Our Go Safely Initiative:
Combating COVID-19

Learn how Detroit businesses are committing to visitor safety


In these unprecedented times, the Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau is taking bold, proactive steps to ensure visitors to the metro Detroit area feel safe at all times. One of those steps is the Go Safely Initiative, which aims to ensure visitors that our community is committed to their health and welfare.

Through Go Safely, DMCVB members are asked to take the Go Safely Pledge or receive GBAC STAR Accreditation. Both are a declaration that they are committed to putting the proper safety protocols in place to create a safe environment and protect your welfare.

Visit this page often to see a list of metro Detroit businesses that have taken the Go Safely Pledge or received the accreditation; for links to useful websites with news about Detroit’s reopening efforts; and much more.


The Go Safely Pledge

DMCVB members who have taken the Go Safely Pledge, have declared their commitment to:


Businesses that have taken the Go Safely Pledge

The following establishments in metro Detroit have taken our pledge, committing to creating a safe environment and protecting visitor health and welfare.


GBAC STAR Accreditation

The DMCVB has partnered with the Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC), a division of the Worldwide Cleaning Industry Association (ISSA), the cleaning industry’s top accreditation for cleaner and safer spaces. GBAC STAR Accreditation is globally recognized.


Businesses that have received GBAC STAR Accreditation

The following metro Detroit businesses have taken strict measures and implemented several cleaning protocols to become GBAC STAR accredited.


Additional Resources

There are several resources where you can find the most up-to-date information on current regulations, mandates and restrictions. Click on the following links to learn more:

Current Executive Orders from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

State of Michigan Safe Start Plan. Metro Detroit is considered Region 1 and is currently in Phase 4 of the Michigan Safe Start Plan.

City of Detroit Resource Page