Travel Responsibly in California
The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in shelter-in-place restrictions throughout the world, preventing travel and separating many of us from loved ones. As California begins to reopen and people once again move around our state, we are asking you to do so in a thoughtful, safe, and respectful manner.
A big part of that involves preparation. California’s recovery is unfolding at different rates in different communities, and the advisories in place vary by county and region. When you do plan to visit Beverly Hills, please familiarize yourself with our local guidelines and regulations.
Please also read and follow Visit California’s California Responsible Travel Code below, which is designed to ensure that the Golden State, and indeed Beverly Hills, remain beautiful and viable destinations for years to come.
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California Responsible Travel Code
- Roam Responsibly. I will explore California thoughtfully and responsibly, maintaining the utmost respect for everyone and everything I encounter.
- Educate Myself. I will do my research before traveling across the state, familiarizing myself with local regulations and community concerns, which may have changed over time.
- Safety First. I will follow public health directives from government officials, including physical distancing measures. I will take all necessary steps to minimize health risks to myself and others and stay home if I am sick.
- Preserve California. I will protect and nurture the Golden State’s pristine outdoor spaces and cultural icons, including Beverly Hills' parks and historic sites, by maintaining a light footprint at every turn and paying special attention to delicate ecosystems.
- Embrace Community. I will support local businesses and do my part to ensure the long-term prosperity of the places I visit.
- Celebrate Culture. I will immerse myself in California’s diverse local cultures and embrace the traditions and practices I encounter.
- Teach Others. I will lead by example and share these practices with fellow travelers, acknowledging that we all share the responsibility to protect California.
Published August 7, 2020