Curfew Q&A

June 01, 2020

 NOTE: On Thursday, June 4, Mayor Fischer announce the end to the citywide curfew. 

 

Can I leave my home? Everyone should remain in their residences and out of common areas during curfew hours.

What happens if I go out? You can be cited for a curfew violation and asked to return to your home.

Are there exceptions? Exceptions are for commuting to places of work, houses of worship for services and anyone involved in an action medically necessary to protect themselves, a friend or family member.

Can my business be open? Yes, but you should not have any customers after 9 p.m., as everyone should remain in their residences and out of common areas during curfew hours.

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