Wine Storage Bellevue COVID-19 Update

Updated May 4, 2020

Wine Storage Bellevue is changing its operations as a result of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak

The front door to our leasing office is open and our employees are available assist you with answering questions, renting units, and taking payments during normal business hours. To preserve the health and safety of our customers and employees, we ask you to do the following during your visit:

  • Observe social distancing and obey all posted signs and placards around the facility

  • Stay a minimum of 6 feet from others

  • Wear a face mask, or cover your mouth and nose with a cloth face cover.

If you are at higher risk of severe illness, or if you are currently ill, we ask that you please postpone your visit or contact our stores virtually. Many of the services we provide in our stores, including taking a payment and renting a storage unit, we can do online or over the phone.

We regret that our Amoroso room must remain closed at this time, and we are not currently taking reservations to use the space. If and when our Amoroso Room will reopen is a key concern, and we will be sure to update you with our plans to reopen this space when it is safe to do so.

The health and safety of our customers and employees is among our highest priorities. During this time we continue to take the following steps to help fight the spread of this virus:

  1. Employees are screened daily for fever, cough, shortness of breath.
  2. We perform routine environmental cleaning of our stores:
    • Employees are required to sanitize their hands regularly
    • Employees routinely clean all frequently touched surfaces, such as workstations, keyboards, telephones, bathrooms, and door and equipment handles, keypads, and elevator call buttons
    • Sanitizing and handwashing stations are available and encouraged for use.
  3. Improved support policies are in place for our team members:
    • Sick employees are asked to take paid time off and stay at home
    • Employees who are unwell or exhibiting symptoms of illness are asked to go home immediately.
  4. Posters that encourage hygiene to help stop the spread of disease are placed at the entrance to the workplace and in other conspicuous locations throughout the workplace.

We will continue to update our response to this outbreak as conditions change. In the meantime, we are proud to be a responsible member of the community, because strength in our sense of community will carry us through a difficult time.

Yours Truly,

The Wine Storage Bellevue Team

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