Pinellas County - 3.27.2020
The Pinellas County Sheriff's Department ordered all public pools within the county to be closed:
"Places of public and private assembly are required to close, whether indoors or outdoors. This includes locations with amusement rides, water parks, pools (except for those in single-family homes), zoos, museums, movie and other theaters, public playgrounds, bowling alleys, pool halls, concert and music halls, country clubs, social clubs and fraternal organizations."
Hillsborough County 3.27.2020
Yesterday, the Hillsborough County Energy Policy Group voted to enact a Safer at Home directive and order. The Emergency Order allows any business that can operate while following the CDC’s social distancing guidelines. Business that cannot follow these guidelines must close unless they are deemed essential business. The Order also institutes a 10pm to 5am curfew Monday – Friday and a 24 hour curfew Friday – Sunday. 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 social distancing guidelines. The Order is linked below.
Marion County 3.27.2020
Effective March 26, 2020 Marion County issued an Emergency Order the closure business where people tend to congregate, specifically naming certain types of businesses. 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 social distancing guidelines. The Order is linked below.
Lee County 3.27.2020
The Lee County Board of Commissioners is planning meeting on Monday March 30, 2020 to discuss the possibility of issuing an emergency order. The FSPA GR Team is engaged in Lee County and will send out an update based on any action taken at Monday’s meeting.
Collier County 3.27.2020
The Collier County Board of Commissioners meet today March 27, 2020. After discussing the potential Emergency Order. The Board of Commissioners voted to NOT issue an Emergency Shelter in Place Order and to direct Collier County citizens and businesses to follow the guidance of Governor DeSantis and the CDC.