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Anaheim has been aggressively and proactively addressing the coronavirus crisis since it first arrived in Orange County in early 2020.

The City Council declared a local public health and safety emergency on March 16, 2020. Read the declaration here.

Part of the city's efforts to stop the spread and provide support to the community has been a series of executive actions taken by the city manager. The orders range from a mask mandate to eviction protections to regulatory relief.

Here's a list of all the orders to date.

Executive Order No. 1

  • Allows restaurants to sell takeout alcoholic beverages in conjunction with the purchase of food at restaurants, extends alcoholic beverage sales to 2 a.m.
  • See the order here

Executive Order No. 2

  • Allows for emergency homeless shelter at The Salvation Army Thrift Store
  • See the order here

Executive Order No. 3

  • Extension of Order No. 1
  • See the order here

Executive Order No. 4

  • Temporarily suspends special event permit requirement for businesses wanting to display signs informing customers of curbside pickup and food pickup services
  • See the order here

Executive Order No. 5

  • Bans residential and commercial evictions in the city of Anaheim for tenants impacted by COVID-19
  • See the order here

Executive Order No. 6

  • Temporarily suspends special event permit requirement and outdoor dining standards for restaurants to create or expand outdoor dining and use of outdoor space to promote physical distancing
  • See the order here

Executive Order No. 7

  • Mandates face coverings 
  • See the order here

Executive Order No. 8

  • Extension of Order No. 5
  • See the order here

Executive Order No. 9

  • Extension of Order No. 4
  • See the order here

Executive Order No. 10

  • Extension of Order No. 6
  • See the order here

Executive Order No. 11

  • Temporarily suspends permit and inspection fees for addition of tents, outdoor canopies, generators, temporary power poles, etc.
  • See the order here

Executive Order No. 12

  • Rescinds face covering mandate
  • See the order here 

Executive Order No. 13

  • Extends Executive Order No. 11 through Jan. 3, 2022
  • See the order here