Franklin County Emergency Management’s Mission is to minimize loss of life, personal injury, damage to property or the environment caused by natural or man-made disasters that affect the community.
EASTPOINT FIRE DONATIONS
Eastpoint Fire – Animals
Animal Control is on site collecting Animals from the Eastpoint Fire. Please call 850-670-8167 for information.
07/01/18 8:30 PM Eastpoint Fire Update
The Following Services are being offered at the Eastpoint Fire House on Monday 07/02/18 and Tuesday 07/03/18 to assist people affected by the Eastpoint Fire.
The Salvation Army will be preparing meals and supplying cleanup buckets as needed.
Water and other necessities are located at the fire house also. Please stop by, register and let us know if there are items that you need.
10:00am to 2:00pm
- The County is coordinating with private contractors who are willing to clear the affected lots and remove the debris at no cost to the property owners. Before any of these contractors can gain access to these lots, a County demolition/debris removal permit is required along with the property owner’s signature on a Hold Harmless agreement. A County Permitting Clerk will be issuing these permits, at no cost to the property owner and obtaining the necessary signatures. This is a one-time opportunity! Only the property owner can obtain the permit and sign the Hold Harmless agreement. If you have any questions please contact the County’s Planning and Zoning Office at (850) 653-9783 ext. 373
- Department of Children & Families ACCESS staff to assist those who need to replace their June Food Assistance benefits lost due to the fire or to apply for Food Assistance (SNAP)
Non-Perishable Food Items and Access to Showers are available at the First Baptist Church on Ave A.