SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — For the first time in months, you can now dine-in at restaurants in Sacramento County. The county’s amended health order went into effect at noon Friday.
In an effort to help restaurants reopen, the city launched an expedited process for restaurants to participate in the “Farm to Form Al Fresco” outdoor dining program. This allows restaurants in city limits to expand their dining into public sidewalks and adjacent parking lots, expanding their socially-distant dining capacity.READ MORE: Proposed Casino Near Elk Grove Secures Funding
On Friday, you could see barricades getting set up lining K Street outside popular restaurants, expanding the sidewalk so people could walk by at a safe distance.READ MORE: Sources: Group Of Women Embroiled In Sacramento Catholic School OnlyFans Scandal
Midtown Association executive director Emily Baine-Michaels explained the outdoor barricade dining experience.
Restaurants that opened Friday started to fill up with many customers sitting outside.
Health officials want to remind customers to wear masks when they cannot maintain six feet of distance and wash their hands frequently. Additionally, you should only be dining with people from your household at this time.MORE NEWS: 'We Have Upheld Every Commitment': Steinberg Says Sacramento MLS Expansion Efforts To Continue After Lead Investor Backs Out
The city has launched a resource page for residents interested in participating in the Farm to Fork Al Fresco Program: cityofsacramento.org/alfresco