At this time we have closed our offices to visitors. Please contact us at 269-637-5171 or events@SouthHavenMI.com.
Andrea Olson - State Farm Insurance
Most customer service can be handled by phone, including payments, claim information, and policy changes. Documents can be emailed or faxed. Customers can also use the drop box slot in our back door for payments. Thank you for your patience and cooperation. 269-637-5655
We are now open to the public but require masks. Contact information can be found at www.apple-insurance.net. Phone-269-639-2279, Fax 269-639-9355, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and text 269-225-6816.
Ascension (Borgess Hospital)
Ascension is working to keep our community healthy during this time and prevent the spread of infection while helping to ease access to care. For the most up-to-date information about COVID-19, please visit our website: https://healthcare.ascension.org or call 833-981-0738. Online urgent care is also available through Ascension Online Care at a discounted $20 with the code HOME, for the month of March. So you can have a video visit with a doctor without leaving home. No insurance required.
Bangor Banking Center a Division of Sturgis Bank & Trust Co.
We apologize for any inconvenience as we implement “social distancing” safety precautions from the Centers for Disease Control. During this time we will be conducting business using our drive-thru during business hours. Please continue to use our ATM, Internet Banking, Mobile App, and Night Deposit. Appointments may be scheduled.
Bangor Public Schools
Bangor Public Schools will be providing meals for all children 18 years of age and younger and to persons up to age 26, who are enrolled in an educational program for the mentally or physically disabled that is recognized by a state or local public education agency. No application or proof of income is required.
Bayberry Cottage Design
At this time, Bayberry Cottage Design is not accepting new clients, though we are working remotely and video conferencing with our existing clients. We will postpone opening the store until Memorial Day Weekend. In the meantime, we are pleased to offer virtual consultation services and special orders to you while we’re all stuck at home. Please reach out if we can help make your sequestered space a little brighter and a little more comfortable. If you need to reach us for any reason, please email us: info at bayberry cottage dot com or just use the Contact Us page on our website. Love, good health and peace to you and yours! We’ll see you this summer!
Beyond the Spine Chiropractic & Massage
Our office suspended all massage services per Governor Whitmer’s order. We plan to resume those services unless otherwise ordered 5/1/2020. We are currently staying open, by appointment only, for Chiropractic care and are asking all patients who feel they can wait until 5//2020 for an adjustment, do so and reschedule their appointments. However, our duty as healthcare providers in this time of crisis is to support the system as best we can. Therefore, we are asking any patient who feels an adjustment or series of adjustments will keep them from seeking care in the ER, Urgent Care or from taking opioids, call or text our office to discuss their symptoms and schedule an appointment. We are following all of the CDC’s procedures and guidelines for screening and sanitation and will be only seeing one patient in the building at a time. Thank you for your patience during this time as we add to the effort to protect the public from the spread of COVID-19. Contact us for gift cards (269)588-0752 (call or text), BTSSOHA@GMAIL.COM
Black River Books
Black River Books will be open to customers Fridays and Saturdays 11 to 5 and Sundays 1 to 5. Per Governor Whitmer’s orders, we will limit the number of customers in the store at one time. All customers must wear a mask and either wear gloves, which we will provide, or use hand sanitizer. We also can provide masks.
The Blueberry Store in downtown South Haven will be closed, effective Tuesday March 24th. We apologize for the inconvenience. Our wareouse location is open. Monday - Friday from 9am to 5pm for customer service. While we are accepting walk in customers we also offer customers the option to order by phone and pick up or have it shipped. The number for ordering is 1-877-654-2400. Address: 63915 C.R. 388, South Haven, MI 49090 www.TheBlueberryStore.com
Bluewater Vacation Rentals
At Bluewater Vacation Rentals, our staff is continually researching and implementing new ways to do our part to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus and other communicable diseases throughout the community. Our high standards in maintaining a clean and safe environment remain, we have made proactive changes to our cleaning and sanitizing solutions. More attention to detail is being focused on “high touch” areas such as doorknobs, chairs, counters, toilets, phones, keyboards, tables, etc. While we have always utilized disinfectant products we have added hospital-grade cleaners for surfaces and fabrics.
We are open 8-5 Monday - Friday; Sat 8-12
Bob’s will remain open to service our customers. We are taking measures to make sure the surfaces and environment is cleaned properly. We have plenty of products in stock and ready. Gift cards are available in person at the store or order by phone 269-637-5739.
Bronson Methodist Hospital
In support of efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in our communities, Bronson Healthcare is canceling elective surgeries and procedures starting Wednesday, March 18. Patients who have scheduled procedures will be notified.
