Stay at Home extended until 5/18/20

Governor’s Website COVID Response and Preparation
Governor’s Website Updated Stay at Home Order allow Non Critical Businesses to Open and Offer Curbside Pick Up
City Site Minneapolis- FAQs for Local Business
City Site Minneapolis Updates
City Site St. Paul Updates
Governor’s Website Elective Surgeries- 5/11:Roadmap for doctors, dentists and veterinarians to restart elective surgeries
Governor’s Website Outdoor Recreation:Governor Walz expands outdoor recreation opportunities
Governor’s Website Allowing workers to go back to work-Allows workers in non-customer facing industrial and office-based businesses who cannot work from home to return to work
Dept. of Natural Resources DNR Managed Public Water Accesses-open for use
Minnesota Employment and Economic Development Guidance on Reopening Business
Governor’s Website Executive Order- Safely Reopening Minnesota’s Economy and Ensuring Safe Non-Work Activities during the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency
Gov. Walz official Twitter Retail stores, malls and other main street businesses can reopen if they have a safety plan.
Governor’s Website New Executive Order- Allows students in critical care sectors to attend classes for needed in-person training or testing in order to graduate, helping fill workforce shortages in those sectors.
Governor’s Website Executive Order 20-56- permits certain outdoor recreational activities and facilities to reopen beginning May 18 if they follow specific health and safety guideline
Minnesota COVID-19 Response Site Minnesota’s Stay Safe Plan