Lompoc Temporarily Permits Outdoor Dining
LOMPOC, CA, May 22, 2020 – Lompoc City Manager Jim Throop, acting in his capacity as director of emergency services, has issued a proclamation effective immediately, temporarily suspending city regulations that would prohibit outdoor dining.
This proclamation was issued to allow restaurants to operate at full capacity, while also complying with social distancing requirements.
Per the proclamation, all Lompoc restaurants and other establishments where dining is allowed are temporarily permitted to provide for outdoor dining in a private parking lot adjacent to the dining businesses, as long as the requirements outlined in the proclamation are followed.
Although the proclamation goes into effect immediately, the matter will be presented to the Lompoc City Council for ratification and approval at its next regular meeting on June 2.
The emergency proclamation can be viewed in full at: Emergency Proclamation 3 5.22.2020.
Santa Barbara County Public Health self-certification is also required for dine-in restaurants to open, and can be completed at: https://recoverysbc.org/reopen-your-business/