How long will restaurants, bars, and gyms (and personal training) be closed?

Starting on May 27, the state began to allow restaurants to offer indoor dine-in service at 50-percent of the posted occupancy code limit and a maximum of 50 patrons. Guidelines include parties limited to eight people, tables must be six feet apart, all employees must wear face coverings, and deep cleanings and disinfecting must be done on surfaces with each turnover. 

The City of Brighton is dedicated to working with restaurants in order to maximize the number of patrons possible at each establishment. As such, City staff is providing specific guidelines for those looking to temporarily expand operations safely and timely into adjacent areas including parking lots - details here.

Bars and gyms remain closed. Personal training is allowed inside a gym, as long as the facility is closed to the public.



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1. When will city buildings re-open?
2. Are parks closed?
3. How long will restaurants, bars, and gyms (and personal training) be closed?
4. Are pools closed?
5. Are youth day and sports camps allowed?
6. Will the police department facility remain open to the public?
7. Will the city continue to hold public meetings and/or events?
8. Can I still pay my water bill in person?
9. Will the city continue issuing contractors licenses, building permits and performing inspections?
10. Will the city continue issuing sales tax/business licenses?
11. I have a scheduled court date. Will the courts be operating?
12. Why did the city declare a local disaster?
13. Is my water safe?
14. What happens if I’ve paid for lessons, programs or sports at the Brighton Recreation Center?
15. What do I do about my quarterly/annual membership at the Brighton Recreation Center?
16. My child was in the recreation center preschool classes. What can I expect?
17. Is the Recycling Center still open?
18. What is happening with my water bill?
19. Is there help available if I can't pay my water bill?