Updated as of May 21, 2020 [2 p.m.]
Is there a state of emergency in Duval County?
Yes; the mayor declared a state of emergency effective Friday, March 13, at 5 p.m.
What does it mean to be in a state of emergency?
Declaring a state of emergency allows the City access to funds for emergency planning and management.
What do the Mayor's Executive Orders entail?
- Executive Proclamation 2020-001 declares a State of Emergency for Duval County.
- Executive Order 2020-1 limits the capacity of socially-driven businesses and locations to no more than 50 people, and prohibits alcohol sales between 12 a.m. and 8 a.m.
- Executive Order 2020-2 closed all beach access in Duval County.
- Executive Order 2020-3 requires employers to allow employees work from home IF their job duties can be performed there, took effect at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, March 23. This is exactly what this order does:
- It allows any employees who can perform their job duties from home to be able to do so. Employers must allow this.
- If an employee is unable to work from home, they should be no less than 6 feet away from others.
- This is a social distancing measure that is supported by medical experts as a method to reduce infection rates.
- UPDATE: Effective Monday, May 18, Mayor Lenny Curry suspended the “Work from Home” executive order that requires employees that can work from home, to do so. It is recommended that employers continue to allow remote access for individuals who have children and/or are members of vulnerable populations.
- Executive Order 2020-4 prohibits all hotels, motels, and other commercial lodging establishments from accepting or extending reservations for any person other than essential lodgers.
- Essential lodgers are defined as:
- Healthcare professionals,
- First responders,
- National Guard members,
- Law enforcement,
- State or federal government employees,
- Airline crewmembers,
- Patients’ families,
- Others responding to COVID-19,
- Displaced residents or visitors,
- Persons unable to return to their home due to COVID-19 impacts on travel,
- Persons who must vacate their home due to exigent circumstances, such as fire or flood,
- Persons utilizing hotels as transitional living arrangements,
- Persons sheltering in hotels due to domestic violence,
- Hotel employees, service providers, and contractors, or
- Individuals who, for any reason, are temporarily unable to reside in their home.
- The order is effective at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, March 31. Current guests who are not considered essential lodgers may stay to the end of their reservation. RV parks and private campgrounds are covered in the Mayor’s Executive Order addressing Hotel, Motel and Public Lodging Restrictions. They fall under the same guidelines and restrictions as named in the order.
- Executive Order 2020-5 mandates citizens must remain home unless traveling for a critical or an essential need, as well as closes businesses deemed non-essential. The list of essential businesses is included in the executive order.
- Emergency Executive Proclamation 2020-002 extends the declaration of emergency for thirty days, effective April 12, 2020.
- Emergency Executive Order 2020-6 reopens Duval County beaches, with limitations.
- Emergency Executive Order 2020-7 further lifts time restrictions at the beaches and lifts Emergency Executive Order 2020-4 affecting hotels and lodging.
City-owned-and-managed event spaces
The City of Jacksonville is implementing proactive measures in an effort to slow and eventually eliminate the spread of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus).
- All activity at City-owned-and-managed venues and facilities has been suspended indefinitely; this includes events at TIAA Bank Field, VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena, Times-Union Performing Arts Center, the Ritz Theatre, and Prime Osborne Convention Center.
What happens if I have a permit for an event?
For those interested in hosting events, all permits for activities and gatherings in the City have been pulled through the end of March.
Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens
Is the Zoo open?
On May 5, Mayor Lenny Curry announced that the Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens will re-open to the public. There will be several safety measures and operational changes in place to protect the public, zoo staff and the animals.
To learn more, visit the Zoo’s website at JacksonvilleZoo.org
- Ticket sales will be online only. Guests will not be allowed to enter the parking lot without having their tickets purchased. You will not be able to purchase tickets onsite.
- All Zoo staff will have their temperatures taken upon arrival to work and wear masks in public areas.
- For guests, masks will be made available, there will be a one-way path, and 25 hand-sanitizing stations will be placed strategically throughout the park.
- All enclosed exhibits, theatres and indoor spaces, including restaurants, gift shops, the Splash Zone, and playground will remain closed at this time.
