Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

COVID-19 Updates

Updated April 1, 2021

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to impact the community, the Town of Davie will continue to prioritize the health and safety of our residents, businesses, and visitors. Our goal is to do all we can to reduce the chances of COVID-19 from spreading and ensure we provide a safe environment for the entire community.

  1. What is COVID-19 (Coronavirus)?
  2. Symptoms of COVID-19 Include:
  3. What Do I Do if I Have These Symptoms?
  4. What To Do if You Get Sick?

Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses common throughout the world, some causing illness in people and others among animals. COVID-19 is a new coronavirus that can cause mild to severe illness.

COVID-19 is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person. The virus was first identified during an outbreak in China and has since spread to many other countries, including the United States. Multiple variants of the virus that causes COVID-19 have been documented in the United States and globally during this pandemic.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) are actively responding to both national and global outbreaks. The Florida Department of Health is carefully monitoring the outbreak of COVID-19 in Florida and the United States.


To get answers to your questions about COVID-19, call the Broward County COVID-19 Hotline at 954-357-9500, or email If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19, call the Hotline BEFORE visiting a doctor or any health care facility.

Hours of operation for the COVID-19 Hotline are as follows: 

  • Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.

  • Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Residents are reminded that the COVID-19 Hotline cannot provide test results. Please call the Florida Department of Health at 954-412-7300, select option 1, or refer to the packet given to you at your collection site for results. 

The Homeless Helpline (954-563-4357) will continue to operate Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.


Governor Ron DeSantis has issued Executive Order 20-244, placing all of Florida into Phase 3 of the State's COVID-19 recovery plan. In response to the Governor’s order, Broward County has issued Emergency Order 20-26

The Governor's order affects Broward County in the following manner:

  • All state restrictions are lifted, but counties in South Florida, the former epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic, have been advised they may enforce certain local rules with respect to Phase 3 reopening.
  • No businesses are closed as a result of COVID-19; all businesses may open but County Emergency Orders that are not preempted by the Governor’s Executive Order still apply. 
  • Suspends Broward County’s ability to fine individuals for not wearing a facial covering. 
  • Under the Governor’s Order all businesses, including bars, nightclubs, and other establishments previously closed by local emergency orders, have been reopened. Local jurisdictions retain some rights to impose guidelines and restrictions. 

All amended requirements can be viewed in Emergency Order 20-26.

Broward County has issued Emergency Order 20-27, which clarifies requirements for establishments that serve food and/or alcohol:

  • On-premise consumption of food and alcohol must end at 11 p.m.
  • Establishments licensed to serve food may operate at up to 100% of indoor capacity if a distance of six feet is maintained between tables, and no more than six people sit at a table. Should an establishment not be able to meet the minimum 50% capacity requirement (as set forth by the Governor's Executive Order), an establishment may, to reach the 50% capacity level, allow patrons to stand at an assigned table or in an assigned area, and must comply with social distancing requirements to the maximum extent possible.
  • Establishments that only serve alcohol (that are not licensed to serve food) must operate at no more than 50% of the establishment’s indoor capacity.
  • Total combined occupancy of indoor and outdoor areas shall not exceed the existing total maximum occupancy.
  • Allows individuals at fitness centers and gyms to remove facial coverings while working out, but requires they be worn by individuals at all times when not engaged in physical activity, such as while moving between machines and around the establishment.
  • Permits hot tubs to open in homeowner association (HOA) communities, but operations are subject to more stringent rules that may be imposed by the HOA.

View Emergency Orders Here

Please note: 

Housing developments may impose more stringent requirements beyond those required by a Broward County Emergency Order. Pool decks or pools in multifamily housing developments, condominium developments, condominium hotels, or single-family homeowner associations (collectively, "housing developments") may operate, subject to the following requirements: 1. Such pools and pool decks are used only by current residents of the housing development, their families, and their guests. 2. Six feet (6’) foot social distancing CDC guidelines are adhered to; 3. Pool deck and pool occupancy are limited to no greater than fifty percent (50%) capacity; and 4. The housing development ensures that pool chairs, railings, gates, tables, showers, and other equipment at the pool and pool deck are sanitized on a regular basis. Except as otherwise expressly allowed by any applicable Broward County Emergency Order, any use of these pool decks or pool areas that deviates from the CDC Guidelines or these requirements remains prohibited.

  1. Business Requirements
  2. Recreation Updates
  3. Residential Information

Business Signage

Broward County Administrator Bertha Henry has issued Emergency Order 20-17, which requires ALL establishments serving food or alcohol to post signage containing information regarding social distancing and facial covering requirements, to further mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

Signs must be placed conspicuously for easy visibility throughout the establishment, 8.5" x 11” in size, printed in color whenever possible, and posted in English, Creole, and Spanish languages at all main entry points. The English and Spanish versions of the sign can be downloaded now

COVID business signage required

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Public Meetings

Public Meetings are taking place at the Pine Island Multipurpose Center to optimize social distancing protocols. For more information regarding public meetings, visit

Davie Utilities

Residents who receive their utility bill from the Town of Davie are encouraged to pay online at If you need to drop off payments in-person, please utilize the drop box located on the west side of Davie Town Hall, 6591 Orange Drive.

Maintaining or Restoring Water Quality in Buildings with Low or No Use

EPA recommends that building owners and managers take proactive steps to protect public health by minimizing water stagnation during closures and taking action to address building water quality prior to reopening.

Learn how you can maintain water quality while buildings/businesses are closed here. You can also find the EPA checklist here.

Solid Waste Services

There are no changes to the Town of Davie’s trash, recycling, and bulk trash pickup dates. For more information, please contact us at 954-797-1045 or

Town Operations and Facility Updates

  1. Town Facilities
  2. Parks & Recreation
  3. Public Safety
  4. Community Shuttle

While all Town of Davie governmental offices are closed for face-to-face business with the public, our employees are available to assist you via email or telephone. Please contact the Town of Davie via the phone directory at

The schedule for all Town departments/divisions are as follows:

Regular Hours of Operation:

Monday – Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

  • Administration, Budget and Finance, Community Redevelopment Agency, Engineering Services, Information Technology, Planning and Zoning, Town Attorney’s Office, Utilities Operations, Community Services Division, Fire Administration, Human Resources, Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts, Police Administration, Public Works, and Town Clerk

Monday – Friday, from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

  • Building Division