As of March 16th, the interior of Clearview City Center will be closed to the public through April 30th as a safety precaution in alignment with restrictions issued by Gov. John Bel Edwards and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

 Target will remain open and accessible to shoppers with adjusted operating hours to allow staff members time to properly disinfect the store and re-stock high demand items. Walk-On’s, Zea Rotisserie & Grill, and Semolina will also remain open for delivery and take-out orders.

 “We know how many residents and families rely on the stores at Clearview for their daily household essentials, and that will become even more evident as our community and many others respond to the future unknowns and threats associated with COVID-19,” Thomas Richards, Clearview City Center managing partner, said. “We have leveraged the natural footprint of our shopping center in a way that provides customers with easy and direct access to the stores they rely on for these basic essentials, while minimizing health and safety risks to anyone who visits the shopping center and our stores.”

 We urge everyone to comply with the recommendations issued from government officials and the CDC to ensure the safety of our community. Clearview City Center will continue to use extreme disinfecting measures throughout the entire property to help provide a safe and healthy environment for all who visit the shopping center.

 “We are committed to maintaining a safe shopping experience that connects nearby residents with the items they need in their daily lives while we all work together as a community and state during these difficult times,” Richards added. “We are in communication with local and state officials, and we urge all in our area to visit our website and social media pages to stay up to date on any changes to our operating schedule during this crisis.”

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