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6/4 Update from City Manager Joe Gorton

Dear San Ramon Community,

On Tuesday, June 2, Contra Costa County Health Services released an updated Public Health Order, which took effect on Wednesday, June 3.

The order allows additional office workplaces to re-open, along with in-person retail, and additional childcare and small outdoor group gatherings, with specific guidelines.

The order also permits services that don't require close customer contact, such as pet grooming, housekeeping, car washes, and plumbing to resume, with safety measures, and libraries can reopen for curbside pickup.

Beginning June 15, religious services may also resume under specific guidelines.

Read the full Press Release from Contra Costa Health Services

Read the Full Health Order, issued on June 2

For guidelines around additional businesses that may resume, read Appendix C-1: Additional Businesses (updated 6/2/2020)

For guidelines around additional activities that may resume, read Appendix C-2: Additional Activities

Read the County's Interim Guidance for Modified Childcare During COVID-19

Read the County's updated Health Order FAQ

Read a list of What's Open

Click here for information on Scheduling a COVID-19 Test


Virtual Mayor's Breakfast: Friday, June 5

This week’s community update, hosted by San Ramon Mayor Bill Clarkson, will be streamed live on YouTube on Friday, June 5 at 9 a.m. Guests include Joe Gorton, San Ramon City Manager; Craig Stevens, San Ramon Police Chief; Candace Andersen, Contra Costa County District 2 Supervisor; Stewart Bambino, President/CEO San Ramon Chamber of Commerce; Dennis Garrison, Business Owner, Former San Ramon Chamber of Commerce Chair, and Former San Ramon City Council Member.

More information and recordings of all Virtual Mayor’s Breakfasts


Reminder: Modified Summer Camps Begin June 8

San Ramon Summer Camps are open for registration and will be offered with some modifications to comply with the most recent county, state and CDC guidelines. The health and safety of our campers and staff is our first priority!

Learn more about our revised Summer Camps and safety procedures, and register here


Run San Ramon: Virtual Event July 1–11, 2020

The annual 4th of July Run San Ramon 5k, 10k & Fastest Mile will be a virtual event this year. Presented by the City of San Ramon and Chevron, the 2020 Virtual Run San Ramon is celebrating its 28th consecutive year, and this year residents can start their Independence Day celebrations with a run a walk to create a stronger community. Enjoy a 5k, 10k, or 1 mile route of your choice and post your time online between July 1–July 11. All participants will receive a special virtual run edition short-sleeve commemorative shirt, race bib, and finisher medal, must-have addition to the Run San Ramon collection.

Learn more and register for the Virtual Run San Ramon


Community Resources for San Ramon

We encourage you to explore the following information and resources are available at the City of San Ramon’s website, which are updated regularly:


Ways to Stay Informed


Social media: Facebook, Twitter, NextDoor

General Questions: (925) 973-2500

General COVID-19 Help Line for San Ramon: (925) 973-3240

Senior Hotline (English): (925) 973-3250

Senior Voicemail Line (Mandarin): (925) 973-3277

Contra Costa County Help Line: 2-1-1



As always, we are grateful to our community for its strength, support and care for one another!

Joe Gorton

San Ramon City Manager


Previous COVID-19 updates from the City of San Ramon