Bronson Wellness Center
The health and safety of our members and staff is always the top priority here at Bronson Wellness Center. With the ongoing spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the State of Michigan has placed new capacity limits on local establishments - including gyms and fitness facilities. Because of this, we have made the difficult decision to close the club until further notice.
Calico Cleaning, LLC
We are open from 9 am to 4 pm Monday-Friday at this time for no contact spring cleanings only with a limited staff until the stay at home order is lifted. We will start back our residential cleans the week of June 15th. Our office will open to the public on Monday, June 1st. Please wear a mask when entering the office. Our cleaning staff is following all the CDC guidelines for cleaning, wearing their appropriate PPE and have been certified in Covid-19 Awareness Training. Please be patient with us as we all try to get through this every changing new way of life. We are learning everyday as well as everyone else. The Calico Team Calico Team Kathy Merchant Calico Cleaning LLC 269-637-6006
Casco United Methodist Church
Our Sunday Worship Services and other program activities are canceled through April 26th. Phone: 269-227-3328.
Due to COVID-19 the Chicago Title offices in S/W Michigan will be closed to the public. We are still working though to provide you with the same high level of service that you have come to expect.
Closings will still be scheduled at the offices by appointment only. Our phones are being answered and it is business as usual, just in a different way. Thank you for your support and stay safe!!
City of Bangor
City Hall will be closed beginning Tuesday, March 17th until further notice. To help stop the spread of the Coronavirus/COVID-19. You may reach us by phone and bills may be paid online or left in the dropbox. We believe a temporary closing is in the best interest of the community.
City of South Haven
April 3, 2020 -City Manager's Weekly Update
Local Businesses Have Been There for Us, Let’s Return the Favor - Letter from Mayor Scott Smith
Late Fees and Shutoffs Suspended of Utility Services During State of Emergency
Coldwell Banker Weber-Seiler Realtors
is OPEN but all agents are working from home. The Office is closed to the public with necessary in-person meetings by appointment only. All precautions are being taken for in-person meetings at the office and at showings. All agents can be reached by calling the office at 269-637-1141 and using the dial-by-name directory, or you can be connected to an on-call agent. Or email us at email@example.com.
Comcast has designed some promotional packages that may economically help your business
1.Work from Home package. No early termination fee (month to month). Low pricing. Internet starting at $59.95 (for new and existing customers)
2. Multi-site discount pricing. If you have 5 sites or more. Internet and phone are starting at $59.95. (for new customers)
3. Our most popular promotion is back. 150mgb internet $79.95 + 1 phone $29.95 for a total of $109.95. Or 50mgb and 1 phone for $69.95. (for new customers)
4. Back to Business pricing. Our products are now priced to give business an economical advantage when reopening. Immediate install is not required (Per-order and install at your request). (new customers)
Please contact Aubrey Stewart your Local Account Manager at 517-416-9290, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Country House Furniture
We will be closed due to the stay at home order issued by Governor Whitmer. We will be available to assist you with what we deem to be essential items... Refrigerators, stoves, washer & dryers. If you have an appliance that ceases to work and you would like to purchase one from us, please call Brandon at 616–218–5153. He will be happy to meet you at the South Haven location but please note, this is not for furniture shopping. We thank you for your support and patience at this time. Stay healthy and stay home so we can stop this nasty virus.
Country Life Natural Foods
We have had to limit our hours of operation in response to the surge of orders we have been receiving recently. Please visit our website (www.clnf.org) before visiting for the most up-to-date information.
Decadent Dogs is open every day from 10am-6pm. Customers and Staff must wear masks, allow for 6' distancing and must use hand sanitizer before entering store. (Hand sanitizer provided, masks available for $1 if needed). 4 groups allowed in store at a time, groups must stay together and 6' from others. We have installed plexiglass shields at checkout counters for additional protection. Curbside pickup and Home delivery are also options, please call 269-639-0716 to arrange. Stay safe! "Keep calm and walk the dog".
DeGrandchamp's Blueberry Farm
Our top priority is the health, safety and well-being of our employees and the customers we serve every day. Our nursery will continue to accept, fulfill, and ship plant orders. Frozen blueberries and frozen cranberries are still available for sale through our office, in addition to other products from our market. We ask that you call ahead with your purchase so that we may bring it out to your car when you arrive. Online orders of plants and products from our market will also continue to be available. At this uncertain time, maintaining a reliable food and agricultural supply chain in our state is critical. We all play an important role in this effort, and together, we can keep Michigan agriculture going strong while keeping one another safe and healthy. Thank you for your support.
Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE)
Will close its district offices and other facilities to visits from the public to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Effective immediately and until further notice, this move is necessary to implement Governor Whitmer’s recommendations on social distancing and public gatherings. EGLE and its more than 1,200 employees will continue to work full-time to protect Michigan’s environment and public health. EGLE team members will continue to interact—primarily via phone and email—with permittees and permit applicants, current and prospective grantees, members of the public, and other stakeholders. Staff contact lists will be posted on the front door of EGLE district offices. Department-wide contact information is also available by clicking “Contacts” on the EGLE website. Other important EGLE public resources include the following: To lodge an environmental complaint or report an environmental emergency, please call the 24-hour Pollution Emergency Alert System (PEAS) at 800-292-4706. For media and general inquiries or referral to EGLE's network of technical staff, please call the Environmental Assistance Center weekdays between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. at 800-662-9278. For Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, please visit the FOIA page on the EGLE website or email email@example.com.
As a result of Governor Whitmer's Emergency Declaration E & H Auto Sales will be closed until further notice. We appreciate the opportunity to earn your business. firstname.lastname@example.org 269.767.7399
Eagle Street Market
Eagle Street Market will be closed until further notice. We care about the health and safety of our wonderful customers and vendors. We are joining in the effort to flatten the bell curve of Coronavirus cases. Please stay at home and stay well.
Elevate Mobile Massage Therapy
Is still making house/business calls. All equipment is cleaned before and after sessions with hospital-grade germicidal cleaner, and sheets are washed and disinfected as well. Of course, if you are showing any signs of illness, please wait to make your appointment. Call 269-888-1029 if you have any questions.
We are postponing our soft re-opening until further notice. Stay safe out there! Will be closed due to COVID-19 until April 13th.
To comply with Governor Whitmer's “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Executive Order, our office will be closed and our staff will be working remotely. Toll-Free (800) 272-7802; Office Number (269) 342-1100
First Baptist Church
Worship sermons are available to view at your convenience, beginning at 6:00am every Sunday on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/First-Baptist-Church-of-South-Haven-118136484800/) or YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzQahojNwyPo2LMn-ctTG8A). To keep updated on our most current news, check our web page (https://www.southhavenfbc.com/) or request to be added to our email list by sending a message to email@example.com. We continue to pray for our country, state, and each other during this time and hope to see everyone face to face soon!
First Choice Marine
Office Closed due to Covid-19. We will be operating with limited staff to conduct minimum basic operations. Maintaining inventory, equipment and to ensure security. If you need access to your boat please call 269-214-1809 to set appointment. We will be servicing boats that clients live on first. Those of you that live on your boat please let us know as soon as possible when you require it launched and we will do our best to accommodate you. Office 269-639-0727
First Hebrew Congregation
In light of the current Covid-19 crisis, our building is closed. We will re-open as soon as it is deemed safe to do so. Please go to our website for current information for upcoming virtual events and services: www.firsthebrewcongregation.org
First United Methodist Church
1st UMC continues to live stream Sunday worship on facebook live at 11am. "Who's on 1st?", our daily live stream is Monday thru Friday at 3pm on our facebook page. Ranges from devotionals to music to discussions. Wednesday features a prayer and healing service. Past videos are saved there as well. We continue to serve free meals on Tuesdays at 6pm. This is a "drive through" service in the Huron St. parking lot.
Unfortunately, due to the virus, spectators will not be allowed at 3 Balls or any GingerMan Raceway events until there is no longer a stay-at-home order in Michigan. Thanks for your patience! The track is opening May 1st with The Fast Guy Club and then 3 Balls Racing May 2nd – 3rd! However, we will take every precaution to ensure the safety and well-being of our staff and customers. Our EMT’s are trained to look for Coronavirus symptoms. They will monitor crowds and assess anybody that might be at risk. Hand sanitizing stations will be set up throughout the facility. All of our employees will wear face masks. We will conduct thorough, extra cleanings throughout the facility and our pavilion will be indefinitely closed. From signing the waiver at the gate to the driver’s meetings to eating food—everything will be done in a fashion that enforces social distancing. Things will be different for awhile, but let’s safely do what we can and have some fun!
Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan Regional Centers
In accordance with Governor Whitmer's Executive Order to Stay at Home, Stay Safe, all Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan Regional Centers are closed. Please call Help Desk at 1-800-497-2688 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. Please follow this link for virtual programming: https://www.facebook.com/GSHOM/. Please follow this link for updated information and product program FAQs
The health of our customers and associates is our top priority. All of our stores are closing temporarily.
All locations will be closed until further notice.
Harbor Toy Co.
Any changes to our hours of operation can be found on our Facebook page. In order to ensure the safety of our customers and staff, we are working hard to keep our store clean and sanitized. Contact us to purchase a gift card email@example.com 269-637-9300
Hardt Insurance is abiding by the governor's March 23rd order under the state of emergency and is closing our physical office. Due to the required closure, we are unable to accept in-person payments at this time. We are still accessible by phone, email/web, or fax during normal Monday-Friday business hours. Visit us at www.hardtinsurance.com for contact information.
