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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

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March 14, 2020 3:55 PM

Coronavirus Updates

The City of Fort Pierce is committed to protecting the health and well-being of our citizens and visitors. This feed will be updated when new information becomes available.

Latest Update:

May 21, 2020 5:43 PM

COVID-19 Update #18
City of Fort Pierce
May 21, 2020, 5:30 PM

In an effort to promote proper social distancing and reduce mass gathering, Jaycee Park and South Causeway Park will be closed to the public beginning Friday, May 22 at 7am until Tuesday, May 26 at 12pm. The decision was made at the May 18th Fort Pierce City Commission meeting to best comply with the Governor’s orders and CDC guidelines. With the holiday weekend ahead, the City of Fort Pierce anticipates large crowds on the waterfront and is taking precautions to protect our community. The boat ramp at Jaycee Park will remain open during the park closure. All other City of Fort Pierce parks remain open.

The City of Fort Pierce and the Treasure Coast Food Bank will be hosting a drive-thru Pop-Up Mobile Pantry Friday, 5/22 at 10AM in Fort Pierce at the Percy Peek Gym (2902 Avenue D). If you need a little extra help with groceries, stop by the drive-thru pantry.

The City is launching a pilot street closure this weekend. Second Street between Marina Way and Orange Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic on Friday, May 22 until Monday, May 25. The intent of this closure is to create additional pedestrian space and to help businesses expand capacity, not to create a gathering or social space. Future zones will be considered based on this pilot.

The City’s parklet program begins next week where businesses will be allowed to utilize the on-street parking spaces in front of their establishment for additional seating or shopping space. There is no fee for this program. Businesses in participating should email for more information.

City of Fort Pierce Board and Committee meetings shall resume as necessary. All meetings will take place in the Commission Chambers for proper social distancing and teleconferencing capabilities. For a list of Board and Committee meetings, visit:

COVID-19 Household and Business grant applications are currently being reviewed. Representatives from the Grants Administration Division are following up with applicants to ensure all required documentation is provided and applications are complete. Applicants will be contacted via email with their next steps.

• City Hall – Closed to the public with appointment only access for Building Department.
• Sunrise Theatre – Closed to the public.
• Police Department Main Station and Substation – Closed to the public.
• City Marina – Open to the public and practicing social distancing.
• Indian Hills Golf Course – Open to the public and practicing social distancing.
• Beaches – Open.
• Parks - Open, except for South Causeway and Jaycee Park (5/22-5/26).
• Boat Ramps – Open.

St. Lucie County Public Information:
772-460-HELP (4357)
Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Florida Department of Health COVID-19 Call Center:

St. Lucie Public Schools

211 Community Helpline
211 is a community helpline and crisis hotline that provides suicide prevention, crisis intervention, information, assessment, and referral to community services for people of all ages.

State of Florida Emergency Coordinating Officers

Florida Community Health Centers / Fort Pierce
Drive-Thru Testing

Cleveland Clinic Martin Health
Tent Testing

Citizens may subscribe to receive email and text messaged updates through the “COVID-19 Information” alert center on the city’s website. Visit for updated information and community resources regarding COVID-19.

Water Quality

1 Alert
May 29, 2020

Jetty Park Swimming Advisory

Florida Department of Health in St. Lucie County is issuing a swimming advisory for Jetty Park on South Hutchinson Island. The sample results found higher than normal levels of enteric bacteria. Potential health risks for those who ingest or come in...

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