The governor has presented a “Safer At Home” policy for Colorado and SW Farm to Yarn Collective is planning to slowly re-open our doors beginning May 5. For starters we will be open from 10am – 2pm on Tuesdays and Fridays, and will gradually expand our hours as conditions permit and needs warrant. Curbside pickup is an option if you know what you want. “Shop by appointment” is also an option for our members. Contact us via email email@example.com to make an appointment.
We have developed a business re-opening plan that will protect our staff and our customers. This issue of our newsletter will present our re-opening plan. Though it is lengthy, we hope you will read it carefully before you resume shopping. We take your health and ours very seriously. We are also posting this information on our website.
- No more than 3 customers will be allowed in the shop at any one time. There is sufficient room in the shop that folks can browse the merchandise and practice proper social distancing.
- Markings have been installed on the floor at 6 feet at the checkout counter.
- Customers will be required to wear a face mask. F2Y will provide one should a customer not have one. Used masks will be taken home by the volunteer on duty, washed, and brought back on their next shift.
- A 70% alcohol disinfecting solution will be located at the checkout counter, in the office, and in the restroom for customer and volunteer use.
- A sign placed on the front entrance will notify customers of the maximum capacity and face mask requirements. Volunteers are empowered to stop customers from entering when the maximum is reached
- All our volunteers will be required to wear a face mask. They will be trained on proper usage and sanitation of face masks.
- Volunteers will be required to wash their hands when first entering the building, and frequently thereafter.
- Volunteers will call in prior to each shift if they have symptoms of covid-19, and will remain home, isolate, and monitor their symptoms.
- Volunteers will sanitize the bathroom toilet handles, door knobs, faucets, and soap dispensers when any volunteer or customer uses the bathroom.
- Volunteers will sanitize the entrance, any other door knobs, microwave, and any display case handles regularly.
- Volunteers and delivery people have been instructed to maintain their physical distance between each other.
- Volunteers will sanitize their hands with alcohol after physical interaction with a customer or any monetary exchange, along with any areas that a customer has touched at a service counter before interacting with the next customer.