Hillsdale Shopping Center reopened for indoor shopping today, with modifications.
Macy’s and Nordstrom are open along with over 50 other retailers at the San Mateo shopping center.
Three weeks ago, indoor retail and shopping centers were required to close after San Mateo County was added to the state’s coronavirus watch list. The state recently changed to a new color-coded COVID-19 reopening system that has allowed certain indoor businesses in the County to resume today with modifications, including that retail and shopping centers operate at 25 percent capacity.
Hillsdale Shopping Center has installed customer screening stations at entrances to manage traffic flow and occupancy and to provide facial masks and sanitizer for customers. Hand cleaning dispensers are spaced throughout the shopping areas, and enhanced sanitation is occurring in high-touch areas such as restrooms, dining areas, escalators, elevators and water fountains, according to Hillsdale Shopping Center.
For customers who prefer curbside service, Hillsdale is continuing to offer its merchandise pickup program daily from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
“The health and safety of our guests and our community is our top priority, and we have been working closely with our retailers and with local health officials to ensure a clean, safe shopping environment for our customers, tenants and employees,” Larry Ivich, general manager of Hillsdale Shopping Center, said in a statement.
The shopping center’s hours are Monday to Saturday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Hours vary per store. Each store will reopen when each is prepared to do so. A list of open stores is updated weekly at www.hillsdale.com.
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