Town of Beverly Beach, Florida



                       It's Hurricane Season!
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  • Mayor Jim Ardell, 386.439.6888 (term expires March 2015)
  • Commissioner Gerry Gersbach, 386.338.4167 (term expires March 2016)
  • Commissioner Larry Mathies, 386.439.6888 (term expires March 2015)
  • Commissioner William Senn, 386.439.6888 (term expires March 2015)
  • Commissioner Sandy Siepietoski, 386.439.6888 (term expires March 2015)
  • Commissioner Debra Wingo, 321.299.4168 (term expires March 2016)
  • Town Clerk Donna Francis, 386.439.6888


  • Animal Control, 386.445.1188
  • Board of County Commissioners, 386.313.4000
  • Building Department, 386.313.4002
  • Central Permitting, 386.313.4003
  • Circuit Court Clerk, 386.437.7430
  • County Administrator, 386.313.4001
  • Emergency Services (NON-EMERGENCY), 386.313.4200
  • Health Department, 386.437.7350
  • Property Appraiser, 386.313.4150
  • School Department, 386.437.7526
  • Sheriff's Department (NON-EMERGENCY), 386.437.4116
  • Supervisor of Elections, 386.313.4170
  • Tax Collector, 386.313.4160
  • Utilities, 386.313.4192
  • Veterans' Services, 386.313.4014


City of Bunnell, 386.313.4060

City of Flagler Beach, 386.517.2000
Fire Department (non-emergency) 386.517-2010
Recycling and Sanitation, 386.517.2017

City of Palm Coast, 386-986-3700


Flagler County Shelter Information

The following shelters are designated as official shelter locations for
Flagler County residents. Not all shelters will open for every emergency, so it is
important to monitor local media, check this website, or call the Flagler County
Emergency Services information line at (386)586-5111 to find out
which shelters are open at the time of the emergency

Flagler/PC High School
3265 East Moody Blvd., Palm Coast
SR 100 between Belle Terre Parkway & I-95, across from Airport

Indian Trails Middle School
5505 Belle Terre Parkway, Palm Coast
In Palm Coast, 3 miles north of Palm Coast Parkway

Bunnell Elementary School (Special Needs Shelter)
800 East Howe Street, Bunnell
In Bunnell, 2 blocks north of SR 100, via Orange Street

Wadsworth Elementary School
4550 Belle Terre Parkway, Palm Coast
In Palm Coast, 1/2 mile south of Palm Coast Parkway

Old Kings Elementary School
301 South Old Kings Road, Flagler Beach
West of Flagler Beach, just east of I-95 at Old Kings Road and SR 100

Belle Terre Elementary School
5345 Belle Terre Pkwy, Palm Coast
In Palm Coast, 3 miles north of Palm Coast Pkwy

Rymfire Elementary School
1425 Rymfire Dr., Palm Coast
In Palm Coast, just north of Royal Palms Parkway

Matanzas High School
3535 North Old Kings Rd., Palm Coast
In Palm Coast, 3 miles north of Palm Coast Parkway

These shelters do not accept pets.

For information on disaster shelters for your pet contact the
Flagler County Extension Service at (386)437-746

Areas east of I-95 have been declared a primary hurricane evacuation zone.

If you live in a mobile or manufactured home, be prepared to evacuate. These types of homes will not withstand hurricane force winds or wind-blown debris.  

When you evacuate, designate someone who lives away from the path of the hurricane to be your contact person. Keep this contact person apprised of your situation and tell family and friends who your contact person is. Include a phone number and e-mail address.

CAUTION: Be aware that there may be NO fire department or law enforcement services available if a strong hurricane strikes. Choosing to "ride it out" during a hurricane is a major decision that is dangerous and potentially life-threatening, not only for you but for any rescue personnel involved in helping to evacuate you during or after the storm. (Remember Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans!) Be fully prepared by having sufficient food and fresh water for at least a week (including enough for pets). Make sure your vehicle's gas tank is full, as well as having adequate fuel for your generator, if you have one. Check your medications and ensure that you have ten days' to two weeks' supply.

When you evacuate:

  • Do so early
  • Board up or shutter windows and brace garage doors
  • Plan your route
  • Have a place to stay
  • Make hotel reservations early
  • Have valid Florida ID (all family members)
  • Keep a hurricane supply kit ready including family necessities and medications

The Surfside Estates clubhouse is the emergency relief center for our Town. It is the distribution center for food, water, and current information. It IS NOT a shelter and may not be used for overnight stays.


Category 1: Winds of 74 mph to 95 mph, 4-5 feet storm surge, and minimal damage

Category 2: Winds from 96 mph to 110 mph, 6-8 feet storm surge, and moderate damage

Category 3: Winds from 111 mph to 130 mph, 9-12 feet storm surge, and extensive damage

Category 4: Winds from 131 mph to 155 mph, 13-18 feet storm surge, and extreme damage

Category 5: Winds greater than 155 mph, 18 feet or higher storm surge, and catastrophic damage

                   PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
This program is designed for people who would need assistance, or who depend on medical assistance, and would need special care should there be an emergency evacuation.

The program is coordinated by the Emergency Management Division with the assistance of Emergency Medical Services, Council on Aging and the School Board.

