Get All Emergency Updates from Leon County

Published: Mar. 24, 2020 at 3:00 PM EDT
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Get Updates on COVID-19 Straight to Your Device

Leon County Government is dedicated to providing citizens with accurate and timely information on COVID-19 based on guidance from local, state and federal experts. Citizens can stay informed with all the latest information on their desktop or mobile device.

Critical information on COVID-19 on the Leon County Emergency Information Portal

- The online portal is kept up to date with information about County closures, changes in state directives, mandates from the federal government, suggestions from the CDC and other timely critical information right from the Emergency Operations Center.

Download the Leon County Citizens Connect Mobile Application

– Relaunched in 2017, the Leon County Citizens Connect app puts timely emergency notifications at your fingertips through push notifications on your smartphone or other device. Be the first to know of any emergency management messaging or service changes by downloading the app on the

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Sign-up for Emergency Emails

- Stay informed and receive Leon County’s COVID-19 Community Update directly to your email inbox. Sign-up

Follow Leon County on Social Media

- Follow Leon County on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for resource information from us and local partners like Leon County Schools, the Office of Economic Vitality, 211 Big Bend, universities and more. Got a concern? Tag us @leoncounty and we will do our best to respond as quickly as possible. Don’t have a Facebook, Instagram or Twitter? Leon County also posts regular updates to the neighborhood social media site, Nextdoor.

Beyond all these tools you can use to stay up to date on developments at the local, state, and federal level. The Florida Department of Health has activated a 24/7 COVID-19 call center at (866) 779-6121. Leon County residents can also call the County Health Department at (850) 404-6300, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The best resource for Florida-specific COVID-19 information remains the following FDOH website:


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