UPDATED INFO FOR COVID-19 From Pinnacle Port Management:
OUR OFFICE IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC.
JUST ISSUED BY GOVERNOR RON DESANTIS FLORIDA IS ON A SHELTER IN PLACE ORDER UNTIL APRIL 30TH. WE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTING ANY RENTALS UNTIL AFTER APRIL 30TH.
Pinnacle Port Amenties: All amenties will be closed at 5:00 p.m. CST on March 21st until further notice.
Currently Bay County/Panama City Beach and Panama City have FOURTEEN CONFIRMED cases of the COVID-19 virus. 12 are residents and 2 Is a non-resident.
Governor Ron DeSantis issued an Executive Order that will reduce density and crowds in restaurants, bars, nightclubs and beaches to mitigate the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Bars and Nightclubs
Under the direction of Governor DeSantis, all bars and nightclubs throughout Florida will close for the next 30 days. Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) will be enforcing and providing further guidance.
The Panama City Beach City Council and the Bay County Board of County Commissioners agreed to close the Gulf of Mexico beaches until further notice. Deputies will be patrolling the beaches to ensure everyone is adhering to the beach closures. Fines and possible jail time could be issued if you are on the beaches.
Restaurants in Panama City Beach have closed all dining areas and will expand take-out and delivery services. Dining rooms are currently closed to the public.
**Our Staff at Pinnacle Port are working hard and taking precautionary measures to keep our guest's, owner's and employee's safe from any outbreak of COVID-19. Our cleaning staff of common areas are using bleach and Clorox wipes on all surfaces, elevators etc. They are wiping surfaces several times daily in order to safeguard and prevent the spread of any illness of any kind**.
Our condo cleaners that are cleaning the interior of the units are using Clorox wipes on door knobs, faucets, toilet handles, shower handles etc. to help safeguard our guests.
If at anytime you have questions or concerns, you may contact us here at our office at 850-234-7163 or you can go to the CDC website listed below. The CDC website is very informative and can advise how to keep from spreading COVID-19 as well as what counties in Florida have been affected by the virus. The CDC updates this site multiple times throughout the day so that you are able to keep yourself informed on the latest regarding this virus. We wish you well and hope to see you soon!
Site for the CDC is as follows: www.cdc.gov