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List: Bay Area Curfews

Details on the curfews announced around the Bay Area in the midst of George Floyd protests

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After several days of protests against the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, several jurisdictions in the Bay Area decided to implement curfews after looting and rioting damaged property in various cities.

Here's a look at which areas called for a curfew, and where they stand now:

Alameda County

Alameda County on Thursday lifted its curfew. The Sheriff's Office says residents should check with their cities for any local restrictions.

  • The city of Oakland has also rescinded its curfew order.
  • The city of Berkeley has also rescinded its curfew order.
  • The city of Fremont has also rescinded its curfew order.

Napa County

San Mateo County

San Mateo County's curfew expired Wednesday.

Solano County

The Solano County Sheriff's Office said it has no plans to extend its curfew, which expired at 5 a.m. Thursday.

Vallejo, which kept its curfew order past the county's curfew order, has been lifted as of late Friday afternoon.

Contra Costa County

Contra Costa County rescinded its curfew order at 1 p.m. Thursday.

Concord late Friday lifted its curfew.

Walnut Creek lifted its curfew Friday.

Sonoma County

Some cities in Sonoma County have issued curfew orders following days of protests and looting. Here's the latest:

  • Windsor - Emergency curfew expired 5 a.m. Thursday.
  • Santa Rosa - Monday, June 1 from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. through at least Thursday, June 4.

San Francisco

San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced the San Francisco curfew will be lifted Thursday at 5 a.m.

The city's curfew has been in place since Sunday, May 31.

Santa Clara County

  • San Jose's curfew was lifted 5 a.m. Thursday following a 10-1 City Council vote earlier this week.
  • City of Santa Clara has lifted citywide curfew orders that were issued on May 31. More information here.
  • Palo Alto: City officials have lifted a curfew imposed on June 2.
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