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    City encourages park visitors to go tobacco free

    The City of Inverness became the first parks in the county to install signs in Liberty Park, Wallace Brooks Park, Whispering Pines Park and Bryant Park discouraging smoking. Read on...
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    Inverness City Council Meeting

    The location for the August 18, 2020 City Council Meeting has been moved. Read on...
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    Primary Early Voting

    The Inverness Government Center Council Chambers will once again be transformed into an Early Voting facility for the Primary & General elections. Read on...
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    City of Inverness Labor Day Holiday Schedule

    Inverness City Administration Offices will be closed and the City Sanitation Schedule is..... Read on...
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    City of Inverness 2020 Elections

    City of Inverness City Council Elections will take place November 3, 2020 in conjunction with the General Elections. Council seats #2 and #4 are up for election for a 4-year term. Read on...
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    Hill Street Road Project Groundbreaking

    Inverness City Councilmembers and City staff gather for ground breaking Read on...
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    New Address for City Utility Payment

    Please update payment address for the City of Inverness....... Read on...
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  1. COVID-19-2

    City Council Passes Mask Resolution

    This resolution is an effort to protect public health and ensure essential worker safety by encouraging face coverings and social distancing for widespread use throughout the City Read on...
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    Inverness Mask Best Practices and Recommendations

    The City strongly recommends for the public to wear a mask when not able to maintain proper social distancing at City of Inverness facilities Read on...
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    Executive Order Suspends Drinking Alcohol at Bars

    Florida has suspended the sale of alcohol at bars and restricts restaurant sales of alcohol to table service only. This executive order takes effect June 26, 2020 and is in response to the growing number of coronavirus cases in the state. Read on...
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