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Roadway Activities
On June 24, 2013 the Walton County Board of Commissioners voted to not accept any Roadway Activity Applications until After Labor Day.


A “roadway activity” is any activity that may affect the safe and normal movement of vehicular and pedestrian traffic along the county roadway systems, or which may require the assistance of local, county or state law enforcement agencies. Roadway activities include, but are not limited to, marches, parades, organized bicycle or pedestrian races, fundraisers, festivals or other activities that may impact roadway operations.


Walton County has a responsibility to provide a safe and efficient roadway system for all users. Any activity affecting county roads must first obtain a Roadway Activity Permit from Walton County Administration. Please note Walton County will not permit activities on State or Federal roadways.

Roadway Activity Permit Applications are available at Walton County Administration or on the county website www.co.walton.fl.us. Applicants must demonstrate that the non-profit activity has a charitable benefit for the citizens of Walton County. Limit two roadway activities per group/applicant annually. Roadway activities such as solicitations and fundraisers shall not be held on holidays. Applications shall be submitted not less than 30 days prior to the roadway activity. Applications may be submitted via email, fax or mail. If you have any questions about the application, please contact Walton County Administration at (850) 892-8155.


The roadway activity organizer is responsible for coordinating with all local government agencies that may be impacted by the activity. This includes, but is not limited to, Walton County Sheriff’s Department, Walton County Code Enforcement, North and/or South Walton Fire Department.

Roadway activities shall not block private drives, entrances or access to any private property.

All activity participants shall wear safety vests and follow the rules established herein.

All signage may be placed in the county right-of-way two days before the activity and must be removed two days after the activity. Signage can be no larger than 18” x 24” and must be placed with wire, or similar, stakes.

When conducting roadway activities such as solicitations or fundraisers, all participants must remain out of the roadway. Participants may approach a vehicle to collect contributions, but must not hold up traffic.

The Roadway Activity Permit shall be available on site at all times during the activity.