Founder's Day Celebration

City of Mary Esther Founder’s Day - October 10, 1871 to 2014 - Celebrating 143 Years All Around Town!

We have tons of celebrations and activities happening, from Community Garden events to a city-wide fire drill - one lucky Mary Esther resident will win a big screen TV!

Mayor Margaret McLemore, City Councilmembers, City Manager Lynne Oler and City Staff invite you to morning coffee and an informal "Meet & Greet" at City Hall October 10th - 8am-5pm.
195 N. Christobal Rd. Mary Esther FL 32569

Mary Esther Fire Department Fire Prevention Week & Founder's Day Events - Open House October 10th - 8am-5pm City-wide Great Escape Fire Exit Drill In The Home (EDITH) at 6pm.
Submit your EDITH (Escape Drill In The Home) plans before October 9th - big screen TV drawing to held on October 10th!

Mary Esther Public Library GRAND RE-OPENING Celebration 10am-2pm
Join the celebration with the Friends of the Mary Esther Library! Plan to come for lunch and enjoy hamburgers & hotdogs on the grill for a donation.
*Door Prizes*Book Sale*Jewelry Sale*One Blood blood drive*
100 Hollywood Blvd. Mary Esther FL 32569

Mary Esther Community Garden Founder's Day Market in Springdale Park October 10th - 10am-5pm
Scarecrow Contest judging at 3:30pm!

Discover all the fun events, special discounts & sales at the Santa Rosa Mall ALL DAY on October 10th!
300 Mary Esther Blvd. Mary Esther FL 32569

SBA Loan Deadline

Low interest disaster loans are available in Okaloosa County and surrounding counties for damages and economic injury from recent storm impacts, (April 28 through May 6, 2014). The deadline to apply for U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) loans for damages is on July 7, 2014. The deadline for economic injury loans is February 6, 2015. Please click here for more information.

Pay Your Water Bill Online

We now offer convenient online Bill Pay! Simply click the button below. You will be redirected to the website that will process your water bill payment using your Visa or MasterCard debit/credit card.

Black Bear Awareness

A plan for long-term conservation of the Florida black bear, whose population is estimated at more than 3,000 today, compared with as few as 300 in the 1970s, was approved by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC).

“The Florida bear population is thriving. That is the success story, but we still have a lot of education to do,” FWC Commission Chairman Kathy Barco said. “Everyone loves bears, but not everyone wants them in their backyard. When people call to say, ‘Relocate this bear,’ we need to help that neighborhood learn the ways to coexist with the bear – take care of your garbage, dog food and bird feeders.”

The Florida Black Bear Management Plan is available online at MyFWC.com/Bear.

Resources:

Living in Bear Country
Securing Garbage
Scare That Bear
Bear Country and Securing Attractants

       

Fair Housing

The City of Mary Esther supports and promotes Fair Housing, Equal Employment Opportunity and Handicap Access. If you feel you've been discriminated against in regard to Housing, Equal Employment Opportunity, or Handicap Access, please contact the City Manager, Lynne Oler at 850-243-3566 ext. 14.

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