Health and Safety Update March 2020

Dear Patron,

While at this time the general public’s risk of exposure to the COVID-19 coronavirus in Sonoma County is extremely low, the County has declared a Local Emergency. As a result, the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts has established a number of precautionary procedures to help decrease this risk as we continue to serve the public.

  • We have increased sanitary measures which include wiping down all public surfaces daily with a hospital grade disinfectant.
  • We have added hand sanitizer dispensers to the entrances, restrooms and offices.
  • All staff and volunteers that interact with the public will be wearing protective gloves.
  • We are requesting that if our patrons, staff or volunteers feel ill or start to develop a fever, they should avoid coming to the LBC and consult their physician.
  • We will be monitoring the CDC, state and local government agencies for updates.
  • Programs will be available at performances for patrons to pick up themselves.

As a reminder from public health officials, people should continue their normal routines and take the same precautions they would during cold and flu season including:

  • Handwashing remains the number one defense against illness. Please wash hands often with soap and water.
  • Daily clean frequently touched surfaces.
  • Communicate all health concerns with your physician.

The Luther Burbank Center for the Arts is closely monitoring the situation and we will continue to provide these measures until further notice. The safety and wellness of our patrons, staff, and volunteers is our top priority. Please visit us at for future updates.
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