SHORT PUMP, Va. -- Short Pump Town Center has reopened now that Governor Ralph Northam ordered the Phase One reopening of Virginia on Friday.
“The Mall will be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday-Saturday and from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday,” the mall posted on its website. “New measures have been implemented to help ensure the health and safety for all who enter the Mall, including hand-sanitizing stations, touch-free interactions, frequent and intense cleanings and social distancing directions.”
While the mall has reopened, not all stores within the mall are ready to open to customers.
Stores like Dick’s Sporting Goods, Fink’s Jewelers, and Saxon Shoes have reopened, according to a directory on the mall’s website. Many of the mall’s restaurants have continued to provide curbside pick-up throughout the pandemic.
“We are working diligently to provide a safe, clean environment where people feel comfortable shopping, dining and enjoying their time,” a mall spokesperson posted online. “As the state-wide dining restriction mandate remains in place, the food court seating area will remain closed. Food court tenants that choose to reopen will be available for carryout only.”
Valet services, play areas, stroller rentals, and mall-operated carousels are not open and available during the Phase One reopening.