COVID19 - 6-Feet Apart and Social Distancing

1/28/21 UPDATE FROM GOVERNOR MILLS:  Starting February 1, 2021, Early Closing Time for Businesses Ends

December 4, 2020 - Governor Mills Extends Early Closing Time for Establishments - 9 p.m.

November 4, 2020 Governor Janet Mills' Executive Order to Revise Indoor Gathering Limits, Strengthen Face Covering Requirements and Delegate Certain Authority

UPDATE:  8/1/2020 - Outside Gatherings (Now 100) & Face Coverings for Children

COVID-19 Business Operations Checklist (includes multiple languages)

  • Per the Maine Department of Economic & Community Development, the total number of people at any one time should be no more than 50 people per room and each party must be 6 feet apart from other parties. This also applies to outdoor seating areas UNLESS the restaurant has two (2) distinctly separate outdoor eating areas; for example, one in the back of a building and one in the front.  There also needs to be a back-up plan for outdoor seating that adheres to physical distance requirements in case of inclement weather.
  • Per Lewiston Code of Ordinances, any business holding a valid city food service establishment business license issued by the City of Lewiston is permitted to place tables, chairs, and benches on or above any city sidewalk or public way (not used for vehicular traffic) and must comply with specific conditions found in section in Section 66-36.

5/20/20 Increase in COVID19 in Lewiston - WHAT YOU CAN DO

VIDEO:  What is Social Distancing - Great Info!

Enjoying Outside Safely

Virtual Lewiston Public Library Offerings/Programs

LibraryLA - Vast Online Resources

Public Park and Open Space Instructions

Lewiston Youth Advisory Council "Social Distancing" Videos