• Santa Maria "Safe and Open" Business Pledge

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  • The Santa Maria Valley Chamber has developed the Safe and Open campaign to help Santa Maria Valley businesses communicate widely to the community a return to economic activity in accordance with public health and safety best-practices. The goal of this campaign is to offer a marketing opportunity and is not regulatory or punitive in nature. In accordance with the State of California's reopening guidelines and Santa Barbara County's reopening guidelines, the business community of Santa Maria stands ready to move towards a thriving economic environment once again, while protecting against the renewed spread of Coronavirus. Ver en español

  • Safe and Open Businesses in Santa Maria Valley

  • Automotive Automotive

    Home Motors Chevrolet/Cadillac
    1313 E. Main Street, Santa Maria
    We are offering complimentary pickup and drop off of our client's vehicles. With our vehicle inventory, we are keeping it locked so we can make certain to keep it properly disinfected. We are not allowing for test drives until an financial agreement has been met, and then the client borrows the car to test drive on their own.

    Dining Dining

    Cielito Lindo Mexican Grill
    1130 E. Clark Ave, #160, Orcutt
    We have created a seating area with tables /umbrellas and chairs in front of our restaurant so our customers can feel safe and at the same time practicing social distancing. We hope everyone is patient and kind to our staff team, as they are getting used to new changes every day.

    Cubanissimo Cuban Coffee House & Cafe
    4869 S. Bradley Road, #118, Orcutt
    Cubanissimo takes our community's health seriously and always has. In addition to receiving 100% on every health inspection, we have been consistently going beyond the required measures since the start of COVID-19. We have been wearing masks before it was required, implemented staff and customer social distancing measures, and diligently sanitizing the facility and all surfaces of customer interaction. We offer Curbside Pick-Up, To-Go, and starting 6/1/2020 will offer a fully separate Dine-In area allowing those who want to pick-up the ability to order without exposure to those eating. The facility has readily available hand sanitizer for both guests and staff, is marked with 8ft spatial separations and tables will be assigned as well as fully sanitized between each guest. We have also built a COVID-19 preparation binder that includes logging employee temperatures , team CDC trainings, facility preparedness checks , etc. We ask that guests do not enter our facility if they have been experiencing fever, chills, coughs, or other flu-like symptoms. We ask that they remain 8 ft apart while ordering and waiting for food. Whenever possible, we recommend to-go and curbside pick up options to limit exposure. Masks are requested to be worn when ordering and waiting for food.

    Denny's Restaurant
    1019 E. Main Street, Santa Maria
    We are following the county mandate 100%, and safety is our first priority. Individuals with cold symptoms cannot enter the restaurant.

    Old Town Cups & Crumbs
    156 Broadway, Suite B, Orcutt
    We will continue to be curbside and to go only. We want to encourage the Social distance as much as possible. We have our mobile cart our front to place all orders.

    Straw Hat Pizza
    1822 N. Broadway, Santa Maria
    Our dining area has been significantly reduced keeping social distancing as a major priority. We have sanitized the entire restaurant and have made sure that all of our employees have been sufficiently trained and the products that we serve are of the highest quality. We appreciate and expect all of our guests to wear face coverings when they visit our location.

    Trattoria Uliveto
    285 Broadway Street, Orcutt
    We have followed all county requirements for sanitizing. Staff has been trained and masks are worn when at work. Social distancing is in place for our tables as well. Customers should wear their mask until seated by host and should sanitize their hands before entering our restaurant. They should never come out if sick.

    Urbane Cafe
    655 East Betteravia Road, Santa Maria
    Since our restaurant is small we are not opening up the inside dining room. We are opening up our patio seating instead. We are sanitizing each table after use or every 10 minutes, whichever comes first. We have social distancing stickers on the floors and a manager always directing traffic. We request that guests wear face masks inside our restaurant.

    Health & Wellness Health & Wellness

    Jonathan Gee, LMFT
    1125 E. Clark Ave, Ste A-3, Santa Maria
    In addition to continuing to offer telehealth services, my office is stocked with soap and hand sanitizer for available use. Clients are welcome to utilize face coverings to their comfort level.

    KleinDance Arts
    3558 Skyway Drive, Suite A, Santa Maria
    KleinDance Arts is currently offering VIRTUAL dance and music classes! Check out kleindancearts.com. Once our studio is open to the public again, temperature checks will be required before entering, we will have smaller class sizes, and hand-washing before and after each class.

    Neuroboxing Santa Maria
    116 S, Palisade Dr Suite 304, Santa Maria, CA
    Currently offering online classes. Once facility is back open to the public, hands will be sanitized on entering and exiting building. Equipment, both personal and group, will be cleaned and sanitized at the beginning and end of classes. All door handles and light switches will be cleaned before and after class, as will chairs.

