Stay Safe, Support Local





 A Weekend on Main

Extended through November 1

To coincide with Alameda County’s allowance of outdoor dining and all retail, the City will close Main Street to vehicular traffic from Friday afternoon through Sunday evening. The closure will include the length of Main Street from Bernal Avenue to Del Valle Parkway, with a cross/through opening at St. John/Ray Streets. The street closure is expected to begin around 2:00 pm on Friday and remain in place through Sunday around 8:00 pm.

During this street closure, restaurants, retailers and other downtown merchants will be allowed to expand their outdoor footprint to serve customers. 

PARKING: The following lots are open to the public Friday at 2PM through Sunday at 8PM

Library Lot - 400 Old Bernal Ave. | Civic Center Lot - 200 Old Bernal Ave. | Public Lot at Firehouse Arts Center - 4444 Railroad Ave. | Public Lot - 500 St. Mary St.

Allowed businesses that want to use outdoor space are asked to complete a no-fee application available HERE and submit to

To support Pleasanton businesses that are open during the Shelter in Place Order, the City has partnered with Bludot to create an interactive business listing with mapping features. See the listing HERE or visit

Our local businesses need your support now more than ever. If you are refraining from restaurant take-out during the Shelter in Place Order or would like to support a restaurant or business listed, please consider purchasing a gift card to support now and use later.

First, prioritize and take all health and safety precautions for yourself, your family, and others in our community. Our community health as a whole depends on working together, and our small businesses are vital to the City of Pleasanton’s economy. We want to ensure that they stay successful while maintaining appropriate public health safety measures. If you are not able to visit stores and restaurants physically, there are several ways you can support them: 

  1. Shop online or via phone. Many  Downtown Pleasanton and Stoneridge Shopping Center  businesses have online shopping available. 
  2. Buy a gift card. If you do not need anything specific at the moment, but still want to support local, buy gift cards to spend later. You can buy gift cards for many local restaurants, too. 
  3. Support local restaurants by ordering takeout or delivery and tip the same amount as you would dining in. See our Open for Business page for a list of Pleasanton restaurants that are open. Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce, Pleasanton Downtown Association, and Visit Tri-Valley have also compiled lists of restaurants that are providing take out with curbside pick-up or delivery with current operating days and hours.  
  4. Follow, like, and stay informed with your local businesses on Social Media. Many stores and restaurants post up-to-date information on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Share this information widely so others know how to support local.

Pleasanton is an extraordinary place for shopping and dining with a historic downtown and regional shopping mall for residents and visitors.  During the Shelter in Place Order, we encourage you to visit to find store and restaurant directories so you may contact them directly to order gift cards, shop online, and order food for pick-up or delivery.  Essential businesses and restaurants have special operating days and hours during COVID-19.  We hope that you will support Pleasanton businesses that are still open.  To stay in touch, follow on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

Tri-Valley To-Go

Looking for a list of local restaurants currently open during the Shelter in Place Order? Tri-Valley To Go provides lists of local businesses, restaurants, breweries, and wineries with adjusted operation hours, take-out menus, pick-up schedules, and delivery options who rely on spending to keep their doors open and provide for their families.  

Are you a business owner or manager and want your business listed? Let Visit Tri Valley know by submitting updated information here.   

Pleasanton Dining Guide

Check out the City of Pleasanton’s Dining Guide for a complete list of all Pleasanton restaurants, including their contact information, to inquire directly with the restaurant for their updated service hours.  

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