We are now an official drop-off and shipping point for UPS packages, along with Amazon return station. Free of charge!
Staack’s Fine Furniture & Carpeting is NOW OPEN! We would love to see you in downtown Syracuse to see what we have to offer.
We are excited to announce that we are reopening on May 5, 2020. With this being said you will see many changes when you return to our clinic. We are implementing these changes for the health of our patients and staff so please be considerate as this will most likely be an adjustment for all of us.
First off, we will require all staff to wear a N95 mask and face shield. We will be using a combination of washing our hands with soap and water, hand sanitizer, and gloves to help protect everyone in the clinic.
Although we are going to attempt reopening next week staying within the DHM guidelines, we are going to continue trying to offer curbside and delivery for those who want to continue sheltering in place or don’t feel comfortable to dine in our establishment yet. we want to accommodate everyone as best as possible. So whatever your feelings are in this matter, we’re here for you.
B&J’s Bar & Grill is now offering Curbside Pickup Orders from 11am to 2pm and 5pm to 8pm daily. Call ahead t0 place your order: 402-269-9917. In accordance with the Governor’s mandate, we cannot allow customers to enter the building. As of now, we are still offering a full menu , which you can see on our Facebook page.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraskans who order takeout during the coronavirus pandemic may soon be able to get a side of bread, milk and toilet paper from their local restaurant, Gov. Pete Ricketts announced Tuesday. Ricketts said he is relaxing state rules that govern what local eateries can sell to give them more flexibility as they struggle with sharp declines in business. The move would allow restaurants to sell food and other goods not labeled for retail sale, including eggs, butter, cereal, produce and disinfectants.
As of 4/10/20, Syracuse Rescue Service is here during these unique times and is fully operational. We encourage everyone to continue their social distancing efforts and self-isolating if returning from travel out of state or if you have been in contact with an infected person.
We have inventoried Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)and readied an ambulance specifically designated for possible Coronavirus calls. Our members have also received information and training. If you need service, call 9-1-1. For the safety of emergency personnel, hospital personnel and others, the 9-1-1 operator perform an initial screening when you call.
As of April 9, 2020, Syracuse Area Health is now offering phone or video appointments in the comfort and safety of your home, including primary care, orthopaedics and more! Visits are available for established SAH patients with a smartphone, computer or tablet with audio/visual capability. If you don’t have this technology, no worries! We can also accommodate appropriate telephone-only visits. Read More >>