Parks, Community Centers, Senior Centers and Libraries
Effective 5 p.m. on April 17, parks throughout Duval County will reopen with restrictions for essential activites only. As defined in Governor Ron DeSantis’ Executive Order, essential activities include participating in recreational activities consistent with social distancing guidelines, such as walking, biking, hiking, fishing, running, swimming and taking care of pets.
Parks that are owned and operated by the City of Jacksonville will resume normal hours starting at 5 p.m., April 17. In addition:
- City of Jacksonville golf courses will reopen during normal operating hours, but individuals must follow social distancing requirements
- Playground amenity usage must follow social distancing requirements
- No organized group activities are permitted – this includes picnics or gatherings, team sports, or any type of group activity
- All park restroom facilities will remain closed
- Pavilions and picnic areas will remain closed
Camping at Hanna & Huguenot Parks
Parks staff is now accepting reservations for camping at Hanna and Huguenot parks.
While youth sports and activities are not currently allowed under the state's Full Phase One of reopening, the mayor and his team are continuing to work with Governor Ron DeSantis on this and other reopening efforts and hope to be able to get these activities going again soon.
Senior Centers & Community Centers
All senior centers and community centers are closed until further notice.
Jacksonville Public Libraries
All libraries are closed, although staff is developing plans for pickup and dropoff services and looks to reopen some locations by June 1.
Are the tennis facilities closed?
Tennis facilities in all public parks are open..
Is the Equestrian Center closed?
The Equestrian Center is closed.
Is the City refunding money for pavilion rentals?
Due to COVID-19 all park shelters and community centers were closed indefinitely on March 13, 2020. As a result, all special events, community center and pavilion rentals have been cancelled, currently through May 17, 2020. If your community center rental was cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 crisis from March 13 – May 17, a full refund has been initiated and you should be receiving it by mail in the form of a check. Park pavilion rentals and permit cancellation refunds will be refunded back to the credit card used to make the reservation. As determinations are made about further cancellations, all customers will be notified directly via phone.
If you have a rental or shelter reservation for an upcoming date and would like to cancel, please submit your request online with MyJax. Please make sure to include the site name, date of rental, and your current mailing address. All refund requests will take approximately 6 to 8 weeks to process and issue refunds.
Will meals still be made available to senior citizens?
Seniors who participate in the meal program have the option to receive meals at home. If they participate and haven’t received a meal delivery, please call 904-630-2489.
How do I report violations, such as big gatherings?
Please contact JSO's non-emergency line at (904) 630-0500.
Government operations will continue in a limited capacity with essential employees. Starting Wednesday, March 25, all City departments that have lobbies where the public can interact with City employees will be closed. Affected City departments will provide contact information with door signage and on their websites so that essential operations can continue.
Are all City employees working?
Non-essential personnel should not report to work until further notice; employees should contact their supervisor to determine if they are non-essential or essential. Most City government offices are expected to reopen with safety measures in place on June 1.
Is Animal Care and Protective Services open?
Animal Care and Protective Services is closed for adoption and owner surrender services.
Are activities for children available at the Kids Hope Alliance?
Kids Hope Alliance afterschool activities will be suspended as long as school is out.
Are Municipal Code and Compliance Division magistrate hearings canceled?
All magistrate hearings for Municipal Code Enforcement are canceled.
Is the Clerk of Courts Office/Duval County Courthouse open?
The Clerk of Courts Office has set up a status page where all updates to procedures are posted. Visit duvalclerk.com/status.
No jurors who received a summons for any date before May 29, 2020 need to report for jury service. Your service is excused. If you have a jury summons for a date after May 29, please continue to check the juror hotline at (904)255-2212 or visit the Duval Clerk's jury page for future updates.
The Florida Supreme Court has also extended the suspension of all non-essential court proceedings until at least May 29.
Comprehensive Covid-19 Emergency Measures for the Florida State Courts
The Supreme Court’s earlier Administrative Orders on these topics can be viewed here:
Are Tax Collector’s Offices open?
UPDATE: The following branches will be open to serve customers by appointment only on the date listed:
- Gateway, May 28th (click here to make an appointment)
- Roosevelt, May 21st (click here to make an appointment)
- Hogan, May 13th (click here to make an appointment)
All other locations remain closed at this time. Customers must wear a mask and only the customer with the appointment will be allowed to enter. Customers who can complete their transactions online, by mail or by phone should continue to do so and only visit the office in person if their transaction requires it. To make an appointment, click here.
