Westfield Topanga, the indoor mall in Canoga Park, has removed masking and social distance requirements for shoppers coming to its expanded retail and restaurant offerings as the state’s business restrictions were largely lifted on June 15. 

“(Stores and restaurants) get to operate like they did pre-COVID and that’s really the biggest change for us,” Molly Unger, vice president of shopping center management and general manager at owner Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield, said in an interview.

Individual stores within the Westfield Topanga mall can dictate rules for masks and social distancing within the confines of their businesses, so shoppers should come prepared with a mask, but these restrictions have been lifted for the general mall property. Sanitation stations will remain in place, and some staff will remain masked but, largely, the mall will return to pre-pandemic operations.


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