The Roscoe Village Chamber of Commerce has assembled a planning framework to guide our community's ongoing response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Path Forward: A Roadmap for Resiliency is aimed at supporting the long-term success of businesses in Roscoe Village and helping ensure the resiliency of our community. This page will be updated frequently with resources and information to help businesses navigate the reopening and recovery periods.
Businesses can use the following resources to plan for reopening and recovery. This list will be updated frequently as more information is made available. Are there other resources you're using to guide your reopening plans? Email us at email@example.com so we can share your tools with our business community.
Current Reopening Status: Phase 2
Roscoe Village is currently in Phase 2 of the City of Chicago's reopening framework.
What's allowed in Phase 2?
Manufacturing: Essential manufacturing only
“Non-essential” businesses: Employees of “non-essential” businesses are required to work from home except for Minimum Basic Operations
Bars and restaurants: Open for delivery, pickup and drive-through only
Personal care services and health clubs: Closed
Retail: Essential stores are open with restrictions; Non-essential stores open for delivery and curbside pickup
When will Roscoe Village progress to Phase 3?
On May 22, Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot and the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced that Chicago is on track to be ready to move to Phase 3 of its reopening framework in early June given the progress on several key health metrics. The city has released additional guidance for businesses, so click here to view Phase 3 Reopening Guidelines.
Although reopening plans for the City of Chicago and State of Illinois are closely linked, Chicago may progress through the state's reopening plan at a slower rate than other municipalities. Roscoe Village businesses should follow announcements at all levels of government, while paying special attention to additional guidance that may be issued by the City of Chicago.
RVCC Recovery & Reopening Toolkit for Small Businesses
Restaurants & Bars
Salons, Spas, Wellness