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COVID-19 Resources


The health and safety of the community, residents and visitors is a priority for the Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau.

These are different times. Things keep changing. We’re here to help you during this time of uncertainty.

We’re social distancing, working from home, staying in and laying low as much as we can. However you are dealing with this current situation and following the “Safer at Home” order, we hope you are still able to take some time for yourself and enjoy life. Walk the Fox River Trail. Visit a park. Order takeout from your favorite local restaurant. Take yourself away for a moment from social media and Netflix and get outside and take a deep breath of fresh air.

To help you do this safely, we’ve gathered some resources to help you enjoy a little while also following CDC and other health expert recommendations.

  • Our daily business update guide lists restaurants offering curbside takeout or delivery, other local businesses offering specials/deals and a list of businesses that are temporarily closed.
  • Our social distancing in Green Bay blog lists activities you can still enjoy outdoors and indoors in Greater Green Bay while following social distancing standards.
  • Our Greater Green Bay Scavenger Hunt gives you a few new landmarks to check out in the area to keep you occupied for an afternoon.

If you are able to, please consider supporting Greater Green Bay small businesses. Buy gift certificates to use later. Shop online. Purchase a membership, passes for future use or make a donation to your favorite local attraction you plan to visit this summer/fall. Consider a staycation at your favorite local hotel once things get back to normal. These are great ways to help support our small businesses as they navigate through this difficult time. They'd love to see you again after we recover from this situation.

For businesses in the tourism industry and Greater Green Bay CVB partners, we developed a page on COVID-19 updates to keep you informed of cases in our state and region, ways to prevent the spread and support available for small businesses as they come available.

Regarding events, we encourage you to follow-up directly with the respective host or entity for the most up-to-date info on their schedules, hours, or happenings.

Greater Green Bay CVB sales staff are currently working with clients to reschedule events, group tours, sports tournaments and meetings/conventions in the immediate future to a later date. Planners the following links will direct you to staff to contact if you have any questions at this time:

For all other inquiries, contact the Greater Green Bay CVB here or call 888-867-3342 from 8 am - 4:30 pm Monday-Friday. A staff member will respond to you as soon as possible. You can also reach out to us via Facebook Messenger.

The Greater Green Bay community is encouraged to become part of the Blue-Ribbon campaign showing support for healthcare workers. Individuals can display or wear blue ribbons, display blue lights at their homes and businesses and have children color blue ribbon pictures to display on windows and doors. It is hoped that these actions of support will be shared via social media channels of our area healthcare systems and providers using #BlueArmy.

From all of us at the Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau, hang in there. We don’t know when, but this shall pass. Doors will open again and activities will resume with laughter from bringing people together again. We can’t wait to welcome visitors back to our community. Until then, stay safe and healthy, and keep in touch.

Order Takeout or Delivery

Ordering delivery or take out is a great way to support local restaurants and bars during this time.

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Things To Do

We've got some ideas to help you beat the boredom and de-stress in Green Bay, while also maintaining proper social distance.

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COVID-19 Travel Alert

The Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) highly recommends travelers follow protocols directed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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