Mayor Ken McClure and Springfield-Greene County Health Department Director Clay Goddard announced a new order lessening restrictions of business and community activities. The order is effective May 23-June 22, however, it will be reviewed prior to June 14, when it could change, if the city is ready to move into another phase. The city’s Road to
Wonders of Wildlife National Museum & Aquarium today announced plans to reopen May 23 after being closed for two months. The world-class conservation attraction is implementing a number of new standard operating procedures based on best practices from aquarium industry leaders and public health officials in compliance with city guidelines. Limits on daily attendance and
History Museum on the Square will reopen to the public with limited hours and days starting May 28. The Museum will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 1-5 p.m. Sunday. The Museum will limit capacity to 25 guests at a time to comply with the City of Springfield’s Road
The Event Safety Alliance Reopening Guide The Event Safety Alliance Reopening Guide is a collective work by event industry professionals to help our peers who are planning to reopen during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. This document contains no “best practices” that apply everywhere – coronavirus creates different challenges depending on countless factors, including the
Springfield’s hospitality industry began showing signs of life during the first week stay-at-home orders were lifted in Missouri. Though gatherings of large groups of people are still prohibited in Springfield and Greene County, people are beginning to travel again, pushing hotel occupancy for May 3-9 to 31.3 percent, a 53.5 percent decline over the same
As the region begins reopening businesses and moving the economy into recovery mode, the Convention & Visitors Bureau will continue providing useful information for the leisure and hospitality industry. If you find articles that would be useful to others, please send links to them to Susan Wade at email@example.com. Show-Me Strong Recovery Plan Missouri Gov.