Still Open For Business- Nurney Operation Update
Updated: Apr 6
Nurney Landscape & Design is committed to supporting our community and our clients during the emergence of the COVID-19 strain of coronavirus.
Yesterday, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf issued a "Stay At Home" Order to seven counties including Allegheny, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Monroe, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties.
At this time, landscaping services are deemed essential and are not subject to the stay at home order. However, Nurney is working to ensure the safety of our staff members and our clients. We are practicing social distancing, regularly disinfecting all surfaces and equipment, and providing staff members the opportunity to stay home if they do not want to commute or work during the order.
We continue to serve you, our valued customers, during this difficult time. We will continue to work on utilizing this spring to prepare your lawn and property for full outdoor enjoyment come summertime.
All bookings and communications will be made via phone or email
Any Nurney team member exhibiting signs of illness similar to cold or flu will stay home. Any Nurney staff member who has been in contact with someone with COVID-19 is required to self-quarantine for 14- days.
4/1/20- Update from the Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association (PLNA)
Governor Wolf's "Stay at Home" Order as of April 1, 2020 5:30 pm
At this time, per Governor's directives, Landscaping Services are deemed essential/life sustaining and you may continue to operate during the Stay At Home order
Governor Wolf's "Stay At Home" Order was effective statewide effective 8:00 pm, April 1, 2020
The order provides a list of allowable individual activities and allowable essential travel. It also list operations that are exempt from this order and that list of exemptions includes previously determined essential/life-sustaining business activities.
Any additional clarification will be updated and communicated as soon as possible. Keep checking PLNA.com for additional updates.