Hey everybody! As you may have heard, Adams County (and Denver, too) is moving to Safer at Home Level 3 as of Wednesday, October 28, due to a surge in Covid cases throughout the county. STANLEY WILL REMAIN OPEN, with some adjustments. Here's what that looks like:
•Our indoor capacity will be reduced to 25%. That's for the community areas at Stanley and for the businesses at Stanley. This means there will be reduced seating available at indoor restaurants and fewer people allowed into a retail or service business at one time. Luckily our building is gigantic and we have lots of room for social distancing and two floors and 35-foot tall ceilings, all good things these days.
•We will be even more vigilant about enforcing mask wearing both indoors and outdoors at Stanley. As a reminder, we require masks at all times, except for when you're seated at a restaurant and actively eating and drinking. If you're strolling through Stanley, or sitting at a table in our community area, please keep your mask on any time you're not actively taking a sip or a bite.
•Max capacity for a single group at a restaurant is 10 people. Max capacity for a group of people outdoors is 10 people from no more than 2 households. Max capacity for a group of people indoors is 5 people. Please plan accordingly!
•We are canceling our Outdoor Trick or Treating in the Field at Stanley, planned for Halloween, and we are postponing our Stanley Sessions music series. Outdoor events are capped at 75 and indoor events are capped at 25, so we'll hold off on big events for now and focus instead on individual and family visits to Stanley. We still want to see you here!
We have updated the indoor health and safety rules and guidelines posted on our directories inside the marketplace, and we are in the process of updating our signage elsewhere at Stanley, too.
THANK YOU for adhering to these mandates. We very much want to do our part to help slow the spread of Covid-19 while offering a safe way for you to enjoy and support our locally owned small businesses. In the coming days, we'll share updated info on other guidelines and on takeout and delivery and other options. You're welcome to reach out at email@example.com with questions. Stay warm and stay safe and wear a mask!