Coronavirus
Safe In The South Bay

The “Safe in the South Bay” program has been created for restaurants and businesses in El Segundo, Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach, Palos Verdes Peninsula, Redondo Beach and Torrance. The Chambers of Commerce from those cities have partnered with Beach Cities Health District (BCHD) to provide health guidance and a self-certification process related to Los Angeles County’s Safer at Work and in the Community Health Officer Order. The program also seeks to give consumers confidence that participating businesses are committed to taking all necessary steps to ensure the health of their customers and employees.

The Safe in the South Bay program is open to all businesses in participating cities. To participate, businesses will need to self-certify that they are following the Los Angeles County reopening protocols, which include:

  • Enforce use of face coverings for employees and customers
  • Practice physical distancing of at least six feet
  • Enact temperature/symptom checks for employees and customers
  • Conduct regular cleanings and frequent disinfection
  • Provide hand sanitizer for employees and customers
  • Limit amount of contact required at point of purchase
  • Post a copy of the Los Angeles County reopening protocol at the business’ entrance and distribute copies to employees


Each business must also fill out the Safe in the South Bay pledge. Businesses can access the Safe in the South Bay pledge at each Chamber’s website. They will fill out a pledge and can display the Safe in the South Bay seal at the entrance of their business.

If you're interested in joining the regional Safe in the South Bay program, fill out the interest form here.

The Safe in the South Bay seal is a way for consumers to easily identify businesses who have, in good faith, completed the self-certification process to reopen. All businesses in the county need to plan, implement and post the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health’s reopening protocol in accordance with the Health Officer Order. Learn more about the sector reopening protocols here.

Read the press release here.

Participating South Bay Businesses

El Segundo
• EL GRINGO
• Farmers Insurance Bagues-Wagner Agency
• Natural Simplicity
• Old town patio
• Paragon Beauty by Mia
• Studio Antiques & Vinyl Records
• Surfridge Brewing Co.
• DoubleTree by Hilton LAX - El Segundo
• El Segundo Chamber of Commerce
• The Jewerly Source
• Richmond Bar & Grill
• Metro Cafe
• Sausal
• Solutionist Consulting, LLC
• Image360 South Bay
• Custom Design & construction
• Upshift Brewing Company
• Havana
• ReNew Health

Hermosa Beach
• Baja Sharkeez
• Details Shoes & Accessories
• Edward Jones
• EL GRINGO
• Gum Tree
• Kinecta
• Palmilla
• Pedone’s Pizza
• Salon 1085
• Sol Baby
• The Source Cafe
• Tower 12
• Hermosa Brewing Company
• Open Minds LLC (Sylvan Learning Center)
• Bikini Junkie
• All About Me!
• The Rockefeller Hermosa Beach
• MOSA Coastal
• Hermosa Beach Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau
• Sea Sprite Hotel

Manhattan Beach
• AdventurePlex
• EL GRINGO
• MB nails and spa
• Nick’s Manhattan Beach
• Noelle Interiors
• Oceanographic Teaching Stations, Inc.
• Pages: A Bookstore
• Right Tribe
• Rock’N Fish
• Shade Hotel Manhattan Beach
• Shellback Tavern
• Tabula Rasa Essentials Inc
• Tacolicious
• The Source Cafe Manhattan Beach
• The Strand House
• vineyard vines
• Vuori
• Waterleaf Home
• zinc@shade
• William B and Friends
• White House Pilates
• Rock & Brews Restaurants
• Yoga Loft MB
• Look Optometry
• Starbucks
• Margaret O’Leary
• The Rockefeller Manhattan Beach
• Bacchus Wine Made Simple
• Beach Cities Dentistry
• BREWCO
• CHA SPA
• Current Events
• Grunions Sports Bar & Grill
• Gum Tree
• homie
• Hush Hair Salon
• JOHN POST GALLERY
• Kasai Hair
• Kinecta Federal Credit Union
• Lori J. Clark, OD
• Love & Salt
• Manhattan Beach Chamber of Commerce
• Manhattan Beach Creamery
• Manhattan Beach Vision Group
• Manhattan Denim
• Manhattan Plaza
• The Waste Less Shop
• Always Best Care Senior Services
• GROW
• Village Runner

Redondo Beach
• “O” de Kirei
• Beach Cities Health District
• Beach Cities Rover
• Captain Kidds Fish Market & Restaurant
• Dance 1
• EL GRINGO
• Kinecta Federal Credit union
• Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce
• Riviera Mexican Grill
• Sea Level Restaurant and Lounge
• Shade Hotel Redondo Beach
• Ten Thousand Villages
• THIRTY-TWO Salon | Spa
• Klein Creative Media
• Rock & Brews Restaurants
• Independent Repair
• Good Stuff Restaurant
• Riviera House
• Real Estate Professionals Int
• The Rockefeller Redondo Beach
• Critic’s Choice Catering
• South Bay Galleria
• Gabi James
• Village Runner
• Pacific Standard

Torrance
• Primo Italia
• The Brews Hall
•El Camino College