At the Memorial District, your health and safety are our top concerns. Currently, we are seeing daily updates and changes to our everyday lives due to an evolving situation with the Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. The Memorial District is a popular place to eat, shop and play but, in order to keep the virus from spreading, federal and local officials are implementing safety measures to protect the community. This means businesses are operating differently to ensure social distancing.
Memorial City Mall, has closed through March 31. Target is remaining open for now but many shops in other centers have chosen to close. We ask that you check their individual websites and to check with specific stores and before heading out to places in CityCentre, Town & Country Village or Village Plaza at Bunker Hill,
While bars are closed, many restaurants are offering meals via take out, so please continue to order meals for carry-out or delivery from them and plan to return when local officials determine it is safe for people to congregate in public places.
In the meantime, HEB and Randall’s, regularly restock supplies and offer pick-up options for shoppers. And both grocery stores are hiring people to help with stocking, checkout and curbside delivery service.
Additionally, the Memorial District is home to the highest-quality medical care. Memorial Hermann Hospital and Texas Children's Urgent Care are both here—as are several additional medical and urgent care centers. Memorial Hermann has created a resource page that is updated daily to help you understand the latest information regarding COVID-19.
Remain vigilant with your health and be sure to follow doctors' recommendations on staying healthy during this time. Below are links to information about COVID-19 from local, state, national and international health organizations: