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The City of Wichita is taking proactive steps to ensure the safety of those who visit and work in City facilities and is committed to doing its part to limit the potential impact of the Coronavirus. The City is also working closely with its local partners including the Sedgwick County Health Department which is responsible for managing issues related to public health.

The City will provide additional updates as needed on this website, and residents may find more information on the departmental web pages. Residents can view the department pages by clicking on the “Get Information” tab on From there, they can view the drop down menu and select specific departments which may have more information listed. The City will also share the latest news on Facebook and Twitter.

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City Mask Ordinance Expires

The City of Wichita’s mask ordinance has expired and is no longer in effect.

Wichita will continue to follow Sedgwick County’s Emergency Public Health Order which requires residents to continue to use masks in all public places, including all City of Wichita facilities. Read the press release below for additional details.

Wichita Mask Ordinance Expires

La Ordenanza de Máscaras De Wichita Expira

Learn more about Sedgwick County’s mask requirements and health exceptions here:

2020-10-21La Ordenanza de Máscaras De Wichita Expira
2020-10-21Wichita Mask Ordinance Expires
2020-10-01Residents Urged to Be Safe During Fall Celebrations
2020-09-09Ordinance 51-343 Amending Sections of Chapter 5 Pertaining to Face Masks (Revised 9-9-2020)
2020-08-11Wichita City Council Extends Mandatory Mask Order
2020-08-11Open Air ICT Program Supports Businesses During the Pandemic
2020-07-22New Order Limits Public Gatherings to 15 People
2020-07-22Sedgwick County COVID-19 Daily Update – July 22, 2020
2020-07-22Commission Amends Minns’ Order
2020-07-22A Resolution of the Board of County Commissioners of Sedgwick County, Kansas Amending an Order of the Local Health Officer
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