Close Main Street & State Street for Outside Dining

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Given Governor Gavin Newsom’s guidelines for reopening restaurants and businesses, it makes sense to have more outdoor space available to restaurants and small businesses in Downtown Los Altos. By closing Main Street and State Street to cars and traffic, it will open up the streets to pedestrian traffic and expanded dining and retail space.
Let’s support our local businesses while practicing safe social distancing!

As these COVID-19 safety responses are fast becoming our new normal for the foreseeable future, parking and traffic flow will not be affected by these street closures.

With summer approaching and schools wrapping up for the year, it’s the perfect opportunity to enjoy safe family time outside while also encouraging and supporting our local economy.

We can join Menlo Park, Palo Alto, Mountain View, Redwood City, San Carlos, and San Mateo in beginning these efforts at safely opening sectors allowed under state guidelines and aid our local economic recovery, giving local businesses a chance at getting back on their feet and doing what they love best - serving their community!