CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Coral Springs relaxed some restrictions Friday on non-essential retail stores, allowing contactless curbside pick-up and a maximum of two employees to work inside the businesses.

The new order applies only to non-essential businesses offering goods (not services), such as selling hair products and craft products.

Kristi Bartlett, the city’s economic development director, said in a news release that these businesses can continue delivering products to customers’ homes by contactless carrier or delivery, but now can also do it by contactless curbside pick-up.

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In addition, she said a maximum of two employees can be in the business to do basic operations and they must practice social distancing requirements. No customers can be in the store.

Businesses needing assistance can call the city’s business hotline at 954-344-5772 or can email Bartlett at kbartlett@coralsprings.org.
 

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