The city has entered phase 3 of the Road to Recovery Plan and hotel statistics continue trending upward so, unless something changes, we won’t be sending out an industry update every week. We will, however, continue to monitor the numbers and post them in Issues & Info for those who want to keep abreast of
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
With hotel occupancy at 34 percent May 10-16, the city’s lodging industry continues recovering from the decline in travel that began when stay-home orders were issued around the country. The first 16 days of May, in fact, resulted in almost as much revenue for hotels as they earned in the entire month of April. While
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Show-Me Strong Recovery Plan Missouri Gov.
Springfield Mayor Ken McClure amended the city’s “Road to Recovery” order, effective immediately and the Greene County Commission is expected to vote on an amended order this afternoon. City of Springfield amended Recovery Order The changes increase the number of people allowed for public gatherings from 15 to 25. The amendment also increases capacity of
Mayor Ken McClure and the Greene County Commission issued separate but similar Road to Recovery orders to provide businesses and other organizations with guidance to safely resume operations. The City’s order goes into effect at midnight, Monday, May 4 and expires at 11:59 p.m., May 31, 2020. View the City’s order. The orders are considered “Phase I”