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City of Marathon – Recovery Update

CITY OPERATIONS City Hall has resumed normal operations.  Permit applications are accepted daily from 8:00 am until 4:30 pm daily.   Jesse Hobbs Park on 41st Street is open daily from 7 am until 6 pm.   Community Park is open (baseball field, tennis courts, softball, playground, basketball, and Skate Park) open 8 am – 10 pm. Rotary Park is open; both Children’s and Dog parks, and we have begun cleaning and restoring Sombrero Beach and Coco Plum Beach.  We are doing our best to open the beaches as soon as possible for our residents and visitors. The City Hall main line is 305-743-0033; Facebook cityofmarathon,florida Twitter @marathoncityfl

VEGETATIVE DEBRIS REDUCTION VIA AIR CURTAIN BURNING TO BEGIN THIS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19TH– The City will begin burning vegetative debris on the golf course property via “Air Curtain” burning by Thursday. This will reduce the volume of the debris by 97%, therefore we will realize a tremendous cost savings. The Department of Environmental Protection and Forestry Fire Service have approved this reduction method which meets all air quality standards.

By burning via air curtain, a process designed for metropolitan and suburban use, we will save landfill space. Where we are burning on this golf course property we exceed the setback requirements by double (600 ft. vs. 300 ft). This process burns extremely hot, 1000 degrees Celsius, with virtually no smoke.

WASTEWATER – The City Council recently authorized a 50% percent credit on the September wastewater flow charge.  This credit will be based on the usage from September 2016, and will be credited on a future bill, most likely November.  There is nothing for the customer to do to receive the credit; it will be automatic.

Do not remove your candy cane vent if it is damaged. This will aid crews in locating the pipe and restoring your sewer faster.  If your candy cane is broken you can also email utilities@ci.marathon.fl.us with your address and approximate location of the candy cane.  Call 305-517-6764 for wastewater emergencies.

The City’s wastewater system is 100% operational.  For Wastewater Emergencies, Please call 305-517-6764. 

WATER: There are no boil water advisories in the Keys at this time, but we are asking everyone to conserve water.

Please click on the links below for additional information.

CONTINUED RENTAL ASSISTANCE

DISASTER RECOVERY CENTER IN MARATHON IS RELOCATING

FEMA RENTAL ASSISTANCE OF 300% FAIR MARKET RATE FOR DISASTER SURVIVORS

DEBRIS

MARINE DEBRIS

NFIP SUBSTANTIAL DAMAGE: WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR FLORIDA’S DISASTER SURVIVORS?

TEMPORARY PLACEMENT PERMITS

REPAIRS TO WATER STRUCTURES – ACOE PERMITS   ACOE EMERGENCY PERMIT INFORMATION QUESTIONAIRE

POST STORM GUIDANCE – ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE PERMITTING

CONTRACTING AND PERMITTING GUIDELINES

SCAMS / HOW TO REPORT AN UNLICENSED CONTRACTOR

ELECTRICAL SERVICE CONNECTIONS

HOME CLEANUP ASSISTANCE 

NON PROFIT GRANT INFORMATION

AMERICAN RED CROSS    ADDITIONAL BUSINESS RECOVERY CENTERS

FEMA DAILY SNAPSHOT

U.S SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION