Seguin's Re-Opening Plans
Restaurants Order online / Curbside pickup Dine In with limited seating Delivery Available 1916 Bar & Bistro
4 - 7 p.m.
Mon - Thur, Sat 11 - 2:30 & 4 - 9:30
Fri - Sat 11 - 2:30 & 4 - 10
The Dilly Deli
Mon - Fri 10 - 3
Mon - Wed 10 - 7
Thur - Sat 10 - 8
Mon - Sat 10:30 - 9
Sun - Thur 11-11
Fri - Sat 11 - midnight
Power Plant Texas Grill
Pickup until 9 p.m.
Mon - Fri 11-6 Sat 11 - 3
Seguin Brewing Company
Thu - Sat 11:30-10
Chamber Members offering
Face Shields, Sneeze Guards, Face Masks, Hand Sanitizer, Gloves, Other JB Safety International, Inc. PPE Supply Carts & Medical Waste containers TQI Techni-Quip Carts & Clean Cycle Systems Skull Caps, Face Masks Ren Shirts Sneeze Guards Plastic Welding & Fabrication, Ltd. Gowns, Coveralls, Goggles, Anything
else that is needed
JB Safety International, Inc. Legal Services Glenn Watkins - Legal Shield Branded Face Shields, Sneeze Guards, Face Masks, Hand Sanitizer, Gloves Ascend Promotional Face Masks Serenity Boutique Hand Sanitizer Cone Bio-Products KN95 Masks, Hand Sanitizer, Alcohol Spray Bottles, Hydrogen Peroxide. Drive-Thru and Delivery Parker's City Pharmacy
Business is Open in Seguin
From The Chamber:
Dear Business and Community Leaders,
It has finally arrived - your Membership Directory & Community Profile which includes contact information for the products and services you need, a downtown business guide, and tons of resources and information about our community. Please share it with a friend and we will send you a new one.
These unprecedented times have shifted us to be ready for change at the drop of a hat. However, we are so proud of you for helping our community succeed, from donating meals, to sewing masks, to picking up curbside retail and ordering delivery for dinner. One thing left unchanged is that Your Chamber is here for you. We are truly #StrongerTogether. Please take advantage of the chamber’s wide internet reach by logging into your Member Information Center on seguinchamber.com. Tell the world the new way you are doing business, your hours, your hot deals and open jobs. And we will promote it.
Although we do not know yet when we will be back to full capacity with in-person meetings, we are offering a myriad of virtual experiences to keep you connected. Here are a few of our upcoming offerings:
- Virtual Social Hour – with Mask-terpiece Contest just for fun. Thursday, April 30 - 5:30 p.m. YOB
- Virtual Community Roundtable – updates from County, City, TxDOT and more. Tuesday, May - 8 a.m. No Charge to Members
- Webinar: How to Manage Problem Employees & Handle Difficult People. Wednesday, May 6 - 10 a.m. No Charge to Members. CEU available SHRM Activity ID# 20-F95XF
- Virtual Teacher of the Year Celebration – with teachers from SISD, MISD, NISD, St. James Catholic School, Southwest Preparatory School, Seguin Christian Academy. Wednesday, May 20 - 4 p.m.
Let us know how we can help you. In the meantime, stay safe, wear your face masks, and let’s get back to work
From City Hall:
City officials will begin Phase I to Open Seguin beginning Friday, May 1, 2020.
The City is following a three-phase plan announced by Texas Governor Greg Abbott on April 27 to safely and strategically open Texas while minimizing the spread of COVID-19.
Under Phase I, certain services and activities are allowed to open with limited occupancy, and the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) is issuing minimum standard health protocols for all businesses and individuals to follow.
Gov. Abbott issued the following three Executive Orders relating to the Open Texas plan in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
By way of Executive Order (GA-18), all retail stores, restaurants, movie theaters and malls are permitted to reopen on Friday, May 1. These services must limit their capacity to 25 percent of their listed occupancy. Within shopping malls, the food-court dining areas, play areas and interactive displays and settings must remain closed.For specific information related to health protocols for business types above and customers of these businesses, click the following links for guides and checklists :
** Essential services such as farmers and ranchers, grocery and drug stores, banks, and gas stations will continue to operate.
All museums and libraries may open under the same 25 percent occupancy limitation, but interactive areas of museums must remain closed. State libraries and museums will open by May 1, and local public museums and libraries may reopen only if permitted by the local government. **NOTE: The Seguin Public Library will remain closed until further notice. Curbside service is still available. For specific information related to health protocols for Museums and Libraries and customers of these businesses, click the following link for guides and checklists:
Single-person offices may reopen as well. Churches and places of worship remain open. Outdoor sports are allowed to resume so long as no more than four participants are playing together at one time. Certain social distancing practices must also be followed. For specific information related to health protocols for businesses mentioned above and customers of these businesses, click the following link for guides and checklists:
relaxed certain restrictions related to health care professionals and issued amended requirements related to hospital capacity.
Executive Order (GA-20) eliminates the mandatory 14-day quarantine period for individuals traveling from Louisiana. Under GA-20, the mandated 14-day quarantine for travelers from the following areas remains in place: California; Connecticut; New York; New Jersey; Washington; Atlanta, Georgia; Chicago, Illinois; Detroit, Michigan, and Miami, Fla.