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 In an effort to provide the utmost standard for our visitors, the City of Panama City Beach would like to provide clarity and understanding of the requirements for vacation rental properties in Panama City Beach. Below, we have listed several national, state and local regulations that you will find helpful for your rental property. Click here to see the notice.

 

 

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CUSTOMER SERVICE

The City of Panama City Beach provides water, wastewater and reclaimed irrigation water services to residences and businesses in the City and unincorporated areas of Bay County between the Hathaway Bridge, West Bay Bridge, and Phillips Inlet Bridge. The City delivers drinking water to a service population of approximately 20,000 residential and  commercial buildings.

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Our mission is to provide our customer superior drinking water, reclaimed water and utility support services. 

CONTACT INFORMATION 

If you wish to start, stop or transfer service, or have questions about the City's utility services, meter readings, billings or payments, and reclaimed water service, please stop by the Public Works Department Office located at 110 S. Arnold Road Panama City Beach, Florida or contact us at 850-233-5100, during our normal business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. 

 

COMING SOON: Annual Water Quality Report - Starting July 1, 2015 you will be able to view the City of Panama City Beach annual water quality report on-line here.  This report contains important information about the source and quality of your drinking water.

If you visit the water quality link before July 1, 2015 you will be viewing last year's report.