Evanston Mayor Steve Hagerty, the City Manager, and the Council—along with the recommendation of Health and Human Services Director Ike Ogbo—issued an order requiring all persons working in or patronizing “essential businesses and operations” to wear cloth face masks. This COVID-19 face covering* order went into effect on April 23, 2020.

*A face covering can be of any type of cloth that covers your nose and mouth. You can make your own or use a non-medical grade mask, scarf, bandanna, or handkerchief.

Got Mask?

Check out these local businesses that are making or selling masks.

Assembly Creators is open with online selling and also making masks. A variety of mask styles starts at $14.

Best Care Dry Cleaners is open Mon. to Sat. 9:00 am–5:00 pm. Call 847-866-6270. Masks are $15.

Stitchworks is open with online selling and also making masks. Call 773-320-5802. Masks are $10-$15. Amalia also has DIY Mask Kits available.

Geiger is selling and branding masks. Call Laura at 847-309-4654. Orders start with quantities of 250. Perfect for your business or add a special message like “you got this”!

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Consolidated Concepts is selling bulk masks and PPE. Call Scott at 312-217-2181.

Kenny the Kleaner is selling masks. 847-324-5110,  3330 Central Street, Evanston.

Soapies Dry Cleaning & Tailoring is selling masks. Two Evanston locations: 1231 Chicago Ave. (847-475-8133) or 2504 Gross Point Rd. (847-859-6808).

Is you business making or selling masks? Send your business and details to info@evchamber.com.

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