Support Our Local Eateries, Order Takeout or Delivery!
Many local restaurants in Dunedin are still open for curbside pickup, takeout and delivery, and need our community's support now more than ever.
Please be aware that hours and availability are subject to change, so we strongly encourage you to call and confirm.
Visit St. Pete/Clearwater has put together a list of local businesses that offer take-out and delivery, and a list of businesses that offer digital gift cards for purchase to help with current revenue while people practice social distancing.
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
- Due dates on library materials have been extended.You can keep your library items until we reopen.
- Late fees are waived for all library materials during this time.
- Holds will be suspended while the library is closed. All current holds will remain in the system and will be activated when we reopen.
- Curbside book drops will be available Monday – Friday and locked on the weekend.You can utilize the building book drops in the reading garden and at the Dunedin Community Center – Friends Branch Library anytime.Remember, no items are due so you may keep your library items until we reopen.
- No donations will be accepted.
- Check our website and Facebook page for FREE digital e-resources.www.dunedingov.com/libraryresearch
- We are also increasing our Hoopla downloads from FOUR to EIGHT per patron for the next three months to give you greater access to e-resources. Kanopy is giving unlimited access – you must have a Dunedin library card to access Kanopy.
- Library staff will be available to answer phone calls 9:30 AM – 5PM, Monday – Friday; however, we cannot place holds on materials.
- Expired cards will be renewed by phone for THREE months.
Please focus on your health and well-being during these difficult times while we work together to protect everyone. Continue to look to the City of Dunedin website (www.dunedingov.com) and social media outlets for the most up to date information. Stay well!
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- Please mail slip rental payments to:
City of Dunedin
PO Box 1348
Dunedin, FL 34697
Please make checks payable to the City of Dunedin and be sure to include your customer number on your check.
- Payments may also be placed in the drop box at:
MLK, Jr. Recreation Center
550 Laura Lane
Dunedin, FL 34698
PHONE: (727) 298-3030
- Dunedin Causeway (for kayak launch, please visit Weaver Park)
- Dunedin Community Center & Fitness Center
- Dunedin Marina Office
- Hale Senior Activity Center
- Highlander Pool
- Kiwanis Sprayground
- Kiwanis Outdoor Fit Zone at Weaver Park
- MLK, Jr. Recreation Center & Stirling Skate Park
- All public playgrounds
Our City employees are still hard at work ensuring our community is safe and that the City continues standard operations to the maximum extent possible.
All public playgrounds in Pinellas County, including all city playgrounds and the Outdoor Fit Zone at Weaver Park, are closed. All other outdoor activities must comply with CDC guidelines.
Programs, Classes, Rentals & Events
The following are cancelled until further notice:
- All programs, classes and lessons including outdoor athletics (tennis, etc.)
- All rentals including facility, athletic fields and picnic shelters
- All special events through April, as well as Float in Movie (May 1) and Hog Hustle 5K (May 2)
Achieva Paw Park
For the safety of the Paw Park visitors and their pets, Achieva Credit Union has closed Achieva Paw Park until further notice. This decision was made in response to COVID-19 as an effort to mitigate further spread in public gathering spaces.
All Pinellas County public beaches and public beach parking areas are currently closed. This includes public parking access and access to water along the Dunedin Causeway. Parking areas are closed off by gate or temporary barricades. The sidewalks along Dunedin Causeway remain open. For kayak launching, Weaver Park is open with limited parking and access to the water. Visit www.pinellascounty.org for more information.
Honeymoon Island and Caladesi Island State Parks
At the direction of Governor DeSantis and to successfully uphold CDC guidance to maximize social distancing and avoid gatherings larger than 10 people, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has closed all Florida State Parks to the public effective Monday, March 23. This includes Honeymoon Island State Park and Caladesi Island State Park. For more information, please visit Florida State Parks website.
City of Dunedin COVID-19 Update
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Beginning on Monday, March 30th, PSTA will temporarily suspend the downtown St. Petersburg Looper as well as the South Clearwater Beach Jolley Trolley route due to a lack of ridership brought on by business and hotel closures.
The Jolley Trolley North Clearwater Beach Route and North Coastal Route to Tarpon Springs will continue operating on a Saturday schedule that ends 10 p.m.
