Back to Brick & Mortar
With the City moving to open more and more businesses over time, we thought you would might want to check out this great resource on how to successfully reopen safely and instill confidence in employees and customers. Back to Brick & Mortar Guidebook by Access offers best practices and considerations for businesses, compiled with detailed guidance from experts in public health, real estate strategy, communications, and retail operations.
&Access, who brought you Back at Brick and Mortar, developed Safety Signage Packages for in-store and outdoor use. Download yours today here.
EEOC allows COVID-19 workplace testing, and what this means.
Expanded Outdoor Seating
Speaking of the out-of-doors, interested in outdoor seating for your restaurant or drinking and eating establishment? We drafted this letter to the Mayor calling for urgency in creating flexible and creative rules for expanded outdoor seating with some 50 restaurants, business districts and industry groups signing on.
In response to our advocacy, the Colorado Restaurant Association and others, Denver launched a temporary program to expand outdoor seating for restaurants, bars, and similar businesses to allow for greater physical distancing and safety for patrons. You can submit a proposal here for the city to review. The application is straightforward, with considerations to include plans and accommodations for safety, mobility, and local and emergency access. Check out the FAQs for more guidance.
Cheney Bostic of Studio Seed has created a Friendly Business Guide for Outdoor Expansion. If you want to expand your outdoor space for patrons, but aren’t sure where to start – check it out for ideas and examples that may work for your space.
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