Important information and resources for the Los Altos business community. If business owners have questions, they can reach the City’s Economic Development Coordinator, Anthony Carnesecca, by email at email@example.com or by phone at 650-947-2620.
Information from the City of Los Altos concerning:
- Which businesses are considered ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES that
- Social Distancing Requirements including, but not limited to, when any customers are standing in line.
All outdoor seating must remain closed
To restaurant owners, cafe owners, and customers:
Please help us to keep our restaurants and cafes open and able to offer take-out options.
The social distancing order requires that all outdoor seating areas be closed and that individuals must not hang around after receiving their pick-up orders.
If you are a cafe or restaurant downtown that has outdoor seating, please close these down. We do not want to potentially lose the ability to continue serving pickup.
As customers, please be mindful of the wellbeing of our community by leaving once you have picked up your orders.
A Facebook group where businesses can post their menus and information on their take-out, curbside and delivery options.
Let's all help to support our local restaurants.
Grocery stores are working tirelessly to keep stores stocked, to accommodate vulnerable populations and to protect the health of patrons. Click on individual store links for information on store hours, special hours for vulnerable populations and more.
Tax Filing amid COVID-19
Yesterday, Treasury Secretary Mnuchin announced the IRS deadline for FILING taxes has been extended to July 15th due to the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, the deadline for both FILING federal tax returns and PAYING federal income taxes owed is now July 15th. This is in line with the recent announcement that the California tax return filing and payment deadline was extended to July 15th.