Coral Springs Hospital Emergency Room Expanded

The City of Coral Springs continues its commitment to protect the health and well-being of our residents as we navigate through this extraordinary situation with COVID-19. Things have moved quickly, and the pandemic is affecting our community in unprecedented ways.

Coral Springs City Manager, Frank Babinec, has issued two Emergency Orders, 2020-11 and 2020-12.

Effective March 27, 2020 at 12 a.m. – Emergency Order 2020-12 – “Safer at Home” requires residents to shelter in place and restricts the use of public rights-of-way effective immediately. This order is in effort to limit the potential community spread of COVID-19 by implementing restrictions for the general safety of our residents.

Residents are ordered to shelter in place at their home and visitors shall not enter the City of Coral Springs. No person shall travel or be on any public right of way, including but not limited to, streets, canals, or sidewalks, within the boundaries of the City of Coral Springs. 

The city is enacting additional Emergency Orders to protect the health and well-being of the community. The city’s Emergency Orders, once enacted, will be updated under the Emergency Tab below.

As with any emergency that may affect the public’s health and safety, the City of Coral Springs is taking precautions. Our emergency personnel, who are often in contact with the public – especially the sick and most vulnerable, will be equipped with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), this is to protect them, their colleagues and the residents they are committed to serving. Please do not be alarmed if you spot emergency personnel responding to a medical or police call with PPE, it is not an indication a resident has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.

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Author: HelpMeHoward