Wow! These past few weeks have been a roller coaster ride while everyone adjusted to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Many of you have stuck with us through the cancellation of the Festival of St. Patrick Celebration, reduced hours at many of the stores, and the temporary closing of all of the shops. Now, we are transitioning back to opening!
Several businesses began opening on May 1st with special guidelines in place to protect staff and visitors. While we welcome visitors into Savannah City Market, please keep in mind that businesses will be operating with increased health and safety guidelines. Please be patient and respectful of social distancing guidelines to protect against the spread of the Coronavirus. For example, wear a mask, keep at least a 6ft distance between you and other guests, use no-contact payment options when possible and wash your hands and/or use hand sanitizer frequently. For a complete list of guidelines, visit the CDC website.
Here is a list of Savannah City Market businesses open as of Friday, May 29. Please contact each business to learn more about operating hours or special accommodations for social distancing.
Several of these businesses have reported customers are adhering to social distancing guidelines! As more businesses open in Savannah City Market, we encourage employers, employees, and the public to practice the highest safety measures while shopping and dining.
Here is a list of businesses that open according to guidance in Governor Kemp’s orders