The 2014 Consumer Confidence Report - Water Quality is now available online to view. This report will be mailed with the Residential Water Bills and will also be available in hard-copy form at City Hall at the end of April.
Proposed Resolution Imposing Impact Fees
On June 1, 2015, at a regular legislative meeting of the City Council, the Council may consider adopting a fee schedule which includes impact fees for new residential and commercial development and re-development. Prior to the legislative meeting, the public may provide their input at the May 18, 2015, regular workshop of the City Council. The proposed impact fees will be posted to the City’s website on May 11, 2015. This public notice has been provided in accordance with Florida Statute 163.31801(2)(d)
The City of Mary Esther is looking for volunteers to serve on several committees. Our logo says it all – Business, Service, Families. Mary Esther is a “Growing Community”.
Are you willing to. . .
- Get involved with your community?
- To provide input on how your City should look, feel and operate?
- To become invested in the place you chose to put down roots?
If so, WE NEED YOU!
JOIN THE TEAM!
What is the Okaloosa County Civic Challenge (OCCC)? It is a team competition of various sports, between Cities in Okaloosa County. There will also be a team for those who live in Okaloosa County, but not within City limits. Each Sport in the Civic Challenge will have an OCCC Sports Coordinator. Each sport will count equally toward each team’s total annual score. The highest score each year will win the right to display the OCCC Traveling Trophy in their City Hall. The trophy will be presented each year at the October League of Cities dinner.