Northglenn officials will give residents 12 opportunities to get free face masks at a series events in June. Residents can drive through Northglenn Marketplace between 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. June 13 to …
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Northglenn officials will give residents 12 opportunities to get free face masks at a series events in June.
Residents can drive through Northglenn Marketplace between 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. June 13 to get a free mask.
The city will combine the mask giveaways with food truck stops and goody bag distributions beginning June 23. They will have to show proof that they are Northglenn residents to get a mask, according to a city press release.
The city will host food trucks from 4-7 p.m. June 23, 26 and 30 at four different locations. Masks and the goody bags will be distributed to residents at each of those stops.
The food trucks will be at Wyco Park, 11651 Wyco Dr., at Huron Crossing Park 509 W. 116th Way, at Danahy Park at Roseanna and Livingston drives and at Central Park in the Fox Run neighborhood.
The City Council adopted a directive May 18 requiring anyone three-years-old or older to cover their mouth and nose with a cloth covering when in a Northglenn business or government building, waiting to enter them or when they are outside but unable to keep social distant from others.
“I think the evidence is clear that wearing a face covering offers protection against the spread of COVID-19,” said Mayor Meredith Leighty. “I am very pleased our council chose to pass this resolution, and am confident our community will support this measure that protects the health of residents, essential workers, and especially those most vulnerable to COVID-19.”
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