Business of the Week: Nathan’s Barbershop

Business of the Week:  Nathan’s Barber Shop

Nathan’s Barber Shop established in 2003 is a full service barber.  Located in beautiful, downtown Jordan, Nathan’s has both street parking and customer parking behind the building.  Call ahead to get an appointment for a time that works for you. Community support for Jordan’s local businesses has been been great, so be sure to check out this week’s Business of the Week!

Where: Beautiful Downtown Jordan (213 Water St.)

Hours:  Tuesday thru Friday open 9am to 5pm.  Saturday’s 9am to noon.

Phone: 952-492-6722

Business of the Week: Creek Water Memories

Business of the Week: Creek Water Memories

Have you found a new hobby recently? Check out this week’s Business of the Week, Creek Water Memories. They are located in historic downtown Jordan and carry an assortment of papers, stamps, and bling. Shop, and create, local!

About: Creek Water Memories host several classes monthly as well as a weekly card club. They also host Friday and Saturday scraps.

Where: Beautiful, Downtown Jordan (107 Water St.)

Follow: Website| Facebook

#LiveShopDineJordan

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

Sources:

MnDEED Guidance on Exemptions: https://mn.gov/deed/newscenter/covid/business-exemptions/

MN Executive Order 20-20: https://mn.gov/governor/assets/3a.%20EO%2020-20%20FINAL%20SIGNED%20Filed_tcm1055-425020.pdf

MN Executive Order 20-33

https://www.leg.state.mn.us/archive/execorders/20-33.pdf

MN Executive Order 20-40

https://mn.gov/governor/assets/EO%2020-40%20Final_tcm1055-429564.pdf

MN Executive Order 20-48

https://mn.gov/covid19/assets/EO%2020-48%20Final_tcm1148-430504.pdf

MN Executive Order 20-56

https://www.leg.state.mn.us/archive/execorders/20-56.pdf

MN Executive Order 20-96

https://mn.gov/governor/assets/EO%2020-96%20Final_tcm1055-453621.pdf

MnDEED NAICS Critical List: https://mn.gov/deed/assets/naics-critical-list_tcm1045-424829.pdf

Federal CISA Guidance: https://www.cisa.gov/sites/default/files/publications/CISA_Guidance_on_the_Essential_Critical_Infrastructure_Workforce_508C_0.pdf

Business of the Week: Jordan Supper Club and Tap Room

Business of the Week: Jordan Supper Club and Tap Room

It’s the Jordan Supper Club and Tap Room’s Birthday! They are now in the 4th year of operation under the direction of General Manager Joseph Nowak, and Executive Chef Erik Rasmussen. Be sure to get out there to support local this week and weekend! You can find delicious specials on their Facebook page.

About Jordan Supper Club and Tap Room:

“You won’t find a place quite like this anywhere else in Scott County. Our space reflects country character with a cozy, modern design appeal. Come in and stay awhile! We encourage long stays & talking time to enjoy yourself.”

Make a reservation, and check out their menu online, here.

Business of the Week: Allen Houdek Agency

Business of the Week: Allen Houdek Agency

Allen Houdek and his team have been serving the community of Jordan for over 15 years. As a part of the community, members of the team at Allen Houdek Agency have served on boards, and the business has made donations to fund scholarships available to students at Jordan Public Schools. As a long-standing member of the community, the City is proud to designate Allen Houdek Agency, Inc. As the Business of the Week.

From the business:

“My team is here to serve. Our unique backgrounds, training and experience have prepared us well to help meet your insurance needs. Additionally, as residents of your community, we understand how important it is to be there for you – our trusted friends and neighbors. Together, we’re building strong partnerships that help everyone succeed. “

Find them on the Web:

Event of the Week: 2nd Annual Storefront Decorating Contest

It’s time for the 2nd Annual Storefront Decorating Contest! Get your holiday spirit going and decorate your storefront to participate in this new Jordan tradition. Last year’s winner, Penney Family Chiropractic, is pictured.

How to Enter: Send us pictures of your storefront all dressed up in holiday spirit by Friday December 20th to enter the contest!

How to Win: We’ll post all photos in a Facebook Poll and the business with the most votes will be crowned Business of the Week.

Photos will be posted in order of submission.

Questions? Contact Nathan Fuerst at (952) 492-2535 or nfuerst@jordanmn.gov

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

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

Located on Triangle Lane, Clancy’s has been serving up their signature Pizza, Broasted Chicken, and Hamburgers since 1982 – that’s 37 years! The City is happy to make them the Business of the Week this week.

“Customers continuously tell us we have the best pizza around. We think so too. Our pizza sauce was created back in 1982 and has stood the test of time. Only four people have ever known this recipe. ” – Clancy’s Website

Location: 220 Triangle Lane (near the intersection of 282 and 169)

Website: clancyspizza.com

Facebook: @ClancysBarRestaurant

Business of the Week: Brittany Kinney Beautē (Grand Opening 9/6/19!)

Business of the Week: Brittany Kinney Beautē

Downtown Jordan is home to a new salon on Broadway. Welcome to Brittany Kinney Beautē!

Please be sure to join Brittany Kinney Beautē for their grand opening on Friday, September 6th! Win prizes, enjoy beverages and fancy treats, earn a free gift with each purchase, and win Aveda rewards!

When: Friday, September 6, 2019 from 2 – 5 p.m.

Where: Beautiful, downtown Jordan (215 Broadway St. S.)

What:

  • Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at 2:15 p.m.,
  • Win prizes and join Aveda rewards,
  • Enjoy beverages and FANCY treats,
  • Earn a free gift with each purchase,
  • Check out Heimatfest afterwords!

About Brittany Kinney Beautē:

This is the second salon location for Brittany Kinney, the owner, hair, and makeup stylist.

“The mission at Brittany Kinney Beaute is to help you to not only look amazing, but also feel truely amazing…

Whether it’s a special occasion with hair styling and makeup application or an everyday look with balayage, foils or a fresh trendy haircut, they’ll find the very best version of you!”

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