Current City of Madison Covid related ordinances/policies
Ordinance Requiring the Use of Masks or Face Coverings in Public During the COVID-19 Outbreak (8/19/2020)
This ordinance, enacted by Mayor & Council, requiring facial coverings or masks within the City when the prevalence of confirmed COVID-19 over the previous 14 days is equal to or greater than 100 cases per 100,000 people. Exceptions are noted.
Read the full ordinance
Cases are currently below the threshhold: THIS ORDINANCE IS NOT CURRENTLY IN EFFECT.
* Printable Masks Required sign (optional)
* Printable 8.5x11 opt out sign (required if withholding consent)
Policy Requiring Face Coverings in City Buildings (7/13/2020) Rescinded 6/4/2021
This policy, enacted by Mayor & Council, requires employees and members of the public to wear masks when entering and while inside City buildings.
current covid-19 related executive orders from governor kemp
Executive Order.03-31.21.03 - Empowering A Healthy Georgia (3/31/2021)
Providing additional guidance for Empowering a Healthy Georgia in response to COVID-19 Guidance for Empowering a Healthy Georgia in response to COVID-19. The order includes specific requirements for reopening restaurant dine-in services and adds capacity limits and other safety requirements for retailers.
Read the full order.