Hotel statistics continue to be well below normal as stay-at-home orders remain in place around the country. For April 19-25, hotel occupancy was down 65.9 percent, average daily rate was down 34.4 percent, demand was down 65.2 percent and revenue was down 77.1 percent compared to the same period last year. Recovery won’t be anytime
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”
Oddly, it’s a good feeling to realize there’s only one way to go but up and that’s where we are with hotel statistics this week. It appears we hit rock bottom April 5-11 when hotel occupancy was at 21.2 percent, a decrease of 66.9 percent over the same period last year; and room revenue was
Springfield Mayor Ken McClure and the Greene County Commission extended separate, but similar Stay-at-Home Orders until 11:59 p.m. May 3. The current orders put in place to help stop the spread of the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19 were set to expire at 11:59 p.m. April 24. View the City’s order. View the County’s order.
Springfield Mayor Ken McClure and the Greene County Commission issued stricter amended “Stay-At-Home” orders April 6 following an announcement by Gov. Mike Parson the previous Friday. View the city’s amended order. View the redlined amendments from the city’s original order View Greene County’s amended order. The amended local orders remain basically intact but reflect a few
Just when we thought it couldn’t get any worse, it got worse. Officials have issued “stay-at-home” orders for Greene County and Springfield to help combat the spread of COVID-19. The order is effective beginning at 12:01 a.m. Thursday and will be in effect for 30 days. That means businesses that are not considered essential must