PARKLAND, FL- The Broward Sheriff's Office broke up a large outdoor party Friday night in the city at a time when residents are asked to stay at home and practice social distancing. 

The agency didn't provide any other details on its social media page of the party and where it took place. 

The Parkland and Broward County stay-at-home orders were enacted on March 26. Gov. Ron DeSantis then issued a stay-at-home order for Florida on April 2.

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Parkland Mayor Christine Hunschofsky, on her social media pages, urged everyone to take social distancing seriously.

"Do not take chances with your health and do not jeopardize the health of others. Be responsible, do the right thing, stay home, make a difference, be a hero," she said.