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ALERT! Cape San Blas Road

12/21/18 (10:23am) Cape San Blas Road at the rocks may be washed out soon if the wave action continues. A significant section is already compromised and a large road crew is out there now. Please take precaution and drive with great care. Be Kind, Be Gentle, Be Patient, Be Safe. Dr. Pat

FYI: Demolition of Homes

There seems to continue to be some confusion about removal of homes that were destroyed by Michael.  In Gulf County homes that need to be demolished CAN be moved to the roadside until January 31st. There is some possibility that timeline will be extended for another 30 days byFEMA but there is no guarantee.  Now, thanks to […]

Giving Thanks

 While many of us have lost much due to Hurricane Michael, let us take a moment to reflect on what we are thankful for.  We can be thankful for the kindness of the strangers who came from near and far to help us after the hurricane.  And we can be thankful that we, our family […]

Mandatory Evacuations Gulf County

Gulf County BOCC has declared a MANDATORY EVACUATION From the State Park to Indian Pass 30 A to Simmons Bayou, portions of the City of PSJ, St Joe Beach-water side of 98, Highland View Windmark, Beacon Hill-water side of 98,  as well as all RVs and mobile homes in Gulf County. The present projection as […]

Tropical Storm Michael

Good Morning Everyone, Below is a summary of the latest update from NWS-Tallahassee. We will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as they become available. Gulf County Emergency Management

The Beach Renourishment Project To Start Monday, October 8th.

The Beach Renourishment Project is slated to start this upcoming Monday, October 8th. It will begin just south of Scallop Cove and continue south towards the Stump Hole (Note Map). It will continue for at least 16 days. Further information on the full project will be announced as it is confirmed. They will work on a […]