• All town of Belleair government buildings, including Town Hall, the public works building, and the Dimmitt Community Center are closed to public access. Business transactions and payments will be conducted via dropboxes, mail, telephone, and/or online.
• The town of Belleair has postponed or canceled all town-sponsored special events and recreational programs until further notice. Canceled or postponed events include:
- Free Shredding event - April 25
- Belleair Rec Family Golf Tournament - April 24-25
• The Belleair Community Foundation has also canceled all events until further notice.
• Belleair Bluffs City Hall is closed to public access. City staff will remain available by phone or email.
• The 20th annual Monopoly Night fundraiser scheduled for Saturday, May 9, at the Belleair Country Club has been postponed.
• The LPGA's Pelican Women's Championship at Pelican Golf Club in Belleair has been rescheduled for November.
• The Belleair Women's Republican Political Committee Fashion Show, which was originally planned for April and then rescheduled for May, has once again been postponed. Officers have not yet decided on whether to cancel the fundraiser or set a new date for the fall.
• The 2020 Pier 60 Sugar Sand Festival scheduled for April has been canceled.
• The Clearwater Marine Aquarium is closed until further notice.
• The Municipal Services Building at 100 S. Myrtle Ave. is closed to the public, but the front lobby is open. Those who are dropping off plans for permits can do so in the front lobby. Those who are stopping by to pay utility bills can do so at the front-glass windows, or they may use the drive-through or payment dropbox.
• All recreation centers, pools, the Aging Well Center, and all programs targeted toward the senior population (Silver Sneakers and Enhance Fitness) are closed until further notice.
• The following city events have been canceled:
- Operation Shred and Drug Take-Back program - April 25
- Clearwater's Arbor Day & Tree Giveaway event - April 25
- The Children's Day/Dia del Nino festival previously planned for April 25. It will take place as part of the Holiday Extravaganza festival in downtown in December.
• All Clearwater library branches are closed to the public.
• The Pier 60 Bait House and the fishing pier are closed until further notice. The portion of the pier from Pier 60 concessions to the Bait House will remain open until further notice.
• Sunsets at Pier 60 is cancelled until further notice.
• Clearwater tennis courts remain open.
Many of the parks and dog parks remain open. Crest Lake Park and Moccasin Lake Nature Park, however, are closed. The city has closed all playgrounds, recreation center buildings, picnic shelters and McMullen Tennis Complex. To help discourage social gatherings at parks, the city has also shut down lights at outdoor basketball courts. Pickleball courts and other type of courts have remained open.
• The city has canceled all events through at least April. The city of Dunedin's library and recreation facilities have been closed until further notice. They include: Achieva Paw Park, The Dunedin Community Center & Fitness Center, Dunedin Marina Pier and Harbormaster's Office, Hale Senior Activity Center, Highlander Pool, Kiwanis Sprayground, Kiwanis Outdoor Fit Zone at Weaver Park, MLK Jr. Recreation Center & Stirling Skate Park, Weaver Park pier, waterside of park, and all parking lots, and all public playgrounds.
• Also closed are public parking access and access to water along the Dunedin Causeway. The sidewalks along Dunedin Causeway remain open.
• Honeymoon Island and Caladesi Island state parks are closed.
The Building and Community Development department has closed access to the office and permitting counter. Permitting will be conducted via email at email@example.com. The Gulfport Police services building remains closed to the public. The Utility Department has suspended all customer walk-in service activities until further notice. The Gulfport Public Library remains closed
The Municipal Marina’s ship store and boat ramp is open. City parks, including dog parks and the tennis courts, are open. All fitness areas, playgrounds, beach pavilions, Casino boat dock, volleyball courts, and the municipal beach, including public beach parking, are closed. The Gulfport Recreation Center’s programs and classes are closed. The Multipurpose Senior Center remains closed and all activities, classes, and groups are canceled until further notice. The Gulfport Casino Cultural and Community Special Events remain suspended until further notice.
Indian Rocks Beach
City Hall is closed to the public. The Indian Rocks Beach Library is also closed and related programs canceled.
• IRB Action 2000 has canceled its Service Saturday on April 25. The May Mixer/Historical Tour launch scheduled for May 16 is also being postponed.
