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Eagle Mayor Jason Pierce and City Council members Charlie Baun, Brad Pike, and Kenny Pittman believe that individuals and businesses should choose what protective measures are best for them, their families, and their customers. We encourage everyone to practice physical distancing when out in public and wash your hands frequently to protect our vulnerable and at-risk family, friends, and neighbors. Each individual has a responsibility to care for themselves, but as a member of our community, we ask you to do what you can to protect each other. We also believe that wearing masks are a good idea when physical distancing is not possible. However, we disagree that masks should be mandated. Businesses can have you wear a mask in their establishments. Many of our small businesses are owner-operated, and if they get sick, they will be out of business. We believe Eagle residents care about one another, and just because you are not wearing a mask does not mean you don’t care. We don’t know why a person chooses to wear a mask or not, so please be kind to one another and respect the decisions they make as individuals.
When you wear a mask, please understand the proper ways to put them on and take them off. Disposable masks are meant to be disposable and should be thrown away after use, and please wash fabric masks before you use them again.
Here are some tips for wearing your face covering correctly:
Best practices for taking it off correctly include:
Central District Health has updated its Public Health Order for Ada County. The new order states, “Every person is required to wear a face covering that completely covers the person’s nose and mouth when the person is in a public place and others are present and physical distancing of 6 feet cannot be maintained.”
Facial coverings are not required to be worn under the following circumstances:
To read the full text of the Public Health Order, please click here.
-Mayor Jason Pierce and Councilmembers Charlie Baun, Brad Pike, and Kenny Pittman