Primary Elections
Results for the primaries are in!
Florida County Buyers Guide
The one stop shop for products and services for county governments
FAC's Online Directory
Find who you're looking for in our online directory!
Federal Updates
Read weekly updates on federal legislation and grants
News & Notes
View All

  • Wednesday, September 07, 2016

    FWC Derelict Vessel Grants

    Read More

    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) has just announced an opportunity to apply for Derelict Vessel Removal Grants.   An initial amount of $1,200,000 will be allotted, but the opportunity will be for a limited time – beginning on September 12, 2016, and ending at the close of business on October 27, 2016.  The grant guidelines and application form may be downloaded at or by contacting Phil Horning at (850) 617-9540 or email   Completed applications may be mailed to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Boating and Waterways Section, Derelict Vessel Grant Program Administrator at 620 S. Meridian Street – Room 235, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1600 or emailed to

  • Wednesday, September 07, 2016

    Policy Conference Discount Deadline September 8th

    Read More

    The next discount deadline is Sept. 8th --- register TODAY!  After September 8th, registration fees will increase (to $210 for a commissioner/county staff). 

    The 2016-17 Policy Committee Conference will be held at the Hutchinson Island Marriott in Martin County (555 NE Ocean Blvd., Stuart, FL 34996). This event brings together the FAC Legislative Policy Committees to examine the Association's agenda for the next legislative session.  You do not have to serve on a policy committee to attend; all commissioners and county staff are encouraged to register!  

    CLICK HERE to register online. 

    Click here to view the preliminary agenda.

  • Wednesday, September 07, 2016

    September 1, 2016 opens the call for applications for Safe Routes to School Applications in Florida

    Read More

    Florida is seeking applications to plan, develop, implement and evaluate eligible Safe Routes to School (SRTS) infrastructure projects. Eligible recipients of these funds to be used for SRTS projects are limited to state, local and regional transportation maintaining agencies, including Schools and School Districts. Schools and School Districts will need to partner with a maintaining agencies to complete the projects. Applications will be accepted only from these entities. Recipients of SRTS funds will be responsible for all aspects of project implementation. Eligible SRTS projects shall directly support increased safety and convenience for students in grades K-high school to walk and/or bicycle to/from school. In addition, all projects that use SRTS funds shall comply with applicable federal, state and local provisions. Information about important dates as well as a link to the website for the application and guidelines can be accessed here.  For more information please feel free to contact your local FDOT SRTS Coordinator at 850-414-4098.  

View More News & Notes
Local Jobs Happen




  • FPL_logo
  • HS_full_Logo_4C-newtag
  • FBMC_logo_color
  • BMLlogocolor
  • Clarke-newlogo
  • logo_NandEagle_Horiz_OYS_3C_eps
  • WM_logo
  • Jones_Edmunds_logo_2015_Tagline
  • NGNlogo
  • BMO_Logo_2008
  • GehringGroup_logo_stacked
  • TFG_BW-2013Logo3
  • FACT_Logo_2013_NEW_Navyjpg


Your Name Your Email Your Message

Thank you for contacting us!

Your message has been sent to