Masks still recommended at the Public Market

Masks still recommended at the Public Market
Posted on 04/30/2021

Updated June 2, 2021 

The Johnson County Board of County Commissioners has authorized a resolution that establishes public health recommendations to reduce the spread of COVID-19, effective at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, May 1. Among those included in the resolution is a strong recommendation that masks continue to be worn in public, and that physical distancing be practiced while in public spaces. Consistent with the County’s resolution, we strongly recommend that you wear a mask and physical distance from those outside of your immediate group if you’re shopping at a merchant stall, placing an order, or walking through the Market.
While wearing a mask and social distancing are important ways to ensure we as a community beat COVID-19, we ask that you continue to take these steps when you visit the Market:

  • Consider eating outside while the weather is nice, using carryout, curbside delivery and third-party delivery options, when available. 
  • Please stay home if you are feeling ill or are showing signs or symptoms of the virus.
  • Before moving tables, please ask a Market staff member.
  • Use the hand sanitizer stations available.

We continue to take the following steps to protect our customers, merchants and staff:

  • Tables are spaced at least six feet apart to meet social distancing guidelines.
  • We’ve placed signs on the floor to indicate proper social distancing.
  • High-touch surfaces and items are sanitized regularly, including but not limited to – door handles, push bars, tabletops and trash cans.
  • Hand sanitizer stations are available for community use.
  • Staff and vendors stay home if they are sick.

Check back for updated information. 

Published July 2, 2020