DoorDash Activates Severe Weather Protocol in Mankato
DoorDash has activated its Severe Weather Protocol and suspended operations in eastern South Dakota and Western Minnesota. This precautionary measure comes as a severe winter storm is making its way across the country, resulting in extremely dangerous road conditions including significant snowfall and ice.
All DoorDash operations have been suspended in the following areas as of Wednesday, February 22 at 12pm CT:
Eastern South Dakota, including:
- Sioux Falls
Western Minnesota, including:
- Saint Cloud
Operations are expected to resume on Thursday, February 23 at 12pm CT, but are dependent on evolving weather conditions. These changes have been communicated with Dashers, merchants and customers in the impacted areas.
“This significant winter storm has created road conditions that are extremely hazardous and make driving dangerous, if not impossible,” said DoorDash spokesperson Juian Crowley.
“To help keep our community safe, DoorDash is proactively activating its Severe Weather Protocol and suspending operations in eastern South Dakota and Western Minnesota.”
“We want to thank the affected Dashers, merchants and customers for their understanding during this extreme weather and we will resume operations when it is safe to do so.”