March 25, 2020
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Florida County Emergency Order Updates
Pinellas County
Today, 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 CDC's 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.

Hillsborough County / City of Tampa
It is expected that Hillsborough County and the City of Tampa will issue a joint emergency safe at home order tomorrow afternoon that will take effect Friday. There are few details about the order right now and FSPA expects it to be similar to the Pinellas County order. FSPA is engaged with policy makers and will be publishing information as soon as it is available.

Osceola County
Osceola County announced today at a press event, that a shelter-in-place emergency order will take effect tomorrow on March 26th at 11pm and conclude on April 9th at 11pm. FSPA is waiting for the official order to be released and will publish the details as soon as they are available. It is expected that the order will be similar to the Orange County Order issued yesterday.

Building Office Operational Changes due to COVID-19
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