COVID-19 Updates (As of 04/01/20 at 2:45pm)

LATEST UPDATES FROM THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

INFORMATION AVAILABLE HERE


CITY SERVICES

CITY HALL
PHONE - 727-391-9951
NORMAL OPERATIONS
CLOSED TO PUBLIC ACCESS

FIRE DEPARTMENT
IF IT IS AN EMERGENCY, DIAL 911
PHONE - 727-391-3400
NORMAL OPERATIONS
CLOSED TO PUBLIC ACCESS

RECREATION
PHONE - 727-392-0665
LIMITED OPERATIONS
CLOSED TO PUBLIC ACCESS

MUNICIPAL MARINA
PHONE - 727-399-2631
LIMITED OPERATIONS, FUEL ONLY
SHIP STORE CLOSED TO PUBLIC ACCESS


PARKS & BEACHES

PUBLIC BEACHES AND CITY PARKING LOTS
CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Includes: Archibald Memorial Beach Park, John's Pass Park, Kitty Stuart Park, and all Madeira Beach Access Locations. In addition to the beaches and their access points, city parking lots located on the west side of Gulf Blvd are CLOSED as well. 

MUNICIPAL DOG PARK
(Located at Madeira Beach City Hall)
CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

MUNICIPAL PLAYGROUND
(Located at Madeira Beach City Centre Complex)
CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

MUNICIPAL BALLFIELDS, TENNIS COURTS, AND BASKETBALL COURT
(Located at Madeira Beach City Centre Complex)
CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE


LOCAL RESTAURANT INFORMATION

Please find listed within the link below, local restuarants and businesses currently open and offering curbside pick up and/or delivery in the Madeira Beach Area.  CLICK HERE


CITY & COUNTY INFORMATION

Please find listed below, public information and resources released from the City of Madeira Beach and Pinellas County. 


FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY (DEO)

Resources for Businesses and Employers

Business Damage Assessment Survey

The Business Damage Assessment Survey is a critical piece of DEO’s efforts to help gather the information needed to evaluate and access tools to help businesses potentially lessen the impacts of COVID-19 and help the economy recover. To submit a survey response, please visit FloridaDisaster.biz

Florida Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan Program

DEO works with the Florida Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network and Florida First Capital Finance Corporation to provide cash flow to businesses economically impacted by COVID-19. The short-term, interest-free loans of up to $50,000 to help bridge the gap between the time the economic impact occurred and when a business secures other financial resources. Currently, $50 million has been allocated for the program. The application period opened March 17, 2020 and runs through May 8, 2020. Visit FloridaDisaster.biz to learn more. 

Small Business Administration (SBA) Economic Injury Disaster Loan

The SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan program provides small businesses with working capital loans up to $2 million that can provide vital economic support to small businesses to help overcome the temporary loss of revenue businesses may be experiencing. For more information, visit FloridaDisaster.biz.

Short-Time Compensation Program

The Short-Time Compensation Program is designed to provide prorated Reemployment Assistance benefits to employees that have had work hours and earnings reduced as part of a Short-Time Compensation plan to avoid a total layoff of some employees. This program allows Employers to avoid the expense of recruiting, hiring, and training new workers when business conditions improve. While employees are spared the hardships of full unemployment, employers are able to retain employees who can resume high production levels when business conditions improve. More about the Short-time Compensation Program can be found on FloridaJobs.org.

Resources For Employees

Reemployment Assistance (RA) Benefits

Reemployment Assistance provides temporary wage replacement benefits to eligible individuals who are out of work through no fault of their own. If your employment has been negatively impacted as a result of the mitigation efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19, you may be eligible to receive RA benefits. RA claims are handled by the CONNECT system. You can file your claim by accessing CONNECT through www.FloridaJobs.org in the Reemployment Assistance Service Center in the right-hand corner of the page.

People who need assistance filing a claim online because of legal reasons, computer illiteracy, language barriers, or disabilities may call 1-800-204-2418 or visit FloridaJobs.org.

Temporary Layoff Program

Temporary Layoff occurs when the employee is separated from their job due to lack of work, and the employee has a return-to-work date within eight weeks of the separation. An employee that is temporarily laid off from work may be eligible for RA benefits. You can file your claim by accessing CONNECT through www.floridajobs.org in the Reemployment Assistance Service Center in the right-hand corner of the page. 

People who need assistance filing a claim may call 1-800-204-2418 or visit FloridaJobs.org.

Contact Information: 

Emergency Support Function 18 - Business, Industry and Economic Stabilization - ESF18@em.myflorida.com