Supporting Local Businesses During COVID19
In an effort to support Lombard businesses, the Village is happy to announce that we have compiled information regarding open businesses into an interactive map, available at www.villageoflombard.org/shoplocalmap. When making a purchase, we ask that you please consider ordering from a local business.
As of May 1, all non-essential retail stores are able to reopen to fulfil online or phone orders through convenient curbside pickup or delivery. This includes many shops in Yorktown Shopping Center! Find out how you can shop online and pick-up curbside at www.yorktowncenter.com/clicks-to-curbside. Additionally, many Lombard restaurants remain open, offering food for pickup or delivery. We will get through this together Lombard!
(If you have a Lombard businesses and would like to be added to the interactive map, please email firstname.lastname@example.org)
Shop At Yorktown Shopping Center:
As of May 1, all non-essential retail stores are able to reopen to fulfil online or phone orders through convenient curbside pickup or delivery. This includes many shops in Yorktown Shopping Center! Find out how you can shop online and pick-up curbside at www.yorktowncenter.com/clicks-to-curbside.
On Friday, April 23, 2020, Illinois Governor JB Pritzker announced his intention to issue a modified version of the current Stay-At-Home Mandate. The order extends the current State Stay-At-Home order through May 30th (previously set to expire April 30th), with certain modifications.
Below is information regarding changes to the original order that were implemented May 1, 2020.
Any individual over age 2 and able to medical tolerate a face-covering shall cover their nose and mouth “when in in a public place and unable to maintain a six-foot social distance.” Face coverings are required in public indoor spaces such as stores.
Learn how to make a face covering.
SPECIAL RETAIL STORE REQUIREMENTS
Retail stores that are essential businesses shall:
- Cap occupancy at 50% of store capacity
- Set up store aisles to be one-way and conspicuously identify them as such with signage or floor markings
- Communicate social distancing to customers through signage, PSAs and advertisements
- Discontinue use of reusable bags Households should limit the number of members entering store to minimum necessary
- NON-ESSENTIAL STORES Non-essential stores that were previously prohibited from opening may re-open to fulfill phone and online orders through pick-up outside of the store and delivery. Employees must follow social distancing and wear face coverings
Must follow social distancing and take certain precautions, including providing face coverings, staggering shifts, operating only essential lines, downsize operations to the extent necessary to allow social distancing and provide a safe workplace
Where Can I Find Masks/Face Coverings?
Local Lombard Businesses
Contact businesses directly to confirm pricing, place orders, and inquire about curbside pick-up specifics. Social distancing measures remain in place. If you have a registered business in Lombard and are making masks, email email@example.com.
- The Ladies Room Resale Boutique, 410 S. Main St., Lombard, (630) 613-9593
- Quick Stitch Banner, 972 N. DuPage Ave., Lombard, (630) 785-3422
- T’s N Taps Smiley Dyes, 15 W. St. Charles Rd., Lombard, (630) 792-8337
How to Find a Facemask:
Commonly Asked Questions:
Can I still eat at my favorite restaurants?
You cannot dine-in at any restaurant. Food and beverages must be consumed off-premises.
What can I do?
You can order food from your favorite restaurants! You can pick-up the food yourself or via curbside. The restaurant or a third-party can deliver the food to you. Drive-throughs are also allowed. Additionally, you can purchase gift cards to use later. If you pick-up food please remember the CDC recommends social distancing of at least six feet (6’). If you are a restaurant owner/manager please ensure your customers and staff are practicing social distancing.
What businesses are open for curbside pick up, carry out, or delivery?
Many local establishments are posting how they will continue to operate drive-up or drive-thru service in compliance with this directive. Residents are encouraged to connect with individual locations and support local Lombard businesses where practicable. To help connect residents with local businesses, the Village of Lombard has created the interactive local business map available at www.villageoflombard.org/shoplocalmap. Lombard Chamber of Commerce created a Facebook page: www.facebook.com/LombardTakeOut.
When I pick-up my food can I have a beer or other beverage while I wait?
Sorry, but you can’t. The Executive Order mandates no on-site food or beverage consumption.
What about hotels?
Hotels can sell food and beverage via room service, mini-bar, or carry-out.