Business of the Week: Clancy’s Bar & Pizza Parlor

Business of the Week: Clancy’s Bar & Pizza Parlor

Members of the Jordan community are asked to continue their support for local businesses. This week, Clancy’s has been selected as the Business of the Week! Order pizza for delivery or use curbside pickup to grab the goods.

Check out their Facebook for hours, a menu, daily specials, and more!

Location: 220 Triangle Ln.

Contact: (952) 492-2199


Get Mental Health Support – Scott County Mobile Crisis Line

Shakopee, MN; April 23, 2020 – For many people, the COVID-19 pandemic has bought with it altered daily routines, uncertainty, financial pressure, and social isolation. This combination can leave some people feeling out of control and needing help to manage their emotions.

Scott County residents have 24/7 free access to the Scott County Mobile Crisis Response Team by calling 952-818-3702. A caller to the crisis line may receive crisis counseling, information or referrals, or a direct link to a provider who will come to where the caller is located (using social distancing measures) and provide a crisis assessment.  

Scott County residents are encouraged to contact Mobile Crisis Response if they or someone they care about is experiencing a crisis involving the following: suicidal feelings, panic, hopelessness, moods wings, defiance, angry outbursts, severe anxiety, hallucinations, depression, delusions, increased substance use, isolation, self-injury, or other behaviors that indicate a mental health crisis.

Jay Theisen, Scott County Mobile Crisis Response Director, said that the crisis line is open during the COVID-19 pandemic and ready to serve people who are struggling. Many of the assessments can be conducted via telehealth, which allows clinicians to talk face-to-face with an individual over a computer, tablet, or smartphone. When necessary, a face-to-face intervention can be arranged using appropriate social distancing.

Theisen said callers to the crisis line have a variety of challenges, but most are mentioning the COVID-19 pandemic as an exacerbating factor to their current mental health.

“We’re seeing families who have struggled with mental health or substance use in the past who are now faced with the additional stress that COVID-19 has brought to their lives. We’re working hard to help them with appropriate interventions and compassion,” Theisen said.

Theisen explained that uncertainty about the future is contributing to a significant increase in depression, anxiety, loneliness, and panic attacks. However, he said, the crisis team’s services are helping.  “We’re finding that when people are presented with coping mechanisms and someone outside of their home to talk with, it can be tremendously helpful and calming,” Theisen said.

Though each situation is unique, Theisen says, interventions for callers may include: de-escalation, short-term safety planning, provisional diagnosis, initial crisis plans, referrals, subacute crisis stabilization facility, in-patient hospitalization referrals, and/or referrals to other needed programming and supports.

The mobile crisis response team is operated by Canvas Health, a nonprofit community mental health agency, and housed in the Scott County Law Enforcement Center in Shakopee. Canvas Health has provided Mobile Crisis Response Services to Scott County since 2017.

Celebrating more than 50 years of bringing hope, healing, and recovery to the lives of people we serve, Canvas Health offers over 35 clinic- and community-based programs. Our highly skilled, compassionate clinicians provide services to people struggling with mental illness, substance use, abuse, crisis, unstable housing, and trauma. As a nonprofit community-based agency, Canvas Health acts as a safety net provider, serving those with complex needs who may not otherwise be able to afford care. For more information, visit

Buy Gift Cards to Support Local Businesses

One of the best ways to support businesses during the mandatory shut down is to purchase a gift card that you can use later. Use this list to find who’s selling, and how to buy gift cards.

Bluff Creek Boutique – buy here

Brittany Kinney Beautē

Call 763-954-0952. I can take payment via phone and will store the gift card via their profile or send via email!

Clancy’s Bar and Pizza Parlor

Instructions are the same as ordering food, just call and we will bring it out. 952-492-2199 or 952-492-2096. 

The Feed Mill

Call 952-492-3646

Linsey’s BBQ & Grill – buy here

For a limited time, buy a $25 gift card and receive an additional $10 gift card.

The Vinery – buy here

Snips Salon – buy here

Water Street Antiques

Gift card purchases can be made over the phone 612-916-9467.

Businesses with updates are welcome to call Nathan Fuerst, Planner/ Economic Development Specialist, at City Hall (952) 492-2535 to update this list.

Business of the Week: Linsey’s BBQ & Grill

Business of the Week: Linsey’s BBQ & Grill

Members of the Jordan community are asked to continue their support for local businesses. This week, Linsey’s BBQ & Grill has been selected as the Business of the Week! Try Linsey’s for lunch or dinner, and utilize curbside pickup to grab the goods. Gift cards can also be purchased online to show your support.

