• Shop and Dine St. Johns County encourages residents and visitors to support our local business and dining community by spending locally. Supporting small businesses and restaurants enriches our economy, provides jobs for residents, and keeps our unique community growing and thriving. The program offers a convenient and easy way for residents and businesses to support one another by providing information about businesses and restaurants open and serving the public, including easy-to-use interactive maps and directories of contact information and service levels.

    SHOP & DINE APP NOW AVAILABLE! Download the app here: http://m.appbuild.io/sjcshopd





    1. Unemployed people/laid off workers: remember to apply online for unemployment if laid off - Reemployment Assistance
    2. The Family Medical Leave Act is in place for this emergency situation
    3. People are permitted to withdraw from their 401K's now and checks are sent overnight
    4. SBA (Small Business Association) loans are available (declaration of disaster areas, such as FL)
    5. Beware of scams, always, but especially during these time. Door to door or calls saying people can buy testing equipment for the virus, or they are Medicare or the government with funds they need to put into a person's bank account

    Florida consumers can file complaints with the Florida Attorney General Office by calling toll free 866-966-7226 or visiting http://www.myfloridalegal.com.


  • Flagler’s ACE program launches 3 free online courses. Read more here.

    To register for online courses, go to www.Flagler.edu/adulted/oasc or for more information, email continuingeducation@flagler.edu
    Additionally, you can contact Christine Rodenbaugh, administrative assistant for Adult & Continuing Education at crodenbaugh@flagler.edu or call 904-377-8358.


    As the Coronavirus continues to present challenges to health officials across the United States and abroad, now is the time to review your contingency plans. Be sure that the plans you have in place for your employees and customers are suitable for any eventuality should your business be disrupted.

    We encourage you to review the guidance issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for business response:
    1. Encourage sick employees to stay home
    2. Send sick employees home to recuperate
    3. Emphasize staying home when sick, illness etiquette and proper hygiene
    4. Perform routine cleaning
    5. Advise employees to follow CDC guidelines for travel

    More information is available on the CDC website.

  • Contact Info Contact Info

    Non-Emergency Sheriff's Office
    (904) 824-8304
    FEMA Disaster Assistance
    (800) 621-3362
    Florida's 2-1-1 Help Line
    Florida Emergency Information Line
    (800) 342-3557
    State Volunteer and Donations
    (800) 354-3571


  • Additional Contact Info Additional Contact Info

    American Red Cross
    (904) 358-8091

    Attorney General Price Gouging Hotline
    (866) 966-7226

    Special Needs Shelter Registration Required:
    (904) 824-5550

    St. Johns County Building Services Structural Hotline (904) 827-6836

  • St. Johns County Department of Emergency Management 

    The St. Johns County Department of Emergency Management is responsible for the Disaster Preparedness of our County and the Evacuation Assistance Program for our citizens who need assistance in the event of an evacuation. In the event of an actual emergency situation, your knowledge of what to do will be of great benefit to you and your family. For more information regarding emergency management in St. Johns County, please visit https://www.sjcemergencymanagement.com or call (904) 824-5550. 

    If you want to ensure you and your family are prepared for a disaster, visit https://www.ready.gov/ to get help and ideas on planning for future emergencies.