HOW TO SAFELY ENJOY EAGAN
Enjoy Eagan is actively monitoring developments surrounding COVID-19 as the safety and health of our visitors is our top priority. We are fully engaged with local and state officials to coordinate a safe return to travel and are committed to providing you with the very latest details on how to safely experience our destination.
Minnesota is currently in Phase III of its “Stay Safe Plan” which aims to slow the spread of COVID-19. With most Eagan businesses back up and running, practices that have led to a steady decline in COVID-19 cases throughout the community and our state must still be adhered to in order to keep the virus at bay. Social distancing (remaining six feet away from others) and washing hands frequently are strongly recommended at all times.
Governor Tim Walz signed an executive order requiring people living in and visiting Minnesota to wear face masks in all public indoor spaces and businesses beginning July 25. For more information on face mask requirements, please click here.
Under Minnesota’s Stay Safe Plan, restaurants, bars, places of worship, hair salons, fitness centers, and places such as theaters and bowling alleys are allowed to operate indoors and outdoors at limited capacity. For more detailed criteria, please click here.
In response to COVID-19, the American Hotel & Lodging Association has introduced the Stay Safe initiative with enhanced industry-wide cleaning standards. Many hotel brands are taking additional measures to protect against transmission of the virus. Comprehensive details of each company’s health and safety procedures are linked below.
For information on all 19 of our Eagan hotels, please click here.
Most restaurants in Eagan are now offering in-person dining at a 50% capacity. Minimum basic operations include screening workers, enhancing workplace sanitation, wearing masks and gloves if appropriate, and separating tables and work areas by six feet when possible. As of October 8, 2020, Governor Walz has changed seating limitations for restaurants and bars to 10 people (per table) in dining rooms and 4 people (per table) in bar areas. For the latest updates, please click here. For all Eagan dining options please click here.