Broward County officials have issued Emergency Order 20-13 on Friday, May 22, which extends Phase 1 reopening guidelines to beaches, commercial gyms and fitness centers, hotels and other commercial lodging, effective Tuesday, May 26, with restrictions. Additional business openings were also outlined in Emergency Order 20-12, which was issued on Thursday, May 21. The highlights of both orders (and City specific adjustments) are as follows:
Beaches, Gyms, Hotels
All nonprofit, retail, and commercial establishments, and any other facility doing business within the City, except for those expressly identified [ACS1] in the Orders to remain closed, may resume operations subject to applicable restrictions.
In addition to the County orders, effective Tuesday, May 26, the City International Fishing Pier and Pioneer Park Boat Ramp will operate as follows:
International Fishing Pier
The International Fishing Pier will open to the general public from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily for fishing only. Social distancing of a minimum of 10 feet between anglers must be maintained. Visitors are encouraged to pre-register to fish at the pier using the City’s daily online/call-in registration system. Fishing sessions shall be limited to four hours, with each session subject to a maximum of 25 patrons on the Pier at a time. Patrons fishing at the International Fishing Pier shall fully comply with the CDC’s social distancing guidelines and face coverings shall be worn on the Pier at all times.
Pioneer Park Boat Ramp
The Pioneer Park Boat Ramp will open to the general public, 24 hours a day, under the circumstances and subject to the conditions and guidelines in Attachment 9 of County Emergency Order 20-12, which include the following:
Please remember we are all navigating the Coronavirus (COVID-19) together, as one community. Our economy will remain open as long as there is no spike in new cases of COVID-19. We can control the spread by following the guidelines. We are all responsible for making the effort to protect our community from this highly contagious virus. Law enforcement and code enforcement agencies are authorized to enforce the requirements of the County Emergency Order. Failure to comply can result in civil or criminal penalties, including fines, imprisonment or both. Residents can also report violations anonymously online at MyBroward.Broward.org, or by calling the Broward County Call Center at 311 or 954-831-4000.
Please enjoy a safe and joyous Memorial Day weekend.
For additional information, visit www.dfb.city/covid19. If you have questions about COVID-19, you are encouraged to call the Broward County COVID-19 hotline at 954-357-9500. For social services, call 954-597-3620 or dial 211 for Broward County’s 24/7 helpline.
[ACS1]You could add a hyperlink here to the list of closed businesses (or use response in FAQs)