Front yard landscape design drawing on the modern farmhouse architectural style of this Edina, MN home.
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March 27, 2020
First, we trust you are all taking steps to remain safe and healthy.
Second, we want to make sure you know that Southview Design is open for business.
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz has issued a “stay at home” directive to be effective March 28 through April 10. In his directive, several types of businesses have been designated as “essential businesses”, meaning they have the ability to continue operations during the “stay at home” period. Included in this designation is NAICS code 5617, “Services to Buildings and Dwellings”, which includes landscape services. Specifically, the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association has confirmed with the Governor’s office that Landscape services (subcategory 561730) fall within this category.
If you have a concern with crews operating on your property, please let us know.
Client meetings are continuing on schedule via phone, Zoom video conferencing, and online document sharing. Southview office functions are still running normally albeit with staff working from home.
We have a significant backlog of projects going into the landscape season and will be operating at full capacity as the landscape season officially begins.
Our plan is to continue to function as close to normal as possible under the circumstances. We will be fully able to meet our service obligations going forward. As always, we appreciate the trust and confidence you've placed in us. Please let us know if you have any questions.