Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update & Event Cancellations
In our continuing effort to be your reliable go-to resource for visitors, residents, business owners, and our local non-profits, Visit Lodi! is posting updates of official information to this page.
Due to the national emergency of COVID-19, we will be closing our visitors' center and working remotely to answer your visitor questions until further notice. You can reach us by phone, email, social media or Live Chat.
Please know that our first priority is the health, safety, and well-being of everyone visiting our community. We are continually engaging with health experts and hospitality industry leaders to provide the very latest information to our partners throughout the area. At our wineries, hotels, restaurants, event venues, and attractions, our hospitality partners are taking numerous steps to ensure the cleanliness of their properties. Some of the additional actions being taken include increased cleaning and disinfecting, enhanced hand sanitizer stations, ongoing education awareness of staff, and more. We want to ensure that your stay in Lodi will be safe, comfortable, and memorable.
- Restaurant Status - Dine-In, Pickup, Curbside, Take-Out
- Attractions Status
- List of Winery Discounts/Specials
Government Loan & Grant Programs:
Current Major Event Postponements & Cancellations, Business Closures & Changes:
We encourage you to visit our events calendar for the latest event info - we will be removing events that have been canceled or postponed. Please understand we are doing our best to provide the latest information.
3/30/20: CARES Act Paycheck Protection Program Announced. More info.
3/29/20: Self-employed workers now eligible for unemployment benefits.
3/29/20: The President extends the voluntary national shelter in for a month to April 30th.
3/27/20: The President signed a $2 trillion stimulus package which includes sending $1,200 checks to many Americans, creating a $367 billion loan program for small businesses, and setting up a $500 billion fund for industries, cities and states.
3/20/20: The Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control is temporarily suspending enforcement of specific legal prohibitions allowing restaurants to sell alcohol with their meals. See the full notice here.
3/19/20: The Governor issued an order for all 40 million Californians to stay at home. The directive goes into effect Thursday evening. Those found violating the law could be fined up to $1,000. People may still leave their homes for walks and exercise and for essential needs such as food and medical care. Restaurant meals can still be delivered to homes. Restaurants — along with grocery stores, pharmacies, food banks, farmers markets, convenience stores, and other food businesses — are considered “essential businesses" may remain open. See the list of 'essential critical infrastrure workers'.
3/18/20: The Governor launches official COVID-19 Resource Page
3/17/20: The Governor calls for a closure to dine-in service for restaurants. They can remain open if they offer take-out service. Closures for gyms, health clubs, and movie theaters are recommended as well.
3/16/20: The White House advised all Americans to avoid groups of more than 10 and urged older people to stay at home in a set of new guidelines designed to fight a spreading coronavirus outbreak.
3/15/20: The Governor has ordered the closure of all bars, wineries, nightclubs and tap houses. Restaurants must reduce capacity by 50% and enact a social distancing strategy.
3/12/20: The state’s public health experts have determined that gatherings should be postponed or canceled across the state until at least the end of March. Non-essential gatherings must be limited to no more than 250 people, while smaller events can proceed only if the organizers can implement social distancing of 6 feet per person.
Local Information and Resources:
City of Lodi Stay at Home FAQs
City of Lodi Information and Closures - www.lodi.gov/ - City Offices, Libraries and Community Centers Closed
San Joaquin County Public Health
Employee/Employer Resources from EDD
Ways To Keep Serving Guests
AgSafe COVID-19 Resources
California Association of Winegrape Growers (CAWG) COVID-19 Alert Update and News
Wine Institute COVID-19 Update
Travel Industry Resources:
Facebook Business Grants
List of Disinfectans For Use Against Covid-19
SBA Disaster Loan Program
Printable Resources from the CDC
California Department of Public Health
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Map
New York Times Coronavirus Content Hub