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COVID-19: For information regarding St. Johns County's response to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) including access to facilities and assistance hotlines, please visit our Corona Virus (COVID-19) Response site.

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CARES Act –  The St. Johns County CARES Individual, Business, and Nonprofit Assistance programs are no longer accepting applications. If you have any questions regarding a submitted application, please call 904.209.6050.

2021 St. Johns County Annual Beach Driving Passes – On-beach driving passes will be available beginning Monday, December 7, and make great stocking stuffers for the holiday season. St. Johns County resident passes cost $50, non-resident passes cost $100, and accessible passes cost $40. In addition, all 2020 annual on-beach driving passes have been extended through the 2021 beach season. If you purchased a 2020 on-beach driving pass, please retain your sticker, as they cannot be replaced and will require a purchase of a new pass. 2021 Beach Driving Passes Details & Purchase Locations

St. Johns County Public Library Extends Hours Beginning January 5 – The Public Library System is extending hours at all facilities to accommodate the needs of working families and students beginning Tuesday, January 5, 2021. The Main Branch, Ponte Vedra Beach Branch, and Southeast Branch libraries will be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays, and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Wednesdays through Fridays. The Anastasia Island Branch, Bartram Trail Branch, and Hastings Branch libraries will be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursdays, and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. All libraries will be open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays, and remain closed on Sundays and Mondays. In addition, the library's online reference service, Ask a Librarian, is also extending service hours to match all branch library hours. For more information, please visit www.sjcpls.org or call your local branch library.

Christmas "Tree-cycling" Program – St. Johns County is hosting its Annual "Tree-cycling" Program from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, December 28, through Monday, January 4, for those who wish to recycle their Christmas trees. Residents are encouraged to bring Christmas trees to be recycled at the attached locations. Artificial trees will not be accepted as only natural trees can be recycled, and trees should be free of decorations and debris. For more information, please call 904.209.0335. Christmas "Tree-cycling" Program Details

St. Johns County Vilano Beach Oceanfront Park Public Survey – St. Johns County Parks and Recreation, in partnership with Flagler College, is encouraging residents and visitors to participate in a survey regarding Vilano Beach Oceanfront Park. Available through December 2, the survey will be used to determine key site improvements for the park by asking how it is currently utilized and what residents and visitors would like to see in the future. For more information, please contact 904.209.0335. Participate in theV ilano Beach Oceanfront Park Public survey.

St. Johns CARES, Inc. Giving Trees – The Public Library is hosting St. Johns CARES, Inc. Giving Trees at four branch library locations through December 9. Each Giving Tree contains wish ornaments submitted by local nonprofits serving veterans, senior citizens, children, the homeless, and animals. Collection boxes and Giving Trees are located at the Anastasia Island, Bartram Trail, Ponte Vedra Beach, and Southeast Branch libraries. Donations will be collected, sorted, and boxed by St. Johns CARES, Inc. Monetary donations are accepted and will be used to purchase unfulfilled wishes and needs. To learn more or to make a monetary donation, please visit www.stjohnscares.org.   St. Johns County Public Library Hosts St. Johns CARES, Inc. Giving Trees Details

"Food for Fines" Program to Benefit Food Pantry – The SJC Public Library System is excited to once again offer patrons a way to lower or eliminate library fines, while providing much needed assistance to the Health and Human Services Food Pantry through the "Food for Fines" program. Through December 21 donate one non-perishable, unexpired food or pet supply item and remove $1 of fines from a patron's library record. Visit the St. Johns County Public Library's site for Food for Fines Program Details

JTA Provides St. Johns Express Select Route from St. Augustine to Jacksonville – For more information, including bus stop addresses and pass fees, please visit St. Johns Express Select Route from St. Augustine to Jacksonville.

Boards and Committees Volunteer Opportunities – Current Board / Committee Vacancies

Alert St. Johns Emergency Notification System – Receive critical information during emergency situations. Residents can sign up at www.sjcemergencymanagement.com.

Current FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Maps & InformationFlood Zone Viewer | NFIP Rating Insurance Discounts for Some SJC Property Owners

County Commissioner Invitations – From time to time, the County Commissioners receive invitations to attend various events. On occasion, more than one County Commissioner may attend and participate at the event.  For notices for the events, visit the Board of County Commissioner’s Invitations webpage


State Executive Order Removes Most COVID-19 Occupancy Restrictions on Businesses and Restaurants Florida Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-244 on Friday, September 25, 2020, and transitioned the State to Phase 3 of the COVID-19 reopening process. Effective upon issuance, the new Executive Order:

  • Removes state-level restrictions on businesses, such as restaurants.
  • Provides that no COVID-19 emergency ordinance may prevent an individual from working or operating a business.
  • Provides that restaurants may not be limited by a COVID-19 emergency order by any local government to less than 50% of their indoor capacity.
  • States that, if a restaurant is limited to less than 100% of its indoor capacity, such COVID-19 emergency order must satisfy the following:
  • Quantify the economic impact of each limitation or requirements on those restaurants

• Explain why each limitation or requirement is necessary for public health.

