The City of Panama City’s debris removal contractor, Crowder Gulf, begun the “Last Pass” to pick up debris generated by Hurricane Michael on July 10, 2019. The effort to collect all remaining debris within city limits is expected to take about four weeks. Read on...
The City discovered a sewage leak in a heavily wooded storm water ditch located in the 600 Block of N. Palo Alto Avenue. The Public Works Department took immediate action to stop the leak and repair the broken sewer line. Read on...
The City of Panama City gained preliminary support by the Triumph Gulf Coast, Inc. Board to move forward in seeking funding for the construction of a convention/civic center. Read on...
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Hurricane Michael Recovery
- Need help removing debris? Register for the Private Property Debris Removal Program!
- Sign Up for Operation Clean Sweep!
- Volunteers, please fill out this online form. (You may also print your own form by clicking here or pick-up a form from City Hall.)
- If you have a concern or question about a high water bill, please fill out this form so we may review your account and make any needed adjustments.
- Open Businesses in Panama City
The Panama City Florida Hurricane Disaster Relief Fund, Inc. can accept donations for Hurricane Michael relief.