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Congressman Charlie Crist (D-FL) will host a telephone town hall Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. to hear concerns from Pinellas seniors and share information related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Panelists will include Congressman Crist and other community leaders. Updates and discussion will focus on the coronavirus pandemic’s disproportionate impact on Seniors, the crisis in Florida nursing homes, and how government and community leade...
Residents and visitors with questions about Pinellas County’s emergency face covering ordinance can call the County Information Center (CIC) at (727) 464-4333, Monday through Saturday, from 9 a.m. until noon. The operation began on Friday, June 26.
Staff are available to answer questions about the new ordinance and other COVID-19-related issues. Those with a hearing impairment can chat online at?www.bit.ly/PinellasChat. Residents and visitors can also find information about the COVID-19 eme...
Effective immediately the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation (DBPR) is suspending on premise consumption of alcohol in bars and nightclubs statewide.
Those businesses that serve over 50% in food can continue to provide service at tables following CDC guidelines.
This is due to a one-day record spike in COVID-19 cases in Florida.
Pursuant to Chapter 26-72 of the Town's Code of Ordinances, Town of Indian Shores Resolution 04-2020, and Chapter 252, Florida Statutes, a "State of Emergency" continues to exist in the Town of Indian Shores.
The Local State of Emergency Proclamation has been updated to include provisions for entry into the Indian Shores Town Hall. Click here to view the Proclamation.
Beginning at 5:00 p.m. today, June 24, 2020, people will be required to wear face coverings while in any indoor establishment in Pinellas County.
Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners passed an emergency ordinance requiring that citizens wear face coverings in most indoor public places, and restaurants and bars to implement new safety and anti-crowding measures.The countywide ordinance take...
Sea turtle nesting season is underway, and Pinellas County is reminding beach residents and visitors to keep conditions safe for sea turtles to thrive.
Loggerheads are the most common sea turtle to nest in Pinellas County, and females generally nest from early May through August. The eggs in each nest will typically incubate for 50 to 60 days before hatching.The Clearwater Marine Aquarium monitors the be...