Florida began Phase 3 of its pandemic recovery plan as of September 25, 2020. Businesses can operate at 100% capacity, including restaurants, bars and movie theaters.
With two jurisdictions on Amelia Island, masks are mandated inside businesses within Fernandina’s city limits, while “strongly encouraged” elsewhere on the island.
The city of Fernandina Beach should pare back spending and postpone frivolous new projects. Do more with less.
An engineering marvel at the Port of Fernandina, the VB 10,000 is the answer to removing Georgia’s massive shipwreck.
Watch NASSAU Emergency Management’s hurricane preparedness round table video. Even residents who have lived in Fernandina Beach, Yulee, and Callahan for years may learn something new.
The overall trend of event cancellations continues through year end 2020. However, some of Fernandina’s holiday season events remain tentatively scheduled.
The North Florida Land Trust is raising money to acquire natural spaces on Amelia Island.
One of the last types of businesses to open back up since COVID-19 shut down the economy, two local movie theaters have reopened.