City of St. Augustine Now Suspending Events (& parking meters) Until May 8th

The City of St. Augustine announced it has executed Administrative Order 2020-06, to extend current restrictions and guidelines through May 8. This is keeping in line with CDC and the Governor's orders.

That means the following will remain canceled through May 8 in St. Johns County:

  • All permitted events, festivals and large gatherings

  • All on-site consumption of food or alcohol by vendors and licensed establishments

  • All public meetings, including City Commission, Code Enforcement Adjustments and Appeals Board, Historic Architectural Review Board, and Planning and Zoning Board. The only exception is for emergency meetings.

  • All non-essential meetings that do not address the immediate operations and function of municipal business

The following areas will also remain closed or suspended through May 8:

  • The Visitor Information Center is closed and all city-managed on-street and off-street parking is suspended

  • All parking meters, payment kiosks, and mobile parking app (ParkStAug) will not accept payments

  • Termination of water service for non-payment will be suspended

  • City Hall offices are closed to the public. (Convenience fees for payment will be waived.)


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