Zoo Knoxville Included in Mayor Kincannon’s Face Mask Requirement

In line with Knoxville Mayor Indya Kincannon’s Executive Order, Zoo Knoxville is requiring face masks inside their buildings. Mayor Kincannon’s order goes into affect today (7/1) and applies to all city-owned buildings.

Mayor Kincannon mandates masks be worn inside city-owned buildings, which includes the  zoo’s public indoor areas such as restrooms, indoor viewing areas, restaurants and the Zoo Shop. Masks are not required for outdoor areas.

Visitors 12 and up are required to have a mask to visit the zoo and you will be asked to show your mask before allowed to enter. The zoo will have disposable masks available for purchase for $1.

For More Information on Zoo Knoxville’s COVID-19 Guidelines CLICK HERE.

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