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Broward County Reopening Continues

On May 14th, Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-122, permitting Broward County to participate in the Phase I reopening of Florida. On the same date, Broward County issued Emergency Order 20-10, providing guidance to residents and businesses regarding opening steps – with an emphasis on safety. As the COVID-19 health crisis will likely remain active for the foreseeable future, it is important to understand that Broward County’s Emergency Order 20-06, Emergency Order 20-07, and Emergency Order 20-08 also remain in effect for the entire county. 

As of Monday, May 18th, the following businesses and amenities reopened and/or expand their services, provided that they meet the requirements of Broward County Emergency Order 20-12, which include facial coverings for employees and customers/visitors; social distancing; reduced occupancy; and enhanced sanitation: 

  • Restaurants and food establishments
  • Retail Stores
  • Personal Services establishments, including barbershops, hair salons, and nail salons
  • Drive-in Movie Theatres
  • Community Rooms, Fitness Centers and Gyms located within housing developments (commercial Fitness Centers and Gyms are not included in the initial reopening phase)
  • Community and Club Pools located within housing developments or private clubs
  • Museums

Effective Tuesday, May 26, the following businesses and amenities reopened, in accordance with Broward County Emergency Order 20-13:

  • Beaches (for swimming, walking and other active uses; not for sunbathing)
  • Commercial Gyms and Fitness Centers
  • Hotels, Motels, and Commercial Lodging Establishments

Effective Monday, June 1, the following businesses and amenities reopened, in accordance with Broward County Emergency Order 20-14

  • Beaches (for sunbathing and picnicking, in addition to previously-permitted uses)
  • Doubles play at racquet sports facilities, including  all tennis courts within City of Sunrise parks and Sunrise Tennis Club, and the disc golf course at Cypress Preserve Park 
  • Massage establishment services beyond those medically necessary
  • Tattoo establishments

Effective Monday, June 8, the City of Sunrise will reopen its outdoor fields for residents (groups of 10 or less) and for youth athletic programs that are affiliated with the City. Please note:

  • Fields will be available for recreation, practice and skills development only. No games or competitions will be allowed.
  • Multipurpose fields will be divided into quadrants, with no more than 10 people allowed in a quadrant.
  • Sunrise residents (in groups of 10 or less) may use available fields on a first come, first served basis.
  • Before using City facilities, organized groups must submit for City approval an operations plan that outlines adherence to CDC guidelines/protocols, as well as State and local regulations.
  • In accordance with Broward County's Emergency Order 20-15, Attachment 16, park visitors must wear facial coverings except when participating in strenuous activities.
  • Basketball courts will remain closed to open play, as multiplayer or pick-up games are not permitted under Broward County's Emergency Order 20-14, Attachment 8

Sunrise parks will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Restrooms (no more than two people at a time) and water fountains will be available for use; the City of Sunrise will continue to employ enhanced cleaning protocols. For additional information regarding outdoor fields, please call the City of Sunrise Leisure Services Department: (954) 747-4600.

Effective Friday, June 12, the following businesses may reopen, in accordance with Broward County Emergency Order 20-16:

  • Pari-mutuel facilities following the submission of an operation plan for COVID-19 mitigation and sanitization and approval by the state Department of Business and Professional Regulation and the County. 

Effective Monday, June 15, the following businesses may reopen, in accordance with Broward County Emergency Order 20-15:

  • Indoor amusement facilities such as bowling alleys, arcades and indoor movie theaters that are not amusement rides and do not involve fixed playground equipment, with 50% capacity and other restrictions. Read Attachment 17.
  • Vacation rentals as authorized by the Governor's Executive Order 20-87 and consistent with the Short-Term Vacation Rental Reopening Plan approved by  state Department of Business and Professional Regulation for Broward County.
  • Museums may also increase the allowable occupancy of museums from 25% to 50%.  

Until further notice, the following remain closed: 

  • Bars
  • Large Gathering Venues
  • All City of Sunrise Facilities (except Sunrise Tennis Club, The Bridges at Springtree Golf Club, and parks open for passive and limited active use, as described in the June 8th listing above)

As our community reopens, it’s important to remember that the pandemic is not over, and that we must each continue to do our part to slow the spread of COVID-19. You must stay vigilant to keep yourself and others safe and so we do not have increased spread or a spike in COVID-19 cases. Unfortunately, there are still new cases of COVID-19 in Broward County and across Florida every day, so please practice social responsibility and stay home if you can. As you support Sunrise businesses, remember to: 

  • Stay at least 6 feet from other people and do not gather in groups.
  • Always wear a face covering in public. In accordance with Broward County Emergency Order 20-10, face coverings must be worn by employees and customers while interacting at businesses.
  • Follow CDC recommendations regarding handwashing and avoid touching your face. 

We appreciate your cooperation as Sunrise navigates this new chapter. #SunriseCares about the health and safety of our residents and employees, as well as the members of our business community. Working together, we can lessen the effects of COVID-19. 


Sunrise is a Compassionate City! 

Have questions? Need help with food resources, senior services, or other important needs? Contact our Resource and Referral Call Center by calling 954-746-3670 between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday - or emailing CompassionOfficer@sunrisefl.govOur team of caring and compassionate staff is here to connect you with the answers you need.


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