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Shasta County's Response to Local Emergencies

What can open now, and how can we reopen safely?

Find the state's Blueprint for a Safer Economy and industry specific guidanceRequired modifications are listed in the guidance and checklists.

What is open new tier system


Schools are not universally affected by a county's change in tiers, though they may decide to move to distance learning for a variety of reasons, including availability of staff. Regardless of what tier a county falls into, it is recommended that a K-12 school closes when at least 5% of staff and students test positive for COVID-19 within 14 days, and school districts should close if one-quarter of schools in the districts are closed due to COVID-19 cases. 

Local Guidance

Trick-or-treating and other fall celebrations

We Can Help!

If you need technical assistance creating your business checklist, or if you have questions, email

Need personal protective equipment?

The California Office of Emergency Services has partnered with the California Manufacturing and Technology Association to connect businesses with PPE manufacturers. You can order supplies at

For Consumers

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Business Resources

Questions about any of this? Our team can help. Email

Look for the Star

List of Star Program Participants

Print and display informational signs at your place of business to improve safety.

Employers, medical providers, churches: Encourage your clients, visitors and staff to get tested for COVID-19 regularly as part of your reopening plan. Click on and print the flyer below and post it in a visible place.

Testing Flyer, English Testing Flyer, Spanish

History: The Shasta County Roadmap to Recovery, created in May, is a path toward re-opening the county. This is our attestation to the state and the Board of Supervisors approved a letter of support.