CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION AND RESOURCES
As Florida continues to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) within our state, it is important to remain calm, vigilant and informed about the virus.
On Friday, May 1, 2020 Mayor Dowless signed an executive order that effective as of 12:01 a.m. May 3. 2020. notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained within Chapter 134, Article IV and Article V. restaurants may utilize up to twenty-five percent of their required parking spaces to set up additional seating areas with conditons. Please read the entire executive order for all conditions and details at http://www.edgewood-fl.gov/document_center/Executive%2020-1.pdf. Practice social distancing when outdoors.
On June 18, 2020 Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings issued Emergency Executive Order 2020-23
Every person working, living, visiting, or doing business in Orange County is required to wear a Face Covering consistent with the current CDC guideline while in any public place. The entire executive order can be found at https://www.orangecountyfl.net/Portals/0/Library/Emergency-Safety/docs/coronavirus/2020-23%20EEO.pdf
PPE FOR SMALL BIZ IN ORANGE COUNTY INITIATIVE - Orange County Government's Economic Recovery Task Force
5/11/2020 - Small Business Owners do you need PPE equipment to help reopen your business? Orange County Government is providing free PPE for small businesses in Orange County. Criteria for a small business in Orange County to apply is 3 to 40 employees only – can be for-profit or non-profit business. Six pick-up sites are conveniently located in the County and businesses MUST bring a confirmation appointment ticket to pick-up supplies.Please note, there are only 20,000 kits available for Phase I. Please visit the link below for additional FAQ's and to apply today!
Waste Management Garbage Pickup is considered an essential service and will continue normal operations. However, WM has been experiencing heavy volumes in residential collection services and there may be some short delays in yard waste and bulk collection in the coming weeks. We ask for your continuing patience as we navigate through this challenge.
Florida League of Cities has provided links for resources to assist in controlling the spread of the coronavirus and educating the public on prevention tips. We will continue to update this page as new information develops.
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