We are still open, but in a limited capacity. We are available for furnace, boiler and water heater repairs as well as replacements. We are taking all the necessary precautions before arriving and while at customers’ homes. Even though we are not going on regular maintenance calls at this time we are scheduling them for May and June.
Hope Parent Resource Center
Our offices are closed to the public. We will be available to serve families who require emergency diapers/wipes via telephone. We have waived our age guidelines at this time to serve all in need. Both the We Care Baby Pantry 269-637-4342 and the HOPE Parent Resource Center 269-214-8798 will be working together to meet the needs of our community. All request for assistance will be handled via telephone. Please do not call the HOPE Parent Resource Centers office phone number for assistance as we do not have a volunteer to answer this line. Visit our Facebook Page: HOPE Parent Resource Center for updates and information for your little ones. Stay Safe!
Janny’s Beach House
We are closed but if you see something you like; in our window, on our website or social media, we will be happy to ship or arrange curbside pick-up. Call: 269-639-2191, leave a message or email firstname.lastname@example.org, visit our website at http://jannysbeachhouse.com.
Jensen's Excavating will remain open for essential work throughout the Governor's Order. Our office will be closed to the public and supported by minimal staff. We will be available for essential needs such as septic cleaning, repair of water, sewer or septic facilities. We will also be open for commercial and municipal loading, dumping and delivery of construction materials to support other essential business and infrastructure operations. Please call 637-5642 or email Info@JensensExcavating.com for service.
We know as all of you do that we could use some outdoor time... While we aren't open for the season and our water isn't on yet we have a lot of open space for you to roam and shake off the indoor blues! We welcome anyone who wants (or needs) to get out of the house on a hike in the woods or fields we have you covered! Please bring hand sanitizer for kids who go on the playground... **The bathhouse is not operational yet, please do not use it**
Lake Michigan College and Kidzone will continue to be closed until the end of April. Unless the stay at home order is lifted. The College and Kidzone are taking these steps to protect the health and well-being of the LMC community. Please continue to monitor at lakemichigancollege.edu/covid19 for the latest information. I appreciate everyone’s efforts to work together and keep our community safe.
To ensure the health of our team and in alignment with the guidance of the State of Michigan and CDC, Kotz Sangster has closed our physical offices across the state until it is safe to return. As we continue to move forward, our attorneys and support staff are working remotely, and you can rely on us for the same responsive service and strategic counsel that have earned the trust of hundreds of Michigan businesses for over 40 years. If you need to speak with your attorney, please reach out to them directly. Contact information for our team is available here or we can be reached at email@example.com. We wish you and your family health and safety during this difficult time.
Andrew W. Barnes, Attorney (269) 287-2011
Lindsay Garcia, Legal Asst. (269) 287-2013
Lake Michigan College
Lake Michigan College campuses will be closed to the public starting Friday, March 20.
All face-to-face classes will continue in an online, distance-learning format beginning on Monday, March 23. We understand that students face technology barriers and other challenges to studying at home, and professors are prepared to be flexible and accommodating. Students without a home computer may contact the advising department to request a laptop to borrow at no cost. The majority of services for current and prospective students will remain available remotely. Please call or email specific departments.
Is doing our part to stop the spread of COVID 19. Our office is currently closed, but I am working remotely from home. I will be checking voicemail and email periodically throughout the day, and will respond as soon as possible
Liberty Hyde Bailey Museum
We are cancelling the events scheduled at the museum until further notice.
The church has left the building, but we are alive and well. Our Sunday gatherings are suspended indefinitely, but we are continuing to livestream a fresh Sunday morning worship experience at 10am each Sunday with music, message and updates. Find LifeBridge LIVE, serving opportunities and daily encouragement at Facebook.com/webuildbridges. For family-friendly devotional/activity guides go to facebook.com/LifeBridgeKids. This is not the time for the people of God to shrink back. It is the time for the church to rise up and be a life-giving force within the community, motivated by the love of Jesus. We are here to serve you.
