- Storm Water Task Force
- Click here for online utility bill payment.
- Request to receive utility bills by email.
- Upgrade to Natural Gas and get $1,300 back!.
- Book Tee Time at Tiger Point Golf Club.
- 2014 Garbage Pickup Guidelines and Schedules
- Report Street Light Outage.
- View 3 Mile Bridge Cameras
- Contact Local Chambers of Commerce
Gulf Breeze Weather
Paving Operations resume on U.S. 98
Paving operations on U.S. 98 (Gulf Breeze Parkway) between the Live Oak Village shopping center and Nantahala Beach Road in Santa Rosa County will resume Sunday, July 20. The work will require alternating lane closures on U.S. 98 east and westbound Sunday through Thursday between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m.
One lane of traffic will remain open in each direction and access to private property will be maintained at all times.
The planned construction activities are weather dependent and may be re-scheduled in the event of inclement weather.
Water Meter Upgrades
CITRUS CANKER ALERT
The City of Gulf Breeze has been advised by the University of Florida IFAS Extension that citrus canker has been identified in Gulf Breeze and recently confirmed in the Santa Rosa Shores area. Citrus canker is a serious bacterial disease that causes the citrus tree to continually decline in health and fruit production until the tree produces no fruit at all. It affects all types of citrus and is highly contagious. Citrus canker can be spread rapidly by windborne rain, lawnmowers and other landscaping equipment, people carrying the infection on their hands, clothing, or equipment, and moving the infected or exposed plants or plant parts. Please read the letter here for valuable information about how to properly dispose of canker infected citrus trees.
Here is are some addition sources: UF publication for homeowners and FDACS brochure
If you have any questions, please contact Mary Derrick, Residential Horticulture Agent, University of Florida IFAS, at 850-623-3868.
- DEP LAUNCHES GULF BREEZE WATER QUALITY PROJECT FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY
- May 6, 2014 – FEMA Assistance Approved
- AS OF MAY 1, 2014 – NO BOIL WATER NOTICE
- APRIL 30TH FLOODING
- Long Range Transportation Needs Plan and Cost Feasible Plan Workshop
- Grant for New Elevated Re-Use Water Tank
- Return Call Telephone Scam Alert
- Please Check for Water Leaks – within City Limits
- Resurfacing Work To Begin on U.S. 98/Gulf Breeze Parkway
- New City Fees – Resolution No. 23-13
FLOOD VICTIMS – UTILITY WAIVER
If the April 30, 2014 deluge (the "Spring Flooding Event") caused your property to be uninhabitable, the City Council has established a utility waiver program to waive utilities while repairs/reconstruction were (or are) underway. A copy of the utility waiver is available here. Addresses are checked against City and County damage assessment lists before waivers are approved.