Macy’s reopened 10 of its stores along the Front Range on Monday. Stores will operate on reduced hours from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. They will be open to the public for in-store shopping and curbside pick-up. Macy’s will take precautions, including enforcing social distancing, to try to make workers and customers feel safe. All workers will wear face masks.
Only a few fitting rooms will be open. Any items tried on by customers will be held for 24 hours before going back to racks. Returned items will also be held for 24 hours.
Offering In-Store Shopping, Curbside Delivery and In-Store Pick-up
Aurora Town Center
Boulder Twenty Ninth Street
Chapel Hills (Colorado Springs)
Fort Collins Foothills Fashion
Loveland Shops At Centerra
Orchard Town Center
In-Store Shopping Only
Reopened stores now look a little different. Here are some of the changes Macy’s has implemented:
Signs reminding customers and employees to keep a six-foot distance from each other will be placed around stores.
Hand sanitizer stations will be installed in high-traffic areas, including entrances, escalators, elevators, and point-of-sale.
Plexiglass will be installed at registers.
Beauty consultations will be “no touch,” and customers cannot handle testers themselves. Test products can only be used with single-use disposable applicators.
No “spa-like” services will be allowed.
No bra-fitting services will be allowed.
No ear-piercing will be allowed.
Shoppers will not be allowed to try on dress shirts in stores.
No alteration services will be allowed.
Frequently visited areas like fitting rooms, bathrooms, and breakrooms will be cleaned frequently.