We love the Cedar Rapids area, and we know you do too! We are a resilient community because we support each other in times of need.
IOWA'S ENHANCED PUBLIC HEALTH MEASURES: Measures, including further limits on social gatherings, mask requirements for indoor public buildings (with certain exceptions), limits on youth sporting events and additional health measures at restaurants, bars and personal service establishments, are in effect through December 10. Read a summary here.
CEDAR RAPIDS MASK MANDATE:Cedar Rapids Mayor Brad Hart has signed an emergency proclamation making face coverings mandatory in public places throughout Cedar Rapids, whenever proper social distance cannot be maintained. The mandate is effective immediately. Scientific studies have shown that face coverings over the mouth and nose significantly reduce the spread of the coronavirus.
View the full proclamation and Mask Mandate Frequently Asked Questions: http://www.cedar-rapids.org/news_detail_T6_R1355.php
DERECHO STORM AND COVID 19 UPDATES: We strive to post the most current and accurate information, but changes are happening rapidly, so please check with each specific business or organization's website to confirm details. Please note: most hotels are open, but others are closed to repair damage and may not have connected phone lines. Some parks in the area are closed due to downed trees and unsafe conditions. Nearly all attractions and museums are open. Learn more about the City of Cedar Rapids response here and the City of Marion response here.
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