Modified Stage 3 for Marion County (6/1/20)

We have now entered what county officials are calling a “modified Stage 3” starting June 1st.

Countywide Restrictions

Some highlights of this order include:
  • Places of worship can resume indoor service at 50% capacity with social distancing and mandatory face coverings
  • Limit on public gatherings will increase to 50 people
  • Non-essential retail can operate at 75% capacity
  • Indoor dining can resume at 50% capacity with social distancing
  • Personal services such as salons and tanning can be open by appointment only, with the requirement that all staff and patrons wear personal protective equipment
  • Gyms and fitness centers can open at 50% capacity with special sanitation measures in place
  • Bars, nightclubs, movie theaters, tourism venues, bowling alleys, and arcades will remain closed during Stage 3, as they are statewide.
More information from the Marion County Public Health Department can be found HERE.

Speedway Town Hall

The Speedway Town Hall has also reopened to the public by appointment only. Per state guidelines, the office at 1450 N. Lynhurst Drive will be open on a limited basis and require masks be worn while in the building.
  • Call 317-246-4111 to make an appointment
  • All patrons and staff will be required to wear a mask or face covering at all times during the appointment
  • Bring a form of identification to indicate you are the person with the appointment
  • A brief check-in process will take place where your temperature will be taken with a non-contact thermometer. You will also be asked a few questions related to symptoms of COVID-19
  • If you are experiencing any symptoms of illness, of any kind, please do not come in.

Speedway Parks & Recreation

Speedway Parks & Recreation remains closed for many services and encourages all patrons to follow both Marion County and CDC guidelines when enjoying the trails, walking paths, and green space.
We are pleased and excited to announce that Speedway Parks will be reopening some amenities in Meadowood and Leonard Parks beginning June 14, 2020. Playgrounds will remain closed. Presently the most recent Back On Track schedule indicates playgrounds to be determined in both Stages 4 & 5. We will open them once the Marion County Health Department allows us to do so. Please keep in mind, when openings are announced during press conferences, those openings are contingent upon us being able to accommodate specified requirements addressed in current Executive Orders.


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