As of July 13, 2020, Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered the following to close in 30 counties including Orange County:
- Indoor dining at restaurants: Outdoor dining and take-out are still permitted, please click here to view expanded outdoor dining guide
- Bars and breweries without food service
- Wineries and tasting rooms
- Movie theaters
- Zoos and Museums
- Fitness Centers
- Places of worship
- Offices for non-critical sectors
- Personal care services including hair salons, nail salons, barbershops, and tattoo parlors
- Indoor Malls : Fashion Island & Lido Marina Village are still open
- The State of California has made cloth face-coverings mandatory for anyone over the age of two in public spaces where there are others within six feet of you that reside outside of your household.
- For more health and safety guidelines during your visit to Newport Beach and Orange County, kindly observe the OC Health Officer’s orders & recommendations here.
- Please contact individual businesses ahead of time to learn about safety measures and patron guidelines before you visit.
What Is Open In Newport Beach?
Newport Beach hotel properties have placed appropriate protocols and procedures place to support the safety of guests. Please contact each hotel property for more information about safety guidelines and policies.
Short Term Rentals
A home away from home, Newport Beach short-term vacation rentals are available to rent. Please contact each individual company or property for more information about safety guidelines and policies.
View Vacation Rentals in Newport Beach
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Beaches are open for passive and active recreational use that follow physical distancing guidelines during normal beach hours (6 a.m. to 10 p.m.), 7 days a week. Parking lots, restrooms, the oceanfront Boardwalk, and Newport and Balboa piers are open. Newport Harbor is open for all normally allowed water activities. Fire pits are still closed.
As with all public spaces, the City of Newport Beach recommends that all people (1) stay close to home when you get outdoors, (2) not drive to parks or beaches, (3) venture out only with people in your immediate household, (4) actively walk, jog or bike in your neighborhood or local parks that remain open, (5) always maintain a social/ physical distance of 6 feet or more when recreating in the outdoors, and (6) leave public space if you cannot maintain social/ physical distancing. For more information, please visit: newportbeachca.gov
Open Air Nature Beyond The Beach
Fresh, beautiful and open-air natural spaces are located in every corner of Newport Beach. From hiking and biking trails to an ecological reserve and the West Coast’s largest recreational harbor, there are a variety of inspiring places to enjoy the great outdoors.
Socially-Distant Outdoor Recreation
Enjoy Newport Beach’s beautiful outdoors with these socially-distant land and water experiences. Please contact individual businesses about safety guidelines and protocols in advance.
Newport Beach restaurants are open for dine-in at reduced capacities following the county’s guidelines and safety protocols. The Newport Beach City Council unanimously adopted an ordinance to allow businesses to extend to outdoor spaces through temporary permits. Find some of our favorite open-air dining here!
Takeout and delivery are still offered at many of our 450+ restaurants. For a complete Newport Beach dining guide, visit DineNB.com.
Fashion Island, Lido Marina Village and a variety of local boutiques are ready to welcome you back. Most Newport Beach retail stores are located outside and are incorporating proper social distancing and sanitation measures to allow patrons to shop safely.
Beauty & Wellness
Hair salons, barbershops,nail salons, tattoo and piercing shops, skin care and cosmetology facilities, and gyms and fitness facilities have begun to open following the county’s detailed guidelines and safety protocols. Please call the business ahead of time for specific requirements including safety precautions, reservations and more.
Not Open Yet
- Outdoor playground equipment
- Indoor playgrounds such as bounce centers, ball pits and laser tag
- Live theater
- Saunas and steam rooms
- Concert venues
- Theme parks
- Higher education
- The 21st Annual Newport Beach Film Festival has rescheduled to Aug. 6-13.
- City of Newport Beach
- Orange County Health Care Agency COVID-19 Updates
- California Department of Public Health
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