In these next few weeks of a difficult time and due to the executive order in Michigan effect 3/24/2020, We are going to have Emergency days and times to help sustain and protect life. We are here to help take the burden off of the Emergency room visits from musculoskeletal dysfunction, migraine or headache relief, stress, and anxiety to name a few. Our new hours will be: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10am-2pm. You can reach us by phone or Facebook messenger for special accommodations
Please call beforehand so that we can limit the number of patients in the lobby. No extra persons will be allowed in with you. Also, if you answer yes to any of the following please contact your Primary health Physician:
+ If you have been in contact with a person with a positive diagnosis of COVID-19
if you have:
+ cough the is severe within the last 48 hours
+ difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
We are here to help. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns. Take care and be safe
McFadden Friendly Motors
All full time staff is back and working hard to help with all you transportation needs!! Sales Department showroom is now open! Sales hours are 9am - 6pm monday - friday, Saturday 10a - 2p. Service, Parts and Bodyshop hours are monday - friday 9am - 5pm! www.mcfaddenfriendly.com
Is adjusting its store hours for the foreseeable future to allow more time for team members to deep clean and restock its stores, as well as dedicated hours for senior citizens, customers with chronic health conditions, essential service workers and its team members. New store hours are as follows:
- Meijer stores will close overnight at 10 p.m. local time, beginning Friday, March 20, and will open each morning at 8 a.m. local time.
- Meijer Express convenience store locations will close overnight at 10 p.m. and open each morning at 8 a.m.; pay-at-the-pump fuel sales will remain available 24 hours a day.
- Meijer stores and pharmacies will provide dedicated shopping times for senior citizens and customers with chronic health conditions on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7-8 a.m. local time.
- Meijer stores and pharmacies will provide dedicated shopping times for essential service workers and Meijer team members on Mondays and Wednesdays from 7-8 a.m. local time.
Temporary Store Hours Update: Due to implementing additional cleaning and sanitizing procedures, our store hours are being changed immediately. Mendards store hours of operation will be: Monday - Sunday: 6:00 am to 8:00 pm, Sunday: 8:00 am to 7:00 pm. Children under the age of 16 and pets will not be allowed into the store during this time. Service dogs are permitted.
Michigan ENT & Allergy Specialists
Thank you everyone for your patience as we have been working diligently to come up with a plan to keep our patients and staff safe. With that being said we will be moving forward with reopening the allergy department starting Monday April 20th. Allergy injections are by appointment only. To keep our patients safe, no walk-ins will be accepted during this time. It is key that you arrive at your scheduled injection time so that the flow of patients is not disrupted.
Michigan Gas Utilities
Safety is at the center of all we do at Michigan Gas Utilities. As information about the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues to evolve, we are committed to taking preventive measures to reduce the risk to our communities while providing the essential services you depend on, including responding to any emergency situations. Through these unprecedented times, our focus remains on providing you with safe and reliable energy service. Thank you. It is through all of our collective efforts that we can reduce the risk to each other.
Michigan Flywheelers Museum
Because many of our members fall into the at-risk category for COVID-19, and to do our part to help contain the spread of the virus, the Michigan Flywheelers Museum’s Board of Directors has made the decision to cancel our meetings and gatherings until the governor's order is lifed. Stay healthy!
Michigan Maritime Museum
The MMM will be opening next week for the summer on Wednesday, June 10th! Summer hours will be Wednesdays-Sundays from 10am-5pm. The Museum is following CDC health and safety guidelines and will require masks to be worn on campus and aboard vessels. We look forward to welcoming you on our campus soon!
Michigan Movie Theater
Closed until further notice
Michigan Secretary of State
Starting March 25th, all 131 Michigan Secretary of State branch offices will be closed as part of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s stay-at-home order. Late fees will be waived for expirations that have occurred since the department first shifted branch operations on March 16. Michigan State Police have been notified of our limited operations and asked to notify local law enforcement agencies. The Department of State will work directly with the professional associations of critical infrastructure sectors to ensure they are provided services as needed. Information around this outbreak is changing rapidly. The latest information is available at Michigan.gov/Coronavirus and CDC.gov/Coronavirus. Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Secretary of State services during coronavirus outbreak
Effective March 24th, all Michigan Works! Berrien, Cass and Van Buren service centers will be closed for walk-in services and will shift to providing service remotely. Michigan Works! Berrien, Cass, Van Buren remains available to answer questions and assist the public and business owners across Southwest Michigan. To schedule a phone or virtual appointment with Michigan Works!, visit www.miworks.org or call 269-927-1799. Until further notice, Michigan Works! service center workshops, job fairs, and large group activities are postponed. For more information, visit www.miworks.org.
Michigan Small Business Development Center
Small Business Development Center is taking priority with existing businesses who are in crisis mode and need emergency assistance. Due to this we are currently not meeting with new startups. We expect this to last 4-6 weeks, but it could be longer. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience. To help businesses get started, please visit our on-demand online library of business webinars and our guide-book for starting and operating a small business. These are great resources that’ll give the basics to starting a business in Michigan. The SBDC will not be meeting with clients face-to-face, instead we will set up phone call appointments or webinars.
