Guests looking to experience Disneyland Resort’s reopening this Friday will be required to bring proof of California residency.
Until further notice, Disneyland Resort is maintaining its mandate that allows only California residents to enter the resort.
In a new checklist published by Michael Ramirez, guests must bring proof of their residency to the resort on the reopening weekend as they may be required to show evidence of their residency if necessary.
“Be sure you have proof of California residency with you as only California residents may visit the parks at this time. You may be asked to show such proof of residency, as necessary.”
However, Ramirez did not provide additional details on what will be an acceptable form of proof of California residency.
All guests are required to have both valid theme park admission and a park reservation in order to enter Disneyland Park.