Seminole Towne Center

Important COVID-19 Update

Our Center hours are 11A-7P Monday-Saturday & 12P-6P Sunday. Certain store and restaurant hours may vary.

STORE HOURS: The situation we are facing is unprecedented with the landscape changing on an hourly basis. The role we play in our communities as a provider of employment, goods, services and commerce is an important one. We are home to a number of national, regional, and locally owned businesses and must consider the impact of every decision we make. As such, mall hours have changed to allow retailers the flexibility to operate; however, certain stores and restaurants are following their own corporate or owner guidelines for temporary closures and modified operating hours. Please call ahead to confirm individual retailers’ hours before visiting the center.

Governor Ron Desantis’ Executive Order No. 20-71 (the “Order”) mandated that all restaurants and food establishments in Florida cease on-premises food consumption effective March 20, 2020. We expect all center restaurant and food court tenants to comply with the Order. We anticipate that food court tenants may continue to operate carryout and delivery services. Seating in the food court will not be permitted. We appreciate your understanding and support during this challenging time. We are closely monitoring the rapidly evolving COVID-19 pandemic and will continue to provide updates via our website, Facebook and the automated phone system.

To date, we have taken the following preventative measures: Based on guidelines from the CDC regarding public meetings and events, and out of an abundance of caution, we have made the decision to cancel or postpone all mall events, including our Easter photo program. Increased the frequency of cleaning and sanitizing of all high traffic common areas with an enhanced focus on all touchpoints with CDC-recommended cleaning agents. We will continue to work with the mall owner to monitor the situation and the government’s response. If there is a confirmed case of COVID-19 at the shopping center, we will work with local, state, and federal health officials to implement the proper next steps."

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