City of Valparaiso

Announcements

January 16, 2018

Public Safety Urges Caution in Severe Cold Weather Conditions

Hard Freeze Warning has been issued for Okaloosa County from January 17th to January 18th. Low temperatures will range from the mid-teens to around 20 degrees. Residents are encouraged to pay attention to local television and radio stations while observing the following precautions during hazardous weather conditions:




January 10, 2018

City Departments Closed January 15th in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

City of Valparaiso departments are CLOSED Monday, January 15, 2018 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Essential and/or emergency services from Fire and Police departments will remain open for public assistance. Please contact the appropriate department for additional inquiries.




November 7, 2017

Valparaiso Awarded as the 9th Safest City in Florida

SafeWise released its “20 Safest Cities in Florida” report on October 23, 2017. To compile this report, SafeWise used the most recent FBI crime data from 2015 to analyze and rank these cities, which all have a minimum population of 3,000 people.

SafeWise security analyst Alexia Chianis commented on the report, “Like all states, Florida has its dangerous places, but the cities on our list certainly aren’t included. The average crime rate among the southeastern-most state’s twenty safest locations was 65% lower than the national average in 2015—with a mere ten crimes reported per 1,000 people."

See the full list, here: https://www.safewise.com/blog/safest-cities-florida/




August 17, 2017

Letter issued to Valparaiso from Florida Dept. of Environmental Protection

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) issued a letter to Valparaiso officials regarding sedimentation issues affecting Tom's Bayou and other adjacent waterways. DEP and other involved parties are working to resolve these issues. Read the DEP letter regarding the development of a comprehensive restoration plan.




November 25, 2013

Online bill paying option available for E-Billing subscribers

Great news! E-Billing subscribers can choose to pay their city bills online. City of Valparaiso customers can now pay their bill online 24/7 with a credit card, debit card or e-Check.  This service is provided through Pay N Seconds, a third party payment processor, specializing in secure bill payment options.  To make a payment through this service, simply click on the Pay Online link below and you will be instantly directed to Pay N Seconds.  If you are using this service for the first time, you will be prompted to create an account prior to making your payment.

*When making a payment you will need your CUSTOMER # and the FULL BALANCE DUE.

To pay your Bill, click the button below

Pay N Seconds




August 1, 2013

Valparaiso residents can receive digital city bills through E-Billing

Residents of Valparaiso now have the option of enrolling in our new E-Billing program. Subscribing residents can choose to receive their cable and utility bill through e-mail instead of a paper bill in the mail.
E-Billing is beneficial in many aspects for customers and for the environment. E-Billing provides customers the convenience of accessing and/or paying city bills anytime, anywhere with an internet connection.

Please see Frequently Asked Questions about E-Billing to help answer your questions.

Signing up is simple and free. Click the button below to enroll in E-Billing.

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