Updated April 6th
 
Please note that all information is fluid and subject to change frequently so check for updates regularly.

Reemployment:  Apply online or download paper copy here.

EXECUTIVE ORDERS/PROCLAMATIONS
Executive Order 20-92 clarifying Safer at Home Order (20-91):  This Order shall supersede any conflicting official action or order issued by local officials in response to COVID-19.
Executive Order 20-91 Statewide Shelter At Home Order
Shelter at Home Proclamation 3 25 2020
Office of the Governor Executive Order Number 20-71
Office fo the Governor Executive Order Number 20-70
Coconut Creek's Executed Proclamation of State of Emergency for Coconut Creek - April 2, 2020

CITY INFO

Hotline:  Coconut Creek family, we are still here to serve you. If you have any questions or concerns, please call 954-973-6770, Monday - Saturday, 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM. We will get through this together.

Water Services: 
Please feel free to contact The City of Coconut Creek’s Utility Billing Department with any concerns or questions in regards to water issues or billing concerns: 954-973-6732. More here: http://CoconutCreek.net/water-services.

Garbage Collection
We understand that there is more trash collection in many households due to the Stay at Home Order. Please be advised that garbage collection rules have not changed and are still in effect. Trash will not be collected if it is not INSIDE of your cart. Garbage collectors can not pick up trash that is on top or adjacent to your carts. Please hold-on to excess waste until your next collection day. Thank you for understanding.

New Community Bus/Butterfly Express Schedules:  
Effective Monday, March 30th.  Read more here.

CreekTalk Kids:
 
Sidewalk Chalk Art  Kids Bubble Challenge  Kids Lightsaber Fun  Kids Bird Watching

Creek Fit Online Training Club:  view series here.

Creek Fit Newsletter:  view Creek Fit Newletter April 2020

Scams/Consumer Warnings and Safety Tips here.

The safety of our residents is of utmost importance, especially during this time. To sustain a healthy community,  the City of Coconut Creek has canceled or postponed all City activities, meetings, and events until further notice.  ALL City facilities and parks are closed until further notice.  All passive areas such as walkways and greenway trails will remain open. More on trails here.  Online Summer Camp registration is postponed until further notice.

We understand this is a trying time and we care about getting you the latest, most accurate information. In order to protect Coconut Creek’s vulnerable and senior populations, the City of Coconut Creek Commission voted unanimously on March 18th to initiate emergency measures to curb the spread of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). The emergency declarations closed businesses such as bars, gyms, fitness centers, movie theaters, and family indoor entertainment venues for a period of 30 days, through April 18th. The emergency declarations also prohibit indoor dining for the next 30 days, however delivery, take-out, and drive thru orders are allowed. For more information on these 30-day restrictions due to the ongoing threat of the coronavirus, please keep posted here and on social media sites. We will all get through this together and our community will be stronger for it. Thank you for your continued patience and cooperation.  Read specifics here:  Commission Resolution Highlights

  • Coconut Creek curfew:  11:00 PM - 5:00 AM until further notice. Read Proclamation of Emergency Curfew..
  • Please DO NOT flush wipes.  They clog City pipes.  Learn more here.
  • Statewide interactive map with current locations of drive-thru testing sites here.

Beware of Scams
Since more and more of us are staying home due to the coronavirus, the scammers may try to take advantage by cooking up more door-to-door scams. Other communities have been reporting con artists going door-to-door posing as Census workers. One distracts the homeowner, while another sneaks in and steals a bunch of stuff. They could also pose as health care workers, or any other thing related to coronavirus concerns. The fraudsters could also knock on your door and pretend they want to seal your driveway or trim your trees. If you never asked for the help, you certainly don’t need it from a con artist. If you see any activity like this taking place, please call 911 so an officer can check it out.

Letter/Video Messages from Mayor Lou Sarbone:

Let's Keep Our Creek Family Safe and Healthy

In Broward County, if residents think they have been exposed to COVID-19 through travel or close contact with someone who has, please call 954-412-7300 BEFORE going to healthcare provider for treatment.

People may be able to share the virus before showing symptoms. As a community, let's protect our senior and vulnerable populations. Consider self-isolation. Isolation and quarantine help protect the public by preventing exposure to people who have or may have a contagious disease.

Everyone should be following standard recommendations to prevent infection spread including:

  • Wash your hands regularly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds; use hand sanitizers at home and in the workplace
  • If you are sick, stay home, and follow the advice of your health care provider
  • Cough and sneeze into your elbow, not your hands or into a tissue which should immediately be discarded; avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
  • Avoid close contact with anyone showing respiratory symptoms (breathing difficulties, cough, runny nose)
  • Over-the-counter masks are generally not an effective deterrent and are not recommended for the public at this time
  • Evaluate your travel plans as conditions warrant; you should rethink traveling to areas that are already under a travel advisory or areas that are experiencing an outbreak of Coronavirus

Just like the flu, certain groups may be at higher risk, including the elderly.   Individuals who believe they are experiencing any of the symptoms should contact their health care professional and follow their advice.

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