City of Henderson Allows Retail Curbside Delivery, Reopens Pickleball and Tennis Courts
April 30, 2020
FOR IMMEDIATE NEWS RELEASE
PLEASE CONTACT KATHLEEN RICHARDS, (702) 267-2051
Henderson, Nev. – Following the Governor’s Directive 16, the City of Henderson will allow retail establishments previously classified as nonessential, including general retail, liquor retail and cannabis retail, to operate under curbside commerce models beginning on Friday, May 1. Businesses must adhere to the following guidelines:
• Only curbside delivery is allowed; the storefront must remain closed to the public.
• Orders must be placed electronically or by phone prior to the customer’s arrival.
• Businesses must use parking stalls when possible to maintain traffic flow; vehicles cannot block drive aisles nor queue into the street.
• Outdoor tables and curbside seating are not allowed.
• Employees delivering curbside must wear protective face coverings and have hand washing/sanitizing stations for use between deliveries.
Pickleball, tennis and golf activities may resume on May 1 as long as participants practice safe social distancing and do not congregate in groups. Pickleball and tennis court locations can be found in the Henderson Happenings citywide guide to recreation activities. While Henderson parks are open, all other sport courts, as well as playgrounds, pools and splash pads remain closed.
Visit cityofhenderson.com/COVID19 for further information on the recreation activities temporarily suspended due to the COVID-19 public health emergency.
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