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Private Property Debris Removal, Right-of Entry

At this time, Jackson County will he removing the Right-of-Entry Forms from the County website until a date has been established that Private Property Debris Removal has been allowed, and work begins to remove debris piled along the documented and named private roads. Once that date has been established, Jackson County or one of its representatives will be in contact with anyone that has debris piled on or along these private road right-of-ways. Such debris, once approved for pick up, will require an approved right-of-entry form signed at that time.Jackson County Logo - small

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November 30, 2018

Additional Town Hall Meetings Scheduled – Update on Temporary Housing

Marianna, FLA – Two additional Town Hall meetings are scheduled for the first of next week. Next week, Sneads Town Hall will be the location for the meeting, scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. CST on Monday, December 3, 2018. The address for Sneads Town Hall is 2028 Third Ave., Sneads, FL.

On Tuesday, December 4, 2018 the Graceville Civic Center will be the venue for the third Town Hall Meeting. That meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. CST at 5224 Brown Street, Graceville, FL.

As with the first Town Hall meeting, representatives from FEMA will be present as well as local officials. An update will be given on the debris removal process and the Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, Tiffany Garling, will speak regarding disaster unemployment. The deadline to apply for FEMA disaster assistance is December 10, 2018.

In an effort to permit the residents of Jackson County to live in temporary housing due to the damage sustained from Hurricane Michael, the Board of County Commissioners is allowing the use of Recreational Vehicles (RVs) on premises for a period of 18 months.  The time period is effective November 20, 2018 through May 20, 2020.  This grace period will allow our residents to have shelter while repairing or rebuilding their homes.  All County property owners must register the RVs through Community Development by completing a Residential Development Order (RDO).  Once the RDO is approved a permit must be obtained through the Building Department.  The Board waived the fees for RDOs and permits for RVs as long as evidence of storm related damage is provided.  For information you may contact Community Development at 850-482-9367 or the Building Department at 850-482-9802. 

Open positions for Mechanics and Equipment Operators

The Jackson County Road and Bridge Department is accepting applications for all Mechanic positions and Equipment Operators. Click this link or come in person to complete an application and submit them at the Jackson County Emergency Operations Complex located at 2819 Panhandle Road, Marianna, Florida 32446. Jackson County Logo - small

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