|Government Services Building and Courthouse:|
|Open to the public beginning June 8th. Visitors will be screened for temperatures at the entrance and use of face coverings is strongly recommended.|
|Parks and park facilities:|
Parks and park amenities with the exception of pavilions will be open to the public as of June 6. Residents are reminded to observe social distancing. Beginning June 15, rentals of pavilions and community centers will resume – gatherings at rented community centers and pavilions may not exceed 50% of standing room capacity.
City of Flagler Beach will now have its six-mile segment of the beach open 24/7. Access to the Beach can be accomplished by utilizing only Dune Walkovers throughout the City, to include those on the Boardwalk. Fishing on the Beach and the walking of pets will continue to be permitted only north of 10th Street North and south of 10th Street South. Handicapped Parking: Handicapped parking and Beach access will remain available just north of the Pier, at South 2nd Street and SRA1A. The Pier is now open seven days a week from 9am to 6pm with social distancing remaining highly recommended. The Bait Shop will open for take-out only – no guests are permitted inside the shop at this time.
The unincorporated areas of the beach – inclusive of Beverly Beach and Marineland – will be open 24/7.
|Public transportation is operational.|
Entering the Library:
Adult Daycare and the Wickline Center are closed until further notice. All other services are operational, though social distancing measures have been implemented to protect residents and Social Services employees. For more information, call Flagler County Social Services at (386)-586-2324.
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