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Posted on: November 20, 2020

Hurricane Sally Recovery and Relief Loans

Dock on a lake

FEMA and the US Small Business Administration are working to help residents of Okaloosa County with disaster relief related to Hurricane Sally.

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Citizen of the Year nominations being accepted

The City of Crestview Florida

Nominations are now being accepted through Nov. 1 for the city’s Mae Retha Coleman Crestview Citizen of the Year award, the annual recognition of a Crestview resident who unselfishly goes above and beyond to better our community.

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Crestview voters to decide charter amendments

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If approved, Crestview charter changes will annex Foxwood Estates, make city districts more proportional, make government more efficient, and increase election participation by moving municipal elections to coincides with state and federal elections.

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Posted on: November 20, 2020

Hurricane Sally Recovery and Relief Loans

Dock on a lake

FEMA and the US Small Business Administration are working to help residents of Okaloosa County with disaster relief related to Hurricane Sally.

2020 - Carousel Template
Posted on: November 20, 2020

Citizen of the Year nominations being accepted

The City of Crestview Florida

Nominations are now being accepted through Nov. 1 for the city’s Mae Retha Coleman Crestview Citizen of the Year award, the annual recognition of a Crestview resident who unselfishly goes above and beyond to better our community.

Read on...

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Posted on: November 20, 2020

Crestview voters to decide charter amendments

Downtown

If approved, Crestview charter changes will annex Foxwood Estates, make city districts more proportional, make government more efficient, and increase election participation by moving municipal elections to coincides with state and federal elections.

Read on...

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Posted on: March 18, 2021

Crestview Spring Cleaning coming April 12-24

An off-duty Crestview Police officer and his shift clean up an elderly resident's yard.

The onset of spring-like weather inspires many residents to give their homes a good spring cleaning. With April being National Volunteer Month, Crestview residents and organizations are invited to join city officials to help tidy up their city as well.

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Crestview News
Posted on: April 14, 2021

Doug Capps assumes City Council seat

New Crestview City Councilman Doug Capps takes the oath of office April 12.

The city’s newest member of the City Council assumed his seat on the dais Monday when Douglas Capps was sworn in by City Clerk Betsy Roy. He now occupies the District 3 seat formerly held by Harry LaBoeuf, who, with his wife, will be moving out ...

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Crestview News
Posted on: April 7, 2021

Torch Run, mayoral proclamation honor Special Olympics in Crestview

Crestview Police K9 Officer Corey Rawles runs in the Law Enforcement Torch Run.

Citing the program’s many positive attributes, Mayor JB Whitten proclaimed April 3 Special Olympics Day in Crestview. The proclamation came at the start of the regional Okaloosa County games that morning, hosted again at Crestview High School&am...

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Crestview News
Posted on: April 6, 2021

Popular CPD officer retires: 'I've just been doing my job'

CPD Chief Stephen McCosker gives retired Officer Wanda Hulion her service pistol as a memento.

Giving up her patrol vehicle for a camper bus, popular Crestview Police Officer Wanda Hulion retired March 23 following a 15-year career with the agency. A couple weeks later, she returned to the Police Department for a very special memento.

Her service pi...

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Crestview News
Posted on: April 1, 2021

Annual Triple B barbecue festival draws close to 12K to Main Street

Organizers estimate as many as 12,000 people attended this year’s Triple B barbecue festival March 2

An estimated 10,000 to 12,000 attendees sauntered up and down Main Street while enjoying balmy spring weather, sampling barbecue, dancing to live bands, and otherwise relishing the county seat’s signature downtown festival.

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Crestview News
Posted on: April 1, 2021

Community clergy pray for city, leaders and people

City Manager Tim Bolduc offers the scripture lesson during Crestview’s first Blessing of the City.

The city, its first responders, its leaders and its people received the combined and individual blessings from multiple area clergy members during a recent Blessing of the City, a worship service held in Spanish Trail Park to allow outdoor social distanci...

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