UPDATE: This curfew has been lifted as of June 7.
EDIT: The original version of this post said “Thornton Park” would be affected by the curfew but as you can see in the map, it only affects portions of the Thornton Park Main Street and not the Thornton Park neighborhood boundary.
The City of Orlando has extended an earlier curfew for the Central Business District in response to ongoing protests downtown. But as seen in the graphic below, the extended curfew covers parts of Parramore, South Eola, and portions of Thornton Park as well.
As demonstrations continue today, @OrlandoPolice is committed to protecting all residents and demonstrators. To do so, a new curfew will be in effect in downtown Orlando tonight beginning at 8 p.m. For the rest of the city, the curfew remains at 10 p.m. pic.twitter.com/vd5naWlIiW— City of Orlando (@citybeautiful) June 3, 2020
The curfew will be in effect until further notice. The rest of the City is still under a 10 p.m. curfew until further notice as well.