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Phase 4 Guidelines

The City of Highland Park is committed to providing consistent communication to our local business community and all residents as the Northeast Region of the state moves into Phase 4 of Restore Illinois. Phase 4 further relaxes restrictions while retaining strict social distancing strategies to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Those social distancing strategies include wearing face coverings in public and maintaining a distance of six feet from others. 

The City will continue to update this page with essential information as it becomes available. 

March 18, 2021 — Governor Pritzker announced a new update to the Restore Illinois Reopening Plan, introducing a Bridge Phase designed to ease the transition from Phase 4 to Phase 5.

February 3, 2021 -- The Illinois Department of Public Health announced that Region 9 (Lake and McHenry Counties) advanced to Phase 4 effective immediately on February 3, 2021. In Region 9, the seven-day rolling average remained below 6.5% for three consecutive days, and metrics regarding hospitalizations and ICU capacity were met.
 
The Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity issued Phase 4 guidelines. DCEO also provides information for each sector.

Last updated February 3, 2021. 

City of Highland Park Presentations, Q&A, Video/Audio Recordings

Phase 4: What's New?

FAQ: Block Parties & Garage Sales

Applications for Temporary Expansion of Outdoor Settings

Resources for Businesses

Phase 4 Industry-specific Guidelines

Phase 4 Capacity Limits by Sector

Facility & Supply Resources

Archived News Updates: