DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — The City of Dayton is distributing free face masks to residents in an effort to help the community slow the spread of COVID-19.
The city is making packs of 10 masks available to households which can be picked up at any Dayton fire station from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. These will be available seven days a week until supplies are gone.
The people distributing the masks will need to see proof of residency before handing the masks out.
The masks are not washable but the city said that they can be used several times if stored in a cool, dry place when not in use.
Federal CARES Act funds are supporting the mask distribution by the city.
Dayton fire station locations:
- Station 2, 1009 E. Third St.
- Station 4, 300 N. Main St.
- Station 8, 2636 Stanley Ave.
- Station 10, 1234 S. Broadway St.
- Station 11, 145 Warren St.
- Station 12, 4236 Brandt Pk.
- Station 13, 1723 W. Third St.
- Station 14, 2213 N. Main St.
- Station 15, 2801 Wayne Ave.
- Station 16, 4111 Kings Hwy.
- Station 17, 4118 W. Third St.
- Station 18, 207 S. Smithville Rd.
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