Crocker Park in Westlake installed 22 curbside pickup zones across different metered locations to better assist stores and restaurants servicing their customers. The zones were officially operational May 7.
Each business inside Crocker Park has a dedicated curbside pick-up zone near their respective store or restaurant that is signified by both color codes and zone numbers.
Guests are asked to make their curbside pick-up orders either online or by calling the store, and then on arrival will park in their dedicated pick-up zone and stay in their vehicle while an employee brings the order out.
“As an avid shopper myself, I continue to see the growing popularity in curbside pick-up when shopping, picking up my dinner, and even grocery shopping,” Stacie Schmidt, vice president of marketing and communications for Stark Enterprises in Cleveland, said in a news release. “We saw this shift and knew we had to take action to ensure that every one of our businesses can take advantage of this new service, and that we make this option as simple and efficient as possible for both our businesses and our visitors. We invite everyone to give these spots a try next time you shop and dine.”
Crocker Park recommends calling or going to the website of each individual store to ensure their specific curbside instructions. For a complete map of the zones, visit crockerpark.com/curbside.