We are implementing a plan to reduce face-to-face interactions with the public at the laboratory to essential interactions only. As of March 16th, the laboratory will remain open to the public for sample deliveries and sample container pick-ups, however all other customer services will be handled via telephone or email. When visiting the laboratory during this extraordinary time we ask that you be aware of social distancing and attempt to maintain a 6-foot distance from staff while exchanging samples and information. We are working to maintain a clean and sanitary environment for our workers and clientele. If you have been sick or experienced any flu-like symptoms over the previous 14 days and must drop off a sample or need sample containers we ask that you call ahead. We will prepare materials for you in the cooler directly outside the front door to facilitate you dropping off or picking up supplies while minimizing any potential exposure risks. If you have any questions please contact us at -269-639-5658, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Old Harbor Inn
Will remain open. Lobby hours are shortened to 10-7 pm for the near future.
Olive Cart is now open to our loyal customers. Customer and employee health and safety is our top priority. Although we are an essential food service, we chose to remain closed for a nine week period in order to fully prepare our stores for reopening in a safe and responsible manner.
Among the measures we have taken:
1) Employees: Required temperature checks, required face masks, disposable gloves, frequent hand washing and sanitizing, social distancing and strict orders for any employee who becomes ill.
2) Mandatory face covering for customers entering our store.
3) Provided disposable gloves for all customers.
4) Over 20 Sanitizing pumps is each of our stores.
5) Clearly marked floor grids for social distancing guidelines.
6) Plexiglas shields at sales counters.
7) Contactless wastebaskets
8) Additional fans for better air flow.
9) Reprogrammed credit card terminals for contactless payment.
10) Thorough and continuous sanitizing throughout the day.
If for any reason any of our customers may not feel comfortable venturing out, we are continuing 10% off curbside pickup and free shipping on orders over $75.
Peace Lutheran Church
All activities including worship gatherings have been suspended until further notice. Please see Peace Lutheran Church's website for information.
PACE of Southwest Michigan
Although our day center is currently closed, PACE is still providing all services such as meal distribution/preparation; transportation to medical appointments; therapy services; primary care visits either at our clinic or through telehealth or a video visit, or in person in the home if necessary; home care/chore providers; hand-delivery of medications to the home; life alert buttons; incontinence supplies and other types of DME; and many other benefits. We even stay in touch with our participants through phone calls where they can just chat with us, for socialization, to help them feel less isolated. If during this time, you know an elderly person who could use additional resources, please feel free to refer them to PACE. Even if our program turns out to not be the right fit for them, our enrollment team goes above and beyond to make sure we connect them to the resources/programs available to them. Call 269-408-4319.
Roberta A. Otto, CPA PLC
Staff will be working remotely effective Tuesday, March 24 and can be reached via phone and email. At this time, we anticipate that all services will continue as usual with special arrangements for pick-ups and drop-offs (please call ahead). We will, of course, be monitoring the ongoing developments regarding tax deadlines, small business funding, and payroll tax credits and other changes and keeping our clients informed.
Sleepy Hollow Beach Resort
To help ease the minds of our guests, we are reducing our 60 day cancellation policy to 14 days. With everyone's lives, vacation schedules and school schedules still up in the air, we hope this bring some relief to you.
St. Basil Catholic Church
St. Basil has suspended ALL Masses (weekend Masses now too). We are hoping to be able to live stream the following celebrations on our Facebook page.
Senior Services of Van Buren County
Senior Services of Van Buren County would like to take this time to express our concern for the senior population in our community. Michigan is becoming one of the fastest growing states for positive tests of the COVID-19 virus. Because of this and because of the vulnerability of the people that we serve we are asking that you stay home and limit risk of exposure. We also feel it is important to keep our staff safe so they have been working from home and continue to call clients and return messages from those of you who have called our offices. If you need something we are still just a phone call away. Call 269-637-3607 and leave a message, we are checking and returning calls within 24 hours. Again, 269-637-3607, leave a message and we will return the call promptly. We will return to the office once the stay in place order has been lifted by the governor. If you have a medical emergency call 911 or your local physician. We care deeply for all of you and wish we could wrap our arms around you all, however at this time we will just send our hug through this notice.
SoHa Surf Shop
Will be closed due to COVID-19 until April 30th.
South Haven Area Community Foundation
Each and every one of our board members as well as our endowment partners are members of our community. We too are concerned about the Covid-19 virus and the potential for it to adversely affect each and every one of our community members. We want you to know we, are along with our Youth Advisory Council (YAC) are in the beginning stages of reviewing our grant applications (deadline has been extended to April 6, 2020).
