coverings

Approving the appropriation of $69,210 from the general fund to the Police Department’s FY21 operating budget for police officers to provide enhanced education and enforcement of the County Health Order’s face mask requirements at the beach; and 2)…

Hollister Face Coverings

This item would adopt an Ordinance, to require face coverings and other public health measures and incorporate penalties for violations of this Ordinance in accordance with the San Benito County. Fines will be 100 dollars. Read the ordinance

Alameda County Face Coverings

People who violate Alameda County health orders aimed at stopping the coronavirus will face fines ranging from $250 to $1,000 under an ordinance the Alameda City Council approved Tuesday. Read the ordinance

Mammoth Lakes Face Coverings

City Council discussion and possible action on response, management, and funding related to the COVID-19 Pandemic Public Health and Economic Emergency, including Council direction for preparation of a local Mask/Face Covering Ordinance or Emergency Services…

Los Angeles City Face Coverings

To allow businesses to require persons entering their premises to wear a face covering during the City’s Coronavirus emergency declaration. Read the ordinance

Alameda City Face Coverings

People who violate Alameda County health orders aimed at stopping the coronavirus could face fines ranging from $250 to $1,000 Read the ordinance

Encinitas Face Coverings

In a unanimous vote, City Council approved launching a new program focused on educating those refusing to wear face coverings. The three-month test program also institutes potential fines of up to $1,000 for residents for violating the public health order. Read…

San Juan Bautista Face Coverings

The city council on Aug. 18 unanimously voted to adopt a new executive order for anyone who violates the guidance. They can be subject to a citation starting at $100 for the first offense, with subsequent fines of $500 and $1,000 based on repeated violations. Read…