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What is City of Roseville Resolution No. 11725?

Resolution No. 11725 is a resolution adopted by the City Council on Monday, July 20, 2020 to amend local emergency order to require the use of face coverings within the City of Roseville, Minn.

All individuals, while present within the City of Roseville, shall wear a face covering in indoor areas accessible to the public, unless specifically exempted. Indoor areas accessible to the public shall include: 

Restaurants and Bars. These establishments shall include in their COVID-19 Preparedness Plan that all customers are required to wear a. 

Spaces of Public Accommodation. Owners and managers of spaces of public accommodation must include in their COVID-19 Preparedness Plan that all employees are required to wear a face covering when the individual is within any area open to the public or within six feet of another person. Customers of these establishments shall be required to wear a face covering before entering the spaces of public accommodation and must wear the face covering until exiting. 

Public Transportation. Users of public transportation are required to wear a face covering before boarding a bus and wear the face covering until the user exits the bus.

Entertainment Venues. Users are required to wear a face covering when the user is within six feet of another person. When the user is seated and not within six feet of a person they can remove the face covering, but must wear the face covering when walking to or from their seat and while standing in or walking through public areas such as lobbies and restrooms. 

Common Spaces in Multi-Family Residential and Multi-Tenant Office Buildings. Residents of multi-family housing buildings, and their guests; and tenants, employees and their guests in multi-tenant office buildings shall wear a face covering when in common spaces such as hallways, corridors, lobbies, restrooms, mail rooms, elevators, trash and recycling rooms, fitness rooms, recreation rooms, laundry rooms and other space owned and used in common by the residents, employees and tenants of the building.

City Facilities. All users of City of Roseville facilities shall wear a face covering at all times while within the premises of such facilities.

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1. What is City of Roseville Resolution No. 11725?
2. When does the resolution requiring face coverings go into effect?
3. Are there exceptions to the requirement to wear face covering?
4. What are some examples of indoor areas accessible to the public?
5. Does the order apply to common areas of bars and restaurants?
6. Does the order apply to athletic facilities like gyms or the Roseville Skating Center?
7. Does this policy apply to common areas of Rosedale Center?
8. Does the policy apply to common areas of hotels?
9. Does the policy apply to “back-of-house” areas of retail businesses, like stock rooms and employee break rooms?
10. Where do I have to wear a face covering in multi-family buildings (apartments/condominium buildings)?
11. What are the face covering requirements inside office buildings?
12. Who should I call if I have concerns about a business not requiring customers to wear face coverings?
13. Who should I call if I am concerned about an individual not wearing a face covering in an indoor area accessible to the public?
14. Who should I call if I am a store owner or manager who wants to report a customer that refuses to wear a mask?
15. Are store owners/managers and other places of public accommodation required to post notices of Roseville’s emergency order requiring face coverings?
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