CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Here are the latest businesses in Coral Springs given warnings for violating Covid-19 safety measures, according to the Broward County COVID-19 Business Complaints website.

The crowd-sourced information website reported, as of Monday:

Mobile Gas station

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1331 University Drive

Type of Violation: Not Following Sanitation Requirements
Complaint Outcome: Warning Issued

Reported: 11/20/2020
Complainant Comments: “Gas station attendant not wearing face mask. Complaint came in from police department.”


Manhattan Bagel

4610 N University Drive

Type of Violation: Other
Complaint Outcome: Warning Issued

Reported: 11/1/2020

Complainant Comments: “Owner not wearing mask while serving customers. Wearing only minimal face shield over mouth only.”

In all, there have been 56 warnings issued to businesses in Coral Springs since the start of the pandemic, according to the website.

Our previous articles on warnings to businesses:

Restaurant, Store, Fitness Center: Latest Coral Springs Businesses Issued Warnings For Coronavirus Violations

Auto Shop and Restaurant: Latest Coral Springs Businesses Issued Warnings For Coronavirus Violations

Here’s how the warnings were generated.

Visitors to businesses report their concerns by calling Broward County’s 311 hotline, visiting the county’s website ( and downloading an app) or calling the code enforcement offices in cities where the businesses are located. Visitors can use their names or be anonymous when reporting complaints.

Once a complaint is received, code enforcement officers visit the business and determine if there’s grounds for a warning or further action. If there is, officers work with the business to resolve the issue during the visit or officers issue a warning if the business is out of compliance with the virus safety measures. If the business is warned, officers return to re-inspect and if the issue isn’t resolved, they issue a citation to the business. 


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