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Today, Mayor Wheeler signed an emergency order to permit outdoor restaurant seating in parking lots on private property. This order is in addition to the directive signed on July 29 that allows outdoor dining on public on-street parking.
Both orders are part of a united effort to help dining establishments expand outdoor dining due to the economic impacts caused by COVID-19. Two separate orders meet requirements for public and private property.
Read the new emergency order to expand outdoor dining in private parking lots and find the application here.
“Expanding dining outdoors in private lots will help our local restaurants facing reduced seating indoors due to COVID-19,” said Mayor Wheeler. “This second emergency order increases the number of restaurants eligible to provide dining outside and opens up more opportunities for dining for residents.”
The resolution goes into effect immediately and will remain in place until further notice.
Restaurants can read the emergency order and find details on submitting a proposal for outdoor dining on private property here. Completed proposals can be emailed to email@example.com.
For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.