COVID-19 : Phase 2 Opening Update (June 23rd, 12:12 PM)
Please note the updates below can change at any time.
On Monday, June 1st, City Hall will reopen with limited capacity. Only 2 people will be allowed into the City Hall lobby at a time. We are asking our customers to wait outside if there are already two people in the lobby. City Hall will still be accepting payments online and check or money orders in the drop box at the City Hall parking lot.
IMPORTANT UPDATE – Utility Customers, beginning with the July utility bill, the City will resume
If you have any questions regarding your account, please do not hesitate to contact City Hall at 863-425-1125, then press 1. If you are in need of financial assistance, please contact the Mulberry Community Service Center at 863-425-1523, or apply online for financial assistance through Polk County’s portion of the federal CARES Act grant. https://www.polk-county.net/polk-cares-2020
Beginning Tuesday, May 26th the Mulberry Public Library will re-open to 50% capacity. There will be no lingering, or computer usage allowed, and all in-person programming is suspended for the time being. Please utilize the Mulberry Public Library’s YouTube and Facebook for their virtual programming catalog
They will continue their door-side service, and faxing, printing and copying will be available only for government, medical and job search needs. These services will be complimentary through the end of May.
On Wednesday, May 27th, the Mulberry Cultural Center and Mulberry Phosphate Museum will re-open to 50% capacity, and suspending all in-person programing. Please check out the Mulberry Cultural Center and Mulberry Phosphate Museum on their Facebook and YouTube pages for quality virtual programming and content.
When all three facilities re-open we ask that all visitors practice social distancing and recommend that masks be worn.
All rental facilities are closed through the month of July. Parks and Playgrounds (sanitization happening twice daily) are open and we ask all visitors to practice social distancing.
Stay safe, Mulberry!