Stay Home, Work Safe

Mayor Ron Nirenberg and County Judge Nelson Wolff issued an order to all residents living in San Antonio and Bexar County to stay home and only leave their homes to perform permitted activities.

These are permitted...

Necessary Supplies

Activities to obtain necessary supplies for themselves, their family and household, including groceries or food (such as from curbside or drive thru pickup from restaurants), pet food/supplies, supplies needed to work from home and consumer products (such cleaning supplies).

Outdoor Activity

Outdoor activity, such as walking, running or cycling, while maintaining a social distance of 6 feet apart from other people.

All individuals should remain home, except for when securing healthcare, purchasing food and basic supplies, exercising outdoors, or working to provide these basic services to the public.

All public and private gatherings consisting of anyone other than a person’s own household or family are prohibited.

Essential Services

Businesses and organizations that are providing products and services that are needed by the community during this crisis are exempted.

The following exempted businesses may continue operating, provided they exercise social distancing practices:

Healthcare operations; hospitals, clinics, dentists, pharmaceutical companies, and veterinarians;

Schools and education personnel supporting public and private K-12 schools, colleges and universities who are facilitating distance learning;

Companies providing or maintaining infrastructure, such as the construction of public works, housing and other infrastructure that supports critical needs, such as water, sewer, gas, electricity, internet, and telecommunications;

Businesses related to transportation, including gas stations, repair shops, car dealerships, manufacturers, public transportation, such as buses, taxis, rideshare companies, and the airport;

Information technology companies that provide and maintain internet and telecommunications systems;

Retail businesses that sell food, gas, and household products, such as grocery stores, big box stores, farmers’ markets, laundromats and dry-cleaners;

Charitable organizations providing food, shelter, and services to economically disadvantaged or vulnerable populations, including animals;

Hotels and other temporary residence facilities;

Businesses that provide home maintenance and other services that individuals need to work from home, such as mail and shipping companies, building maintenance, plumbers, electricians, exterminators, and professional services such as legal or accounting services necessary to comply with legally required activities, such as filing taxes;

News media, including newspapers, television, radio, and other media outlets providing information to the public;

Financial institutions, such as banks, credit unions, and title companies;

Childcare services;

Worship services, provided services are distributed by video, teleconference, or other remote measures;

Funeral services