•  Suspends all outstanding fines and penalties, and the collection of such moving forward, applied against individuals related to COVID-19.  

Executive Order 20-244 supersedes and eliminates all restrictions of Executive Orders 20-112, 20-123 and 20-139, 20-192, 20-214, and 20-223, except as modified per the State. Visit www.flgov.com/2020-executive-orders to review Executive Order 20-244. For additional information, please call the St. Johns County Emergency Operations Center Hotline between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, at 904.824.5550.

Free Drive-thru COVID-19 Testing Site at Flagler Hospital The COVID-19 testing site at Flagler Hospital is located in Parking Lot B at 400 Health Park Blvd., from 7 to 11 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays or until the maximum number of daily tests are collected. Testing is available for all ages, and patients do not need to exhibit symptoms, possess a doctor's note, or make an appointment. A parent or guardian must be present for children under 18 to be tested. While insurance cards are not needed, a photo ID is required. The testing site is being funded through the CARES Act. Patients are encouraged to pre-register on the Flagler Health+ Anywhere app and can then virtually "get in line" for the drive-thru test. For more information, please call 904.824.5550.

Local State of Emergency in St. Johns County – Local State of Emergency in St. Johns County Details

Projects, Advisories, Status Updates

Vilano Beach Driving Access and Surfside Park Parking Lot Closed – Vehicular access will be restricted through early 2021 due to a beach renourishment project. Tthe Surfside Park parking lot and pedestrian beach access point are also closed, and on-beach driving, horseback riding, and commercial fishing are restricted from Vilano Beach to Serenata Ocean Villas. Visitors are encouraged to exercise caution in the area. When crossing the pipe, please use sand ramps to access the ocean and avoid construction equipment and heavy machinery. Signage will be present where the pipe is submerged during high tides. For more information, please call 904.209.0260. Vilano Beach renourishment project.

See more Project, Advisories, and Status Updates

Public Records Requests

Government records may be seen and copied from a records custodian at the County Administration building, via specific County Departments responsible for their own records, from records custodians at Elected Officials Offices and at other levels of government such as state agencies, local, county and state authorities. Public records requests to the County may be made by completing the Public Records Request Form or by contacting the County’s Public Records Custodian at:

Office of the County Attorney, Attn: Public Records Custodian
500 San Sebastian View, St. Augustine, Florida 32084-8686
E: publicrecords@sjcfl.us   |  P: (904) 209-0805  |  F: (904) 209-0806

For more information, please view the Public Records Request Brochure or visit the Public Records / Open Government page.


Special Districts Information can be found at www.sjcfl.us/SpecialDistricts






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  4. Beach Use Permits: For special events, 4x4 driving horseback riding, & commercial fishing.
  5. Hastings Transition: Stay up to date on the Town of Hastings transition.
  1. SJC Beaches: Over 40 miles of beautiful beaches perfect for recreation and relaxation.
  2. Events Calendar: County events from concerts and festivals to art walks, and more!
  3. FloridasHistoricCoast.com: A wealth of information about visiting St. Johns County.
  4. Parks: Play, picnic, and explore...SJC even has parks for dogs and skateboards.
  5. Maps: Free maps help you find everything from the right road to a bald eagle's nest.
  1. Small Business Development Center: Get expert advice for your small business venture.
  2. Local Business Tax: Formerly known as Occupational License.
  3. Doing Business with County: Purchasing's Open Bids are available online.
  4. Contractor Licensing: Requirements and applications for working as a contractor in SJC.
  5. Economic Development: Attracting new and supporting current businesses in SJC.
  1. Tax Collector: Personal, property & business taxes, Department of Motor Vehicles & more.
  2. Sheriff's Office: Info includes prisoner & predator lookup, register alarms, safety & more.
  3. Supervisor of Elections: Voter registration, poling places, elected officials, and candidates.
  4. Property Appraiser: Estimate taxes, property record search, homestead & ag exemptions.
  5. Clerk of Courts: Official records, passports, ordinances & many more services.

Compliance Coordinators

Americans with Disabilities & Civil Rights Acts – St. Johns County does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, religion or family status in any of its programs or services. For questions about Civil Rights or the Americans with Disabilities Act with regards to St. Johns County owned facilities or sponsored programs visit our Compliance Coordination page, or contact Katie Diaz at (904) 209-0650, kdiaz@sjcfl.us.

Fair Housing – For questions about the Fair Housing Act compliance, please contact: Homeownership Programs Administrator, Joseph Cone at (904) 209-6890.

Equal Opportunity Employment – For questions about Equal Opportunity Employment compliance, please contact Director of Personnel, Stacey Stanish at (904) 209-0545.

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