Check out their Facebook for hours, a menu, daily specials, and more!

Location: Beautiful, Downtown Jordan (350 El Dorado Dr.)

Contact: 952-492-7015


Business of the Week: The Feed Mill

Business of the Week: The Feed Mill

During this tough period, residents are asked to support Jordan’s local businesses. This week, The Feed Mill has been selected as the Business of the Week! Let them take care of the cooking. They are offering Curbside Pickup and Local Delivery most days from 9am – 1pm.

Check out their Facebook for hours, a menu, daily specials, and more!

Location: Beautiful, Downtown Jordan (200 Water St.)

Contact: 952-492-3646

Business Closures: Guidance on MN Executive Orders

City Officials have received numerous questions about the Governor’s Stay at Home Executive Orders and how they impact local businesses. This page discusses closures and exemptions.

Business Closures

Please review guidance from MN DEED to determine whether your business classification is deemed “critical” and if it is not, then you may not remain open

Want to learn more about reopening safely? Click here.

Please contact City Staff with questions about whether your business needs to be closed, whether you can reopen, and how to do so safely.

Need help navigating Closures?

Those with questions are encouraged to ask City Staff for help by emailing Nathan Fuerst, Planner/Economic Development Specialist.

Businesses Still Open

Businesses that have been allowed to continue operation are restaurants and bars that serve food (curbside and take-out only), health service providers, liquor stores, and financial institutions including insurance & investments.

We recognize the shut down has created significant hardship for businesses not deemed “critical”. Although our City is not creating Executive Orders, we do need to ensure businesses are following them. 

The City’s goal is to communicate information on closures promptly to businesses, and to be here as support for those that would like help navigating State of Minnesota regulations.

Please follow our Governor’s Executive Orders to do your part in slowing the spread of the COVID-19 virus during this pandemic.  We would also like to encourage our residents to continue supporting those businesses remaining open.  If you have any questions, please feel free to email or call myself, the City Administrator or our City Planners.

Thank you,

Tom Nikunen, City Administrator

City of Jordan


MnDEED Guidance on Exemptions:

MN Executive Order 20-20:

MN Executive Order 20-33

MN Executive Order 20-40

MN Executive Order 20-48

MN Executive Order 20-56

MN Executive Order 20-96

MnDEED NAICS Critical List:

Federal CISA Guidance:

Support Local in Jordan

Due to Executive Order 20-99, certain places of public accommodation including bars, restaurants, cafes, breweries, and wineries are required to close indoor service from 11/20/20 until 12/18/20. Please consider supporting local businesses during this difficult time. This list includes options for take out, curbside pickup, and delivery as well as closures. It is up-to-date as of 11/19/20.

Please call or check each business’ website for updated hours.

Curbside Pickup, Delivery, or Take Out Available

Clancy’s (Food and Off-sale Liquor)

Hours: Monday-Saturday 11am – 8pm; Phone: 952-492-2199 or 952-492-2096

Clancy’s is credit card only! Please view the menu online and then call for an order with your card ready. When you arrive to pickup, please call to let us know you’re here and we will bring it out. We also offer delivery.

Delia’s All-In-One

Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11am – 8pm; Friday-Saturday 7am-11am for breakfast Phone: 952-657-7600

Feel free to call us to place a takeout order over the phone or order online. We have set up a shelf in the restaurant dedicated for online/phone orders for easy pick up and go!

Empire Wok

Hours: Monday, Wednesday-Sunday 11am – 9pm; Phone: 952-492-5556

The menu is available online, and you can call to place a takeout order or order online.

The Feed Mill

Hours: Wednesday-Sunday 9:00am-1:00pm; Phone: 952-492-3646

The menu is available online, and you can call to place an order for takeout. Free delivery Friday-Sunday in the Jordan area with a $20 minimum order.

Jordan Supper Club & Tap Room

Hours: Friday-Sunday 4pm-7:30pm Phone: 952-492-6700

Currently we are only offering family feasts and a limited menu for takeout, you can call or order online to place an order.

Mousse Winery

Hours: Thursday-Friday 2-5pm, Saturday 11am-3pm, Sunday 12-3pm; Phone: 952-492-8162

We are open for curbside pickup and to-go bottles of wine during limited hours. We also offer shipping to some states. Place your order on the website or over the phone.

Ridges at Sand Creek

Hours: Thursday-Friday 11am-7pm, Saturday 3pm-7pm; Phone: 952-492-2650

We ask that all take-out orders are placed via phone and that payments are made over the phone at the time of order. The menu is available online.

