For the safety and well-being of our staff, the CVB offices will be closed beginning March 20 and staff will work from home. You can reach any of us by phone or email. A staff directory is available.
From the Office of the Director of Health As part of the Springfield-Greene County Health Department’s duty to protect the public’s health, we are informing of potential COVID-19 exposure in the community. People who were at these locations on these dates are at low risk for contracting COVID-19, but should monitor for symptoms. There is
Emergency Management Officials Share Guidelines on Sheltering During Storms During the COVID-19 Crisis
Greene County and the City of Springfield have prohibited gatherings larger than 10 people, but when there’s a threat of severe weather, officials want people to shelter during a storm even if it’s a group larger than 10. The Springfield-Greene County Office of Emergency Management, The City of Springfield, The Greene County Commission and the
The CVB is keeping an eye on the pandemic and its impact on travel and we’re sure you are, too. Now that the initial shock of the crisis is waning, it’s time to start looking forward. Here are news stories and information that might be helpful in your efforts to keep your business operating. Gov.
Following White House recommendations and consultation with other local and state officials, Springfield Mayor Ken McClure issued an order amending which public gatherings are prohibited under an ordinance passed March 16. The mayor’s order prohibits public gatherings of 10 or more persons except for educational institutions, daycare facilities, and daily business operations in the corporate
Like all of you, the staff at the Convention & Visitors Bureau is quickly reacting to the COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on the tourism industry and community. We know this situation is incredibly difficult for all of you. That’s why we’re asking you to share any offers, promotions, gift certificates or carry-out specials you have with us.
The U.S. Small Business Administration issued revised criteria for states or territories seeking an economic injury declaration related to Coronavirus (COVID-19). The relaxed criteria will have two immediate impacts: Faster, Easier Qualification Process for States Seeking SBA Disaster Assistance. Historically, the SBA has required that any state or territory impacted by disaster provide documentation certifying
Update: The ordinance was amended March 17 to prohibit gatherings of 10 or more people. Following Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance, Springfield City Council on Monday passed an ordinance prohibiting public gatherings of 50 or more persons except for educational institutions, daycare facilities, and business operations in the corporate limits of the City
The Missouri State High School Activities Association announced today it is canceling a number of events, including events that were scheduled to take place in Springfield. The cancelations are due to the ongoing pandemic and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention “As of today, the CDC has recommended that for the next
Due to continuing concerns regarding the spread of COVID-19, the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) canceled the remainder of the Show-Me Showdown for Classes 4 and 5. The decision was made in consultation with local and state officials, as well as the member schools. The most recent CDC recommendations of limiting gatherings played