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Emergency411

 

 

Welcome to the Downtown Delray Beach Emergency 411 page!

We have created this page for both Downtown Business and Property owenrs as it relates to both COVID-19 issues or other Emergency related issues.  The Downtown Development Authority works in partnership with the local city government and othe important agencies to ensure important information is communicated timely and assist in preparing all for issues which impact the Downtown. The health and safety of our visitors and locals are of the utmost importance to our Downtown. 

HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS:

June 1st marked the beginning of the 2021 Hurricane Season. It is critical for all to be prepared for when the storm turns toward Florida.  Have a plan, create the hurricane kit and have the shutters or plywood ready.  The DDA has provided several links to help you as a business owner, property owner and resident be better prepared as the storm approaches, hits and for the recovery efforts.  

IMPORTANT: Sign up for Code Red - this alert notification service is powered by the City of Delray Beach Emergency Management Team who will notify all of very important information impacting the community. Items such as weather emergencies, flood advisory, and recovery efforts.  

Downtown Business and Property Owners:

As a business or property owner in Downtown, it is important to ensure your property is prepared for the storm. Take time to locate all hurricane shutters, secure papers, and checkin with your neighbors. The DDA urges all to provide an emergency contact to the DDA by adding it within the website listing on on this website or emailing the Downtown Development Autority Directly at dda@downtowndelraybeach.com and include in the Subject line: Emergency Contact information.  As a liason with the city, we will be able to notify you of issues that may specifically impact your property.  

The goal is to keep all safe and weather the storm well and most of all, be able to open up as the storm passes, safely and we prepared to recover as best as possible.  This can only happen by all working together and taking care of each other.  

City of Delray Beach Emergancy Management Page

NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER

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PALM BEACH COUNTY & CITY OF DELRAY BEACH NOTIFICATIONS

PALM BEACH COUNTY COVID-19 UPDATE - Mask Mandate. Executive Order 2021-001 -- April 19, 2021 - RESCINDED

Executive Order 2021-003 is hereby REPEALED on 12:01 a.m. on May 1, 2021
The City of Delray Beach along with Palm Beach County has lifted the mask mandate after Governor Ron DeSantis issued an executive order suspending all local coronavirus mandates.
 
The mask mandate is no longer in effect, however, citizens must continue to wear face masks in government and county buildings and the face mask policy remains in effect for Palm Beach County schools. Furthermore, individual businesses can still require customers to wear masks if they choose.
For more information, click here.
 

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