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As we reopen our economy, the information below was submitted by the members of the Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce. This information will be updated periodically as the situation changes. For more information about how to protect you and your business, visit https://cabellhealth.org/readysetreopen/.
Cabell County Courthouse will reopen for regular business hours on Monday May 11th. For more information visit, www.cabellcounty.org/.
As an Essential Business, we have not closed our doors during this Pandemic. We have changed our hours of operation from 8 am-4 pm Monday through Friday and have taken the necessary steps to provide safe business procedures to avoid any disruptions to our daily operations.
Habitat for Humanity of the Tri-State’s ReStore has resumed free pick-up of donations and will accept donation drop-offs Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 240 Third Avenue in Huntington. The ReStore will reopen to the public on Wednesday, June 1 at 10 a.m.
To schedule a free pick-up for donations, please call the ReStore at 304-781-1333. ReStore staff will only pick up donations that are located in the garage, on the front porch or left outside. Staff will not be permitted indoors. As donations are received, they will be cleaned and sanitized before being sent to the showroom.
On Wednesday, June 1 at 10 a.m., the ReStore will open to the public with the number of customers allowed inside the store limited to 18. Once the store is at capacity, a ReStore employee will monitor the entrance and will allow new customers to enter once others exit the store. ReStore hours will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Each day from 9-10 a.m., vulnerable shoppers (60+ years old or those with health-related issues) may shop.
Jim’s is open for curbside service, for frozen sauce to-go orders. Hours for pickup, Tuesday-Friday 12-5 and Saturday 11-3.
La Famiglia will resume curbside service beginning Friday, May 1. Hours for pickup will be 4:00-8:00 pm unless special arrangements are made for an earlier pickup time. Curbside service will be Tuesday thru Saturday.
LeSage Water reopened on May 4th and is now taking orders and delivering. For more information call 304.762.2522 or visit www.lesagewater.com.
The Marshall Hall of Fame Café is currently offering contact free. curbside pick up or delivery that can be ordered at www.mhofc.com/togo.
On Thursday, May 21 we will offer dine in services adhering to the requirements executed by the State of West Virginia and our local Health Deptartment.
The Marshall Recreation Center will open Tuesday, May 26. The center will be open Monday through Friday from 6am-7pm as well as Saturday and Sunday from 10am-5pm. The center will be closed from 10:30am-11:30am, Monday through Friday, to perform a deep clean of the facility.
The aquatic center and climing wall will continue to be closed until futher notice.
For more information visit https://www.marshall.edu/campusrec/rec-center-updates-and-closures-covid-19/
We have determined some guidelines for our staff and clients to follow for when we must go on customer site as businesses start opening up again.
We will continue to push remote work whenever possible. If onsite is required, the following precautionary measures must be taken by all.
Please understand that while we are all trying to get back to business as usual, the safety of our staff, as well as our clients, is our priority.
We are open now for preorder weekend pickup service. We post our menu early in the week, take orders until Friday afternoon, and customers pick up Saturday or Sunday. Click “Shop Now” at https://www.nomadabakery.com to see our weekly menu.
ProSource is essential & still open for business. Contact us for your printing or technology needs!
Prestera Center for Mental Health Services, Inc. has remained open as an essential business during the COVID-19 state of emergency. Services are now provided by telephone or by video conferencing and we are accepting new patients. Emergencies can walk into 3375 US Rt 60 East in Huntington and be seen after passing a brief COVID-19 screening process (temperature taken and a brief questionnaire). Emergencies may phone 1.800.642.3434. Prestera Center has started an emotional support helpline during the COVID-19 emergency and that number is 304.399.7768. Prestera Center has beds open for detox, crisis and residential treatment for substance use. To start in services, call 1.877.399.7776.
River Park Hospital remains open for business. For more information, 304.526.9111or visit their website at https://riverparkhospital.net.
The doctors and staff of Tri-State Eye Care Center are happy to announce that they are returning to normal business hours and again seeing routine patients. They are taking necessary steps to assure proper safety for everyone that enters their office. According to CDC guidelines, masks will be required of all that enter their office. It is their intent to provide the top-quality care that patients have come to expect at a higher level of safety than ever before. Call Tri-State Eye Care Center now to schedule your appointment at 304-523-4819 or visit www.RatcliffEyeCare.com.
If any of this information needs to be corrected or updated, please contact our Chamber at firstname.lastname@example.org.