Final FY 2021 Budget Hearing: PUBLIC HEARING CITY OF CRESCENT CITY THE CITY OF CRESCENT CITY COMMISSION WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING FOR THE SECOND AND FINAL READING ON SEPTEMBER 24, 2020 AT 5:15 P.M., CONCERNING THE ADOPTION OF: ORDINANCE 20-03 AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR, APPROVING AND FIXING THE BUDGET; SETTING THE MILLAGE LEVY AT 8.5914; ALLOWING FOR GENERAL OPERATIONS OF THE CITY AND ITS VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS; APPROVING AND FIXING BUDGETS FOR SPECIAL FUNDS AND DEBT SERVICE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 2020 AND ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2021. The Hearing will be held via communications media technology in accord with Governor DeSantis Executive Order Number 20-69 issued on March 20, 2020. This meeting may be attended thru electronic media by following the instructions of the following links: Zoom - and YouTube - Interested members of the public will have two (2) options to submit comments for the record regarding any matter on the agenda or for matters not on the agenda. Option 1:     Email comments before 12 noon the day prior to the meeting to [email protected] and to the reasonable extent possible they will be read in the record. (400-word limit and assuming emails are received timely). Option 2:     Mail written comments to City Hall at 3 N Summit St, Crescent City, FL 32112and to the reasonable extent possible they will be read in the record. (400-word limit and assuming letters are received timely).   Persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in order to participate in this hearing should contact City Hall at 698-2525 at least 24 hours in advance to request accommodations.  


It’s Not Too Late to Respond to the 2020 Census Crescent City!

If you have not completed your 2020 U.S. Census Survey, there is still time!  95% of households receive their census invitation in the mail (these were sent in March, with reminders sent in April).  As of August 18, 49% of City of Crescent City residents have responded (compared to 61% in Florida and 64% across the U.S.).  Every household has the option of responding online, by mail, or by phone.  Households that have not responded may receive a visit from a census worker between Aug. 11 and Oct. 31 to help complete the form and ensure everyone is counted.  For more about the census and how the data is used, go to

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