For complaints or questions about discrimination in City employment or services, accessibility for persons with disabilities, or for fair housing complaints (not foreclosures), contact Betty Webb, City Administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 850-653-8715, or mail 1 Avenue E, Apalachicola, FL 32320.
Welcome to Apalachicola! Once considered the third largest shipping port on the Gulf Coast, Apalachicola is the county seat of Franklin County. Remnants of its colorful and diverse past remain very visible today through its many historic homes and buildings. There are more than 900 historic homes, buildings and sites in the city's historic district. You can begin learning about this historic port by downloading Apalachicola's Historic Museum and Historic site map and brochure.
Apalachicola's history and maritime culture are matched only by the area's bountiful natural resources and fresh local seafood, including the world-famous Apalachicola Bay oyster! If you're a visitor here, you'll find plenty of restaurants serving fresh local seafood.
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All speed bumps on roadways located within the City of Apalachicola will be removed during the week of July 14, 2014.Police patrol will be increased and signage will be installed to warn drivers to SLOW DOWN in these areas.We encourage everyone to drive safe and be alert on the roadway