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    FAQs Regarding Gov. Reeves' Stay at Home Order   4/3/2020

    Please see our updated frequently asked questions to address any concerns regarding Ocean Springs and the Governor's new Executive Order.

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    Beaches Closed on Friday, April 3rd at 5pm   4/2/2020

    In accordance with Governor Tate Reeves' Executive Order all Jackson County beaches will close on Friday, April 3rd at 5pm.

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    Live Stream for Special Call   4/2/2020

    To live view the Special Call Meeting tonight at 5pm please click this link: https://youtu.be/V2I9qChjlMg

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    Recommendations to Prevent COVID-19   4/1/2020

    Please see the flyer for recommendations to Prevent COVID-19.

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    Road Closure - Martin Luther King Dr 3.30.2020   3/30/2020

    On Monday, March 30, 2020, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Martin Luther King Drive will be closed to thru traffic from School Street to Government Street. This is an emergency road closure to repair a water leak.

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    Parks & Rec Easter Egg Hunt Cancelled   3/27/2020

    The Parks & Recreation Easter Egg Hunt that was scheduled for April 4, 2020 has been cancelled for public safety during the COVID-19 quarantine.

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    2020 Census Information   3/26/2020

    Don't forget to fill out your 2020 Census Questionnaire! Please visit My2020Census.Gov to reply now.

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    Executive Order 1463 by Governor Reeves   3/25/2020

    Governor Tate Reeves enacted Executive Order 1463 on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 effective immediately.

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    MDEQ Advises People to NOT Flush Disinfecting Wipes and Paper Towels   3/23/2020

    (JACKSON, Miss.) – The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) is advising people to not flush disinfecting wipes, paper towels,or similar products in toilets but to dispose of them in household garbage. These items can cause damage to wastewater treatment and collection systems creating clogs, backups, pump failures, and sewer overflows creating additional public health issues.

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    Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Proclamation for COVID-19 (Coronavirus)   3/23/2020

    Updated March 24, 2020 The Mayor and Board of Alderman at a special meeting on Saturday, March 21, 2020 voted unanimously to approve Proclamation to Protect Life and Property and to Prevent the Spread of the Novel COVID-19. Effective immediately, The City of Ocean Springs encourages all citizens stay at home except for essential needs. The intent of this Proclamation is to ensure the maximum number of people self-isolate in their places of residence to the maximum extent feasible.

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