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On July 22, 2020, the Sedgwick County Commission voted to uphold a health order by Dr. Garold Minns, Local Health Officer, with some revisions. On July 24, the County Commission amended the order again. Here’s a summary of how all these actions affect life in Derby:
Other key provisions of the order include:
These public health orders are being enforced in Derby. If you have concerns about compliance at a particular location, please call the Derby Police Department at 788-1557. Do not call the 9-1-1 emergency system. Please be patient over the next few days as our valued businesses learn about the new rules and make adjustments.
Rock River Rapids aquatic park complies with all public health orders and has been operating at less than 30% capacity so is easily able to provide social distancing. Both staff and guests wear masks when safe distancing cannot be ensured. Rock River Rapids will close for the season on August 11. Buy your tickets online at RockRiverRapids.com for your preferred session (12:30-4 p.m. or 5 to 7 p.m.) Tickets for the evening session are just $5 per person.
“We understand the County’s goal is to reduce the spread of the virus,” said Kathy Sexton, City Manager. “Complying with these public health orders will take some effort, and I’m confident Derbyites will take actions to support local businesses and promote the community’s health.”
Read Sedgwick County’s local health orders at Sedgwickcounty.org/covid-19/local-orders.