Issues can be reported to Public Works at Submit a Service Request or directly to the Walton County School District Facilities and Maintenance Department at 850-892-1100.
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A drainage issue can be reported to staff through the Submit a Service Request process in which staff will determine if the issue is located on public or private property. A response will be provided through the Submit a Service Request process. https://www.co.walton.fl.us/FormCenter/Public-Works-12/Public-Works-Service-Request-Form-144
A traffic issue for County maintained roads can be reported to staff through the Submit a Service Request process in which staff will determine if the issue is located on public or private property. If the concern is related to a traffic signal issue, the continuing services contractor will be contacted based upon staff’s determination. https://www.co.walton.fl.us/FormCenter/Public-Works-12/Public-Works-Service-Request-Form-144
Crosswalk locations are based on several factors. Among those are specified standards published in the MUTCD, AASHTO, Green book and other industry manuals. Public safety, volume of pedestrian traffic, proximity to existing pedestrian facilities and roadway characteristics are all important factors in determining if a crosswalk is warranted. To request staff to evaluate a location for a crosswalk, please submit the request to email@example.com for consideration. https://www.co.walton.fl.us/1365/Policies-and-Procedures
The County adopted a Traffic Calming policy on January 10, 2017, in which specified requirements shall be met for a traffic calming device to be warranted. https://www.co.walton.fl.us/1365/Policies-and-Procedure.
To request staff to evaluate a location for a traffic calming device, please submit the application to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.
If you would like to request Engineering to review the posted speed limit of a specified public roadway segment, you can utilize the Submit a Service Request process to formalize this request. Engineering staff will evaluate the request and determine if a speed study is warranted. Upon warrant, Engineering staff will conduct a speed zone analysis. If a speed modification is determined to be needed, then a request will be submitted to the BCC for their approval.
https://www.co.walton.fl.us/1365/Policies-and-Procedures Traffic Calming Policy.
Golf carts are unlicensed, unregistered motor vehicles that are specifically not allowed on public County Maintained roadways. Golf carts are defined by Section 320.01(22) Florida Statutes. LSVs (Low Speed Vehicles) are defined by Section 320.01(41) Florida Statute as any four wheeled vehicle that the top speed is greater than 20 mph but not greater than 25 mph. LSVs must be registered, titled, and insured and are allowed to operate on public roadways with a posted speed limit of 35 mph or less. Please see Florida Statutes for other requirements of LSVs.
Currently, the County only operates and maintains a sanitary sewer system in the Mossy Head Industrial Park area. If you need to report an issue for sewer in that area or if you need a sewer availability letter, please contact Public Works at 850-892-8108 or Submit a service request at https://www.co.walton.fl.us/FormCenter/Public-Works-12/Public-Works-Service-Request-Form-144. See helpful links below for other utility providers within Walton County.
Mossy Head Water Works (850) 892-8534
City of DeFuniak Springs Water & Sewer (850) 892-8503
City of Freeport Water & Sewer (850) 835-3137
City of Paxton Water & Sewer (850) 834-2716
Regional Utilities of South Walton (850) 231-5114
Inlet Beach Water Utility Authority (850) 231-4498
South Walton Utilities (850) 837-2988
Argyle Water System, Inc (850) 892-4566
No parking zones are established per Ordinance 22-07 - https://www.co.walton.fl.us/1365/Policies-and-Procedures
The County has identified pedestrian connectivity needs in South Walton as shown on the Multi-Use Path Master Plan. That plan is currently in the process of being updated and pedestrian needs in North Walton will be included on the updated plan. If you would like to submit a request to Public Works for consideration in the updated plan, send your request to email@example.com.