CORONAVIRUS: City Of Delray Beach Closing Most Facilities

DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Source: City of Delray Beach) — The City of Delray Beach took additional measures Tuesday (March 16, 2020) to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Per CDC recommendations, the City is prohibiting gatherings of 10 or more people on any City-owned property. In order to reduce the spread of the virus, the City is reducing bar and restaurant occupancy by 50% during all hours of operation and designating a bar and restaurant closing time of 10 p.m., effective March 17, 2020. Restaurant delivery and take-out service will be exempt from the regulation.

Effective March 17th, the following city properties will be closed, until further notice:

  • Delray Beach Public Library
  • All City of Delray Beach Museums
  • Pompey Park Community Center
  • 505 Teen Center
  • Delray Beach Community Center
  • Veterans Park Community Center and Hobbit Skate Park
  • Catherine Strong Community Center

The following City meetings have been postponed, until further notice:


  • Special Magistrate Hearings
  • Code Enforcement Boards
  • Board of Adjustment Hearings
  • City Advisory Board Meetings
  • City Committee Meetings

Remaining open:



  • City Hall
  • Beach
  • All outdoor playgrounds and parks

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