Our fellow 501c3’s are struggling and like our restaurant and bars in town are faced with laying off their help, many of whom are part time and even volunteers. We also recognize that many of these same 501c3’s count on each and every one of us for their support, both financial as well as time and talents. Please join us in this time of uncertainty by First: following the state and Federal guidelines “to flatten the curve”, keep yourselves and families safe, Secondly: where you are able, please remember our charities which are also our communitie’s treasures. Many of them have had fund raisers requiring attendance which is no longer possible. Where you can support them, we know they will appreciate it.
South Haven Area Emergency Serves (SHAES)
South Haven Area Emergency Services (SHAES) would like to thank the community for its support during this stressful time. We are grateful for the following for their generous donations of baked goods or food gift cards: Ricky Coats Family, Ross and Cheri Stein, Dana and Theresa Getman, Lee Gouldner family, Pam Ford and Don Ashmann, and McDonald's.
South Haven Conference Center
Will be closed due to COVID-19 until further notice. If you need immediate assistance you may reach me on my cell phone at 616-510-9909.
South Haven Center for the Arts
The South Haven Center for the Arts has canceled all events and will be closed through April 30, 2020. Please look at email@example.com for updates on upcoming events and rescheduling.
South Haven Insurance Services
Our office will be closed to the public. Customer service will still be handled via telephone, email and fax. Payments can be dropped off thru the office's mail slot. Phone: 269-637-2105; Fax: 269-637-5622; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
South Haven Kiwanis Club
Will be suspending our normal meetings until further notice.
South Haven Memorial Library
After a lot of thought over the constantly evolving situation concerning the coronovirus, the South Haven Memorial Library will be closed to the public through April 30. At that time there will be a redetermination as to reopening or extending the closure period. We ask that all library materials that are currently checked not be returned to the library building, and all fines during this period will be waived.
South Haven Moose Lodge Family Center
Closed until further notice.
South Haven Performance Series
We regret to inform you that, given the state of emergency in the state of Michigan, and in order to help contain the spread of Covid-19, the first concert of the 2020 South Haven Performance Series has been canceled. The concert was to be presented through the Gilmore Keyboard Festival which has canceled its entire 2020 season. We urge everyone to follow the health and safety guidelines put forth by public health officials.
South Haven Public Schools
This morning, Governor Whitmer announced an extension to the state-issued closure of school to last throughout the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. While this means we will not finish the year in person, it does not mean that school is cancelled. We will be transitioning to an online platform to service our kids for the remainder of the school year. Although this is the last thing we imagined or wanted for our kids and staff this year, we have been preparing a plan in the event distance learning became necessary. Final details and logistics are being finalized and will be presented to families in the coming weeks as we work with the Van Buren ISD and Michigan Department of Education for their approval. We will have additional information the week of April 13th. [Read More]
Las Escuelas Públicas de South Haven estamos trabajando duramente para mantener los servicios para nuestros estudiantes durante esta primera semana del cierre de la escuela emitido por el estado. A partir de mañana, martes diecisiete de marzo, vamos a proporcionar un desayuno y almuerzo nutritivo a todas nuestras familias escolares. Esto es separado del programa del estado de almuerzo gratuito o reducido. Vamos a tener opciones de recogida y entrega para su conveniencia! [para obtener más información]
South Haven Rotary Club
Out of an abundance of caution, we have decided to suspend our Tuesday morning meetings. This decision is in keeping with emerging CDC and Michigan Health Dept. recommendations and is being made in the best interest of our members, guests and the South Haven Community. The Community Dinner we serve at the Congregational Church on the third Thursday of the month WILL NOT be held this Thursday, March 19. These dinners have now concluded until next fall.
South Haven Scott Club
Meetings canceled until further notice.
South Haven Steelheaders
We have to cancel all Chinook salmon net pen cooperative efforts for 2020. Those Chinook salmon will be direct stocked later this spring into the same waters. Please let me know if you have questions 616-490-5090 or email@example.com
The South Haven Steelheaders will be cancelling the Best Chance Lake Michigan Fishing Seminar and April 23, The Michigan Sea Grant Southern Lake Michigan Fisheries Workshop.
South Haven/Van Buren County Convention & Visitors Bureau
To our Valued Visitors and Guests: We will be opening the office on Monday, June 8, with office hours of 10 am to 4 pm Monday through Friday and 11 am to 3 pm Saturdays. Please contact us at 269-637-5252 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
South Haven VFW Post 667
We are sad to announce that we will be shutting down here at the VFW for the time being. The safety and health of our members is our #1 priority. Stay safe and see you soon!
Spectrum Health Lakeland
Spectrum Health Lakeland is postponing all non-urgent and routine outpatient appointments in a continued effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This applies to appointments with a doctor’s office, diagnostic testing, and appointments for therapies (e.g., occupational, physical, speech). Lakeland will continue to address the needs of patients by completing urgent, time sensitive appointments, tests and therapies. Patients are asked to contact their provider’s office directly if they have questions. Read more here: http://ow.ly/wsYN50yON8l
Sweet Haven will be closed Monday 3/23 through 4/30.
