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    Open House scheduled for Panama City Neighborhood Plans

    You’re invited to upcoming events to define the vision for the neighborhoods of Glenwood, Millville and St. Andrews. The City of Panama City and Dover, Kohl & Partners will host an Open House at City Hall on August 31st, September 1st and 2nd. Read on...
  2. Photo of lake with the caption Swimming Advisory

    Swimming Advisory for Lake Ware has been LIFTED

    Update (August 5, 2020): The Florida Department of Health in Bay County (DOH-Bay) is lifting the advisory for Lake Ware. Read on...
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    Public Hearing to consider Fire Assessment scheduled for September 14th

    A Public Hearing will be held on September 14, 2020 for the Commission to consider the plan and vote whether to place the assessment on the November 2020 ad valorem tax bills. Read on...
  4. Drive Thru Testing

    Daily COVID-19 Testing Available in Bay County

    Bay County is opening three drive-thru, by-appointment COVID-19 testing sites. The polymerase chain reaction (PCR) swab tests will be analyzed at a dedicated lab for these testing sites, and results are expected within 48 hours or less. Read on...
  5. Home with ReHouse Bay logo in the center

    ReHouse Bay Initiative Assists Hurricane Michael Survivors

    The program, administered by the City of Panama City and Bay County, connects residents to nearly $36 million of State Housing Incentive Partnership (SHIP) funding appropriated by the Florida Legislature for Bay County. 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.