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2019-20 Proposed Annual Budget. The City of Apalachicola is currently in the process of adopting its 2019-20 Annual Budget. You may review the City's Proposed Annual Budget Presentation Here. Click here to review each section of the Proposed Budget.

2019-2020 Proposed Capital Improvements. A summary of first year projects in the proposed Capital Improvements Plan is available to review here. You may review the entire proposed Capital Improvement Plan here.

Previous year budget information is available to review here.

Reports

The 2017 Drinking Water Quality Report is available to review here.
The 2018 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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Apalachicola City Hall

192 Coach Wagoner Blvd.,
Apalachicola, FL 32320
(850) 653-9319 or (850) 653-8715

Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. - Contact Us

MAYOR'S WELCOME

Hello, I'm Mayor Kevin Begos.

Welcome. Apalachicola was founded in 1831, and we're proud of our historic buildings, our legendary seafood industry, and the many small businesses who have created unique restaurants and galleries.

We're a friendly, environmentally pristine, and walkable community with strong traditions.

This land where the Apalachicola River meets the Bay was first settled by native Americans thousands of years ago. Spanish explorers arrived in the early 1500s, followed by the English and French. Today we welcome visitors from around the world.

Apalachicola is a unique place to settle or live. Thank you for visiting, and please let us know if you have any questions or comments. We hope to see you soon.

~ Mayor Kevin Begos




For complaints or questions about discrimination in City employment or services, accessibility for persons with disabilities, or for fair housing complaints (not foreclosures), contact Ron Nalley at rnalley@cityofapalachicola.com or phone 850-653-8715, or mail: 192 Coach Wagoner Blvd., Apalachicola, FL 32320