Alachua County amended their Emergency Shelter in Place Order yesterday on March 25th to clarify several provisions. The County also published a list of appeals by businesses and organizations to be designated as essential for the duration of the emergency order. In granting FSPA’s request on behalf of the industry, swimming pool and spa service and supply distributors/retailers can continue to operate under subsections i and j of the order respectively (Emergency Order and appeals decisions linked below). Additionally, all currently in progress construction projects can continue to completion but the county will not be issuing new permits until the Emergency Order is lifted.
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Osceola County announced yesterday March 25th at a press a shelter in place emergency shelter at home order to take effect tomorrow on March 26th at 11pm and conclude on April 9th at 11pm. Under the Emergency Order issues by Osceola County, swimming pool and spa service, maintenance, construction, supply, and distribution are essential services and will continue to operate during the Emergency Order.
Yesterday, Pinellas County issued a county-wide safe at home order that will take effect tomorrow. Under Safe at home order business that can follow the CDCs social distancing guidelines can continue to operate. Under this order, swimming pool and spa service, maintenance, construction, and supply business will be able to operate and continue to serve their customers. The Order and Press Release are linked below.
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The Emergency Order issued this week by the City of Jacksonville is a work at home order for all businesses where work can be done remotely. Under this order, swimming pool and spa service, maintenance, construction, and supply business will be able to operate and continue to serve their customers while following CDC Social Distancing Guidelines. The Order is linked below.
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Leon County issued a stay at home order this week. The order enacts an 11:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. curfew, limits gatherings to 10 people or less, and encourages residents to stay at home when not trading to get vital supplies or to and from work. The Order will not affect any swimming pool and spa professionals or business in Leon County. The order is linked below.
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Palm Beach County
Palm Beach County has issued a Shelter in Place Emergency Order that will go into effect at 5:00pm today, March 26, 2020. The Palm Beach Order is that same as the Broward and Miami-Dade Emergency Orders. Swimming pool and spa service, maintenance, construction, and supply business will be able to operate and continue to serve their customers while following CDC Social Distancing Guidelines. The Order is linked below.
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