RESTAURANTS CAN NOW APPLY ONLINE FOR GREAT PLATES DELIVERED & SEE WHAT'S OPEN IN LA COUNTY

The County of Los Angeles is regularly updating resources on COVID-19 and offers today's update in an effort to keep you and yours informed. Please share the following up-to-date information:

Calling All Restaurants!

LA County's application for Great Plates Delivered is now available online.

If you're a restaurant owner, you may be thinking of ways to reengage with the community, as you look to recover from the economic impacts of COVID-19. If so, Great Plates Delivered might be a good opportunity for you.

The program, which aims to assist those in need of home delivered meals and to help get local restaurant, hospitality and transportation communities back to work, provides three meals a day to qualifying older adults.

Onboarding Packet

If you're interested in participating in the Great Plates Delivered program, we've prepared an "Onboarding Packet" for you. It includes:

Enroll

The restaurant enrollment process includes five steps. If you're ready to enroll, you'll want to:

  1. Fill out the LA County online application
  2. Confirm and sign the Master Agreement. See a sample.
  3. Register as an LA County Vendor here. 
  4. Receive Work Order (based on demand).
  5. Set up Method of Payment.

Note: Restaurants who've already submitted the Food Provider Interest Form (with the State of California) must also fill out the online application for LA County to be considered.

Questions

Individuals can e-mail greatplates@wdacs.lacounty.gov or call 211.

Restaurants can e-mail greatplatesrestaurant@wdacs.lacounty.gov.

For contract-related questions, e-mail GPDPcontracts@wdacs.lacounty.gov.

Wondering What's Open in LA County?

If you missed yesterday's Health Order, and have questions about what's re-opened in the county, you're in luck! LA County's Department of Public Health has prepared a helpful list of what's open (or not) in LA County. Check it out!

And remember, regardless of where you go:

  1. COVID-19 remains a serious risk.
  2. Continue to practice physical distancing.
  3. Wear a face covering whenever you are around others.
  4. Wash your hands frequently.
  5. Stay home if you are sick or if you've been in contact with someone who is sick.

Click here to see yesterday's Reopening Safer at Work and in the Community health order.

To learn more about the protocols to follow, select any of the following: 1) Retail Businesses Opening for In Person Shopping, 2) Office-Based Work Sites, 3) Shopping Center Operators, 4) Places of Worship, and 5) Vehicle Based Parades or Drive Thru Events. You can also visit the Department of Public Health's website here.