September 25, 2020 Update – New State Executive Order:
Things are ever-changing these days when it comes to public health. Currently the state of Florida and Volusia County do not have a statewide or countywide face covering mandate.
That leaves the decision up to individual cities and towns to make a decision on what they will require or recommend.
Are you looking for face mask requirements in Volusia County?
For information on each city’s requirements or recommendations, follow the links below. If a city has not been listed, they have not yet made a public announcement regarding a requirement or recommendation.
Additionally, individual businesses are privately-owned and may request at their own discretion that a mask be worn in order to enter the business. In Florida, a business has the right to refuse service and entry to those not following the business’ standards and requirements.
To date (July 16, 2020), the following national chains that have locations within Volusia County and/or Florida have announced that masks are required in order to enter the business:
Individual Store Face Covering Requirements
*Please note, some of these businesses have announced the requirement but it has not yet taken effect. See individual stores for more information.
- Sam’s Club
- Best Buy
- Dollar Tree
- Apple Store
- American Eagle
- Family Dollar
- Home Depot
This list is only of national businesses. Many individual small businesses may require masks, please check store policies before visiting.
How to Get a Face Mask
After distributing 119,000 nonsurgical masks to nine sites throughout the county last week, Volusia County Public Protection is distributing another 113,000 face masks to an additional eight locations. Residents may stop by any participating location and pick up two masks per person during regular operating hours. Read more here: