The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on daily life in Robertson County, forcing businesses of all shapes and sizes to adjust their hours and offerings or close entirely.
Schools are closed for the rest of the month, and much of the commuting workforce is now stationed at home. Numerous local restaurants have scaled back their seating or closed their dining rooms to better serve customers who are social distancing.
“There is not one business owner in Springfield or Robertson County that is not taking this seriously,” Springfield Ward 5 Alderman Lisa Arnold said in a Facebook Live broadcast on Wednesday. “Please support your local businesses through this. They need you.”
Here is a look at how businesses, governments and schools in Robertson County and White House have adjusted for the virus outbreak:
24 Catering, 2107 Park Plaza Dr in Springfield: family meal packs available.
672 Brew, 575 Sage Road N in White House: dining room closed, but delivery and takeout are available.
Adams Station, 7716 Hwy 41 in Adams: normal hours with curbside pickup available.
Arby’s, 1303 Memorial Blvd in Springfield: drive-thru and takeout only.
Binks Bar & Grill, 1015 Bradley Dr in Springfield: operating as normal but without live music and karaoke. Takeout and delivery available.
Bryant’s Country Store, 2471 US-41 in Greenbrier: weekdays 10-6 p.m., Saturday 10-4 p.m., carryout lunch available 10:30-2 p.m.
BS Brew Works, 1010 S Main St in Springfield: normal hours, curbside pickup available.
Burdett’s Tea Shop & Trading, 618 S Main St in Springfield: dining room closed, but delivery and takeout options are available from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Burger King, Greenbrier, Springfield and White House locations: operating as normal.
Citizens Savings & Loan, 2012 Memorial Blvd in Springfield: Closed to walk-in business. Payments can be made by phone, online or the night drop slot. Doing applications online and via phone. Closing loans by appt. only.
City of Adams: City Hall & Museum open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday-Friday until April 1.
City of Greenbrier: City Hall is still open but encouraging people to do business in the drive-thru.
Colorado Grill, 2747 Hwy 31W Suite 1 in White House: dining room closed, but delivery and takeout options are available.
Cottontown Bears & Gifts, 7781 Highway 25 E in Cross Plains: normal hours, offering appointments or Facetime calls for those looking to avoid crowds.
Dollar General, all locations: first hour of operating dedicated to seniors, stores will also close one hour early each day for employees to clean and restock shelves.
Dunkin Donuts, Springfield and White House locations: drive-thru, carry-out and delivery only.
El Molcajete, 1706 Kirby St in Springfield: delivery available.
Grain + Honey, 202 8th Ave East in Springfield: normal hours with curbside pickup available.
Granny’s Briar Patch, 2577 Highway 41 S in Greenbrier: normal hours with delivery and takeout available.
Historic Perk, 704 S Main St in Springfield: weekdays 7-2 p.m., Saturday 8-1 p.m., Sunday closed.
KFC, Springfield and White House locations: drive-thru and takeout only.
Kroger, Springfield and White House locations: stores open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Larry’s Restaurant, 204 Central Ave E in Springfield: drive-thru and takeout open 5 a.m. to 2 p.m. except on Sunday and Monday.
McDonalds, Springfield and White House locations: drive-thru and takeout only.
Molipazzo, 333 West Dr in White House: operating on normal hours with takeout, delivery and family meal pack options.
Premium Food Delivery, 3330 US-31W in White House: Has expanded delivery options to include more area restaurants.
Public House, 107 7th Ave E in Springfield: selling emergency family meal packages for pickup.
Senior Fajitas, 1209 E. Church St. in Orlinda: offering takeout options.
Sugar Roots, 27 N Main Street Unit 1 in Springfield: store closed but offering curbside pick-up and working to provide customers with delivery options.
The Depot Bar & Grill, 1007 S Main St in Springfield: Monday-Thursday 11-9 p.m., Friday-Saturday 11-10 p.m., Sunday closed. Will begin offering family style menu for delivery or pickup on March 23.
Thomas Drugs, 7802 Highway 25 E in Cross Plains: soda fountain and grilled closed, but pharmacy is open and operating on normal hours.
Torino’s, 1701 Memorial Blvd in Springfield: normal hours, delivery available.
True’s Barbeque, 7837 Highway 25 E in Cross Plains: dining room closed, take-out orders only.
Uncle John’s, 1521 Highway 31 W in Goodlettsville: Dining room open with delivery and takeout available.
Walmart, Springfield and White House locations: open 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. daily. Will open one hour early each Tuesday morning for customers age 60 and older.
White’s Jewelers, 1500 Memorial Blvd in Springfield: operating as normal, offering pick up and drop off in its drive-thru.
Whitt’s BBQ, 3516 Tom Austin Hwy in Springfield: delivery and takeout available.
Zaxby’s, Springfield and White House locations: drive-thru only.
City of Springfield offices and facilities: closed to the public.
Copper Vault, 116-118 W 6th Ave in Springfield: closed until further notice.
Dentist offices: most are closed by recommendation from the American Dental Association.
Mary's Au Naturale, 1943 Highway 31 W in White House: closed until further notice.
Resilience Personal Training, 102 Mooreland Dr #2 in Springfield: facility closed but offering at-home workout advice on its Facebook page.
Robertson County Family YMCA: closed until further notice.
Robertson County Schools: closed through at least March 31.
South Haven Christian School: closed until further notice.
Springfield Parks & Recreation activities: all programs have been suspended.
White House Public Library: closed until April 6.
White House Billy S. Hobbs Municipal Center: all Senior Center, recreation, open gym, and library programs have been suspended until April 6.
If your business is not listed above, please send information regarding closures, adjusted hours or special offerings to email@example.com.