July 21st, 2020, Iowa City Mayor Bruce Teague issued an order stating that all persons in the city of Iowa City must wear a face covering when in public spaces. As a result, businesses must post signs at the entrance of their business to instruct customers of the legal obligation to wear face coverings. These spaces include, but are not limited to:

  • Grocery stores
  • Pharmacies
  • Hardware stores
  • Retail stores
  • Outside if keeping six feet away from others is not possible
  • Public transportation or private car service (including taxis, ride share, or car pooling)
Full Details of this proclamation can be found on the City’s website.
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Through a collaboration with Think Iowa City, Iowa City Area Development Group, Iowa City Area Business Partnership and the Iowa City Downtown District, we're providing continued updates and resources for COVID-19 related information. Thanks to the support from MidWestOne Bank, West Bank, GreenState Credit Union, Great Western Bank, Hills Bank, Two Rivers Bank, U.S. Bank and CBI Bank Trust, Johnson County and other area partners, the Project Better Together team has created a community-wide Shop Local program to help encourage and motivate local spending at Johnson County local businesses. Starting June 22nd, for every $150 spent shopping local, receive a $20 gift card of YOUR choice to a local business.

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