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City Manager Update 05/01/20 - 9AM

The health and safety of our citizens and Staff is the City’s top priority. All City facilities remain closed to the general public. City employees are working to serve our community like always. Staff continues to provide essential services to citizens through the preferred use of technology and telephones.  Public Safety, Public Works, and Water Resources departments continue essential services with minimum disruptions. 
The pandemic currently affects over 187 countries, with more than 3,260,964 cases worldwide, including 1,056,466 cases in the United States. There are 285 confirmed COVID-19 cases, and 8 deaths in Brevard County
The City will begin reopening our facilities by using a phased in approach by dates. These dates are subject to change as conditions warrant. The health and safety of our citizens and Staff remains the City’s top priority. The City will take extra precautions during our reopening including issuing antibacterial/antimicrobial washable masks to all of our employees. There will be physical distancing measures in place along with extra disinfecting cleaning for touch points.   
On May 6th  - City Hall will reopen to the public by appointment only. Masks will be issued for public entry. All other facilities will remain closed to the public.
On May 11th – Our employees that have been working remote will return to working live. Vulnerable employees will remain on administrative leave until the State goes to reopening phase 2.
On May 18th – City Hall and all City facilities will reopen to the public.
On May 26 – Community Redevelopment Agency and Regular City Council meetings.
Governor DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-112 which outlines Phase 1 of the safe, smart, step-by-step plan to reopen our State. Here is the link to view EO 20-112:
Phase 1 will begin on Monday, May 4 and includes:
Executive Orders 20-87 and 20-91 are extended until May 4.
Indian River County will begin allowing curbside pickup of library books on Friday, May 1. Beach access points have reopened, and beaches are open to the public from sunrise to sunset, for limited recreational activities.
Orange County curfew remains in effect until further notice.
Osceola County curfew will end on Monday, May 4.
Seminole County issued a social distancing order for reopening.
Volusia County announced it is opening a limited amount of additional off-beach parking and providing public access to library computers by appointment.
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