What you need to know about the proposed Additional Homestead Exemption, which will appear on the 2018 ballot as Amendment 1.
Need To Report A Pothole, Make A Code Violation Complaint Or Apply For A Building Permit Online, There’s An App For That!
The City of Mary Esther is pleased to introduce a new application allowing citizens to report maintenance problems, code violations or apply for building permits, all at the convenience of their mobile device. Introducing the Citizen Engagement mobile app for permitting and complaints. The app is free and allows users to do anything from reporting a pothole, damaged sidewalk or fallen tree on the right-of-way to making a complaint about that pesky barking dog, your neighbor’s lack of property maintenance or parking violations. Users are also able to apply for building permits to get a jump start on the permitting process.
So how do you sign up? Visit the link below and you can quickly create a free account that will give you instant access. You can also download the mobile app in the app store on your mobile device by searching "iworq citizen engagement". If you need assistance or have questions, please call 850-243-3566 Ext.16 during regular business hours.
Agency Code: Mary01
The 2016 Consumer Confidence Report - Water Quality is now available online to view. This report will be mailed with the Residential Water Bills and will also be available in hard-copy form at City Hall.