Camdenton Asks Businesses To Limit Customers In Stores Due To COVID 19

All News Friday, April 3rd, 2020

The city of Camdenton putting a stop to people going into area retail stores…

The city’s “One Cart, One Person” initiative is asking all major retailers to only allow one person per shopping cart inside the store at a time.

The city is also asking retailers to post signage and limit access to their stores, by allowing only one controlled entrance…

The change in response to COVID 19 concerns and social distancing requirements….


Press Release from Camdenton:

The Mayor and City Staff have requested that all major retailers in the City limits of Camdenton limit access to their stores to one controlled entrance.  We have also asked that signs be posted emphasizing the ONE cart, ONE person concept.  Suggested signage:


“ONE CART, ONE PERSON when visiting our store please. If you are sick, please refrain from entering. Every customer who walks in our doors PUTS OUR EMPLOYEES AND OTHERS AT RISK.  Thank you for doing your part to help our community stay healthy and safe.”

All stores have been very cooperative with this effort.  Hopefully this will reduce the number of customers inside our stores at any one time.


Any questions can be addressed by call Camdenton City Hall – 573-346-3600.


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