Customers can still complete many transactions using online, phone or mail services. Customers can signup here to receive a callback from a call center representative.
A list of all services that can be completed by online, phone or mail are listed on the Tax Collector’s website (www.DuvalTaxCollect.net). Services include:
- Tag/Decal Renewal www.duvaltaxcollect.net
- Update Commercial Driver License Medical Card www.flhsmv.gov
- Purchase Driving Record www.flhsmv.gov
- RENEW Driver License online if Real ID compliant & 30-day extension with fee waiver www.flhsmv.gov
- Birth Records visit http://www.floridahealth.gov/certificates/index.html.to obtain details/locations
- EA Utility Bills visit www.JEA.com or pay by phone 665-6000
- Property Tax & LBT payments www.duvaltaxcollect.net
- DL Written Tests online for age 17 and under, visit https://www.flhsmv.gov/driver-licenses-id-cards/driver-license-exams/ for a list of approved schools
Dealer work will continue to be processed through the Electronic Filing System (EFS) Non-EFS dealers should call 904-255-5700 for more information.
For more updates or more information please visit www.duvaltaxcollect.net; direct email to: firstname.lastname@example.org; telephone 904-255-5700; Twitter @DuvalTaxCollect; or Facebook at Duval County Tax Collector’s Office.
City Council Meetings
The City Council is hosting virtual meetings on the Zoom platform. For more information please visit the City Council webpage.
Duval County Public Schools
How long are public schools closed?
Per Governor Ron DeSantis Florida public schools will continue distance learning for the reaminder of the school year. Visit dcps.duvalschools.org for details and updates.
Is standardized testing canceled in Duval County?
Governor DeSantis canceled state testing for K-12 schools. Visit flgov.com for details.
How do I take advantage of the free lunches for students?
The school district is providing grab-and-go lunches and snacks to all students between 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. They can be picked up curbside at any district-managed school. Students may receive the meal at their nearest school location. They do not have to go to their attendance school; however, the student must be present to receive the meal. Visit dcps.duvalschools.org/coronavirus for updates from Duval Schools.
Colleges and Universities
FSCJ has moved classes to online instruction through the spring semester. For the latest information and guidance, please visit fscj.edu/covid-19.
Students will be taught remotely (not in person) through the spring semester, and through summer sessions A & C. A decision about session B will be made at a later time. For additional information, please visit unf.edu/coronavirus.
Classes have moved to an exclusively online instructional delivery platform. Visit ewc.edu for details.
Jacksonville University is moving all classroom instruction online for the remainder of the spring semester and continuing through the end of Summer 1 on June 20. Visit ju.edu for more information.
The City of Jacksonville has recieved federal funding to stand up additional testing locations throughout Jacksonville for a six-month period.
For the latest information about testing data and locations in Duval County, visit www.coj.net/COVID19Testing.
The City has created a webpage with information about recovery resources available to individuals and businesses in Duval County impacted by COVID-19. Visit www.coj.net/RecoveryResources for more information.
Foreclosures and Evictions
Per Executive Order 20-94 issued by Governor DeSantis on April 2, no new residential foreclosures or eviction cases for nonpayment may be filed through May 17, 2020. Executive Order 20-94
UPDATE: On May 14, 2020 Governor DeSantis signed an Executive Order that extends mortgage foreclosure and eviction relief until June 2, 2020. Executive Order 20-121
All foreclosure hearings related to previously existing cases scheduled through April 17, 2020 are canceled. The updated dates and times can be found in the order below titled 2nd Administrative Foreclosure Order.
All foreclosure sales scheduled through May 29, 2020 have been canceled. They will be reset upon proper motion and order from the Court.
The enforcement of any writ of possession or writ of eviction that was previously issued in Duval County is stayed for the period between March 19, 2020 and May 29, 2020. No enforcement of issued eviction orders will take place during this period.
Administrative Order 2020-14 Temporary Suspension of Circuit and County Court Foreclosure Sales and Execution of Possessory Writs.
4th Judicial Circuits Foreclosure Administrative Orders
Emergency Assistance Program
The Social Services Division offers emergency financial assistance for rent, mortgage, and utilities.