We are temporarily closing ALL three tasting rooms to the public until further notice. We thank you for your patience in this matter. Your safety, and the safety of our employees is of the utmost importance in this certain climate. Stay safe and we hope to see you soon! Cheers friends!
UPS Store 5080
We are deemed an essential business and will remain open for you! Please contact us if you have questions. Our hours will change effective 5/26 for both stores: Mon-Fri - 8-6; Sat - 9-2; Sun - closed
Van Buren County Habitat for Humanity
The Habitat Store in Bangor, Michigan will be closed until further notice. Our office will only be available by appointment intermittently during this time. For questions or any updates, please email email@example.com.
Van Buren Community Mental Health (VBCMH)
To meet thee needs of the people we serve and keep our community safe VBCMH: Has closed the lobbies of our buildings except for a very limited number of appointments. Most services will occur by Telephone. Hope Center, LINCS, and Saving Timbers as well as groups are canceled at this time through at least 4/30/20. Crisis intervention is still available by phone 24 hours a day by calling 1-800-922-1418. New customers are still available by phone by calling (269)657-5574 between 8:30am and 5pm Monday through Friday. Michigan Corona Virus COVID-19 Hotline 888-555-6136 - 7 days a week 8am to 5pm.
Van Buren Public Transit
On April 2, 2020, we suspended the Metro Loop in South Haven and the Concord Loop in Paw Paw until further notice. Our customers who normally ride these flex routes will need to call to schedule a ride. We are still providing transportation service for essential needs – medical, groceries, or employment. All rides are temporarily FREE. We would like to assure everyone we have enhanced procedures by having our drivers disinfect, sweep and wipe down frequently touched surfaces on each bus before, during, and after shifts. Our riders’ health and safety continue to be of utmost importance to us. To schedule a ride or if you have questions, please call Dispatch at: 269-427-7921. Thank you to everyone for your continued support!
Village Coin Laundry
Saturday, Sunday, Monday 8am to 8pm / Last load is at 7pm. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 10am to 7pm / Last load at 6pm.
Offering seniors-only hour Tuesdays from 8am-9am (55+)
9am to 7pm Monday through Saturday, and most pharmacies are open 10 am to 6pm on Sunday. Dedicated shopping hour on Tuesday morning from 6am to 7am for seniors.
Walt Sicard Car Company and Service Center
We are still open and doing our best to follow CDC guidelines and strategies while still providing the same quality service and care for our customers. We ask that for the time being, customers provide their own transportation to and from service. Please call ahead to discuss your needs and make appointments. We will be limiting the number of people in the office and waiting areas. All employees will be regularly disinfecting hands and work areas. Please stay home if you or anyone in your home is sick. Gift certificates are available.
We Care Inc.
We Care is open for Phone calls, Monday-Friday, 9:30 am -12:30 pm. The South Haven Food Pantry at the First Congregational Church is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10-noon, with limited delivery options available. All other pantries and programs are by appointment. Please leave a message at 269-637-4342 is no one answers, as We Care is short staffed during this time.
Whiteford Wealth Management – Whiteford Tax & Financial Services
We will remain open for essential work throughout the extent of Governor Whitmer’s Executive Order. Throughout this time we will be open during our regular hours of Monday through Friday 9:00 to 5:00. During this time our office will not be available for walk ins, but you can reach us at our phone of 269-637-4400. From our family to yours, we hope that you stay safe and healthy during this state of emergency.
Wolverine Ace Hardware
With the spread of Coronavirus across the country, we want to offer support and a steady hand knowing many in our town are fearful. Many of you are asking what you can do around the home to help prevent the spread of illness and keep your family safe. We're monitoring the evolving situation closely and are relying on guidance from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and local health officials to inform our recommendations. We're working with our suppliers to stock-up on in-demand items such as cleaning and disinfectant products, hand soaps, hand sanitizers and everything else you need to preserve and protect your home and your family. We realize minimizing contact can also help prevent the spread of illness, and we'll continue to offer several ways for you to get everything you need through Buy Online, Pick-Up in-store or Buy Online, Deliver from store. Visit us at Acehardware.com or call us directly at (269) 637-1915. We will deliver your order to your car, when you drive-up. We want to make it as convenient as possible for you to get the products you need, when you need them.
Youth Development Company/PAL
If you are an essential worker and are in need of child care services for children ages birth-12, please visit www.helpmegrow- mi.org/essential or call 2-1-1 to receive support. Your request will be matched with a child care provider in your area where you can arrange priority services.
To add your business update to our list, please email events@SouthHavenMI.com.