Monday, September 11, 2023
Eclipse Education & Safety
When it comes to the Solar Eclipse, safety is a top priority. The links below contain information regarding viewing the Eclipse safely and overall eye safety. Also, there is a list of suppliers that are selling safe solar filters and viewers as well as information on temporary food vendor permits.
This page lists suppliers of safe solar filters and viewers. To get listed on this page, the glasses had to fulfill the requirements created by the AAS Solar Eclipse Task Force that guarantees that the product is safe, if used correctly. They also list common sites that sell glasses that may be unsafe.
This page contains tips to help businesses maximize their potential during the 2024 Solar Eclipse event.
This flyer contains important eclipse safety information and recommendations in Spanish/Espanol.
This page contains information on viewing and eye safety, including methods that cannot be used to view the eclipse.
This page contains a Q&A done with Indiana University's clinical assistant professor at the School of Optometry, Dr. Hin Cheung, about preparing to view the eclipse safely.
This page contains information about the 2024 Solar Eclipse, including questions and answers as well as emergency management information.
Follow the Monroe County Health Department on Facebook for their weekly solar eclipse posts.
This page gives details on how to obtain a permit for temporary food vending. Keep in mind that these permits must be obtained 10 days in advance of the event. Call the Monroe County Health Department at 812-349-2837 for more information on food vending.