New COVID 19 UPDATE October 29, 2020
With an upswing of COVID cases with in the Grand Valley we wanted to touch base with our shoppers, volunteers, donors and staff as to what we are currently doing to keep everyone safe and healthy during this time.
A friendly reminder to social distance and to continue to adhere to the State mandate to wear a mask while out in public. Habitat for Humanity of Mesa County will continue to limit the number of customers to 50% capacity. To manage this restriction, associates and signage will remind customers of the importance of facial covers and social distancing. Once the store reaches its capacity, customers will be admitted inside on a “1- out-1-in” While we want our customers to feel welcome; we also have a responsibility to prioritize the health and safety of our customers and employees. We ask that our customers shop for what they need, check-out and return to their home. With limited occupancy, it is vital that customers not linger unnecessarily.
The Restore is open with daily business hours Tuesday – Saturday, 9:00 a.m. -5:30 p.m. Donations will be accepted Tuesday – Saturday, 9:00 – 4:00 at the ReStore. Due to COVID store operations will be closed Sunday and Monday. All donations will be held for 24 hours before processing.
We are still scheduling donation pick-ups, picking up only from the garage or driveway. To encourage social distancing drivers will not enter the home. To schedule a pick up, and to see when we service your area call the ReStore at 970.263.9850, ext. 101. Pick-up schedule is Tuesday – Friday between 9a.m. – 4p.m.
Employees and Volunteers will be required to wear facemasks. Shopping carts will be sanitized after each use. There will be no public access to restrooms or drinking fountains. Customers who have a fever or cough are asked to stay home to protect the safety and health of our community. Read more....
Why we Build?
One in seven of all Coloradans spend over half their income on housing, making it hard to achieve financial stability. We’re working to change that.
To construct simple, affordable, and decent housing in partnership with families, volunteers,and the community for God’s people in need.