Over the next couple weeks, crews will be periodically painting the traffic signals on US 41. They are working at the Sumter/41 intersection today. Please anticipate minor delays and use caution when traveling through the area, as there may be periodic lane changes.
Water workers are essential in that they, too, are on the front lines of preventing COVID-19. North Port Utilities Technicians are out every day ensuring water quality and availability to area homes and businesses.
By using soap and water for washing your hands, clothes, and bathing, you are able to limit the spread of COVID-19 and reducing its impact on our community. Conserve water by only washing full loads of laundry, fixing leaks in your plumbing, and turning off the tap while you brush your teeth. We’re all in this together!
Good Morning from Code Enforcement! You might see inspector Billy cruising around today and if you do be sure to say HI! Code Enforcement is still out ensuring that the City looks it's best and educating citizens. See something you want them to check out? Visit https://bit.ly/3c40Kxn to make a report. #KeepNorthPortBeautiful
Like many of you, we’re in need of a few good laughs during this stressful time - so let’s play a virtual game #together!
For the next month, we’ll post a theme of the week on Monday morning. E-Mail us your photos and videos that best illustrate the theme (the goofier the better) to CommunityPolicing@NorthPortPD.com and include your mailing address and t-shirt size. We’ll pick our favorites on Friday mornings, share the best entries with you, and deliver a NPPD Supporter shirt to the mailbox of our winners!
This week’s theme? A candid of you with your pets! Don’t have one, don’t worry. Favorite stuffed animals or dream pets are also acceptable.
Remember to follow the #StayHome orders and CDC guidelines in your submissions! Failure to do so would definitely NOT make us smile.