What to Know About COVID-19

Sunrise MarketPlace is committed to keeping you informed during the Coronavirus Pandemic. We will be continuing to monitor the situation and updating you, the consumer of any changes or closures to our businesses. Many of our businesses are temporarily closing, or reducing their operating hours and services to try to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Many restaurants are still offering carry-out and delivery. We encourage you to support Sunrise MarketPlace businesses in alternative ways during this time. Consider buying a gift card to use at a later date, shopping online (available for most retailers), or ordering carry-out / delivery at your favorite restaurant. Together, we can #supportSMP and get through this.

The Sunrise MarketPlace BID will update this page regularly; please email us at if we’ve missed something.

Visit the Sacramento County’s Department of Health Services for general information or questions about COVID-19 in Sacramento or call 2-1-1.

Visit the California Dept. of Public Health for updated guidelines for employers, workers, and families.

​​~   You can protect everyone from COVID-19 by NOT having or going to gatherings.
Stick to home as much as possible and practice social distancing with face coverings when you must​ be in public spaces.  ~


Upon Statewide Order by the California Department of Public Health and announced by Governor Gavin Newsom, the Sacramento County Public Health Officer has amended the Public Health Order to limit indoor operations of certain sectors and supports the new tier system for county monitoring and re-opening of business sectors. The Order goes into effect November 13, at 12 p.m., and will be in effect until it is rescinded or amended by the Health Officer. The Health Order aligns with previous health orders, but supersedes those of March 19, April 7, May 1, May 26, June 12, June 19, June 29, July 2,  July 14, August 28 (School Closure), August 31, September 23, September 29, and October 13. The Public Health Order continues to reinforce the direction that all individuals stay home as much as possible and carry on with social distancing and face covering protocols.

​For questions about the Public Health Order, call the Public Health hotline at (916) 875-2400.​ For complaints about unsafe practices at businesses (e.g. face coverings, social distancing), or violations of the Health Order, dial 3-1-1 or go to the Sacramento County 311 Connect website:​, or email,​.​​​​​

​​November 13, 2020 Public Health Order

On Nov. 10, the State of California announced new COVID-19 Tier assignmen​ts for counties. Due to increasing case rates, Sacramento County will move back to the more restrictive Tier 1 Purple. Effective at noon on Friday, Nov. 13, 2020, the amended Sacramento County Health Order will align with the State’s Purple Tier 1 for allowable activities, which closes certain indoor operations or reduces operational capacity. Learn more on the Sa​cCountyNews.
  • ​Summary of primary updates to the Nov. 13 Sacramento County Health Order:
    OUTDOOR operations only with mitigation measures: Cardrooms, satellite wagering; Family Entertainment Centers; Gyms and fitness centers; Movie theaters (includes maximum capacity); Museums, zoos, aquariums; Places of worship (includes maximum capacity); Playgrounds and recreational facilities; Restaurants; and Wineries.  *Bars, pubs, brewpubs and breweries may operate outdoors only if offering sit-down, outdoor meals.

    INDOOR operations with mitigation measures: All retail ​(maximum 25% capacity); Critical infrastructure; Hair salons and barbershops; Libraries (maximum 25% capacity); Nail salons and electrolysis operations; Personal care services; Professional sports (no live audiences); and Shopping centers (maximum 25% capacity) but excludes food courts/common areas​.

    • Appendix A – Social Distancing Protocol with Signs
    • State’s Tier system and specific allowable activities​​​
    • Schools:  In alignment with CDPH requirements, schools (all grade levels) that have reopened for in-person instruction, either under a waiver or while Sacramento County was in Red Tier 2 (9/29 – 11/10), are permitted to continue to conduct in-person instruction. Schools that have not reopened must wait until they are eligible again, either by waiver (grades TK-6 only) or when Sacramento County returns to Red Tier 2 for at least two weeks. See Order for additional details.

Rental Assistance

The Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) is offering emergency rental and utilities assistance for anyone in Sacramento County who has experienced financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Eligible applicants may receive assistance for past rent and utilities owed from April 1, 2020 to March 31, 2021 and may qualify to have a portion of their rent paid for April, May, and June 2021

Click here to view a full list of eligibility criteria, FAQs, or to fill out an application.

**Please note: The deadline to apply is this Friday, March 19.**


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