Important Executive Orders, Resolutions, and other notices:
KS GOVERNOR PRESS RELEASE Effective Friday, May 22nd, a modified Phase Two will take place with a new mass gathering limit of 15 individuals.
Frequently Asked Questions for Reopening
KS GOVERNOR EXECUTIVE ORDER 20-32 Phase 1.5 effective May 18, 2020.
KS Guidelines for re-opening businesses All businesses operating during any phase of the reopening plan must follow the Guidelines for Businesses in Executive Order 20-29.
KS GOVERNOR EXECUTIVE ORDER 20-29 The statewide "stay at home" order is being lifted in stages. Each phase will be assessed every 14 days and based on case counts, hospitalization rates, and death rates. Please continue to be diligent with practicing social distancing of 6 feet or more in public places, avoiding socializing with large groups, wearing masks, washing hands, and minimizing non-essential traveling.
KS GOVERNOR EXECUTIVE ORDER 20-18 Temporarily prohibiting mass gatherings of 10 or more.
MARION COUNTY EMERGENCY PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER 20200501 In conjuction with Governor Executive Order and prohibits self-service of unpackaged food such as salad bars and also prohibits door-to-door soliciting
MARION COUNTY EMERGENCY PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER 20200406 Prohibit large gatherings of 10 or more people and limit dining to carryout/delivery only. (Extended to April 30, 2020)
MARION COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT PUBLIC NOTICE COVID-19 related death identified in Marion County 4/24/2020
MARION COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT PUBLIC NOTICE 5th positive case in Marion County 4/14/2020
MARION COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT PUBLIC NOTICE 4th positive case in Marion County 4/11/2020
MARION COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT PUBLIC NOTICE 3rd positive case in Marion County 4/5/2020
MARION COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT PUBLIC NOTICE 2nd positive case in Marion County 4/3/2020
MARION COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT PUBLIC NOTICE 1st positive case in Marion County 4/2/2020
KDHE NEW TRAVEL-RELATED QUARANTINE GUIDELINES updated 4/30/2020
KDHE PRESS RELEASE TRAVEL QUARANTINE UPDATES adding Massachusetts and Rhode Island, removing California, Florida, and Washington 4/30/2020
KDHE PRESS RELEASE TRAVEL QUARANTINE UPDATE adding Maryland 5/12/2020
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON TRAVEL QUARANTINE GUIDELINES 5/12/2020
KDHE NEW MANDATES FOR QUARANTINE AND ISOLATION of travelers, close contacts and those being tested.
KDHE MANDATING HOME QUARANTINE Updated 3/27/2020 for those who have traveled to Colorado or Louisiana on or after March 27th; California, Florida, New York, or Washington State on or before March 15th. Non-compliance may result in a $500 fine.
KS SUPREME COURT ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER 2020-PR-016 Directing all District courts to cease all but emergency operations.
8th DISTRICT JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATIVE ORDERS 20-07 AND 20-08 Information concerning Court & Court Services.
KS GOVERNOR EXECUTIVE ORDER 20-05 Temporarily prohibits utility and internet disconnects.
KS GOVERNOR EXECUTIVE ORDER 20-07 Information concerning Kansas schools.
KS GOVERNOR EXECUTIVE ORDER 20-20 Allowing notaries and witnesses to act via audio-video communication technology
KS GOVERNOR STATE OF DISASTER EMERGENCY PROCLAMATION
Marion County's State of Local Public Health Emergency RESOLUTION 2020-09
KANSASWORKS Workforce Centers Operations Update
USDA and FEDERAL RURAL RESOURCE GUIDE Programs to provide immediate and long-term assistance
Marion County Health Department - GUIDANCE FOR RESTAURANTS - May 18, 2020
Pennsylvania's DEPT OF AGRICULTURE GUIDANCE for Retail Grocery Stores, Restaurants & Bars
Marion County Health Department Memo - CDC Guidelines - March 23, 2020
US CISA IDENTIFY ESSENTIAL WORKERS March 19, 2020
US TREASURY FINANCIAL ESSENTIAL WORKERS March 22, 2020
SBA - SMALL BUSINESS ASSISTANCE Offers Disaster Assistance to KS Small Businesses
The Small Business Owner's Guide to the CARES ACT provided by US Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship
SCKEDD Disaster Relief Loan Program for Small Business (SDRP) provides maximum $25,000 loans with first 6 months deferred
At-HOME ACTIVITIES AND RESOURCES for Youth and Families
KDHE Guidance for Workers Who Visit Homes
KDHE Interim Guidance for Cosmetology and Barber Shops including Esthetics, Nail Technology, Electrology, Tanning, Tattoo and Body Piercing, and Massage Establishments and Schools.
KDOA Grocery Store Food Safety
KDOA Drive-Thru Food Safety
Marion County Health Department Press Release - WIC available without physical presence
KDHE and KDA Recommend Reduce Acreage Burning
KDCF Hero Relief Program
provides childcare subsidies to eligible healthcare workers, first responders and other essential workers.