Online Permit for Temporary Outdoor Business Services by City of Moreno Valley
The tiers are designated by four colors: purple (widespread), red (substantial), orange (moderate), and yellow (minimal with the lowest restrictions).
Riverside County is currently in the purple (widespread) tier which means that some businesses can now return to indoor operations, with safeguards in place, while others can continue to operate outdoors.
Businesses that may continue to operate outdoors are gyms, nail salons, skincare services, and massages.
To view the state’s guidance, please visit covid19.ca.gov.
To help assist businesses through the changes, the City has created an online permit for Temporary Outdoor Business Services. Permit fees will be waived.
This permit would allow you to establish outdoor operations in order to remain open while staying in compliance with the Governor’s order.
Business owners who can meet the state and county’s health requirements can complete and submit their Temporary Outdoor Business permit application.
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