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Take measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19. A face mask is required by several municipalities throughout the Grand Strand. MBACC has compiled a list of resources for businesses to plan for and respond to the virus. Read More

July 7, 2020

Let your customers know that a face covering is required in your business. Your chamber has created signage for each municipality. Click the links below to print your sign.

If your business does not fall under a mandated ordinance and you still require a face mask, click here to download a generic sign.

Looking for more reopening signage? Welcome your customers back and implement social distancing and cleanliness with our reopening signage package. We’ve also created a storefront flyer reminding guests to Visit Responsibly.

 

City of Myrtle Beach 

Myrtle Beach City Council approved an Executive Order requiring that face masks be worn within the City of Myrtle Beach. 

The order went into effect July 2. 

FAQs about the Myrtle Beach face mask order

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North Myrtle Beach 

North Myrtle Beach City Council voted in favor of an ordinance that requires people to wear face coverings in public spaces.

The ordinance went into effect July 2.

FAQs about the North Myrtle Beach face mask ordinance

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Conway

Conway City Council voted in favor of an ordinance that requires people to wear face coverings in public spaces.

The ordinance went into effect July 6.

Face Mask Resolution

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Atlantic Beach

Atlantic Beach Town Council voted in favor of an ordinance that requires people to wear face coverings in public spaces.

The ordinance went into effect July 6.

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Surfside Beach

Surfside Beach Town Council voted July 7 to pass a resolution that strongly encourages people to wear a face mask in public places.


Horry County

Horry County Council passed an ordinance requiring the use of face masks in public.

The ordinance went into effect July 3. 

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City of Georgetown 

Georgetown City Council passed an ordinance requiring the use of face masks in public.

The ordinance went into effect July 3.

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Georgetown County

Georgetown County Council passed an ordinance requiring the use of face masks in public.

The ordinance went into effect July 3.

Additional face mask resources

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COAST RTA

 Local ordinances are now in place that require passengers to wear masks inside Coast RTA vehicles. Read More

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