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A public education campaign to encourage Indianapolis' residents and visitors to mask up and help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

As of July 9, a face mask in public is required in Marion County. Unless an exception applies, all individuals must wear a face covering when in an indoor place other than the home, or when outdoors in a situation where adequate social distancing of at least six feet is not possible (including outdoor public gatherings).

Tasha Beckwith

Joy, 2020, Digital Illustration

Mirvia Sol Eckert

In This Together, 2020, Freestyle Digital Illustration

Shaunt'e Lewis

Sisters in the City, 2020, Digital Illustration

William Denton Ray

Masqueraders, 2020, Digital Illustration

Aaron Scamihorn

Sanitary Solidarity, 2020, Digital Illustration

Israel Solomon

Canal Roses, 2020, Acrylic on Canvas

How can I get a free #MaskUpIndy poster?

Posters will be printed and distributed to merchants associations, community centers, and businesses to help remind residents to wear their face coverings. Organizations and businesses wanting to request a poster can reach out to their Mayor’s Neighborhood Advocate.

Residents can also obtain a free poster during regular business hours from the following locations:

#MaskUpIndy Poster Series

#MaskUpIndy is an initiative launched by Mayor Joe Hogsett and the Arts Council of Indianapolis to encourage residents and visitors to wear face masks in public and promote the City's free face masks program for Marion County residents.

As of July 9, a face mask in public is required in Marion County. Unless an exception applies, all individuals must wear a face covering when in an indoor place other than the home, or when outdoors in a situation where adequate social distancing of at least six feet is not possible (including outdoor public gatherings).

This initiative was made possible through the Federal CARES Act funding and approved by the Indianapolis City-County Council.