Manatee County Building and Development Services Department has opened a new annex office in Ellenton to serve Manatee County’s fastest-growing areas. The North River Annex, located at 5030 U.S. Highway 301, was formerly a Manatee Sheriff’s Office sub-station. It provides permitting areas for local contractors and builders to do business. All permitting, planning, development and review services offered at the downtown Admin Building will be offered at the new annex. read on Manatee Building & Development Services North River Annex Now Open
Manatee County is in the process of developing the 2017-2021 Consolidated Plan for the Community Development Block Grant (federal funding). Please complete a survey by clicking on the link below, to let us know what you think the community needs are in Manatee County and in your neighborhood. read on Let Us Know What You Think Your Community Needs
MANATEE COUNTY, FL (Nov. 29, 2016) – Parks lovers and outdoor enthusiasts will have a chance to shape the future of parks, green spaces and trails throughout Manatee County during by providing input over the next two months. Manatee County Parks and Natural Resources Department, working with consultant Kimley-Horn and Associates, will host six upcoming meetings to gather public opinions that will be a part of the county’s Parks Master Plan. When complete, the Parks Master Plan will provide a 15-year blueprint for the county to develop and maximize recreation and open space amenities.
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Receive voice, text or e-mail notifications generated by government and public safety officials by signing up with our new CodeRED Emergency Notification System. The secure Community Notification Enrollment (CNE) page allows residents and businesses to add or update their contact information to ensure they will be included when a message is sent – unlisted numbers, mobile numbers, TDD/TTY requirements can also be entered. read on Be the first to know with Manatee's CodeRED Emergency Notification System
During the 2016 General Election, Manatee County voters approved a half-cent sales tax to pay for local roads, parks and public safety needs. Learn more about the sales tax and find out which road, public safety and parks projects will receive sales tax funding.
Manatee County business owners may now sign up for the Business Recovery Directory, a free emergency information exchange network. The information businesses provide will help emergency managers reach business owners with local resources in the event of an emergency. read on Sign up now for Manatee's Business Recovery Directory