A note from Lake of the Ozarks
Your health and safety are important to us. We are monitoring the updates locally, statewide and nationally regarding policies as we begin to reopen due to the COVID-19 situation.
Lake Regional Community Update from Tuesday, May 12, 2020 (Zoom Video Recording) - Download Video
State of Missouri "Show Me Strong" Road to Recovery - View Website
COVID-19 Reopening Guidance Considerations for the Global Attractions Industry - View Document
US Travel Industry Guidance for Promoting the Health and Safety of All Travelers - View Document
Lake of the Ozarks Area Collaborative Effort Back to Business Tool Kit - View Document
Lake of the Ozarks Area Collaborative Effort Back to Business One Page Summary - View Document
Here some reliable resources for more information on COVID-19.
World Health Organization (WHO) - View Website
Center for Disease Control (CDC) - View Website
Lake Regional Health System - View Website
Camden County Health Department - View Website
Miller County Health Department - View Website
Morgan County Health Department - View Website
Missouri Department of Health - View Website
COVID-19 Small Business Resource Center - View Website
Restaurant Employee Relief Fund - View Website
Small Business Association (SBA) Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources - View Website
Missouri Department of Economic Development Stay At Home Order Business Guidelines: The Department of Health and Senior Services has issued additional guidance around the Missouri Stay At Home Order as it relates to public gatherings, including business operations. The following resources are designed to assist businesses as they make determinations around whether or not to remain open. - View Website
Sample Essential Employees Letter - Download
Families First Response Act - The United States has enacted the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), which will require employers with fewer than 500 employees to provide paid leave to employees who are impacted by COVID-19 and offer tax credits to employers that do so. The law takes effect on April 1, 2020 and expires on December 31, 2020. - View Website
Missouri Department of Labor Federal Coronavirus Information - With Congress and the President responding to COVID-19 in multiple ways, it is challenging to keep up with how these recent changes to federal law may impact an individual’s situation at work. The Department is closely tracking recent legislative changes and how they may apply to state government operations and programs. The Missouri Department of Labor will provide updates on this FAQs page as changes are received. Check back often for updated information as conditions change. - View Website
Missouri Department of Labor Unemployment Information - View Website
Lake Area Information
Several of our Lake Area restaurants are still open for business by offering delivery and curbside pickup. LakeExpo.com is updating a list of restaurants that are currently offering delivery and curbside pickup. We encourage you to call the dining establishment directly for any updated hours and ordering options, as this information changes daily.
Lake area event cancellations & postponements are happening daily. Before going to any event, we recommend you please contact the event planner directly to make sure the event is still scheduled as planned. These event cancellations are to take precautionary action against the further spread of COVID-19. Please visit our online events calendar to see updates. You can also visit LakeNewsOnline.com, as they are also posting event cancellations and postponements.
Information regarding the 2020 Spring Harbor Hop - View Website
Information Regarding the 2020 Lake of the Ozarks Restaurant Guide - View Website