Tuesday, August 30
-Budget Workshop, 1:30 pm
Public Works, Engineering, Legislative (Council), Water & Sewer, and Port/Harbor proposed budgets will be discussed
Tuesday, September 6
-Council Meeting, 6:00
Tuesday, September 20
-Council Meeting, 1:30
Tuesday, September 27
-Council Meeting, 1:30
Tuesday,October 4
-Council Meeting, 6:00

REMINDERS…

(08/19/16) HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS (MDOT)  Are you prepared?

(02/15/16)  I’ve added a link to Crime Mapping (above) which tracks crime, by location, in Biloxi.  See Frequently Asked Questions to understand how this program may help you.

(02/15/16)  If you’re looking for an item that appeared on this page previously but is no longer listed/shown, click on the Archives link at the top right corner of this webpage.

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(08/27/16)  What is the Development and Review Committee?  The DRC is a group representing key city departments and is a forum for would-be developers to work out any issues involving their proposed development. The group meets Wednesdays at 9 a.m. at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Municipal Building, 676 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
What is the Architectural and Historical Review Commission?  The AHRC, which is made up of nine citizens appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council, reviews plans and development in historic districts and at landmarks in the city. The AHRC meets the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 8:30 a.m. in the auditorium of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Municipal Building, 676 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
What is the Biloxi Planning Commission?  The Planning Commission, which is made up of 15 citizens appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council, reviews development plans and makes recommendations to the City Council. The commission meets the first and third Thursday of every month at 2 p.m. Meetings are in the auditorium of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Municipal Building, 676 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
To view the agenda for each commission/committee listed above, visit the  Community Development homepage and follow the agenda links at above the director’s photo. click here

(08/19/16)  If your garbage, recycling or trash is not picked up on the appointed day, you should contact Waste Pro at 818-5393.  Garbage is picked up each Tuesday and Friday in Biloxi south of I-10; garbage pickup is Wednesday and Saturday north of I-10.  Recycling and trash is picked up each Friday by Waste Pro for all areas of Biloxi south of I-10; recycling and trash pickup is Wednesday north of I-10.  Trash, including tree and lawn trimmings, or bulky non-hazardous material should be placed curbside.  Note: Waste Pro (under their contract) will not pick trash generated by private contractors or tree services.  Also, not included in trash pickup are tires, refrigerators, air conditioners or any hazardous material.

(08/19/16)  The city’s annual Storm & Flood Preparedness newsletter landed in your mailbox earlier this week.  Take some time to review the information/updates inside designed to help you prepare for adverse weather conditions as we enter the most active months of hurricane season.  Storm & Flood Preparedness 2016

(08/19/16)  Tune in to the city’s weekly podcast for dialogue on current city issues… City Desk

(08/16/16)  A forced main (pressurized sewer pipe that connects a sewer lift station to another lift station or manhole) ruptured Sunday night, 08/14/16, at the south end of Pine Grove Avenue, just north of Highway 90.  A Public works crew worked until midnight to repair the break.

Force Main rupture, Pine Grove & Hwy 90, 08-15-16

 

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