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Posted on: May 4, 2021

Masks no longer required in City of St. Augustine facilities

Members of the public will  not be required to wear masks when coming into City facilities to conduc

Masks not required at public meetings, still strongly encouraged in crowded areas

Pursuant to the governor’s Executive Orders 21-101 and 21-102, the City of St. Augustine announced that members of the public will not be required to wear masks when coming into City facilities to conduct business or for public meetings. 

“Masks are still highly encouraged in crowded areas, per CDC guidelines,” said John Regan, City Manager, “And with that being said, I would also like to remind the public to remain respectful of each other’s personal wishes when it comes to wearing or not wearing a mask.”

The City also reminds the public to continue practicing good hygiene by washing your hands often, cleaning high-use surfaces, and practicing safe distancing when interacting with others.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Melissa Wissel, Communications Director, at 904.293.3307 or via email at

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