COVID Guidelines and Information

Nothing is more important than your safety and comfort, which is why Hamilton County supports and follows the Hoosier Hospitality Promise in collaboration with the Indiana Tourism Association, Indiana Restaurant and Lodging Association and U.S. Travel.

Our promise to you is to work with our attractions, hotels, venues and restaurants as they adapt new ways to serve you, including limiting guest capacity and ensuring space for social distancing; new ways to clean, including regular and thorough sanitation; and new ways to stay healthy, including employee temperature checks. And while the pledge is a promise, it is not a certification program. It's a handshake agreement by establishments and visitors to do this together.

We ask you to wait until the time is right to visit, stay home if you feel sick, and abide by CDC guidelines, including practicing social distancing and wearing a mask.

So, when you’re ready, we look forward to welcoming you to Hamilton County, Indiana, and our communities of Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville, Westfield and the four Northern Towns of Arcadia, Atlanta, Cicero, and Sheridan.

As always, we welcome all visitors to our destination. Hamilton County strives to be inclusive, inviting, and welcoming place, and that hasn’t changed.

Together, we can safely resume travel and reopen Indiana’s hospitality industry.

 

Local Attractions Guidelines

The Center for the Performing Arts

As of March 15, masks and vaccination/testing are no longer required for anyone who is attending events, visiting or working on the Center's campus.

Conner Prairie

As of Feb. 22, masks are recommended in all buildings regardless of vaccination status.

Grand Park

Follows all Indiana Department of Health guidelines.

Ruoff Music Center

Continues to monitor local COVID-19 trends and meet or exceed protocols mandated by local governments.

 

Indiana Guidelines

Click here for more information on Indiana's COVID-19 response plan.

 

Hamilton County Guidelines

The Indiana Department of Health has established a color-coded county map that measures weekly cases per 100,000 residents and the seven-day positivity rate for all tests completed. Each county is assigned a color based on the average of scores for the two metrics. The map is updated each Wednesday.

Click here to view the COVID-19 Indiana county guidelines by color.

 

Fishers Guidelines

The City of Fishers established the Fishers Health Department in April 2020, which is separate from the Hamilton County Health Department.

Click here for the most up-to-date information on Fishers' mandates.