Detroit Extends Outdoor Dining Program To Support Restaurants Impacted By New Covid-19 Restrictions 

Detroit is extending its outdoor dining program, Open Detroit, to help restaurants impacted by the new Covid-19 dining restrictions.

The program begins Dec. 1 and will run through April 1, 2021. Applications for the winter program are now open and can be submitted here.

Open Detroit will allow for for sidewalks, street parking and private parking lots to be temporarily converted for uses such as seating, which will expand outdoor dining areas and retail space.

The city has also designated a select number of Café & Retail Zones where the city will close selected portions of an entire street. These zones provide the maximum space to serve businesses in a concentrated area and will be installed 24 hours per day, 7 days per week for the duration of the program.

Social distancing requirements as well as ADA clearances must be followed.

Source: Detroit Extends Outdoor Dining Program To Support Restaurants Impacted By New Covid-19 Restrictions – CBS Detroit

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