Our Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic
March 25, 2020 -
Idaho Governor Brad Little issues a statewide order for non-essential business to close. Our flower shop was deemed non-essential and in order to comply with the Governor's orders and the Health Departments recommendations we closed our shop until further notice.
April 15, 2020 -
Governor Little issues a statement that he is extending the stay home orders through the end of April. He does state that non-essential businesses are able to open back up as long as they are able to provide delivery are drive-up service. We are working to determine if we can meet this requirement so that we can open up.
April 20, 2020 -
We are able to open up and offer delivery only services.
Based on the Governor's latest mandate, calling for Idahoans to "Stay Home, Stay Safe", flower shops are considered non-essential and are able to remain open as long as they offer delivery and/or drive-up services.
We take pride in being a good community member and doing our best to respond to the needs of those around us. We are honored to provide our community with much needed access to flowers and gifts to send to family and friends in their time of need. We are happy to keep our store open to serve you, however, we feel it is of utmost importance to provide the safest possible experience for you and our employees.
Health and safety are our priority
We are diligent about how we conduct business safely and minimize any risk of spreading disease. Here are some of the changes we've made over the past weeks to ensure a safe experience at Busy Bees.
- Aligning with the CDC's recommendation, we don not allow any employee to come into work if they are sick or exhibiting flu-like symptoms or have been exposed to another person that has exhibited those conditions.
- We have established a social distancing policy for our employees.
- At this time we will be offering delivery only services.
- Our hours are 10AM to 5PM Monday through Friday