⚠️ NOTICE - Boil Water Notice Rescinded ⚠️
North Port Utilities Precautionary Boil Water Notice that was issued on April 1, 2020, for Bolander Terr., Deming Ave., and Morning Avenue, North Port, FL, is hereby rescinded, following the satisfactory completion of two consecutive samples of the Bacteriological survey. The results showed that the water is safe for consumption, ice making or cooking. We apologize for any inconvenience to you, our valued customer, and thank you for your patience and cooperation.
If you have any questions, you may contact our office at 941-240-8000 or the Health Department at 861-6133.
As non-essential businesses close down and the “Stay at Home” order goes into effect, the City of North Port realizes that increasing numbers of our residents may incur financial, healthcare, and emotional distress. The Social Services Division is a City service that provides information regarding resources to those who find themselves in need.
During this time, though the office is closed to the public, Social Services staff are still working during normal business hours and encourage you to call 2-1-1 if you are in need of assistance. The 2-1-1 service is the first step to match resources to your particular need. From medical expenses, to housing and food, 2-1-1 is the place to start.
Stay safe, North Port. We’re here for you! https://www.cityofnorthport.com/home/showdocument?id=20904
During our #Home4Heroes campaign, we've highlighted several professions working the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic. We're also staying home to help protect those in our senior community, or with underlying health conditions. Denise Lyndon stays home for her mom, who is battling Acute Myeloid Leukemia and has a compromised immune system.
Are you or a loved one out in the field working through this pandemic? Send us a DM with a picture of the person in action, and a little about them. We're #NorthPortStrong, and want to highlight all the good work our community is doing. 💪❤️
You knew this was coming, right? Thieves looking to scam victims during the pandemic. Because of course.
Cybercriminals are sending emails that appear to be from a hospital and warn that you have been exposed to the virus through contact with a colleague, friend, or family member.
Attached to the email is a “pre-filled” form to download and take with you to the hospital. Don’t be fooled. The attachment is actually a sophisticated piece of malware. This threat relies on panic and fear to bypass rational thinking. Don’t give in!
Remember to stay vigilant:
•Think before you click. The bad guys rely on impulsive clicking.
•Never download an attachment from an email you weren’t expecting.
•Even if the sender appears to be from a familiar organization, the email address could be spoofed.
If you see a similar tactic or any other scams, fraud, or gouging associated with COVID-19, please utilize this (legit) website: