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If you have any questions about what is required of you to achieve compliance with Code Enforcement, please contact the investigator assigned to your case. The investigator’s name is listed at the bottom of the notice you received. You can also call our main number at (850) 871-4672.
The amount of the fine is determined by the severity of the violation and can range up to $500 per day for each day that the violation continues to exist. Except for irreversible and some repeated violations, all violators are given a reasonable amount of time to correct the violations prior to a fine being given.
Yes. Reports are available at the:
252 N. Star Ave.
Callaway, FL 32404
Yes. We are happy to schedule tours of our fire station. Our firefighters will also visit your location to present fire and life safety education programs. For more information or to schedule a visit, contact us at (850) 871-5300.
A multi-purpose fire extinguisher is best for the home. Look for the rating to be at least 2A:10B:C on the label. This extinguisher can be used on any type of fire commonly found in the home. It will often be labeled A-B-C and may be located at many retail establishments.
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Open daily 7:00 AM - 9:00 PM (unless scheduled event)
The City of Callaway has a contract for a concessionaire to provide beverages, food, and snacks during practices, league games, and events held at the parks.
You can fish Monday through Saturday, from 7:00 am to dusk. All adults must be accompanied by a child (up to 16 years old) to be able to fish.
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For insurance purposes you will need to obtain a survey or a Flood Elevation Certificate from a licensed surveyor. For further information please call the Planning Department at (850) 871-4672.
Please note that sheds are only allowed in the side and rear yards, and must be a minimum of 10 feet from your home and 5 feet from the property lines. Please contact the Planning Department at (850) 871-4672 with any questions.
The primary legislation governing drinking water quality is the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). To ensure the highest quality, the SDWA requires each public water utility to implement a regular program of sample collection and laboratory analysis. Contaminants that can cause acute health effects are monitored daily. Other contaminants are monitored weekly, and still others undergo monthly testing. Monitoring results are reported regularly to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which work together to see that all requirements are followed. Strict adherence to monitoring and testing are the best guarantee for safe drinking.
The City of Callaway publishes a Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) annually to inform the public of our water quality. This is mailed to each customer. A copy can be obtained at City Hall or Public Works.
Fluoride is also added and maintained to an optimum level of 0.8 parts per million as recommended by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.