June 14, 2021
How to Safely Visit the Short North Arts District
Wear a Mask
Though the City of Columbus and State of Ohio mask mandates have been lifted, visitors who are unvaccinated are highly encouraged to wear a mask. Additionally, if a business has posted signage requesting visitors to wear a mask before entering, please comply by wearing a mask the entire time you are inside the business (unless actively eating or drinking while seated).
Hand Wash and Sanitize
Visitors are encouraged to continue to wash and sanitize their hands in indoor spaces. If a business has posted signage requesting visitors to wash or sanitize their hands upon entering, please comply.
Visitors are encouraged to continue to practice social distancing in indoor and outdoor spaces. If a business has posted signage requesting visitors to social distance upon entering, please comply.
Park with Contactless Payment
Parking in the Short North Arts District is easier – and safer – than ever. In addition to new contactless options that have recently been installed throughout the District, the ParkColumbus App continues to be a quick and easy contactless method of paying for parking. Visit ShortNorth.org/Parking for more details.
Always Stay Home If Sick
Keep Short North Arts District employees and visitors safe by staying home if you’re sick.
Follow Public Health Practices
For the latest on safety guidelines from the city, please visit columbus.gov/c19vax