As the process of reopening and recovery continues, your support is more important than ever. Curbside retail is now allowed. The local businesses that you love and support are open. Please give them a call and find out how you can shop with them.
A major thank you to the Larkspur Community Foundation for providing a matching grant to the Chamber of Commerce’s fundraising effort to put grants in the hands of Larkspur business owners. The Chamber was able to solicit matching donations, helping the fundraising gain critical momentum. The City of Larkspur and the County of Marin are working to provide additional funds as we build this lifeline for our small businesses. You can contribute to the fundraising effort here.
If you want to learn more about the reopening process, visit Marin Recovers for the latest information and updates.
We have been working to maintain a list of Larkspur and Marin businesses that are open for service including take-out, curbside pick-up, and delivery. Browse the interactive menu below to see which Larkspur and Marin restaurants are open for business! Open the interactive menu by clicking on the picture. Then you’ll be able to open your favorite restaurant’s website by clicking on their names.
Please note that the following is a PARTIAL list, and we will continue to update this list as the situation evolves. Please check with your favorite business if it is not on this list to see if they are in operation. Residents are encouraged to call before visiting as business availability will likely change throughout this event.
- Computer Connection: Mon-Fri, 10am-5pm
- Jumpstart MD: Open for Telephone and Video Appointments
- Luxton Optical: Regular Hours
- One Medical: Regular Hours
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Resources for Businesses and Employees
Small Business Administration Disaster Assistance to California Small Business Impacted by Coronavirus. Small businesses may apply for federal loans because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Information and requirements available here.
On March 18, 2020 the Governor’s Office launched a new website, www.covid19.ca.gov.
The website contains the following resources for workers impacted by the coronavirus and social distancing orders.