COVID-19

Placer Valley Recovery and Health Updates

We want you to experience the best of our Placer Valley area while following ever-evolving health guidelines. Below you will find information on our county's COVID-19 response, new hotel safety measures, and local healthcare contacts. We've also compiled a list of local highlights we recommend exploring.

If you are considering a trip to the Placer Valley, please reach out to us with any requests on information or resources we can provide to make you feel confident in your next visit.

Keeping Guests and Residents Safe

As the Placer Valley begins the thoughtful process of re-opening, we want our guests and residents to be as informed as possible. Follow this link to for information on COVID-19 cases and testing sites in Placer County. The Blueprint for a Safer Economy outlines all of the state guidelines for our county by industry.

To keep our area as healthy as possible, we ask everyone to follow these recommendations to prevent the spread of the virus:

  • Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If not available, use hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands
  • Avoid contact with people who are sick
  • Stay home while you are sick and avoid close contact with others
  • Cover your mouth/nose with a tissue or sleeve when coughing or sneezing
  • Wear cloth face coverings - such as a bandanna, scarf or homemade cloth cover – when leaving the house for essential activities

Traveling Peace of Mind

Our 25 Placer Valley hotels are committed to guests' well being and making sure you feel safe when you start traveling again. Check out how our local area's hotel brands promise to take care of you:

How to Get Care

If you fall ill while you are in Placer Valley, the area is serviced by two primary hospitals:

Get Outdoors

Placer Valley is full of easily accessible walking trails and hidden gems to uncover. If you want to stay nearby, check out the trail map provided by each city for walking and cycling.

Up for a short drive? Within 30 minutes you can reach two of California's beautiful State Parks; the Auburn State Recreation Area and the Folsom Lake State Recreation Area. Also within a convenient driving distance is a favorite spot for locals; Hidden Falls Regional Park.

Currently, all of the parks mentioned above are open but be sure to check with recreation areas before visiting for the most up to date regulations!

Drink Local on the Placer Wine and Ale Trail

Many businesses along the Placer County Wine and Ale Trail are getting creative; from outdoor tasting areas to food truck pairings. For those searching for something on the go, travel the trail to pick-up your order curbside. A complete list of wineries and breweries in the Placer Valley can be found below.

Retail Opening

We are excited to see our local shopping areas open for in-store retail experiences and convenient curbside pick-up. Visit the Westfield Galleria Mall in Roseville, open for in-store shopping with new safety and cleanliness standards. Local stores throughout Roseville, Rocklin and Lincoln are starting to welcome visitors back in as well. Check out the many small businesses and shopping districts Placer Valley has to offer.