On June 1, 2015 the City Council adopted Ordinances repealing all fees, fines and revenues from the Code and LDC, and replaced it with a Fee Schedule Resolution.
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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.
Okaloosa County and its municipalities met with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), on Tuesday for a preliminary damage assessment from the April 30 rain event. FEMA is continuing to tour the area and we encourage residents to report damage by calling the Okaloosa County Citizens Information Line, 311. Additionally, you can report damage online at the following link: http://www.co.okaloosa.fl.us/flood_info.html.
Preliminary damage assessment for Okaloosa County is estimated at $12.4 million. Details below:
• $9.1 Million public infrastructure (facilities, roads, stormwater, etc.)
• $3.3 Million in damage to 285 homes reported
For more information or to report damage, call 311 or visit www.okaloosafl.com.