COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information & Resources
April 9, 2020
Updated video message from the Mayor and Council regarding Gov. Walz’s stay-at-home order extended to May 4, 2020.
April 9, 2020
St. Anthony Village Wine and Spirits Announcement
We are opening our Silver Lake Village location on Saturday April 11, 2020 at Noon.
Our days and hours of operation will be Monday through Saturday, Noon until 8:00 pm, closed on Sundays. Our Marketplace location will remain closed but we are working on plans to reopen soon. Please continue to monitor our web site at www.savmn.com, our Facebook page and twitter for up to date announcements and information as this continues to be a very fluid situation and changes may occur.
We hope that you, your family, friends and neighbors are healthy and safe! Our goal is to provide a safe shopping environment for our staff and customers. We will continue to provide social distancing measures such as limiting the number of customers in the store and designated safe distances between customers. We have installed protective plexiglass barriers on our checkout counters for added safety. Our stores will be cleaned and disinfected continuously by our staff and a professional cleaning service. We will continue to research ways to provide additional safety measures as needed.
We appreciate your understanding and patience during these unprecedented times. We are excited to return to work and serve our valued residents and customers. We missed you and look forward to seeing you again!
April 8, 2020
Governor Tim Walz extends the stay at home order until May 4th. Learn more about The Governor’s actions related to COVID-19.
City Hall will have a modified opening beginning Monday April 13th. To support staying at home City Hall encourages you to use email, phone, and the drop box to conduct business with us. You can contact us by emailing us at email@example.com or by leaving a voice message at 612-782-3301. We also have a drop box located outside of City Hall that we will be monitoring.
Emergency services (Police and Fire) remain open.
Public Works remains open.
April 2, 2020
The following video is a message from the St. Anthony Village Mayor and Council providing information to residents regarding Gov. Walz’s stay-at-home directive.
April 1, 2020
While all restaurants in Minnesota are closed to dine-in customers, most in St. Anthony are still open for delivery, carryout or drive-through service. Use our restaurant finder below to find out what restaurants are open for business. If you’re looking for some good food you can certainly still find it here in St. Anthony. This is your chance to support local businesses, friends and neighbors in this time of uncertainty.
March 30, 2020
Health Questions Hotline:1-800-657-3903
Business, School & Childcare questions: 1-800-657-3504
March 27, 2020
St. Anthony Village Wine and Spirits stores are closed from Friday, March 27 until Saturday, April 11, 2020.
Our current plans are to reopen our Silver Lake Village store located at 2602 39th Ave. NE. next to Cub Foods on Saturday April 11, 2020 at Noon. When we reopen, our hours of operation at our Silver Lake Village location will be Monday though Saturday, Noon-8:00 pm and closed on Sundays. Our Marketplace store will remain closed until further notice.
This is a very fluid situation and changes to our plans may occur. We appreciate your understanding. We are excited to open and see our customers again!
March 26, 2020
Hear from local St. Anthony healthcare providers regarding COVID-19 questions, how to remain healthy and help our hospitals provide appropriate levels of care in the next few weeks.
March 25, 2020
St. Anthony prepares to stay at home due to COVID-19
For at least the next two weeks St. Anthony residents will be hunkering down to comply with Governor Tim Walz’s stay at home order, which was issued at a press conference this afternoon. The order requires Minnesota residents to stay home, unless traveling for essential needs or business, and requires businesses not engaged in essential activities to cease all activities except for minimum basic operations.
To support staying at home City Hall will close Friday March 27th at 4:30 pm, and plans to re-open Monday April 13th at 8:00 am. You can continue to conduct business with us by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by leaving a voice message at 612-782-3301. We also have a drop box located outside of City Hall that we will be monitoring.
Emergency services (Police and Fire) remain open.
Public Works remains open.
St. Anthony Silver Lake Village Liquor store will close on Friday, March 27th at 8:00 pm until Saturday, April 11th at noon. Marketplace will remain closed as stated before.
March 20, 2020
Marketplace Liquor Store Temporarily Closed
Effective Friday March 20th, the Marketplace store will be temporarily closed. The Silver Lake Village store will remain open Monday-Saturday 12 PM-8 PM. The store will be temporarily closed on Sundays. Please use the north entrance facing Cub.
We will continue to limit 12 customers in the store at a time.
Thank you for your business and patience!
March 19, 2020
Recap of Emergency City Council meeting March 19, 2020
The City Council approved the following items:
- The Mayor will read a proclamation declaring a local emergency.
