- The Packers will return a portion of their workforce to the offices at Lambeau Field and Titletown beginning May 26 under protocols established by the NFL with guidance from medical and public health officials at the local, state and federal levels.
- A total of 75 employees, excluding coaches, will return to work across a variety of departments. Remaining employees will continue to work remotely.
- The Packers have not determined a date for the reopening of public-facing business units. The organization continues to plan for the opening and will announce updates as they are available.
- Public-facing business units comprise all Lambeau Field Atrium businesses, including the Packers Pro Shop, Packers Hall of Fame and 1919 Kitchen & Tap, as well as all team-run public activities in Titletown, including the playground and 46 Below, as well as The Turn.
Lambeau Field hosting 'Help for the Homeless Hygiene Drive' Saturday
Community members asked to donate hygiene items from 9 a.m. to noon during drive-up collection event in Lambeau Field parking lot
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers donates $1 million to help his hometown's small businesses
80 recipients in Chico and Butte County, Calif., will benefit from the Aaron Rodgers Small Business COVID-19 Fund
Packers Pro Shop hosting job fair March 9
Seasonal, part-time positions available; interviews to be held onsite at walk-in job fair
Packers release Christian Kirksey, Rick Wagner
GM Brian Gutekunst announces transactions Friday
Packers recognize Mentor-Protégé Program participants
In 10 years of the program, more than 360 jobs have been created across 96 protégé companies
DB Charles Woodson elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Woodson is the 27th member of the Packers to be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
'Free Tubing Day' at Ariens Hill postposed to Feb. 18
Tubing, skating, 46 Below and Titletown programming closed this weekend due to weather