- Appointments are available Monday – Friday and can be made by calling 630-2469.
- The line will open at 9:30 a.m. and close when all appointments are booked.
- Social Services representatives will call clients the following day for the interview.
- The amount provided will be based on household size.
- The full amount requested may not be covered.
- A recipient must be a Duval County resident and not have a household income more than 150% above the federal poverty level.
- Proof of eligibility is required. Documents may be emailed, faxed, or placed in the drop box at Senior Services Office (1809 Art Museum Drive, Suite 100).
Financial Recovery Resources
You can visit coj.net/RecoveryResources to view a list of assistance programs for businesses and individuals.
Small Business Relief and Employee Retention Grant program
In partnership with VyStar Credit Union, the City of Jacksonville's COVID-19 Small Business Relief and Employee Retention Grant program will provide low-cost loans with less stringent underwriting requirements and flexible repayment terms. Maximum loan amounts are $100,000 with a fixed interest rate of 5.99%. Loan approval and funding should take place in 3-5 days. This program requires interest-only payments for the first year to ensure repayment costs remain low as the small business work through pandemic response and rebuilding periods. Principal and interest (P&I) payments begin in year 2 at an amount sufficient to repay the loan in 60 months. The City will provide grants and reimbursements of interest and/or principal balances to businesses that meet certain criteria, including employee retention and re-hiring of their workforce. The City-provided benefits are eligible for loans made in the first six months of the program, with an optional six-month extension. To qualify, a business must have between 2 and 100 employees in addition to business owners. The business must have at least one (1) year in operations and provide the most recent year’s filed tax returns. To apply, interested businesses and nonprofits should visit VyStarCU.org/CoronaVirus and fill out the application.
To donate to Florida’s First Coast Relief Fund, you can:
- Visit unitedwaynefl.org/COVID19response
- Text COVID19RELIEF to 40403
- Send a check to P.O. Box 41428, Jacksonville, FL 32203-1428; pay to the order of United Way of Northeast Florida and note “Florida’s First Coast Relief Fund” on the check
What is Florida’s First Coast Relief Fund?
Florida’s First Coast Relief Fund was created in 2016 to help nonprofit organizations serve individuals and families in need during a community crisis. The Relief Fund for COVID-19 will provide much-needed resources to struggling families by supporting local organizations that deliver essential human services to residents disproportionately burdened by this public health crisis.
Designed to assist individuals and families struggling to meet monthly obligations for mortgage, rent or utility (water, gas, electric or telecommunications) payments due to wage loss from the COVID-19 crisis the City will make one-time payment of up to $1,000 for mortgage, rent, and utility obligations. As of May 8, 2020 all 40,000 appointments for the mortgage, rent and utility relief program have been claimed. Learn more on the COVID-19 Mortgage, Rent, And Utility Relief Program page.
In addition to the individual assistance, the Jacksonville COVID-19 Relief Program will include:
As the City of Jacksonville takes steps toward re-opening City government offices, the distribution location at the Ed Ball Building will be closing this Sunday, May 24. Those appointments that were scheduled at this location will be moved to the Main Library. If we haven’t already, appointment holders will be notified by our team via text, email or phone call. Both locations will be closed on Monday, May 25, in observance of Memorial Day.
- $35 million will be allocated toward sustained COVID-19 testing, testing sites and other healthcare infrastructure needs. Testing will be offered throughout Jacksonville so that we can serve every neighborhood.
- $12.5 million will go to the City’s COVID-19 emergency account for response expenditures not reimbursed by FEMA.
- $26 million to fully fund the City’s obligations to the COVID-19 Small Business Relief and Employee Retention Grant program that we launched in partnership with VyStar Credit Union.
- $25 million to offset declines in anticipated City revenues due to COVID-19 (ex: taxes and fees). Part of this will include waiving nearly $10 million in building and mobility fees to encourage economic development and keep people working.
- And $20 million in economic relief for entities that are managing or operating City-owned facilities or functions on behalf of the city.
United Way of Northeast Florida - Resources Inventory
- Family Foundations: Counseling for families and individuals and a comprehensive set of mental health services to youth, adults, seniors, individuals, and families in need of affordable mental health and family counseling services. Please call (904) 396-4846.
