How is Reopening Going for Hendricks County, Indiana?
First of all, thank you for checking in on us! You may be wondering how things are going in the midst of the pandemic. We plan to keep this page updated so you can make the best decisions for you and your family when making plans. Revisit this page anytime to learn about local changes to health and safety protocols and to check the status of COVID-19 cases in the area.
Indiana's Mask Mandate
Beginning Monday, July 27, the state of Indiana will implement a mask mandate for all counties. The mandate requires that anyone age 8 and older must wear a face mask in indoor public spaces, commercial entities, transportation services or in outdoor public spaces where social distancing is not possible.
Hendricks County Mask Regulations
Please be advised that the Hendricks County Commissioners have mandated that all County employees and members of the public must wear masks, cloth facial coverings, or a face shield (if a physician states you cannot wear a mask or cloth facial covering) while inside County buildings, effective Thursday, July 23. This includes places like the main Hendricks County Parks & Recreation office in Danville and the Nature Center at McCloud Nature Park.
Local COVID-19 Guides
COVID-19 Cases in Hendricks County
We will monitor the local level of new COVID-19 cases per day. Below is a snapshot of how Hendricks County is doing. For a more complete picture, download the COVID-19 Case Comparison Report that also includes case data for Indiana and the United Sates.
Back on Track Indiana
As we work our way through this pandemic, we have reached Stage 4.5 in Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb’s Back on Track Indiana plan. Indiana is expected to be in this stage until at least July 31st. Right now restaurants can be at 75% capacity, tourism-related attractions like zoos, musems and race tracks can be at 50% capacity and festivals, parades and other outdoor events can now proceed with some restrictions.
Current Reopening Phase: Stage 4.5 (learn more)
Hoosier Hospitality Promise
Businesses in Indiana are pledging to protect the health and safety of employees and customers. Visit Hendricks County has requested our local businesses join the Hoosier Hospitality Promise as we safely reopen our community’s tourism and hospitality economy.