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On Tuesday, March 17, 2020 the Social Security Administration closed ALL local Social Security offices to the public for in-person service. This change impacts the nearly 3.5 million U.S. citizens across the country who rely on their local Social Security office each month to get help applying for and receiving benefits. 

In response to federal and state directives regarding social distancing and gathering of assemblies greater than ten (10) people, Dade City has issued three executive orders (Executive Order 2020-01 Executive Order 2020-02,  Executive Order 2020-03), and Executive Order 2020-04

Executive Order 2020-01 cancels all previously scheduled City Commission meetings until April 28, 2020. On the March 24th agenda were two public hearing items for the future land use change and zoning amendments for parcels in and around the Dade City Business Center. Those items will now be heard at the April 28th meeting. Notice has been given to surrounding property owners and posted on the site as part of this executive order. 

Executive Orders 2020-02, 2020-03, and 2020-04 extends resolution 2020-01, a declaration of a state of emergency signed by the City Commission on March 16, 2020.  That resolution allows the City to take proactive measures to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the City's residents during this time. 

Please visit the links provided above to read the full documents. If you have questions regarding the Executive Orders, call 352-523-5050. 

Click here to visit Pasco County's page regarding closures and operational changes. 

Dade City urges you to rely on official sources for information, and reminds you that practicing personal hygiene is your best defense:
  • Wash your hands often with soap & water
  • Cover your coughs & sneezes with your arm, not your hands
  • Please abide by the Safer at Home order issued by the Governor's office

The Florida Department of Health in Pasco County is the lead agency in Pasco for all virus-related inquiries. For the latest updates, please visit either the Florida Department of Health website at or The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website at You may also call the COVID-19 State Call Center at: 866.779.6121.

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