As local businesses are reopening, they are prioritizing sanitation, cleanliness and social distancing guidelines to ensure the wellness of their customers and staff. From limiting the number of people in their stores to frequently sanitizing high touch surface areas, businesses are taking all the steps they can to limit the spread of COVID-19 and create a safe and enjoyable experience for their customers. As members of the Lakeview community, it's our duty to support these local businesses and follow their guidelines to create a clean, united and thriving neighborhood.
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Public Health Guidance
How Lakeview Businesses Are Staying Clean & Safe
Bazar highlights that each dressing room will be sanitized after every use, each purchase will be sanitized before customer takes it with them, and clothes that have been tried on but will not be purchased will be quarantined for 72 hours then steamed.
Big City Optical outlines their safety measures for eye exams, including screening clients before arrival, sanitize between visits and wear appropriate PPE.
Bitter Pops is offering grab n' go in-store shopping experience along with their delivery and curbside pickup programs. Their staff is trained on safety protocols and will wear face coverings, follow strict hand hygiene and conduct routine in-Shoppe cleanings. Find Bitter Pop's guidelines for shoppers here.
Brown Elephant has reopened and require customers to wear a face covering, stand 6' apart and shop efficiently to allow space for others to shop.
Corridor Brewery has a COVID-19 Response detailing that they take every employee's temperature upon entering Corridor, use anti-microbial disinfectant spray to clean all surfaces frequently and they hire an outside cleaning company to scrub Corridor top to bottom at night.
The Denim Lounge is allowing shoppers to schedule private shopping appointments.
Fit City Kids is hosting a summer camp and have listed the safety measures they are taking on their website, including putting campers in groups of 10 or less and keeping them with the same group throughout the day and ensure campers hands are washed or sanitized after ever activity.
Fuga Salon & Spa Safety Protocol notifies the community that their stylists have been COVID-19 Barbicide Certified and will take advanced measures to clean tools and stations of use between clients.
The Guild have announced steps they are taking on their social media channels from limiting the number of shoppers in their store to two at a time to setting up a sampling of their selection just outside their store for customers to shop!
Lakeshore Sport & Fitness is offering personal training, outdoor classes for up to 10 people and outdoor dining with frequent sanitation and social distancing guidelines in place.
Music Box Theatre outlines their reopening guidelines on their website where they plan to only allow moviegoers to purchase their tickets online to avoid Box Office lines, have reduced capacity to allow for social distancing in their theater and seats & armrests will be cleaned between each movie screening.
Mystery Street Recording is now booking their space for rehearsals, and are ensuring the safety of their clients by sanitizing rehearsal space between clients, having their staff setup the equipment prior to the band's arrival and they will have separate entrances for each studio to maintain 100% isolation from other clients.
Painless Waxing Boutique is not taking walk-in appointments, limiting their waxing services to those that can be done with a mask on, sanitizing between clients and requiring their staff to take temperature screenings.
Siren Salon takes all customers' temperature upon entry, disinfect all chairs and equipment between clients and require everyone to wear a mask.