The Gateway has announced that due to the COVID-19 outbreak in Utah, large-scale public events will be postponed through April. In order to keep the public current on all restaurants offering delivery options and to keep the public informed about shop hours, they have added an updates page on our website with the most current information available. Those updates can be accessed here http://shopthegateway.com/the-gateway-center-updates.

The startup of The Gateway’s spring and summer event season will be reevaluated with city, county and state partners and regular updates will be issued on AtTheGateway.com.  As art has always been a way to inspire and escape, they are currently doing a call for artists as part of their Art Shop Program, creating window displays in vacant spaces. RFP available here.

Mystery Escape Room is also offering online escape rooms for those looking for something to connect with family and friends over. Details on their hours and online options available here.

Although the risk of infection remains low, they have increased their cleaning schedule throughout the property, using the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines, using CDC approved sanitizing agents and are continually training staff on latest protocols. They have also removed and spread-out seating in communal areas to encourage social distancing.

The most current status on entertainment venues, restaurants and shops is available at AttheGateway.com This website will be regularly updated as the situation changes day to day. With the health and safety for customers and merchants a top priority, The Gateway will continue to monitor the situation and regularly update their website and provide information on their social channels @atthegateway.

“As a community partner, we are very interested in keeping the public and our merchants safe. We are staying vigilant to make sure everyone is healthy, safe and has good information on what’s available to them,” said Jacklyn Briggs, marketing director for The Gateway. “We have always provided a place for the community to unwind, be inspired and connect. Although, that’s changed a bit for now, we still have art to explore, restaurants and a grocery store available.”

People are also urged to get the latest on how to prevent the spread of the virus by visiting https://coronavirus.utah.gov/