According to the City of Venice on 8/25/2020:
“Venice City Council passed an ordinance on second reading today (Tuesday 8/25) requiring face coverings in the City. The ordinance passed 4-3, with Mayor Feinsod and Council Members Cautero, Moore and Fiedler in agreement.
The full ordinance can be read here. A note that there are 14 exceptions to the ordinance, including those observing social distancing, children under 6, those exercising, and persons whose compliance would be detrimental to their health, safety or welfare are not required to wear a face covering.
It is the intent of the ordinance to seek voluntary compliance and to educate and warn of the dangers of non-compliance. However, in the event voluntary compliance is not achieved, then as a last resort, a violation of the ordinance shall be a noncriminal civil infraction, which carries a penalty of up to $500.
The ordinance will sunset or expire 30 days after adoption, unless otherwise extended or repealed prior to the expiration date.”