COVID-19

Phase 5 Reopening Guidelines 

On June 11, 2021, the State of Illinois moves to Phase 5 of the Restore Illinois framework, marking the full reopening of all industries and activities. This milestone in the State’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic was reached following continued progress in vaccine administration in communities statewide.

Under the Restore Illinois framework for Phase 5, all business types, large-scale events, conventions, amusement parks, seated spectator events, among others, are allowed to operate at full capacity since the COVID-19 pandemic. The State’s progress in reaching the Phase 5 stage of reopening also allows the outdoor mask requirement to be lifted in accordance with Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidance. In Phase 5, industry and activity-specific guidelines for operation provided by DCEO are discontinued. All businesses and activities previously subject to DCEO guidelines are allowed to resume normal operations.

DCEO and IDPH are recommending key steps business owners and venues should follow to promote COVID-19 safety going forward. Read the recommended Phase 5 guidance. For more information on guidelines published in previous phases in the State’s reopening framework and track numerous public health metrics, visit the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH).


The Village of Frankfort continues to monitor the development of the COVID-19 pandemic and follows guidance received from the county, state, and federal officials. On May 14, Illinois entered the Bridge Phase, the last step before full reopening. If statewide COVID-19 metric remains steady, Illinois will move into Phase 5—where all capacity limits are lifted—on June 11.

Know that the men and women of the Frankfort Police Department are here 24-hours per day to protect and serve our community. When responding to calls, the Police will utilize social distancing when possible and in some instances, officers may be wearing gloves and/or other personal protective gear.


We ask for your understanding and cooperation to adhere to the Center for Disease Control's guidelines on social distancing by interacting with us by phone or email when possible.

If you have a concern that a business, service, facility or organization is failing to comply with the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity guidelines pertaining to COVID-19 mitigation restrictions, please click on Business Complaints to submit your concern.