“While there is light at the end of this long tunnel, a shutdown will be devastating to our business community. Please continue to wear masks, maintain social distancing, and know your industry protocols. Your chamber alongside other regional organizations will continue to battle for additional federal funding, state resources, and fair treatment for all businesses.”Diann RogersPresident & CEO Rancho Cordova Area Chamber of Commerce
Sacramento County and the Greater Sacramento region, as designated by the State of California, Governor's Office, is under a regional shut-down and stay at home order. The Governor's order goes into effect when a region experiences less than 15% Intensive Care Unit (ICU) capacity/availability. The Greater Sacramento region began this lockdown on 12/10/2020 at 11:59 pm. This order is in effect for three weeks and will then be reevaluated, based on ICU capacity on a week by week basis thereafter. This order:
- Prohibits private gatherings of any size.
- Closes sector operations, excluding critical infrastructure and retail.
- Requires mask-wearing and social distancing.
Additionally, businesses have to comply with these restrictions.
Your Chamber, the City of Rancho Cordova, and the County of Sacramento offer a wide range of information and resources for both employers and employees in Rancho Cordova.
Free Testing Sites
Sacramento County is providing FREE Covid-19 testing for Sacramento County residents. In Rancho Cordova, this is offered every Tuesday at the below location by appointment.
CORDOVA NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH
10600 COLOMA ROAD, RANCHO CORDOVA
Preventive testing is limited to individuals who are not experiencing any symptoms.
QUESTIONS? CALL (916) 361-8684
Stay Safe, Mask Up
We can all help to stop the spread, save lives, and get businesses back! It starts with wearing a mask anytime you leave your home or are around members who are not within your household. The City of Rancho Cordova would like to remind you of these simple steps.
Stop the Spread
- HANDS: Wash them often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer.
- FACE: Wear a face covering or mask.
- SPACE: Keep a safe distance from others (at least 6 feet).
- HOME: Stay at home, especially if you are sick.
For more guidance from the City of Rancho Cordova on when to mask up and the exceptions, check out this flyer in English, Spanish, Russian and Farsi.
Check out the Visit Rancho Cordova COVID-19 Hub for travel guidance.