Guidelines for a Safe Visit
Greater Green Bay is committed to the safety and health of our community, residents and visitors.
As we emerge from the COVID-19 crisis we maintain safety as the most important aspect for Greater Green Bay.
We are open for business. Procedures are in place for a safe and healthy destination visit. Our community is working to reduce the health risks related to COVID-19 with best cleaning practices, so you can feel comfortable during your stay. Greater Green Bay businesses are excited to welcome you to Green Bay.
Tips to prepare you for your visit to Green Bay:
The best trips are those that include some spontaneity as well as thought-out planning. Be sure to do your research and be flexible if plans need to change. Having a plan B or C might be beneficial as we all navigate through this new normal. Be prepared for changes in business hours, time limits, number of guests allowed in indoor spaces, wearing masks when around others, and other safety measures.
Call ahead to verify hours and ask about any changes in service or operations so you know what to expect before you get to your destination. Be sure to ask about and respect any safety precautions businesses may have in place, such as enforcing the 6-foot social distancing rule, limiting the number of participants in a group activity, or having a limited number of customers inside at a time. Things can change quickly, so it’s a good idea to verify hours/operations on the day of your visit in addition to your initial planning.
3. Wear a Face Mask Around Others
Masks are an easy way to help reduce the spread of viruses and demonstrates you’re observing social distancing guidelines. There is no longer a face mask mandate in Brown County, but the CDC still recommends mask wearing for those who are not fully vaccinated.
4. Keep Your Distance
In addition to wearing a face mask in public spaces if you are not fully vaccinated, try to maintain a 6-foot distance from others.
5. Plan Food & Drink Outings Ahead of Time
Restaurants and bars of all kinds are making adjustments to their operations and dining spaces, so planning out where to dine or order takeout now may save you time later. Account for adjusted business hours, longer wait times, lowered capacity in restaurants and bars, space dividers between tables or employee/non-employee spaces, more opportunities for patio dining, and required reservations. Most restaurants will continue to offer takeout and delivery, so consider taking advantage of meals you can take to-go too. Restaurants are also experience staffing shortages so your patience is greatly appreciated when dining out.
Browse restaurants to make reservations or order takeout/delivery to enjoy your favorite meal offsite.