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Hi everyone,

I had been making lists like crazy all weekend, but things have been evolving hourly, so here is the fourth version of Around Edmond I’ve written since Sunday morning.

A message from the City of Edmond:

The Edmond City Council is expected to adopt a Declaration of Emergency related to community spread of COVID-19 that would be signed into effect by Mayor Dan O’Neil. A special meeting of the City Council will take place on Wednesday, March 18, at 5 pm in the City Council Chambers located at 20 South Littler.
The Declaration of Emergency will institute new community measures to help combat the spread of COVID-19 in Edmond. The changes are the result of recommendations from our health partners the Oklahoma City-County Health Department (OCCHD), the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSHD) and the Center for Disease Control (CDC).
Effective immediately upon signing of the Declaration of Emergency:
• The City is revoking all previously approved special event permits between March 19 – April 19.
• All events or meetings of 50 or more people at City owned-operated facilities are suspended until further notice.
• The City Manager is directed to not discontinue water and utility services for customers unable to pay their bills for a period of 30 days.
• All Citylink passengers must maintain a distance of at least 3 feet from other users when possible.
Additionally, the City of Edmond will be taking measures in the coming days to limit access to some city buildings. For the latest information on building closures, additional cancellations and access to resources from our health partners, please visit http://edmondok.com/1568/COVID-19-Coronavirus-Information.
Also, for those just outside of the Edmond utility lines but still in Edmond, OG&E and Oklahoma City are discontinuing disconnections during this period as well.

As well, public schools will be closed until April 6, per the Oklahoma Board voting 4-0 on this matter.

The President announced he is highly suggesting that all of us avoid public gatherings over 10 people for the next 15 days at events, bars, restaurants and food halls, and it is a good recommendation to flatten the curve of this to avoid overwhelming our medical facilities.

The President also suggests take out or delivery over dining in, which some restaurants are resorting to voluntarily. Here is a list from the Edmond Chamber of Commerce to which I will add to later this evening in a separate post – and Postmates and GrubHub are not charging delivery fees at the moment:

  • All About Cha

(405) 340-9959
Services offered: Curbside pick-up
Curbside will be available from 8am-8pm, on the north side of the building.

  • Alvarado’s Mexican Food

(405) 359-8860 Alvaradosmexican.com Curbside Delivery with takeout

  • Around the Corner Restaurant

(304) 341-5414
Services available: Curbside pick-up
Call when you arrive

  • Cafe Icon

(405) 340-8956 Curbside pickup for to go orders & Menu at TheCafeIcon.com 

  • Chicken Salad Chick

(405) 562-3817
Services offered: Doordash delivery, curbside pick-up

  • Earls Edmond

(405) 715-1166
Services offered: Drive-thru, delivery via Postmates (adding Doordash this week)

  • Johnnie’s Edmond

(405) 348-3214

Services offered: Delivery via Postmates and Uber Eats, drive-thru and curbside pick-up

  • McDonald’s – 2nd Street

(405) 402-1616
Services offered: Drive-thru

  •  Millie’s Table and Catering on Danforth has curbside pickup

(405) 330-9156 Curbside Pickup & Menu at Milliestable.com

  • Neighborhood Jam

(405) 242-4161
Services offered: Curbside pick-up and dine in up to 50 people at a time

  • Oak City Pizza inside of Edmond Railyard has pick up available, and delivery through Uber Eats and Door Dash

(405) 439-6005

  • Othellos

(405) 30-9045
Services available: Curbside pick-up
Call when you arrive

  • Panera Bread

(405) 844-5525
Services offered: Delivery, Rapid Pick up
Delivery: Monday thru Sunday 730 am to 8 pm.
Rapid Pick Up: Guests can order online at www.panerabread.com and pick up their order from RPU stand.  Their order will be bagged and ready to go at their specified pick-up time.

  • Pepperoni Grill

(405) 285-5454
Services offered: Doordash and Postmates delivery, curbside pick-up
Catering orders call 405-938-8353; Pickup or Curbside To Go Orders call 405-285-5454 or order online at https://www.pepperonigrill.net; Postmates & DoorDash orders can be placed on their apps

  • Perk Place Catering

(405) 420-4516
Services offered: Delivery, curbside pick-up, catering

  • Pub W Edmond

(405) 906-2421
Services offered: Curbside pick-up
Hours of operation 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM

  • Raising Cane’s

(405) 844-4192
Services offered: Drive-thru

  • Running Wild Catering

(405) 942-0381
Services offered: Delivery, curbside pick-up
Running Wild is not located in Edmond proper but is happy to deliver for a small fee.  See menus online at www.runningwildcatering.com.  Some items will require notice of up to 48 hours to prepare.

  • Sunnyside Diner

(405) 920-5144
Services offered: Delivery via Postmates and Doordash, online ordering for curbside pick-up
Order online at eatatsunnyside.com

  • Teriyaki Madness

(405) 250-0304
Services offered: Delivery via Teriyaki Madness app, curbside pick-up

  • Yokozuna

(405) 500-1020
Services offered: Curbside pick-up
Call in to place your order, provide car description, and then call again when you arrive and they’ll bring it to you.

That is it for now, I’ll post more restaurants under Local Flavor and shop circumstances for local retailers tomorrow morning.

Take care.