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Marion County Citizen Information Line: 352-369-7500

7 days a week 8 AM - 8 PM 

Marion County Health Department COVID-19 Hotline:352-644-2590

Florida Department of Health Coronavirus COVID - 19 Website 

Florida Department of Health Hotline: 1-866-779-6121

Available: 24 hours day/7 days per week

CDC Coronavirus COVID-19 Website

CDC Coronavirus COVID-19 Call Center: 1-800-CDC-INFO (800-232-4636)

Available: 24 hours day/7 days per week

Governor Ron DeSantis Executive Orders

Click on this link to review all 2020 Executive Orders issued by Governor Ron DeSantis

City of Belleview Updates

Water/Utility Bills

The City of Belleview is here to assist those water and sewer utility customers adversely affected by the COVID crisis who need help catching up their Utility Bills.  The City of Belleview is currently not charging late or disconnection fees; however, citizens with balances over $100 are strongly encouraged to make payment arrangements to avoid large balances that can become difficult to pay later.  Please call our CUSTOMER SERVICE STAFF at (352) 245-7021, Monday – Thursday 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.  We can set up payment plans and discuss other options to assist you. Help us help you by setting up a plan so you will not have to worry about future disconnections for non-payment.

City of Belleview Offices Open

Offices at City Hall, the Police Department and the Dennis Monroe Public Works Complex are now open. Although customers are welcome in our lobbies, many services such as utility payments and building permits, are available by going to the city’s website at Pre-screening is required for any appointment in an inner officer.

Virtual City Commission Meetings

The City of Belleview holds regularly scheduled City Commission meeting on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 6 pm. In accordance with Executive Order 20-69 issued by Governor Ron DeSantis, these meetings can have virtual attendance by both Commissioners and citizens. Please visit to view meeting agendas, which will provide call-in information.  Those who wish to comment on any agenda item must call in 10 minutes before the meeting begins.  Citizens that want to attend in person should know that attendance is currently very limited, and pre-screening is required. These meetings will continue to be available through this virtual forum until further notice.

City of Belleview Parks

All City parks and playgrounds are re-opened.  City Parks include Lake Lillian, the Wilma Loar Splash Pad and its adjoining playground as well as the Fred King Park. The following playground guidelines are in place for city parks: 

  • Wear a mask if you cannot maintain 6- feet separation
  • Bring and use hand sanitizer often
  • Bring and use sanitizing wipes on equipment 
  • If you are anyone in your family are exhibiting symptoms please do not use the playground 
  • Wash hands as soon as possible after leaving
  • Be respectful of others, be safe, and have fun! 

City Events and Facility Rentals

The City of Belleview has cancelled all City hosted events and events held on City Property until further notice to help slow the spread of the COVID-19. Check our calendar on our website at  for future updates.  Additionally, all city facility rentals are cancelled until further notice

Covid 19 Scam Alerts

  • There are no cure, remedies, and no free at-home testing kits for COVID-19. Currently there is no cure or approved vaccine for COVID-19 or FDA-approved home
  • The CDC, WHO or any other government agencies will not email or call you with medical advice or ask for a payment. CDC, WHO will never contact you. Beware of individuals selling medical advice
  • Your stimulus check will not get to you faster through an expediting service from any individual or organization.
  • You do not need to complete the 2020 Census questionnaire to receive your stimulus check
  • Beware of online payment requests from fake agencies for violating shelter-in-place orders. Local law enforcement will issue any penalties, if at all, if you are violating any orders
  • Do not Pay for COVID-19 Maps. Covid-19 maps are free through John Hopkins University and Florida Department of Health
  • Be vigilant when reading email. You will see an increase of email and phishing scams from people pretending to be your employer, from a government agency or local medical office. Never give out your personal or financial information to anyone. The government will not call you on the phone to request payment in gift cards or ask you for your information. 
  • There is no COVID-19 Tax Refund.
  • Ignore unknown numbers
  • Do not following links emailed to you - type in the website you would like to visit manually in your browser
  • If you get a request from your employer that looks odd, contact them via phone to verify
  • Assume every unsolicited request for information is suspect