News from St. Augustine
City Hall re-opens to public, parking fees and enforcement resumes
Starting Monday, June 1, City Hall and Customer Service will re-open its doors to the public, and City-managed on and off-street parking, and the Downtown Historic Parking Facility, fees and rules will be enforced. Note that meetings will still be held virtually. For more information, visit
30th Anniversary season will have to wait
This year marks the 30th Anniversary of Concerts in the Plaza, but fans will have to wait to celebrate since COVID-19 restrictions on group gatherings and six-foot social distancing requirements make it difficult to proceed, even with caution.
Until restrictions are loosened or lifted, the concerts will be suspended. In the event that only a limited number of performances are impacted, they may be rescheduled for the later part of September.
Monitor the City’s website and Facebook page for updates to the concert schedule. Questions may be directed to Kimberly Mayo, Event and Venue Coordinator, at 904.825.1004 or via email at events@CityStAug.com.
Virtual tour of Historic Waterworks Building
In honor of Historic Preservation Month, Historic Preservation Officer Jenny Wolfe offers a virtual tour of the Historic WaterWorks Building. This building, located next to the St. Johns County Main Library, was built in 1898 and served as the City’s first water works pumping station.
Check out the virtual tour HERE. For more information, reach out to Jenny Wolfe at 904.209.4326 or email email@example.com.
Show us your mask in action with #MaskeradingAsHeroes
Anyone passing through the Visitor Information Center can purchase face masks at the Gift Shop, currently available only in a 50-count box, with a limit of two boxes per customer.
If you’re out and about wearing your mask at a local shop or restaurant, snap a picture with their staff wearing their masks. Or just snap a selfie and tag us @CityStAug on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram!
We are hoping to see an outpouring of support and participation from the community in our shared efforts to keep our city safe and healthy.
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