Caring about the health, safety, and well-being of our workspace communities is a core value of Pacific Workplaces (Pac). We wish to proactively communicate our plan with regard to the most recent health & safety measures related to Covid-19 in our spaces. We will update this page as things change, or as we receive new information from our public health agencies.
As county and state guidelines change, we want to communicate some updates to our workspace communities.
- On 08/02/21 , Health officers from Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Sonoma, Sacramento, and the city of Berkeley announced a mask mandate requiring every resident to wear a face mask indoors in public settings, regardless of vaccination status (working in a single-person office with the door closed is the only exception).
- We have asked all of our coworking locations in the counties above, including our spaces in Bakersfield and Reno to wear masks indoors. Signage will be posted throughout the space reminding individuals to wear a mask.
- Unless we hear differently from our government health agencies, our meeting room configurations and maximum capacity limits will remain normal.
- Members can make coffee when needed.
- At this time, food that’s brought into the office does not need to be in single-serve containers, although we’ve asked our Community Managers to use discretion and common sense in this area. We will update this policy to comply with health agency guidelines if necessary.
- Hand sanitizing stations will also remain available for your convenience.
- Any plexi-glass barriers that have been installed will remain in those areas.
We highly encourage everyone to continue with hygiene best practices (i.e. washing hands frequently, using your arm or sleeve when coughing or sneezing, using hand sanitizer regularly, and if you feel sick or unwell, please limit exposure by staying home).
These are the planned updated protocols as of now, but the situation is fluid and all policies will continue to be re-evaluated as circumstances change, and as federal, state, and local directives continue to be updated and clarified.