City Lakes Coronavirus Resource Guide

A graphic showing ways to support your community during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.

As concerns about COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, spread across the globe, community members right here in City Lakes are stepping up. 

Below is a list of local resources, including free lunches for kids who are out of school, restaurants offering curbside pickup, guidance from local authorities and more. 

Know of any other local resources for your neighbors during the coronavirus pandemic? Email them to anthony.bettin@tigeroak.com.

Information from the City of Minneapolis can be found here. Information from St. Louis Park can be found here.

Information from Minneapolis Public Schools can be found here. Information from St. Louis Park Public Schools can be found here.

Below are restaurants providing takeout, delivery or curbside pickup.

5-8 Club
Boludo
Broders' Cucina Italiana
Bunny's Bar and Grill
Grand Cafe
Heather's MPLS
Red Wagon Pizza Co.
Wild Mind Ales
Wise Acre Eatery

Below are restaurants offering free food for children who are out of school.

Keys Cafe

Other Resources:

Lunds & Byerlys is offering extended hours, from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., every day. The company asks shoppers to reserve the first hour of opening (7-8 a.m.) for shoppers who are at a higher risk of severe illness by COVID-19, including the elderly and those who are immunocompromised.

Skybox Gym is providing virtual fitness classe through Instagram.

Wild Rumpus is offering phone orders with curbside pickup. They are also doing online storytimes on Facebook.

Heartfelt is taking phone orders for craft projects to keep the family busy.

Life Time has introduced free online family classes and at-home workouts.