We care about the residents, workers, and visitors of Saratoga County. We join you in a desire to return to our lives but recognize that extra precautions will be necessary for some time. Our pledge is a shared commitment with you to keep each other healthy.
By following recommended public health guidelines and showing our respect to the people around us, we can minimize the spread of COVID-19 and keep our doors open. Together we will take the precautions necessary for all of us to stay safe.
Businesses who have taken the pledge:
13 North Restaurant
Anne's Washington Inn
Artisanal Brew Works
Caroline & Main
Country Corner Cafe
Courtyard by Marriott Clifton Park
Courtyard By Marriott Saratoga Springs
Embassy Suites by Hilton Saratoga Springs
Franklin Community Center
Hampton Inn & Suites Clifton Park
Hampton Inn & Suites Saratoga Springs
Hilton Garden Inn at Saratoga Springs
Holiday Inn at Saratoga Springs
Homewood Suites by Hilton
Impressions of Saratoga
Lifestyles of Saratoga
Longfellows Hotel & Conference Center
National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame
Red Roof Inn Clifton Park
Residence Inn by Marriott - Clifton Park, NY
Residence Inn by Marriott - Saratoga Springs
Saratoga Candy Company
Saratoga Regional YMCA
Saratoga Springs City Center
Saratoga Strike Zone
The Children's Museum at Saratoga
The Dark Horse Mercantile
The Gideon Putnam
The Inn at Saratoga
The Night Owl
The Saratoga Hilton
The Savory Pantry
The Wine Bar
Union Hall Supply Company
Walt & Whitman Brewing
Here are guidelines that are being followed by specific sectors of our industry:
As the City Center prepares to reopen, the safety and well-being of guests and staff is at the forefront of all their planning efforts. They are working through this unprecedented situation and are implementing a number of new safety measures, based on guidance from state and local health authorities. The City Center and their vendor partners are committed to a responsible reopening of the City Center.
The safety and wellbeing of employees and guests is a top priority of hotel and lodging operators. As they reopen, enhanced cleaning and specific safety protocols are in place based on guidelines from New York State Department of Health and local health departments along with recommendations from the U.S. Travel Association, New York State Hospitality and Tourism Association, Center for Disease Control and hotel corporate offices.
Saratoga County's array of independent shops, boutiques and galleries are cautiously opening with community and guest safety front and center. Offerings and operations vary from business to business. Check listings and business websites for the most up to date information.
Saratoga County restaurants will be following guidance established by the National Restaurant Association and New York State Department of Health that addresses social distancing, face coverings, cleaning and hygiene, water and ventilation, monitoring systems and other efforts to protect vulnerable populations.
Saratoga County attractions, activities, tours and experiences will phase in with new protocols for the safety of staff and guests. Opening procedures and offerings differ from business to business. Check listings and business websites for fresh updates.