The City of Key West, Florida

The Southernmost City in the Continental United States

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Bus Service Updates & Detours

April 2, 2020

In the interest of public safety, economic stability and long-term recovery, all individuals should reduce social contact to the greatest degree possible by limiting their travel for essential services.

In order to protect the community and City staff –and in light of Governor Ron Desantis’s stay at home order -- the Key West Transit bus system will suspend service as of 8 p.m. on Friday, April 3, 2020 until further notice.

The City will continue to provide essential business, and non-essential workers are being sent home.

“We must work as a community to keep this virus from spreading,” said City Manager Greg Veliz. “The quicker we comply with city, county and state directives, the quicker we can begin to rebuild normalcy.”

Citizens are reminded to follow all of the CDC guidelines and continue social distancing, and limit excursions to essential business only, like trips to the grocery store or doctor.

The City of Key West will continue to provide the following remote business:


For building permits:
• Contact blg@cityofkeywest-fl.gov
• Find the eTrakit instructions on the City’s website under the building department
• Submit electronically at: http://etrakit.cityofkeywest-fl.gov/etrakit/
• Walk through Wednesdays have been temporarily suspended.

For Parking issues:
• Pay tickets online via the City’s website at www.cityofkeywest-fl.gov
• To report a disruptive parking violation, call 305-809-1000
• Questions, call 305-809-3855 or the hotline at 305-809-1101


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