A dedicated PSN (people with special needs) shelter is established when evacuations occur. This facility is staffed by personnel from the Health Dept., EMS, and local physicians, and is stocked with needed supplies.

Pre-registration is key for PSN's. During an emergency is not the time to get on the PSN list. If you would like to receive a registration form for yourself or someone you think needs to be on the PSN registry, please contact our office at (386)313-4200.

You may also email your request to

or write to the address below. Don't forget to include
your mailing address with all communication

 People with Special Needs
1200 E. Moody Boulevard #8
Bunnell, Florida 32110
Tel: (386) 313-4200
Fax: (386) 437-7388

There are forms in the Beverly Beach Town Office for People with
Special Needs. You may pick one up at your convenience
during standard office hours. (10 a.m. to 2 p.m.)



                 PUBLIC NOTICES
                     Aerial Spraying (Scroll Down!)

                    Watering Restrictions

Lawn watering throughout the area is restricted to certain days AND
times of day. In Beverly Beach the guidelines are as follows:

During Daylight Savings Time you may water twice weekly.

  • For odd-numbered houses the days are Wednesday and Saturday.
  • For even-numbered housed the days are Thursday and Sunday.
  • Businesses can water on Tuesday and Fridays.

During Standard Time watering is restricted to ONE day per week as follows:

  • For odd numbered houses that day is Saturday.
  • For even numbered houses that day is Sunday.
  • Businesses may water on Tuesday.

                 You may not water after 10 AM or before 4 PM.

                Each zone can be watered for no more than one hour.

There are exceptions for newly planted lawns and application of fertilizers and pesticides.

                    Aerial Spraying

The East Flagler Mosquito Control District has given public notice, in compliance with the FAA, that they may apply control products by helicopter over or adjacent to congested areas of Flagler County and its municipalities. The purpose of these flights is for the suppression of mosquito populations. The district may also perform low level flights over and adjacent to wetlands.

All control products are approved by the Florida Department of Agriculture and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.  For more information or to be added to the District's advance notification list, visit the District's web site at or call 386.445.413.

                        Flagler County
      Human Services Department Web Site


Flagler County Human Services provides the following indigent health care services:
  • Medical assistance can be arranged for low-income, uninsured residents of Flagler County that meet eligibility criteria
  • Prescription assistance
  • Emergency dental care
  • Wheelchair / walker loan program
  • Assistance completing Social Security disability applications

When funds are available, Flagler County Human Services
provides the following emergency assistance services:

  • Assistance with past due rent or utilities can be provided two times per household, per 12 month period (no deposits)
  • Assistance can be provided toward a first month’s rent payment in certain situations
  • Emergency food funds are provided to support the Flagler Resource Center, a local food pantry that is operated by Church Women United in a county facility.
           George Wickline Senior Center

    The George Wickline Senior Center provides:
  • Hot, nutritionally balanced meals served Monday through Friday at 12:00 noon
  • Scheduled entertainment and social activities
  • Guest speakers
  • A pool table
  • A computer lab with internet access
  • A lending library

For more information about this program, please
contact Gloria McKay at (386) 586-2324 ext. 304.

800 S Daytona Avenue, Flagler Beach, FL 32136
(386) 517-2435

                               "PERMITTING 101"


The Town Hall tries to keep our citizens informed, involved, and up-to-date on newly passed Ordinances, Resolutions, or other county or state laws that have an impact on how we all conduct our day-to-day business. Still, residents often say they are not aware of certain Code changes or Resolutions passed by the Commission that may be applicable to them, whether it is permitting, requesting a variance hearing, or having what may be classified as a "special event or activity."
Don't be caught in a tricky situation! When in doubt, call the Town Hall or stop by to ask if you need a permit, a variance, or just to confirm that none is needed. This is especially important for any work done that may need approval by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection or the St. John's River Water Management District!
Nearly ALL exterior work needs a building permit, whether it is replacement windows, installation of a new HVAC unit, a new roof, or an addition to an existing structure. Residents of Surfside Estates have additional community guidelines and should check with the office.

There are "setback" restrictions throughout Beverly Beach, and those guidelines are
different for Surfside Estates
. Often, if a homeowner wishes to erect a fence, a variance hearing may be necessary due to the width of the lot and the width of the setback restrictions.

Interior work MAY need a building permit, depending on the scope of the work. Generally, ALL electrical, HVAC, and plumbing work must be permitted. Extensive interior renovations will probably require permitting and inspection.

Any event that is open to the public in which you anticipate attendance in excess of 100 people, OR you will have amplified sound, OR there is a reasonable anticipation of needing traffic control, sanitary facilities, or health and fire inspections will most likely require an Application for a Special Event/Activity which requires an application fee and hearing before the Commission 60 days in advance of the event.

The Town is gradually moving forward and the Town Commission and Mayor are working toward a goal of more effectively abiding by and being guided by our Charter and Code. Again - stay informed and when in doubt, just give us a call or stop by! By being proactive, the Town's daily workings will run smoothly and further enhance this great little piece of the world called Beverly Beach.

Copies of all Ordinances, Resolutions, Planning and Zoning Hearings, and Commission Meetings are available for inspection or copying at the Town Hall during normal working hours. Just ask!


Town of Beverly Beach, Florida

2735 N. Oceanshore Blvd.
Beverly Beach, Fl 32136
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