- A resolution to extend the period of the local emergency to May 15, 2020. Because the Mayor’s proclamation is only good for 72 hours.
- A resolution regarding making expenditures during a local emergency. This resolution will allow city staff to expend money related to the special emergency
City Manager Mark Casey stated the City’s leadership team will continue to:
- Have daily meetings and briefings
- Assessing available resources and needs from each department
- Prioritizing essential functions
- Be In close communications and coordination with regional, state and national partners
Mark Sitarz, Fire Chief/Emergency Manager, Jon Mangseth, Police Chief and Jay Hartman, Public Works Director provided updates.
March 17, 2020
During these challenging times, you can be assured that City staff is prepared and connected to Hennepin and Ramsey counties, and the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
All critical City services will continue to be provided, while utilizing social distancing modifications as directed by state and federal agencies. To adhere to social distancing guidelines, we are asking residents to contact City Hall by email or phone with any questions related to City services. We will also continue to keep you informed, providing up-to-date information via our City website (savmn.com) and social media accounts.
Gov. Walz has taken bold and necessary steps to direct Minnesotans to adhere to recommended guidelines to prevent the transmission of COVID-19. As your Mayor and neighbor, I urge you to comply with the guidelines that are designed to help contain the virus in our state and our community.
Despite being physically apart, this is an opportunity for St. Anthony to come together and look for numerous ways to volunteer. We are in this together, and the size of our Village is our strength. The City is in contact with community leaders who are currently working on developing a process to mobilize volunteers to meet current and future needs of our community members. We will be sending out information as it becomes available.
I ask that we be creative with our help and ideas, yet patient as we learn. These are unprecedented times, and we must all remain vigilant and compassionate as we navigate this newly adjusted way of life. Let’s all join together in unison to make this happen.
Thank you, Villagers.
Mayor Randy Stille
March 17, 2020
The city is taking steps to limit the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. City Hall is open, staff is available by using the phone in the lobby. Residents are asked to consider e-mailing or calling the city, and using the drop box located outside of City Hall, rather than coming in, when possible.
March 13, 2020
Assuring a safe and livable community is the priority for the City of St. Anthony. We are collaborating with our public health partners at the local, state, and federal level to bring you the latest news related to the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19). To assure the health of both our municipal workforce and community members, the City has created and is implementing a Continuity of Operations Plan to prepare for the possibility of an outbreak locally. COVID-19 communications will be shared via City social media accounts. Residents are also encouraged to review COVID-19 information available from both the Minnesota Department of Health and the Centers For Disease Control (CDC). In the meantime, healthy habits are the best way to prevent illnesses including the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 so please be sure to wash your hands, cover your cough, and stay home if you are feeling ill.
Health and safety is a shared responsibility in the City of St. Anthony. Please review the CDC’s Get Your Household Ready for guidance in preparing your household members.
With Spring Break just around the corner, we recommend that you check the CDC’s Traveler’s Health Notices for the latest guidance and recommendations for each country to which you will travel.
February 28, 2020
The St. Anthony-New Brighton School District (SANB) and the City of St. Anthony are working together to acknowledge our community’s questions and concerns regarding the much-publicized coronavirus (COVID-19). We are reviewing our preparedness plans and will continue to monitor and update the community, as needed.
Our plans, along with our partnerships with Hennepin County, Ramsey County, and the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), primarily focuses on actions to be taken assuming that all schools and City facilities will continue to remain open— unless there are significant confirmed COVID-19 cases and student and/or staff absences. Schools could close if directed by state officials.
According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), as of 4 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 27, there are 14 confirmed cases in the United States and zero confirmed cases in Minnesota.
If you or a family member is feeling sick:
1. If you have a fever of 100 degrees, or higher, stay home.
2. If you begin feeling ill while at work or school, seek medical attention immediately for further diagnosis.
3. If your child is sick, please report their symptoms and any confirmed illness to the school’s attendance line. School staff that are sick need to report any confirmed illness to the health office. The school district is required to report cases to the MDH.
Preventative measures to take:
● Wash hands, often, using soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds.
● Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
● Cover your mouth when coughing or sneezing.
● Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
● Maintain a healthy lifestyle, including eating healthy, getting exercise and getting enough rest.
● Maintain a good fluid intake.
● Use disinfectants or cleaning wipes on countertops, phones, desks, etc.
In addition, our community may have families/friends in countries that have been impacted by COVID-19. We want to offer our compassion and our concern for their extended communities.
We will continue to provide you with the most accurate information. Additional resources and information are available on the CDC website.