DeKalb County continues social distancing practices, and is adhering to the health and safety guidelines set forth by the CDC, the ADPH, as well as the Alabama State Health Officer’s mandatory health orders, which were issued by Governor Kay Ivey and that took effect on March 19, 2020 until April 6, 2020: http://alabamapublichealth.gov/legal/assets/order-adph-cov-gatherings-031920.pdf
What that means for Lookout Mountain Alabama?
Our State Parks and National Preserve are still very much open for you to explore and get some fresh air!
We still have many lodging facilities available that will allow you to practice safe social distancing or be completed secluded if you choose!
All restaurants are either offering online ordering or call ahead orders with curbside pick-up. You can find a full list of restaurants here. Phone numbers and websites (if applicable) will be on each restaurant’s page for your convenience.
While most of our regular farmers markets haven’t opened yet for the season, there are plenty that are offering fresh produce and meats that have pick-up options available for you. You can get a complete list here. Bruce’s Foodland and Walmart Supercenter both offer online ordering and pick-up for groceries.
Most retail stores are still open to the public, but encourage you to practice safe social distancing. Some are offering options of online orders, whether it be over the phone, Facebook, website, etc. Browse some of our local shops here.
We encourage you to call each location to find out their specific procedures and how they can continue to serve you and keep everyone safe.