- Jewish Family & Community Services: Counseling for families, couples, and individuals as well as mental health services to children, adults, seniors and families coping with challenges. Please call (904) 448-1933.
- Mental Health Resource Center: Psychiatric medication management and counseling for adults; short-term psychiatric stabilization services for adults and children who are experiencing a mental health crisis; comprehensive assessments, psychiatric evaluations, physical examinations, medication management and individual and group therapy. Please call (904) 695-9145 or (904) 642-9100.
- Northwest Behavioral Health: Mental health outpatient counseling, day treatment, and case management for children and adults. Please call (904) 781-0600 or (904) 781-7797.
- The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Centerstone in Jacksonville: Mental health services via televideo or telephone to post-9/11 veterans, their families, and active duty families. The clinic telephone number - (904) 431-3500 - will be available during business hours, as before, and veterans, military families and outside organizations can continue to call directly to the clinic for an appointment.
Kids Hope Alliance - Resources for Kids
- Healthy Families: Services beginning prenatally and offered until the child reaches the age of 5 if needed. Services are typically offered through home visits and include parenting support/education and connections with necessary resources. The program has a Behavioral Healthcare Navigator to assist families with being connected to mental health services where needed. These services are being offered virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic. Contact Healthy Families Jacksonville Program Manager, Marsha Davis, at (904) 608-2554.
- Full Services Schools: Services are available to meet the emotional, behavioral and mental health needs of students K-12 in Duval County Public Schools. Services will continue during while maintaining social distancing through virtual and telephonic mental health counseling for students who are already linked with services and those that need emotional support due to COVID-19. To access services either email the school social worker directly or email email@example.com.
Florida Division of Emergency Management
Supportive Resource Links for Helping to Cope with the COVID-19 Outbreak
Will JEA disconnect my service if I can’t pay my bill?
Until further notice, JEA will suspend service disconnections – water and electric – for customers who are unable to pay their bill on time. Residents are still encouraged to pay by the due date if able. However, if you need more time to pay, JEA also offers payment extensions and arrangements.
Are JEA offices open?
As a precautionary measure to protect customers and employees, JEA will close its downtown Customer Business Office (CBO), effective Monday, March 23. The office located at 21 W. Church Street will remain closed until further notice.
Customers will continue to be able to pay their bills at www.jea.com, by phone and at over 200 locations throughout the Jacksonville area, including Publix and Winn Dixie. In addition, JEA call center agents will continue to be available to handle customer inquiries. To reach them, please call 904-665-6000 for residential customers, 904-665-6250 for commercial customers or visit www.jea.com.
Are the beaches open?
Mayor Lenny Curry announced that effective May 6, Duval County beaches will be open with no time limits or activity restrictions.While this is a positive step, citizen are encouraged to be cautious and responsible. Please continue to practice social distancing and keep group sizes small.
What parking is open at the beaches?
Public parking lots, end zones and restroom will be open. Paid parking is in effect in the applicable open lots.
Why did we still have the election?
The directive to postpone the election must come from the State. Please know that the City and Supervisor of Elections ensured that each voting site was thoroughly and continuously sanitized throughout the early voting period and on Election Day.
Nightclubs, Pubs, and Bars
What is the governor’s mandate for nightclubs and bars?
Governor DeSantis mandated all nightclubs and bars close. This is a State order that the City must follow and enforce. You can find more information at flgov.com.
Does my establishment qualify as a bar, nightclub, or pub?
The governor’s executive order defines a bar, pub, and nightclub as any licensee authorized to sell alcoholic beverages for consumption on premises that derive more than 50% of its gross revenue from the sale of alcoholic beverages.
You can find copy of the executive order and more information about the mandate at flgov.com.
What is the governor’s directive to restaurant operators?
On May 14, 2020 Governor Ron DeSantis announced that effective Monday, May 18, 2020 restaurants may operate at 50 percent capacity indoors. This is a part of Phase 1 of reopening Florida. In addition, outdoor seating is permissible with appropriate social distancing. Appropriate social distancing requires maintaining a minimum of 6 feet between parties, only seating parties of 10 or fewer people and keeping bar counters closed to seating. Executive Order 20-123.
How is this being enforced?
