Did Port Orange pass an emergency declaration?

City of Port Orange City Council passed an emergency declaration in the City of Port Orange on March 16, on March 23, March 30 and April 6, in response to COVID-19 (coronavirus). This gives the ability to act as needed to preserve the health and welfare of our citizens.

City Hall Closed - All City buildings accessed by the public are temporarily closed for regular business until further notice beginning at 5:00 pm on Friday, March 20. City staff is available by appointment to conduct City business that cannot otherwise be accomplished via remote electronic means or telephonic platforms.

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1. What is the "Safer at Home" Order?
2. What's the best way to receive Port Orange information?
3. How can I get information on business recovery and reemployment assistance programs?
4. How can I get a temporary outdoor dining permit for my restaurant?
5. Are parks closed?
6. Are there still City Meetings scheduled?
7. How can I pay my water bill?
8. Did Port Orange pass an emergency declaration?
9. Is garbage service changing or cancelling?
10. Can I still get a recycling bin?
11. Is the sharps container program still active?
12. Can I still get help installing a smoke alarm?
13. What are other reliable sources for information?