Panama City Maintenance Crew puts up signs to encourage first responders

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) The maintenance crew for Panama City is putting up signs to encourage those working tirelessly to keep us safe.

The signs are located in front of police stations, fire stations, hospitals, and the school district in Bay County.

These signs are located in front of police stations, hospitals, fire stations, and schools in Bay County to support to first responders for the sacrifices and hard work they're putting in to the fight against COVID-19. The signs read "Our Heroes work here #PanamaCityStrong."

"We need to encourage our heroes. Our heroes are working so hard tirelessly to help our citizens and our community, and clearly we need to uplift our heroes. Let's all reach out to these great men and women who are serving tirelessly everyday in our great community," said Panama City Manager, Mark McQueen.

The city says they're hoping to put out more signs, but has no set plans at the moment.

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