More Quad-City Walmart stores have joined the list of no longer operating 24 hours a day.

The Davenport location at 5811 Elmore Ave. has joined its counterpart, 3101 W. Kimberly Road, in closing at midnight, reopening six hours later, in a move earlier this month according to the QC Times.

If you need to shop during the overnight hours, you can still head to Moline, 3930 44th Avenue Drive, or Silvis, 1601 18th St., Those locations remain 24-hour operations.

According to Walmart’s store locator on its website, locations in Muscatine and Clinton remain open 24 hours a day, while locations in Aledo and Geneseo close at midnight and reopen six hours later.

Earlier this week, Walmart released its fourth-quarter earnings, which included a 35% increase in the quarter for e-commerce sales and 37% growth overall for the entire year. Area shoppers may have noticed the growing option of pick-up orders — when someone orders online and has items waiting inside or even brought out to their car for them.

The nationwide retail change has quickly established itself here in the Quad-Cities, as Hy-Vee locations in both Illinois and Iowa have shifted toward closing in the overnight hours. Up until this week, it wasn’t clear how these store hour changes may impact local workers.

You may recall several Hy-Vee locations in both Illinois and Iowa have shifted toward closing in the overnight hours too. 

Enter your number to get our free mobile app