March 16, 2020 – City Administration is cancelling or postponing the following meetings and events due to recent public health concerns considering Clay County’s Local State of Emergency for COVID-19:
In addition to meeting and event cancellations, Thomas Hogans Memorial Gym will also be closed for the next two weeks. City will reassess the gym’s future schedule at the end of the two-week closure.
Following preventative actions recommended by the Centers for Disease Control, the Finance Department’s customer service desk will be closed starting Tuesday, March 17, 2020, and all bill and permit payments will be taken through the drive through or online at greencovesprings.com/payment-options.
Finance Department will only be accepting new service applications via the following e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or by fax at 904-284-8118. Customers may call the department at 904-297-3304 or 904-297-3300 to get information on what is required to establish new residential service. Customers can also call the Finance Department through the number above to request disconnection of service.
Development Services Department (Building, Code Enforcement, and Planning & Zoning) requests that inquiries and applications are made via e-mail or phone. See contact information for members of the department below.
As of March 17, 2020, the payment processing department will be closed to customer contact. Payments must be made by credit card through our automated phone system (dial 1-855-474-4075, press option 2, know your application number and payment amount) or through the Drive-Thru on the northern side of City Hall.
If payment is made through the Drive-Thru, the cashier can notify our department during processing so your permit can be provided in the drive-thru.
City also encourages residents to follow Centers for Disease Control’s recommended preventative actions. These preventative actions would apply when interacting with City emergency personnel in person, including staying six feet away from others when outside your home, avoiding touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands, and staying home when you are sick.
City of Green Cove Springs is closely monitoring COVID-19 with Clay County and State of Florida. We will continue to provide updates as the situation changes.More: Home Page News