• Through the end of April, the city of Largo will be canceling all programs, classes, and public meetings in addition to postponing city events. All performances at the Central Park Performing Arts Center have been canceled. Hold on to registrations and tickets and the city will try to reschedule events in the near future.
• City facilities, including City Hall, playgrounds, recreation centers, the Golf Course and the Largo Public Library, are closed to the public. City parks remain open.
• Largo Central Railroad Club has canceled all public train runs at Largo Central Park until further notice.
• The Brides for the Arts Wedding Expo has been rescheduled for Sunday, Oct. 11, noon to 3 p.m., at Central Park Performing Arts Center.
• Heritage Village is closed and has canceled all public meetings.
• The city of Madeira Beach has canceled all events until further notice. City facilities, including the Recreation Center, are also closed to the public.
• On April 2, the Old Salt Fishing Foundation announced that the 27th annual Spring King of the Beach - Kingfish Tournament was rescheduled for May 28-30.
The city of Oldsmar is postponing all city and library programs and events until further notice. Additionally, the Oldsmar Public Library, Cypress Forest Recreation Center, and State Street Center are closed until further notice.
• All senior-related and other large gathering events and activities of the Community Services Agency have been suspended until further notice. This includes tax preparation services offered by AARP. For information, call 727-771-6000.
• Pinellas Park City Hall, the Barbara S. Ponce Library and Recreation Centers are closed. The city has canceled all events through at least April 30, including:
- Pipe Organ Concert at the City Auditorium - April 25
- Rod Stewart / Tina Turner Tribute Concert at the Performing Arts Center - April 25
- Fourth Saturday Art Walk at Studios at 5663 - April 25
- Make & Take Art Event at Park Station - April 25
- Movies in the Park at McDevitt Park
- The Every Kids a Swimmer four-week free course scheduled for the Month of May.
• The Florida Suncoast Tiny Home Festival has been rescheduled for Dec. 19-20. Tickets already purchased will be honored in December; anyone who purchased a ticket but cannot attend the festival’s new dates can contact Eventbrite for a refund.
Santa's Angels Havana Nights Charity event has been rescheduled for Oct. 10. at Friendship Park.
• The city of Seminole and chamber have canceled events until further notice. Event sponsors and participants will be notified regarding refunds or other promotional possibilities, according to the Greater Seminole Area Chamber of Commerce.
• The April program of the Seminole Historical Society has been canceled.
St. Pete Beach
City Hall is closed to the public. All programs, fitness classes, childcare activities and events at the St. Pete Beach Community Center, Aquatic Center and Public Library have been suspended until further notice. The city has also canceled the following community events:
- Rock the Block (Pass-A-Grille Park) - April 25
- Sportsfest - April 25
• The Dalí Museum has closed to the public. All programs and events will be postponed or canceled. Check TheDali.org for updates.
• All programs of The Florida Holocaust Museum have been postponed.
• The Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American History Museum has postponed the following events:
– Saturday, April 25 — Curious Collector: Conversation Cafe
– Saturday, April 26 — First Ladies in African American History
The museum is closed until further notice.
• The Tampa Bay Women’s Expo has been rescheduled for Saturday, June 13, at the Coliseum, 535 Fourth Ave. N.
• City Hall is closed to the public.
• The city of Tarpon Springs has canceled all special events and performances through the end of April. All organized activities at the Tarpon Springs Community Center, Craig Park Recreation Center, Rotary Field and Dorsett Park will be canceled. The Splash Park will be closed until further notice. All library programming has also been postponed.
• City Hall is closed to the public. Staff can take phone calls until 4:30 p.m. The Community Improvement Department can accept applications and plans via electronic submittal or at the drop-off box at City Hall. Public parks, the Rosselli Park dog park, boat ramps and the city marina will remain open. The Community Center, Gulf Beaches Public Library, Sunset Beach Pavilion, Gulf Front Park and Rosselli Park restrooms are closed. Beach Pavilion shaded picnic area is closed to gatherings. Public beach access is closed but the Central Beach Trail is open.
• Treasure Bay Golf and Tennis and all city playgrounds are closed until further notice.