The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation shall utilize its authorities under Florida law to implement and enforce the provisions of this order as appropriate.
What are the restrictions for retail stores?
In-store retail sales establishments may open storefronts if they operate at no more than 50 percent of their building occupancy and abide by the safety guidelines issued by the CDC and OSHA.
Recreational Activities, Social Gatherings, and Related Businesses
Mayor Lenny Curry declared that he is limiting crowd capacity of recreational and social gatherings and establishments to 50 people. These new limits are focused specifically on unnecessary social contact — for example, shopping malls, restaurants, bars, churches and movie theaters. Office buildings, manufacturing plants, grocery stores, and many other businesses are exempt from these new limits.
What types of businesses are exempt?
Office buildings, manufacturing plants and grocery stores are exempt.
Is there a rule about alcohol sales?
Mayor Curry has suspended alcohol sales from midnight to 8 a.m. every day until further notice. Those who don’t follow these regulations could be shut down by the City of Jacksonville.
Personal Services (Hair & Nail Salons, Barber Shops, Gyms, etc.)
Are hair salons, barbershops, nail salons or massage parlors allowed to reopen?
Gov. DeSantis announced that barbershops, hair salons and nail salons are allowed to reopen on Monday, May 11.
Are gyms allowed to reopen?
Effective Monday May 18, 2020 gyms may operate at 50 percent capacity. Individuals are required to abide by social distancing recommendations and must sanitize equipment after each use.
Are doctor's and dentist's offices allowed to operate?
Yes. Medical and dental services may resume.
Churches, Religious Facilities
Are churches allowed to operate?
All religious facilites are allowed to operate. Virtual services, where available, are encouraged to continue. For in-person services, social distancing and CDC guidleines shoudl be observed.
The City is working with community partners to coordinate efforts to respond to the unique needs of some of the most vulnerable citizens.
- Our homeless shelters are well-trained to managed infectious disease containment and are working with the Department of Health to guide responses on specific cases.
- All shelters are implementing safety precautions such as social distancing and reverse isolation in a shelter setting.
- The shelters are working collaboratively to align resources and ensure coordinated intake is inclusive of the monitoring of the on-going health of their clients
- The COVID-Shelter Planning team has also secured hotel vouchers and is currently placing the most vulnerable homeless citizens in hotels with access to medical and meal services.
- Outreach teams are directing those experiencing homeless to resources and providing information about physical distancing.
How can I prevent the coronavirus from spreading?
To prevent the spread of respiratory diseases like Coronavirus and the common flu, the Florida Department of Health recommends the following practices:
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick;
- Stay home when you are sick and avoid contact with persons in poor health;
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands;
- Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then dispose of the tissue;
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after using the bathroom, before eating, after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing;
- If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Always wash hands with soap and water if hands are visibly dirty; and
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.
Should I wear a mask in public?
The CDC issued a recommendation for citizens to wear cloth face coverings in public where social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. Cloth face coverings can be made at home from common items around the house. This is an important voluntary public health measure to help slow the spread. Read more information from the CDC on the use of cloth face coverings, including how to make one from supplie syou may already have at home.
What are the guidelines for people who recently traveled out of the country?
A person that experiences a fever and symptoms of respiratory illness, such as fever, cough or shortness of breath, within 14 days after travel from China, Italy, Iran, South Korea, Japan and any other destination under the CDC travel advisory should call ahead to their health care provider and local county health department (CHD) and mention their recent travel or close contact.
If a person has had close contact with someone showing these symptoms who has recently traveled from this area or been in contact with a person with laboratory-confirmed COVID-19, they should call ahead to a health care professional and the county health department. The health care professional will work with the Department to determine if the person should be tested for COVID-19.
How can I reach the health agencies?
The Duval County Department of Health can be reached at (904) 253-1000.
The Florida Department of Health has created a dedicated COVID-19 webpage at www.FloridaHealthCOVID19.gov. This remains the best and most up-to-date resource for information and guidance regarding COVID-19 in Florida.
For any other questions related to COVID-19 in Florida, please contact the Department's dedicated COVID-19 Call Center by calling 1-866-779-6121 or emailing COVIDfirstname.lastname@example.org. The Call Center is available Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm.
The City will continue to share information via local news stations and at JaxReady.com/Virus.