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  1. Photo of lake with the caption Swimming Advisory

    Swimming Advisory issued for Panama City waterways

    At this time, the City would advise citizens to not swim in any of the City's bayous nor enter stormwater retention ponds. Read on...
  2. Damaged docks at Panama City Marina

    Boat Ramp at Panama City Marina closed due to Hurricane Sally damage

    The fixed dock and floating dock suffered damage from storm surge from Hurricane Sally. The City will be assessing the damage and identifying needed repairs when storm conditions improve. Read on...
  3. Hurricane Sally image and graphic

    City Commission declares State of Emergency due to Hurricane Sally.

    The City Commission declared a State of Emergency due to Hurricane Sally. This action allows the City Manager to expend necessary assets and resources of the City to address anticipated impact to the City’s sewer system. Read on...
  4. Graphic that reads Fiscal Year 2021 Tentative Budget

    View the Fiscal Year 2021 Tentative Budget here

    The Second Public Hearing for the Fiscal Year 2021 Budget and Millage rate for the City and Downtown Improvement Board will be held in conjunction with the Commission Meeting on September 21, 2020 at 5:01 p.m. Read on...
  5. Photo of Fire Truck with phrase, Fire Assessment

    City Commission approves Fire Service Assessment

    The City Commission voted on September 14, 2020 and approved a Fire Service Assessment, which will placed on the November 2020 ad valorem tax bills. Read on...
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Hurricane Michael Recovery

The Panama City Florida Hurricane Disaster Relief Fund, Inc. can accept donations for Hurricane Michael relief. Please click the "Donate" button below to get to PayPal.

If you would like to donate to ReTreePC, please click the "Donate" button below and type "ReTreePC" in the notes section of PayPal. 

ReTreePC is an initiative to replant 100,000 trees in Panama City by 2025. The City uses donations made to ReTreePC to plant new trees in the City’s parks and give trees to citizens to plant at their homes.