Lauderhill, FL – The City of Lauderhill, in conjunction with surrounding cities and Broward County, is working toward a safe and systematic re-open plan for Lauderhill residents and businesses. Last week, Lauderhill’s passive parks re-opened.
At this time, restaurants and food establishments are permitted to open with six-foot distance requirements and at 50% of the maximum indoor seating capacity. Retail establishments can operate with a 50% maximum capacity.
Professional services and other businesses in multi-office business buildings can return to business, while encouraged to have staff telework when possible. There is to be no public access except for essential business. Personal Services to include salons and barbershops can operate following the CDC Guidelines as outlined in Attachment 4 of EO 20-10.
The Drive-In Movie Theater can operate within the guidelines as stated in Attachment 5 of EO 20-10 with 50% maximum capacity.
Community rooms, fitness centers, and gyms in multi-family housing developments or associations can operate according to the guidelines outlined in Attachment 6 at a 50% maximum capacity. All pools, except commercial fitness pools, may open at 50% maximum occupancy. See attachment 7. Museums may also reopen at a 25% maximum capacity. See Attachment 8.
All Lauderhill parks will re-open Tuesday, May 26, 2020. However, recreation buildings shall remain closed. Park hours will remain sunrise to sunset at all passive parks listed in SOE 20-12 and all other City parks shall open from sunrise to sunset as well, with the exception of recreation buildings which shall remain closed.
All services and goods providers, as well as customers and those utilizing allowable amenities, must still comply with all CDC guidelines and state and local ordinances for social distancing and facial coverings.
Lauderhill CARES Program
The City of Lauderhill is still accepting applications for the Lauderhill CARES Program. The City of Lauderhill’s COVID-19 Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Program is provided from State and Federal funds to assist residents and businesses suffering as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic. For more information, please log on to lauderhill-fl.gov/LauderhillCARESprogram, e-mail [email protected], or call 954-777-2045.