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The following categories identify open burning allowed by state rules.
Note: Although state rules may allow for open burning, counties and municipalities may prohibit these types of open burning. Please check with your local government to inquire about local ordinances or bans prior to open burning.
Recreational open burning of vegetative debris and untreated wood in a campfire, ceremonial bonfire, outdoor fireplace, or other contained outdoor heating or cooking device is allowed pursuant to subsections 62-256.700(10) and 5I-2.006(11), F.A.C., as long as the fire is attended at all times and completely extinguished before leaving the premises unattended. No authorization is required from Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) or Florida Forest Service (FFS) for recreational open burning.
Open burning of “yard waste” (defined as leaves, shrub trimmings, grass clippings, palm fronds, and brush) on residential premises of not more than two family units is allowed, provided that the below requirements in subsection 62-256.700(1), F.A.C., are met:
Materials with asbestos
Devices with mercury
For more information please read, Florida Forest Service Burning Information, or contact the Florida Forest Service (Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Walton, and Washington Counties) (850)373-1801.
Each Department has a different hiring timeline. You may be contacted by phone or email if you are selected for an interview. *Ensure you have an active voicemail box and email address so we may contact you.
If you are not selected or an interview, you will receive a letter by mail, following the close of the position you applied for, notifying you that you were not selected at this time for this position.
Please contact HR for more information.
We do not close a posting until an applicant has been selected for hire, unless otherwise stated in the job notice.
Visit our website to view current job openings.
If you turn in your application stating that you wish to be considered for any open position, we will review your qualifications and consider your application accordingly. Should there not be any open positions at that time, we will retain your application until the next position becomes open and submit it the hiring supervisor for consideration.
You can download our Employment Application, complete it, and send it in via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, mail it to PO Box 685, DeFuniak Springs, FL 32435, or hand deliver to City Hall at 1350 Baldwin Ave, DeFuniak Springs, FL 32435.
Yes, you will need to complete a new application for each position you wish to be considered.
Jet-A Full Service (8:00 A.M.- 5:00 P.M.) 100LL Assisted Service (8:00 A.M.- 5:00 P.M.) 24 Hour a day 100LL Self Service and JET-A+ Prist. NATA Certified Line Service personnel Pilot lounge Flight Planning Area Free Wi-Fi Clean restrooms Coffee Snacks and beverages Crew car Enterprise Rent-A-Car delivery and pickup Convenient food and lodging near airport Located 30 minutes away from the prestine sugar white beaches of South Walton County Corporate and Private aircraft hangers Aircraft tie downs Pilot vehicle storage Aircraft Maintenance and Avionics FAA Certified Repair Station GPS landing approaches
Yes, the City is currently accepting applications for T-hangars. Contact the Airport Services Supervisor at (850) 892-2000 or email@example.com for more information.
DeFuniak Springs Airport, from I-101. Turn north (left hand turn) onto HWY 331 via Exit 852. Continue north on HWY 331 for 2 miles3. Turn left onto HWY 90 and continue for 2.5 miles4. Turn left onto Gene Hurley Rd and continue for 1.0 mile5. Event parking will be located at Gene Hurly Park
DeFuniak Springs Airport via 331, from the south1. Turn left onto HWY 90 and continue for 2.5 miles2. Turn left onto Gene Hurley Rd and continue for 1.0 mile3. Event parking will be located at Gene Hurly Park
DeFuniak Springs Airport via US 331, from the north1. Turn right on HWY 90 and continue for 2.5 miles2. Turn left onto Gene Hurley Rd and continue for 1.0 mile3. Event parking will be located at Gene Hurly Park
DeFuniak Springs Airport via US 90, from the east1. Turn left onto Gene Hurley Rd and continue for 1.0 mile2. Event parking will be located at Gene Hurly Park
DeFuniak Springs Airport via US 90, from the west1. Turn right onto Gene Hurley Rd and continue for 1.0 mile2. Event parking will be located at Gene Hurly Park
Please see Ordinance 866.
Yes. If you would like to set up an appointment to view a City Facility you may call City Hall at (850) 892-8500 ext 1105.
We have a wide range of rooms and facilities available. We can accommodate your wedding reception, family party, or business meeting. In order to rent a City facility, you will need to complete the appropriate facility contract, turn it in at City Hall, and pay in full for the reservation. If you have additional questions please call City Hall at (850) 892-8500 ext 1105.
Cindy PermenterMayor's OfficeCity Hall1350 Baldwin AveDeFuniak Springs, Florida 32435
Magnolia Cemetery or call the Cemetery Maintenance Foreman Chris Mitchell at (850) 520-8169.
Yes. The entire municipal code is available online.
Zoning Ordinance and Zoning Map
No. However, a Department of Health license and inspection is required by the State of Florida.
Please visit Walton County Property Appraiser to determine tax district.
Yes. Please fill out and return to City Hall, 1350 Baldwin Ave, DeFuniak Springs, FL 32435.
Contact the Utility Billing at (850) 892-8503 to establish new utility service. The consumer will need to submit an application with two forms of identification (Social Security Card and FL Drivers License) and pay adequate deposits.
Please create a work order here.
Contact Public Works at (850) 892-8534 for outages on Baldwin Avenue and Circle Drive. For all others, contact the local electric company, FPL.
Place a work order for Public Works here.
Waste Management at (850)389-6121.
Contact Waste Management (850)-389-6121.
Contact Waste Management at (850) 389-6121.