UPDATED: 3/20/2020 at 3:24pm
A GUIDE TO NORTH SHORE CANCELLATIONS, CLOSURES, AND MODIFICATIONS
Dear North Shore Residents:
The seven North Shore Communities are working together to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 Virus.
During this unprecedented time, it’s our goal to keep residents informed on public safety mandates as they occur.
Below is a list of North Shore Businesses and Organizations that have adjusted or modified their operations to accommodate new protocols. Please abide by their cautionary directives, so all employers can keep their employees safe.
As events cancel and facilities close, we’ll be posting dynamic updates below.
If you have an update to the list, please contact Welcome to Glendale.
FOR A LINK TO SHOREWOOD’S UPDATED BUSINESS GUIDE click here.
NOTE: As of Tuesday, March 23, Governor Evers has declared a SAFER-AT-HOME ORDER. Residents are to stay at in-place at home. However, they may visit restaurants, grocery stores, and take walks outside. The following establishments will remain open: Grocery Stores, Pharmacies, Medical Supply Store, Gas Stations, Liquor Stores, Hardware Stores, Laundromats, Banks, Auto Service, and Pet Stores.
GLENDALE CITY HALL: Glendale City Hall will be closed to the public. Staff will be available to answer emails and phone calls. In-person early voting will be done by appointment only. Appointment priority will be given to persons who need to register. Please call 414-228-1702 to make an appointment. Registered voters can go on-line to www.myvote.wi.gov to request a ballot be mailed.
Online services for payments are available on the city website. Payments may also be made via drop box located in the Police Department parking lot.
GLENDALE POLICE DEPARTMENT: As of 3/20/2020, lobby will be closed. People may call their non-emergency number at 414.228.1753.
All North Shore Schools are closed indefinitely.
NOTE: EFFECTIVE 3/17/20 all bars and restaurants are closed aside from delivery and pick-up services.
Concerned about your favorite eatery? Purchase a gift card from them.
The Bavarian Bierhaus: Now offering Curbside Service
The Brick Pub & Grill: Now offering curbside service with limited hours. MONDAY – Closed. Tuesday through Thursday 4-8pm. Friday 4-9pm. Saturday 11am to 8pm. Sunday 11am to 3pm.
Collectivo: Closed until April 1st.
Chubby’s Cheesesteaks: There will be NO DELIVERY CHARGE for the duration of the COVID-19 emergency and we are offering curbside pickup for any carryout orders until further notice! All locations are participating and we will be open late.
Stone Creek Cafe: Temporarily closing all 13 Cafes.
Dr. Dawg: Due to COVID-19, they are encouraging people to take orders to go. Delivery is available through DoorDash and Postmates, or you can order online.
McDonald’s has closed their restaurant for dine-ins…however, they will operate walk-in-take-out, drive-thru, and McDelivery options.
Solly’s Grille is serving food for pick-up, curbside delivery, or through the following delivery services: Grubhub, DoorDash, PostMates.
Kohl’s is closing all stores until further notice. Their online shop is ready for orders.
Board Game Barrister is now offering Road-Side Service 10am to 6pm at their Glendale location. Call ahead and talk to their experts. Then pick-up your game at their Glendale location.
Kilwins will be closing earlier at 7 pm Monday through Saturday & 6 pm in Sunday to allow time to pick up dessert or a treat after work. They are open for curbside service.
All Pick n’ Save Grocery Stores will close at 10pm.
Boelter’s Superstore is closed until further notice.
First Bank Financial Centre will suspend branch lobby access at each location. This change will go into effect on Thursday, March 19th. Based on current information, they will resume normal branch access on Monday, April 13th. Drive-Thru, ATM’s and online Banking is still available.
As of March 20th, Gov . Evers announced that as of 5 p.m., all hair salons, day spas, nail salons, barber shops, tattoo parlors, body art establishments, and tanning facilities must close.
Marcus Theaters has closed all theaters.
Milwaukee County Parks are closed. As seen on Twitter: “To help stem the spread of COVID-19 all @CountyParks playgrounds have been closed. While we recognize these closures are disappointing and inconvenient, they are essential to support the health of our community at this time. Thank you for your understanding.”
Balance Fitness is operating on limited hours and is moving it’s small exercise classes and personal training lessons online.
The Wisconsin Athletic Club (WAC) will close all locations staring March 18th until further notice. “During this time, your membership will be placed on freeze at no cost to you beginning Wednesday, March 18. After that, we will credit your account for the remainder of March and for the duration of our closure. You will not need to call to place your membership on freeze. We will notify you when the club reopens and billing will resume.”
AddeoFit has temporarily closed their location.
The April WEYCO FACTORY sale has been postponed.
Milwaukee County Transit System: Starting Monday, March 23 and lasting until further notice, buses that operate Mondays through Fridays will begin using a schedule that is similar to the one used by MCTS on Saturdays. This adjustment means that Freeway Flyers – including Route 143: Ozaukee County Express – will not be operating. Weekend schedules remain unchanged with one exception; Route 137 will not operate to the House of Correction.