Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

 
How to Stay Safe and Support Downtown Evansville Businesses

The safety of our residents, consumers, workers and visitors is the main priority of the Downtown Evansville Economic Improvement District (EID). We continue to monitor all recommendations and updates from health and government officials surrounding COVID-19.

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Here are some suggestions for what you can do to support our Downtown businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic:

1. Order carry out/delivery from downtown restaurants and tip the same amount as you would dining in. 

2. Shop online or by phone. Downtown shops have online shopping available and can assist via phone or online communication.

3. Purchase custom or corporate gifts from retailers who can handle orders over the phone or online.

4. If you do not need anything specific at the moment but still want to support local, buy gift cards to spend later.

5. If you can’t leave the house, order delivery from local Downtown restaurants.

View our Downtown Business Directory

First and foremost, prioritize and take all health and safety precautions for yourself and others in our community. Our community health as a whole depends on working together, and our small businesses are the lifeblood of the Downtown economy. We want to make sure they continue to stay successful while maintaining appropriate public health safety measures.

Note: These recommendations originated from Downtown Raleigh Alliance and are being shared through the International Downtown Association.


Business Information:
All businesses have reopened. View our Business Directory for location, phone numbers, and website/social media information.


Downtown Evansville Virtual Tip Jar: 
  • The EID supported Downtown service industry employees through the creation of the Downtown Evansville Virtual Tip Jar.

State of Indiana Resources:
State of Indiana - IN.gov/coronavirus/


City of Evansville Resources:
Link to use online city government services


Health Resources:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


Business Resources: