Oak Lawn Toyota Customers and Employees Wear Masks
Oak Lawn Village Mask Order | Oak Lawn Toyota Customers are Required to Wear a Mask or Face Cloth Covering
- The Village of Oak Lawn’s Local State of Emergency declaration requires that Oak Lawn Toyota’s employees and customers wear masks or face coverings.
- Employees and visitors must comply with the Order;
- Those in violation of the Order may be issued a warning or citation.
- The CDC has a step-by-step guide for making a cloth face covering if you don’t have a mask.
Oak Lawn Toyota’s Face Covering Requirements
On Monday, April 20, 2020, the Village of Oak Lawn declared a Local State of Emergency and Disaster. The Order requires all employees and visitors of Essential Businesses to cover their nose and mouth per CDC recommendations. We are taking the Village of Oak Lawn’s declaration seriously, and all of our employees will be wearing protective face masks.
If you would like to read the Village of Oak Lawn’s “Local State of Emergency” document, please click here. Otherwise, we have highlighted the essential section that pertains to Oak Lawn Toyota and our customers:
Essential Businesses must post notice that all employees and visitors have to wear a mask or cloth face covering while on the premises. Please note that if you are not wearing a mask or face covering, you are in violation of the Village of Oak Lawn’s Local State of Emergency. Persons not following this declaration may be issued a warning by the Village of Lawn Police Department. Persons not following this declaration who previously received a warning from the Village of Oak Lawn Police Department may be issued a citation or arrested at the discretion of the Chief of Police or his designee.
If you do not own a mask, no problem! The CDC has an easy guide to making a cloth face covering. You can find that here.
Oak Lawn Toyota is committed to keeping you safe and healthy while providing you essential services during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Please feel to reach out to us with any questions or concerns!