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Disaster Unemployment Assistance Deadliner Extended until DEC 7.

The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity has extended the application deadline for Disaster Unemployment Assistance
to Friday, Dec. 7. DUA is available to Florida residents and businesses in Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Leon, Liberty, Taylor, Wakulla and Washington counties. DUA is available for unemployment beginning October 14, 2018 until April 13, 2019, as long as the individual’s unemployment continues to be a result of the disaster.

 Find more information about application criteria at www.floridajobs.org.

FEMA is centralizing services and relocating to the Franklin County Tourist Development Center, 731 Hwy 98, East Point, FL. Available hours are Monday - Wednesday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
 

Additional Hurricane Michael Information, click here

 

2018-19 City Budget Budget

You may view the proposed 2018-19 Budget here. A final budget vote is scheduled for Tuesday, September 25.
The City's 2017-18 budget is available to download. You may view that budget here.

Duke Energy Begins Tree Trimming

In order to maintain reliable service and minimize outages Duke Energy will be conducting vegetation management activities in and around portions of the City of Apalachicola beginning the week of September 10 and continuing for approximately three weeks (weather permitting). The trained tree personnel will be inspecting and clearing vegetation that poses a threat to Duke Energy power lines. All tree trimming and pruning activities conducted by Duke Energy will follow standards developed and approved by the American National Standards Institute for tree care maintenance and operations.

The 2017 Drinking Water Quality Report is available to review here.

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Apalachicola is the oyster capital of the world. Remnants of its colorful and diverse past remain very visible today through its many historic homes and buildings. 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!

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For complaints or questions about discrimination in City employment or services, accessibility for persons with disabilities, or for fair housing complaints (not foreclosures), contact Lee Mathes at leemathes@cityofapalachicola.com or phone 850-653-8715, or mail: 1 Avenue E, Apalachicola, FL 32320.