As most are aware, due to the country’s COVID-19 flatting strategy, a "steady as she goes" approach to getting back to normal is underway. Many things have been postponed like Jury Trials and July 4th Celebrations. The City has developed a three-phased plan putting the Tavares City Governmental service levels back to 100% including:
The next City Council meeting on Wednesday, June 3rd at 4:00 p.m. remains virtual on Zoom live-streamed to YouTube consistent with Governors’ orders. The first in-person "City Hall Council Chamber" meeting Wednesday, June 17th at 4:00 p.m. with social distancing measures in place (audience chairs six feet apart).
Both will re-open on Wednesday, June 17th with social distancing measures in place (six feet apart indicators – designated entrance and exit doors, etc.….).
- Memorial Day celebration will link to the City website to live national celebrations. Click Here
- July 4 (weekend) fireworks displays, parade, and entertainment are postponed until Labor Day (weekend) Sat, Sept. 5th
- All private/sponsored “special events” (over 300 persons) requiring a City permit are not authorized until July 25th