All PSTA weekday services will begin to run on a Saturday schedule and all PSTA weekend service will be a Sunday schedule beginning on March 29th, 2020. All services will end by 10 p.m. including paratransit. This equates to a 30% reduction in service and allows more than 100 transit employees to stay home, while PSTA continues to provide a vital transportation service to the community. Additional buses will be available for higher ridership routes to limit passenger loads. Get updates on the PSTA here.
Informative Video on Pinellas County's Safer at Home Order:
Florida Emergency Bridge Loans to assist Dunedin businesses impacted by Coronavirus
These short-term, interest-free working capital loans are intended to "bridge the gap" between the time a major catastrophe hits and when a business has secured longer-term recovery resources, such as sufficient profits from a revived business, receipt of payments on insurance claims or federal disaster assistance.
Qualified Applicant: Applications will be accepted by qualified for-profit, privately held small businesses that maintain a place of business in the state of Florida. All qualified applicants must have been established prior to March 9, 2020, and suffered economic injury as a result of the designated disaster. Qualified small business applicants must be an employer business with 2 to 100 employees.
Amount: Up to $50,000 per eligible small business. Loans of up to $100,000 may be made in special cases as warranted by the need of the eligible small business.
Term: 1 year.
Limitation: Only one loan may be made per eligible business. All previous bridge loans received MUST be paid in full.
Interest Rate: Loans will be interest-free for the loan term (1 year). The Interest rate will be 12% per annum on the unpaid balance thereafter, until the loan balance is repaid in full. Loan default is subject to a normal commercial collection process.
Application Period: Applications will be accepted through May 8, 2020, contingent on the availability of funds.
Businesses located in Pinellas County can visit here and complete the appointment form. Our staff at the Florida SBDC at Pinellas County Economic Development will email or call to help you with your application(s) for assistance. Please do not visit the FSBDC at Pinellas County Economic Development. In accordance with the Center for Disease Control's best practices for containing COVID-19, we will assist our small business clients by phone or email only.
Pinellas County Government's Citizen Information Center is Open
Call: (727) 464-4333
Hours: Weekdays 8 a.m.-8 p.m. and Weekends 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Pinellas County COVID-19 website
* Pinellas County Commission has extended the local state of emergency and issued "Safer at Home" order.
* Residents are ordered to follow CDC guidelines, stay home as much as possible except for essential needs.
* Non-essential businesses are ordered to close storefront operations and customer foot traffic unless they are able to comply with CDC guidelines.
* Places of public assembly are ordered to close, including: movie theaters, museums, pool halls, bowling alleys, country clubs and others
* County public parks will stay open; however, playgrounds within the parks will be closed. More here.
In the interest of public health and safety in response to the threat of COVID-19, the City of Dunedin has suspended all disconnections of water, wastewater, and solid waste services for nonpayment – effective March 18, 2020 for at least 30 days.
Additionally, late fees will not be assessed to utility bills with a bill date on or after March 18, 2020, until further notice.
For the safety of our employees, the Utility Billing office (located at the MLK Recreation Center) will be closed to walk-in visitors. The Utility Billing team will remain available by phone 727.298.3024 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, Monday through Friday, 7am to 6pm.
Customers may pay their bills using one of the following methods of payments: Online through the City website, Auto Pay, Bill Pay through customers bank, Drop Boxes, or by mail. All options are detailed below.
Drop Boxes—Checked daily
Payments and documents can be placed in these boxes located at the following locations:
An online PIN/password will need to be established, if the customer has not previously used this method of payment. To establish a PIN/password, the customer will need the following information from their most recent utility bill:
- Account number (with dash)
- Most recent bill date
- Most recent due date
- Balance due
(Customers can call Utility Billing for this information, if they do not have their most recent utility bill available).
- Follow the prompts to “Create Pin”.
- After the information is submitted, the customer will create their own password (between 5-8 characters), and add customer’s email address
- Once the customer receives a return email, they will be able to make their payment.
- The account number will be the login (with dash).
- Visa, MasterCard, and American Express are all accepted on the website.
An application and a voided check will need to be submitted to Utility Billing office.
Download the Application
The form and voided check can be mailed, emailed, or placed in one of the two drop boxes.
Bill Pay through Bank
Customers can send utility payments through their bank. Customers will need to access their bank online and will also need their City utility account number (complete with dash) and the City mailing address. Customers are reminded to set the payment date at least 5 business days before the payment due date.
Please make sure to mail payment at least 5 business days before the due date.
City of Dunedin Utilities
PO Box 9286
Bradenton, FL 34206-9286