This page contains information regarding the City’s COVID-19 Response, and links to resources for residents and businesses impacted by the pandemic.
Click here for the latest State of MN Executive Orders
- Most Recent Executive Order: 21-17 (review that EO here) changes regulations on Places of Public Accommodation
May 4, 2020 – Letter from the Jordan City Council to Governor Walz Regarding Reopening Businesses.
April 9, 2020 – Letter from Chief Empey, regarding the City’s COVID-19 Response.
Supporting the Community
Shop Local – Find information about how to support local businesses.
Buy Gift Cards – Find information about who’s selling gift cards, and how to purchase.
Mental Health – Get information and help to take care of your mental health.
Errands to Reduce Risk – Learn how high-risk residents can receive help getting essentials delivered right to their home, or volunteer to help with this effort.
Resources for Businesses and Employees
Guidance on Restaurant and Bar Operations – Learn more about the State guidelines for operation.
Guidance on Retail Operations – Learn more about the State guidelines for operation.
Guidance on Business Requirements – Learn about the requirements for businesses from the State of Minnesota.
Unemployment and Small Businesses – Find information about how to file for unemployment benefits, and receive assistance if you’re a small business owner.
City Policies and Plans
Playground Equipment – The City has reopened playground equipment. Please practice proper social distancing.
City’s COVID-19 Outbreak Response Plan – Read the City’s COVID-19 Response Plan, approved by the City Council Monday, March 16, 2020.
City’s COVID-19 Preparedness Plan – Read the protocols established to protect City Staff and residents as City Facilities reopen to the public.
Notice of ongoing City Facility Closure – Read the notice detailing City Services that are impacted by COVID-19 including deputy registrar operations and first responders.
Questions or concerns? Call the City’s main line at (952) 492-2535