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PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER NOTICE.
To residential customers and guests of the City of Panama City Beach water system at the following location: Wild Heron Way, Wild Heron Subdivision. Due to the planned replacement of the Wild Heron subdivision master water meter, the area listed above will experience a scheduled temporary loss in pressure between the hours of 12:00 a.m. through 3:00 a.m. on June 19, 2018. If you live in the Wild Heron subdivision, you may experience discolored water approximately 24 hours after your water service has been restored. As a precaution, we advise that all water used for drinking, making ice, brushing teeth, or washing of dishes be boiled. A rolling boil of one minute is sufficient. As an alternative, bottled water may be used.
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From party strip to upscale vacation spot, Panama City Beach’s Front Beach Road will evolve into a new era in beachside fun, if locals have anything to say about it.
Front Beach Road is the artery that feeds the heart of tourism in Panama City Beach, and now it is undergoing a procedure that should dramatically improve the health of the vacation town.
UPDATE ON THE CRA
The Panama City Beach Community Redevelopment Agency is on its 8th year and well on its way with the 3rd construction project. Both Richards Jackson Boulevard and Churchwell Road & Public Parking Lot are complete with welcome improvements being enjoyed. The Front Beach Road/South Thomas Drive Segment is under construction and currently 50% complete.
INVESTING IN PROGRESS
April 10, 2011
Beach Agency ‘still on full blast’ despite economy.
Panama City Beach – Assistant City Manager Mario Gisbert was in Washington, D.C., recently with other Florida transportation experts trying to wring a few extra federal transportation dollars from lawmakers.
He also was trying to convince federal officials about the importance of road funding for local economic development, attempting to put his finger in a dike where the flow of federal funds is swiftly draining back to Washington.