    Lodging Lodging

    Radisson Hotel Santa Maria
    3455 Skyway Drive, Santa Maria
    Safety of our guests and employees is our top priority. We are constantly sanitizing public spaces, provide hand sanitizers, disinfect and clean all rooms 24 hours after guest leave and wait another 24 hours before renting them. We do not service the room while guest stay at the hotel. We require 6-foot distancing and ask all employees and guests if they have any COVID-19 symptoms to not come to the hotel.

    Nonprofit Organizations Nonprofit Organizations

    SCORE San Luis Obispo
    128 Broad Street, San Luis Obispo
    All of our business is conducted by phone, email or online conferencing. We can provide free information on COVID-19 resources and best business practices for safely conducting business.

    Office-based Businesses Office-based Businesses

    Ghitterman, Ghitterman & Feld
    616 E. Chapel Street, Santa Maria
    In addition to using remote technologies to meet with clients and perform legal processes like depositions and hearings, we are also preparing for when we do allow clients into the offices by obtaining appropriate plexiglass dividers and PPE, removing lobby furniture and asking that they remain in their vehicle or outside until their appointment. We anticipate many of our clients with comorbid conditions will be only working with us remotely.

    2605 S Miller Suite 106, Santa Maria
    The majority of our staff are able to work from home, but as an essential service we have maintained being open to facilitate our client's financial needs. We expect our clients to maintain social distancing and practice safe behavior to minimize possible transmission.

    The Atrium Santa Maria
    731 S. Lincoln Street, Santa Maria
    We have posted signs at all entrances reminding everyone about social distancing, masks and hand-washing/sanitizing. We expect clients to practice social distancing, good hand-washing/sanitizing, wear masks, and stay home when ill.

    Professional Services Professional Services

    Alexander's Cleans
    550 West Betteravia Road, Santa Maria
    Alexander's Cleans is using Electrostatic Spray Technology to help ensure all customer businesses are disinfected in a effecient and complete method. We are helping to ensure our business customers can open in a safe and responsible way.We are asking all customers that we have contact with to wear masks.

    550 West Betteravia Road, Suite A, Santa Maria
    We are following all the CDC guidelines to protect the health and safety of customers and emplyees. Our drivers are equiped with mask and gloves to protect customers on-site or at our office. We are asking all customers to wear a mask. Call to schedule your appointment today.

    Real Estate Real Estate

    Hubbell Real Estate Group
    1017 South Broadway, Santa Maria
    Our plan is to ensure our employees and agents are up to date on all the sanitation procedures & are practicing social distancing. Masks are highly encouraged in the office and we've posted signs and regulations throughout the office. In addition to that, hand soap & sanitizer is available for all. There are cleaning wipes near all common areas & we've even purchased a thermometer to check anyone that is not feeling well. For events and meetings that require a large group, we are hosting virtual meetings until further notice. Open House & showings are also available virtually. We welcome anyone who is feeling well & are not ordered to stay in quarantine.

    PB & Associates
    1619 S Broadway, Santa Maria
    We will be adhering to a set of disclosure guidelines that have been released by The California Association of Realtors set set standards for conducting Real Estate Transactions. We will accommodate clients by virtual appointments as much as possible.

    Retail Retail

    Casa Bonita Furniture
    500 W. Main Street, Santa Maria
    We encourage all customers to remain as safe as possible by wearing face mask and keeping their distance while shopping.

    Company's Coming
    1108 E. Clark Ave, Orcutt
    We provide gloves if customers would like to use them, and have signage that states masks are required.

    Peppertree Chevron
    1601 N. Broadway, Santa Maria
    We will do everything as recommended by the CDC to keep our customers and employees as safe as possible. We ask that our customers also act in accordance with CDC guidelines.

    Signs of Success
    2350 Skyway Drive, Suite 10, Santa Maria
    We are encouraging our customers to put in orders over the phone and email where possible. Our team is also setup with webcams for zoom conference and screen share. If you are picking up an order, front doors are locked, please call when you arrive and we will delivery signs to you curbside. Please use key dropbox when dropping off a vehicle.

    Wireless 101/Cricket Wireless
    1488 S. Broadway, Santa Maria
    We will be providing disposable masks to customers who enter our locations without one.

  • Take the Safe & Open Pledge

  • 1. Review and complete the reopening guidelines and self-certification process issues by Santa Barbara County

    2. Take the Safe and Open pledge below. (Disponible en español aquí)

    3. Once completed, we will email you promotional materials for you to use to showcase your business as safe and open. If you are a Chamber member, we will also add your business to our list of Safe and Open businesses, found above.

    4. Additionally, Chamber member businesses may be included in the Chamber's Safe and Open social media campaign. Your business will be shared widely via social media and print, and you will receive these marketing assets as well.

    Please note: businesses must continue to follow the reopening guidelines put out by the state. Only businesses who are able to reopen under state guidelines are eligible to participate in the "Safe and Open" campaign.

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