Gulfport Maintains Limited Operations in Response to COVID-19 Uptick
City Manager James E. O’Reilly is focused on restoring and reintroducing city services that are most important.
GULFPORT – The city of Gulfport is working diligently to reopen city facilities in a way that is responsible and safe for everyone.
Based upon the reported increase in COVID-19 activity this past Thursday (June 11), with Pinellas County experiencing a very high single-day number of coronavirus cases, the city of Gulfport has determined that it is in the best interests of the residents and staff to continue the limited operational model as they pertain to city hall, city facilities and city departments.
City Manager James E. O’Reilly is focused on restoring and reintroducing city services that are most important to serve our community by following the guidance released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, World Health Organization, the governor’s executive orders, OSHA workplace standards, and Pinellas County government.
Continue to check in with the city’s COVID-19 webpage for updates,mygulfport.us/covid-19, or call (727) 893-1000 with any questions or concerns you may have.
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