Photograph byXynn Tii
St. Francis Drive/McClure Drive Roadway Restriction
Grand Opening Celebration For
The New Gulf Breeze Community Center
With A Special Dedication To The
Late Representative Clay Ford
Tuesday, June 18, Beginning at 5:30p.m.
Music, Tours and Light Hors d'oeuvres - Everyone Welcome!
Invasive Plant Notice: Beach Vitex (Vitex rotundifolia) is a fast spreading invasive plantalong the coast that quickly displaces native dune plants. If you believe you have this plant in your yard and would like information on how to remove it, please contact Rick O'Connor at the University of Florida County Extension Office: email@example.com or 850-475-5230. click here
2013 Garbage Pickup Guidelines and Schedules. For schedule amd maps click here.
City of Gulf Breeze On-Line Utility Billing Services
E-Mails from the City of Gulf Breeze, click here to sign up. The City of Gulf Breeze is interested is using email as cost effective and rapid communications method with its residents and customers. Our interest is to provide better and more timely communications. You will always have the ability to opt-out of receiving our emails. Please let your neighbors in Gulf Breeze know about this service.
Copy of City of Gulf Breeze Comprehensive Plan -
Click here for pdf copy of Goals, Objectives and Policies.
Click here for Atlas Map. Click here
for City's response to the Objections, Recommendation, and Comments Report.
The City of Gulf Breeze promotes fair housing through adopted ordinance # 15-09. Interested persons may click here and download a copy of Ordinance 15-09. For additional questions on fair housing, please contact, Dave Szymanski, at (850) 934-5106. Please click on the following link to view a short U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development video on fair housing: Click here.
"Report an Outage" - STREETLIGHT REPAIRS AND REPORTING
Streetlights within the City are provided and maintained by Gulf Power, not the City. When a streetlight is malfunctioning or broken you can report it directly to Gulf Power.
800 GU POWER (800 487-6937)
You should be ready to provide your name, contact information, the specific problem with the light and address of the light (as well as the P-Tag number if possible). Each pole has a P-Tag number which is the best identifier. It is a round silver metal tag with a six diget number following the P. In addition, Gulf Power suggests using a bright color ribbon or tape to mark the power pole so their crews can easily indentify the reported light during the day. Here is a link to the Gulf Power web site, click here.
Deadman's Island Restoration Project - The City of Gulf Breeze has partnered with Northwest Florida Coastal & Aquatic Managed Areas to restore the degrading aquatic ecosystem in the vicinity of Deadman's Island. Click here for more project information.
Addressing Standards click here
Community Redevelopment Design Guidelines - click here. (large pdf format)
Community Redevelopment Agency: Urban Design Standards - click here. (pdf format)