Marin County COVID-19 Travel Alerts

"Shelter in Place" means finding a safe location indoors and staying there until you are given an “all clear” or told to evacuate. The Marin Convention and Visitors Bureau is committed to providing travelers with accurate and timely resource information about traveling to our region safely. The health and safety of our Marin visitors and residents are our top priority during this difficult time. We are working to provide resources and updates from the County of Marin, State of California, San Francisco Travel Association and our lodging community, partners and stakeholders. We update this page when necessary.

Marin County announced the “Shelter in Place” order, March 16, 2020. More information here  Updated order April 29th click here Updated order May 15th click here
Marin County updated Short Term Rental lodging restriction order May 29th click here

Marin County Health & Human Services (Home page- link) https://coronavirus.marinhhs.org/

All Marin County Updates for COVID-19 https://coronavirus.marinhhs.org/updates and Resources https://coronavirus.marinhhs.org/additional-information

Find out how Marin County is Planning to Re-Open:  Marin Recovers 

California Department of Public Health:  https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/Immunization/ncov2019.aspx

San Francisco Travel COVID-19 Travel Alerts:  https://www.sftravel.com/article/san-francisco-covid-19-coronavirus-travel-alerts

 

U. S. Travel Association:  COVID-19 CARES Act Relief Resources


Visit Califfornia COVID-19 Resources


Marin County Lodging Information Here


SMART Train News Updates


Marin County Restaurants Offering Take-Out Now & Marin County Restaurants Offering Outdoor Dining Now

Food and Wine Options To-Go


Marin County Retailers Offering Curbside Pickup Now 


Marin County Virtual Offerings


 

County & State Parks / National Parks / Attractions Updates:

Effective May 18, 2020, most Marin County Parks have re-opened with PPE Protocols

Bicycling is Still Allowed for Essential Activities

Effective March 22, 2020, Point Reyes National Seashore Temporarily Closes Access to Key Areas

Effective March 22, 2020, Marin County Parks and Preserves are Closed 

Updates from The Golden Gate Park National Conservancy