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  • Collier County Emergency Order Face Covering Mandate: Any owner, manager, employee, customer or patron of a business establishment within Unincorporated Collier County must wear a face covering while in that business establishment. There are partial exceptions for restaurants and bars, gyms, barbershops or beauty salons, hotels and other business establishments. The Order also requires that the owner, operator, manager, and employee of a business or lodging establishment shall ensure that every individual in that establishment wears a mask. The Order dues not currently apply to areas within the City of Naples or Marco Island or Everglades City. The Order is effective immediately and expires on September 3, 2020, at midnight, unless extended by the Board. Violation of the Order is punishable by a fine not to exceed $500.00. The entire Order is available here.

  • Establishments that derive more than 50% of their gross revenue from the sales of alcohol beverages must suspend sales of alcohol for consumption on the premises. These establishments can continue to sell beverages in sealed containers for consumption off premises (package sales).

  • Establishments that are also licensed as public food service establishments or restaurants under Chapter 509 can continue to operate for on-premises consumption of food and alcoholic beverages at tables consistent with the requirements of Executive Order 20-139, so long as they derive 50% or less of gross revenue from the sale of alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption.

  • Collier County beaches are open during regular hours of operation with no further restrictions. Find more information here.

  • City of Naples beaches are re-opened to normal operating hours and permitted activities seven days a week. Beach parking continues to be restricted to vehicles with City of Naples and Collier County beach parking stickers.  Increased parking fines ($200) remain in effect for violators, as well as illegally parked vehicles will be towed. The Naples Pier and Lowdermilk Park will re-open for pedestrian traffic, concessions, and volleyball courts on Thursday, June 11, 2020.  Fishing on the pier remains prohibited. The City Dock will also re-open on Thursday for pedestrian traffic only. See more information here.

  • Marco Island: Beaches are open. Find more information here.

  • Collier County Beach Parking Stickers are available at limited locations.

  • The following are OPEN within Rookery Bay Research Reserve: State-owned uplands: Keewaydin Island, Cape Romano and Kice Island. Shell Island Road, the boat ramp and the kayak launch.

  • Florida State Parks are re-opening approximately 80 parks and trails throughout Florida. Portions of these parks and trails have been identified that can be reopened for day-use with limited risk to visitors and staff. View the full list of limited partial park openings here.

  • Restaurants may increase indoor capacity to 50% with proper social distancing. Outdoor seating encouraged. Bar counters remain closed.

  • Retail may open at full capacity.

  • Entertainment businesses like movie theaters, bowling alleys, concert houses and arcades may reopen at 50 percent capacity with appropriate social distancing between groups.

  • Barber shops, hair and nail salons can reopen at full capacity but must follow safety protocols.

  • Gyms and fitness centers may operate at full capacity with self-sanitation of equipment after use.

  • Personal service businesses like tattoo parlors, tanning salons and massage therapists can operate as long as they follow guidelines from the Florida Department of Health.

  • Local restaurants, hotels and other businesses have committed to protecting your health and safety by taking the Paradise Pledge. Learn more about the Paradise Pledge.

  • All persons whose point of departure originates from outside the State of Florida in an area with substantial community spread, to include the New York Tri-State Area (Connecticut, New Jersey and New York), and entering the State of Florida through airports to isolate or quarantine for a period of 14 days.