Both sites will continue to follow the pandemic-related health protocols of the cities and states in which they are located.
The state of California has maintained some of the stricter social distancing guidelines in the country, with Gov. Gavin Newsom telling reporters in early April that he did not expect the state's three NFL franchises to begin their training camps on time. In mid-May, Newsom stated that California was hopefully on track to welcome sports back in the first week of June.
California, which has the largest population of any U.S. state, is reporting the seventh-most deaths due to coronavirus in the country, according to Johns Hopkins.
Meanwhile, Arizona - where the Dodgers' spring facility is located - has maintained social distancing orders, with Gov. Doug Ducey rescinding the stay-at-home order in mid-May.
The Dodgers are the latest franchise to reopen complexes to players as numerous teams try to ramp up training with a potential 2020 season in the works.
Major League Baseball and the MLBPA have yet to come to an agreement on the financial details or the health and safety protocols necessary for a season to be played.