The plans, which will be detailed to the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force, could include a projected date for reopening the resort’s theme parks while the coronavirus pandemic continues.
Face masks will be required for employees and all guests above the age of 3 when Disney Springs begins its phased reopening on May 20.
The agreement includes mandatory face masks for guests and employees and paid sick leave for any worker who contracts COVID-19.
Not all construction on Epic Universe will be halted, as existing road work and site preparation will continue.
The partial reopening comes with limited hours and new safety requirements, including face masks being worn by all guests and employees.
“We’re going to do our part and we need our guests to do their part too,” Disney CEO Bob Chapek said on CNBC.
This could impact SeaWorld's two new coasters in Central Florida, Ice Breaker at SeaWorld Orlando and Iron Gwazi at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay.
The gradual reopening will start with restaurants and shops owned by third-party operators, not by Disney.
Shanghai Disneyland will be the first of the Disney parks to reopen on May 11, with reduced capacity, social distancing and mask requirements.