The countywide shelter-in-place order has largely left downtown Pleasanton unpopulated, save for some walkers and a few businesses still operating. (Photo by Ryan J. Degan)
Meadowlark Dairy is one of the businesses still operating during the county's shelter-in-place order, offering residents drive-through groceries. (Photo by Ryan J. Degan)
Items for sale at Meadowlark include sliced cheese, turkey and pork bacon, eggs and a variety of milks. (Photo by Ryan J. Degan)
Numerous restaurants are still operating in Pleasanton, offering take-out options. (Photo by Ryan J. Degan)
However, downtown Pleasanton is still mostly closed down. (Photo by Ryan J. Degan)
While farmer's markets are allowed by the state, Pleasanton's had temporarily shut down as of Saturday. (Photo by Ryan J. Degan)
Play structures and other public recreational areas have also been left abandoned. (Photo by Ryan J. Degan)
In a change of the usual pace, parking spaces aplenty can be found downtown. (Photo by Ryan J. Degan)
The Pleasanton Public Library has also closed its doors for the duration of the shelter-in-place. (Photo by Ryan J. Degan)
(Photo by Ryan J. Degan)
With Alameda County's shelter-in-place order keeping residents home, downtown Pleasanton has been left largely uninhabited, with the exception of some individuals walking their dogs and employees at businesses still operating through the crisis.
Here's a look at some photos from downtown in recent days; click through the album at right.