Latest News & Notices

FINAL PUBLIC NOTICE
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has received a subgrant application from the City of Port St. Joe for repairs for the sewer lines system due to damages associated with Hurricane Michael. Please click the link below for more information.
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JOB NOTICE:
Electrician
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IMPORTANT CORONAVIRUS NOTICE:
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NOTICE OF MEETING CANCELLATION
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Rescission of Boil Water Notice
The precautionary Boil Water Notice issued on 03/13/20 for the customers at: 125, 111 Pridgeon Rd., 6717, 6717 1/2, 6779, 6807, 6827, 6845, 6757, 6873, 6909, 6987 Highway 71, 131, 173, 174, 207 Volunteer Avenue is hereby rescinded.
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A message from Port St. Joe Mayor Rex Buzzett regarding COVID-19:
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Residential Trash Pick Up and Small Yard Waste Pick Up
Information for Residential and Small Yard Waste Pick Up:
As of October 01, 2019, BCC has taken over the residential pick up and small yard waste pick up services. BCC will be picking up only small yard debris no larger than 4' x 4'. Examples of what will be picked up would be grass clippings and small branches. All other debris would need to be taken to the dump at 700 Five Points Road Port St. Joe, FL 32456. Residential routes are the same as previous. Small yard waste pick up schedule is listed on the link below.
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2020 Election Notice:
Notice is hereby given that the City of Port St. Joe's Primary Election will be held Tuesday, May 12, 2020
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Public Notice:
Beginning January 7, 2020, The Board of City Commissioners holds it regularly scheduled meetings the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 12:00 P.M. EST in the Commissioners Chambers at 2775 Garrison Avenue.


Hurricane Michael Recovery Help
For more information, please visit Citizens of Gulf County Recovery Team at www.recovergulf.org
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Public Notice
The City of Port St. Joe is in the planning stages of putting in a 9 hole disc golf course at Dooder Park.
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Hurricane Michael Recovery Help
For more information, please visit www.hurricanemichaelrecovery.org or call 850-740-3966.
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Public Notice:
The City's new garbage carrier, BCC, will be picking your garbage up on the same day as the previous carrier. All garbage must be bagged and placed inside your new container for it to be picked up. BCC is asking that all containers be put out the night before they are to be picked up.

Public Notice:
The City of Port St. Joe Planning, Development and Review Board regular Meetings:
WHEN: 1st Tuesday of each Month
TIME: 4:00 PM ET
WHERE: Commissioner Chambers
       2775 Garrison Avenue
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The City of Port St. Joe is pleased to announce, we are now on Facebook. Please like and follow us on Facebook
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FEMA Announcement
FEMA 213 Answers to questions about substantially improved/substantially damaged buildings (2018) New book good for staff and residents.
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Golf Cart Rules

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CAPE SAN BLAS LIGHTHOUSE HOURS
Open Wednesday - Saturday, from 11:00 am to 5:00 PM EST. Call 850-229-8261 for other days and groups.
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PUBLIC RECORDS CUSTODIAN 05/24/2017
PUBLIC RECORDS CUSTODIAN

Per Chapter 119, Florida Statutes, and Enrolled CS/CS/SB 80 with an effective date of May 23, 2017, the City of Port St. Joe’s Custodian of Public Records is:

City Clerk, Charlotte M. Pierce
P. O. Box 278
Port St. Joe, FL 32457

Physical Address: 305 Cecil G. Costin, Sr., Blvd.
Email address: cpierce@psj.fl.gov
Telephone Number: 850-229-8261
Fax number: 850-229-8325

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Port St. Joe's Park System Now Featured Online
Our website now offers an entire section featuring the city's park and trail system, from Jetty Park at the marina to the end of the Port City Trail at Gulf Coast State College. Twelve pages of information and more than 70 photos provide a "bird's eye" view.
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