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COVID-19: Beginning May 18th, 2020, City facilities will be open to the public by appointment only. Coronavirus Information and Resources
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City of Palm Bay Announces Phased Re-Opening Details

The City of Palm Bay will launch a phased re-opening of City facilities. Beginning with a soft re-opening on Monday, May 18th, public access to City facilities will be available by appointment only, where necessary. The City will continue to provide services virtually where possible to limit person-to-person interaction. As outlined in Florida’s re-opening guidelines,

City of Palm Bay facilities will reopen with a slow, steady, and safety-conscious approach to ensure that proper safety and social distancing guidelines are observed. The City of Palm Bay will limit building occupancy to 25% or less. The Phase 1 reopening plan will remain flexible to allow adjustments to be made based on new developments that may impact the health and safety of the community. During the initial re-opening phase, citizens are encouraged to continue utilizing the City’s online service options and contacting staff by telephone or email.

The City’s Facilities Department installed new protective measures such as sneeze guards in areas visited regularly by the public as well as, intercoms at the two main entrances on the north and south side of the City Hall Annex building located at 120 Malabar Road SE. Signage and floor markings have also been fitted throughout City buildings to encourage social distancing. The City will also continue enhanced facility cleaning and sanitization protocols put in place during the initial COVID-19 response to include the sanitization of frequently touched surfaces such as door handles and stair rails.



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Executive Orders Issued to help with Reemployment (Unemployment) Assistance and Mortgage Foreclosure & Eviction Relief

Post Date:04/03/2020 4:51 PM

On April 2nd, 2020, Governor Ron DeSantis issued two Executive Orders.

The first, Executive Order Number 20-93: Reemployment Assistance Program, enables the Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) to respond to the increased demands the spread of COVID-19 has caused. Under the Order, the DEO is directed to immediately procure the additional capacity, software, technology, and other resources necessary to ensure the state’s reemployment assistance, call center, website, and staff can accommodate the increasing volume of applicants and inquiries. The DEO shall pursue new or alternative methods for receiving applications, including making paper applications readily available on the DEO website and at local workforce development boards, including CareerSource Brevard locally. In the Order, the Governor also directed the DEO to establish a system through which applications may be efficiently and securely submitted for organized processing and review. Executive Order 20-93 will be in effect until the expiration of Executive Order 20-52: COVID-19 Public Health Emergency and its extensions.

The second, Executive Order Number 20-94: Mortgage Foreclosure and Eviction Relief, acknowledges the hardship that the COVID-19 pandemic has placed on many Floridians with single-family mortgages to make their mortgage payments and with residential tenancies to make their rent payments. The Order will suspend mortgage foreclosure and eviction cause of action under Florida law to provide targeted, temporary relief to Floridians. Executive Order 20-94 will be effective for 45 days. 
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