Roet’s Jordan Brewery

Hours: Saturday 2-6 pm; Phone: 952-406-8865

Curbside Growler Sales are available on certain dates only. Please check Facebook for more. We need empties, please bring back your empty Roets growlers. Some online ordering is available.


Hours: Monday-Saturday 9am-9pm, Sunday 10am-9pm; Phone: 952-492-7895

Subway encourages orders to be placed online or over the phone. No dining, restroom, or fountain beverages are allowed.

Suzette’s Restaurant

Hours: Wednesday- Sunday 4:30pm-8pm; Phone: 952-492-2422

The menu is available online and you can call to place your order for takeout.

Swager Nutrition

Hours: Monday-Friday 7am-2pm; Phone: 612-709-2489

Offering curbside pickup and preorder grab-and-go. Simply text your order to us 612-709-2489 and we will deliver your favorite Vitamin Packed Shake and Tea right to your car door or come in and we will have your order waiting for you!

The Pickled Pig

Hours: Saturday-Sunday 12pm-8pm, Monday-Friday 11am-1pm, 4:30pm-8:30pm; Phone: 952-492-7000

The menu is available online and you can call to order takeout.

Additional Food/Drink Options

Caribou Coffee

Open Monday-Friday 4:30am-8pm, Saturday-Sunday 5:30am-8pm. Order in the drive-thru or from the Caribou app.


Open 5am-11pm everyday. Order in the drive-thru or via the app. Curbside pickup is available.

Taco Bell

Open Monday-Thursday, Sunday 7am-midnight, Friday-Saturday 7am-1am. Order in the drive-thru or online.

Other Options

Broadway Market

Open daily 5am-midnight

Jordan Wine & Spirits

Open Monday-Saturday 9am-9pm, Sunday 11am-6pm. Open for regular walk in business and now offering additional curbside service during this time. Please call 952-492-3919 before pick-up. Regular ID requirements still apply.

Pekarna Meat Market

Open Tuesday-Thursday 8am-6pm, Friday 8am-8pm, Saturday 8am-2pm; Open for regular walk-in business.

Radermacher’s Fresh Market

Open Monday-Sunday 7am-10pm. Open for regular walk-in business.

Talk of the Town Liquor

Open Monday-Saturday 9am-10pm, Sunday 11am-6pm. Open for regular walk-in business.

The Jordan Area Food Shelf

Open on Saturday’s from 9am – noon. Checkout the website or call 952-292-8759 for more information.

Restaurants Temporarily Closed

Linsey’s BBQ & Grill

Moola’s Bar

Businesses with updates are welcome to call Nathan Fuerst, Planner/ Economic Development Specialist, at City Hall (952) 492-2535 to update this list.

Resources for Unemployment Benefits and Impacted Employers (COVID-19)

Unemployment Benefits

Minnesota Residents who have had their employment affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic may file for unemployment benefits with the State of Minnesota.

Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply online due to large volumes of phone calls at state offices. Jordan residents that need assistance applying are encouraged to work with family members or neighbors to complete their application. Links to unemployment information, including how to apply, can be found online at

  1. (start here) MN Department of Employment and Economic Development.
  2. (read this) About Unemployment and COVID-19 from MnDEED.
  3. Apply.

Small Businesses

Small businesses in Jordan impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic are encouraged to make use of financial resources that are available at the federal and state level. A comprehensive guide by MnDEED provides useful summaries and links to application portals.

Federal (SBA) Resources:

  • SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) + EIDL Grant
  • SBA Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

State (MnDEED) Resources:

  • Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Program
  • Minnesota Small Business Emergency Loan Program
  • Minnesota Small Business Loan Guarantee Program
  • Unemployment Insurance Shared Work Program

Other Resources:

Errands to Reduce Risk

Errands to Reduce Risk – City Coordinated Volunteer Program

This program is intended to reduce the spread of COVID-19 among Jordan residents that are at higher risk (including the elderly or immunocompromised) by connecting them with volunteers that are willing to run errands in their stead.

Errands include, but are not limited to: groceries, pharmacy items, home goods or essentials, pet food, etc. To the greatest extent possible, volunteers agree to reduce contact with the program recipients.

To receive help: Please call 952-492-2535

To volunteer: Please fill out the google form or contact us at 952-492-2535.

We will coordinate with volunteers to take care of our high risk residents. Prospective volunteers will be screened by using publicly available court records.

For more about COVID-19, and what you can do to slow the spread, please consult the latest from the CDC at