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Face Coverings

You can help: Get Crafty for our Community!

Wearing cloth face coverings in public is recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Salt Lake County Health Department where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. 


Here’s how you can help:

What? Make and donate fabric face coverings for our Salt Lake County community. Please refer to CDC guidelines for DIY designs and acceptable material. Only clean, washed fabric should be used.  

When? Immediately! The sooner we can get the coverings, the better. Official face masks (surgical and N95) must be reserved for front-line health care workers.

Where? This is an easy activity to do from the convenience of your home while following the County’s Stay Safe, Stay Home directive. Convenient drop-off locations are set up around the county (see below). Please try to combine drop-offs with other essential trips, such as grocery or medication runs, in order to minimize leaving your house. While drop-offs are strongly preferred, if you are unable to leave your home, you can send an email to to arrange for pickup.

Why? Creating our own face coverings will help decrease demand on supply chain and meet our large community need. You might just discover unknown craft skills in the process! 

Drop-off Locations


Please look for large, grey recycling receptacles with the dropoff flyer as shown set up to collect the face coverings.

Copperview Recreation
8446 South Harrison Street (300 W)
Midvale, UT 84047

Dimple Dell Recreation Center
10670 South 1000
East Sandy, UT 84094

Government Center
2001 S. State St.
Salt Lake City, UT 84190  

Herriman Library
5380 West Main Street
Herriman, UT 84096

Magna Library
2675 South 8950 West
Magna, UT 84044

Millcreek Library
2266 East Evergreen Ave
East Millcreek, UT 84109

West Jordan Library
8030 South 1825 West
West Jordan City, UT 84088

For questions or comments contact us via email