In order for the DDA to fulfill its vision, mission, and purpose, the DDA Board of Directors stands with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) requiring all businesses to adhere to the MDHHS Epidemic Order issued on October 9. Downtown businesses choosing not to follow these public health guidelines run the risk of shutdown by the local health department and an increased chance of being a COVID exposure site.
The DDA's vision, mission, and purpose, as stated below, align with doing what is best for the greater good to make downtown Iron Mountain a thriving destination. In this case, the greater good is caring for our neighbors and following public health orders issued by the MDHHS to deal with this global pandemic.
We strive to create a flourishing, historic downtown destination in Iron Mountain, MI.
To create a vibrant downtown in Iron Mountain by promoting economic growth through organizing community events, attracting new businesses, and advancing the beautification and historic preservation within the district.
We exist to advocate and strengthen Iron Mountain's entire Downtown Development District.
Click on the images below to view or download. To see the full MDHHS orders, please visit: michigan.gov/coronavirus
MIOSHA EMERGENCY RULES
Recently, the Michigan Occupational Health and Safety Administration (MIOSHA) released emergency rules that employers must follow in order to ensure the safety of employees. Click for more information on how this may impact your business:
Feel free to use the mask and physical distancing signage below in your business. Click the image to download.