HELP WALTON COUNTY PROTECT THE PUBLIC'S RIGHT TO USE OUR BEACHES

Submit evidence of customary use of South Walton Beaches.  Email photographs of yourself or others enjoying local beaches.  Submit a written affidavit to the County.

Submit Your Photos

Include Name, Location and Date

BeachIssues@co.walton.fl.us

Submit an Affidavit

View Affidavit Instructions

Download Affidavit Form

View Map of County Beach Areas

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Can be mailed to: 161 East Sloss Ave.    DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433

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  1. CURRENT BEACH CONDITIONS

    Safely Enjoy the South Walton Beaches by Knowing the Beach Safety Flag System. View Current Conditions

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO ADOPT A FORMAL NOTICE OF INTENT TO AFFIRM THE EXISTENCE OF RECREATIONAL CUSTOMARY USES ON PRIVATE PROPERTY

The Walton County Board of County Commissioners proposes to adopt a formal Notice of Intent to affirm the existence of recreational customary uses on beachfront property in Walton County, Florida.

You are hereby notified that a Public Hearing on the Notice of Intent will be held on November 3, 2018, beginning at 9:00 a.m., or as soon as possible to that time, at the South Walton High School located at 645 Greenway Trail, Santa Rosa Beach, Florida.

Please be governed accordingly.

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    Walton County has recently opened a new Corporate Sponsorship opportunity for businesses to sponsor scoreboards at the County’s new Sports Complex that is now under construction in South Walton. Read on...
  2. PUBLIC HEARING TO ADOPT A FORMAL NOI TO AFFIRM THE EXISTENCE OF RECREATIONAL CUSTOMARY USE

    The Walton County Board of County Commissioners proposes to adopt a formal Notice of Intent to affirm the existence of recreational customary uses on beachfront private property in Walton County, Florida. Read on...
  3. PUBLIC HEARING: ORDINANCE PROTECTING THE PUBLIC’S LONG-STANDING CUSTOMARY USE OF THE DRY SAND

    AN ORDINANCE OF WALTON COUNTY, FLORIDA, PROTECTING THE PUBLIC’S LONG-STANDING CUSTOMARY USE OF THE DRY SAND AREAS OF THE BEACHES Read on...
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    Follow the Walton County Beach Rules
    • Leave No Trace - Items left on beach overnight will be discarded
    • Permits Required - Vehiclesdogs and bonfires require permits
    • Stay Safe - Obey all beach flag warnings
    • Sea Turtle Season rules, ordinances and laws
    • Know Before You Go (Beach and Waterways Ordinance 2018-15)
      • To prevent crowding, no tents larger than 10x10 are permitted on county owned or maintained beaches (Section 22-54 (q))
      • No glass containers are permitted on the beach (Section 22-54 (d))
      • Removal of sand, water or vegetation is strictly prohibited
      • Keep off the dunes
      • Beach bonfire permits and rules (Section 22-54 (b))

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