Resident Resources

 

Please see the following services and resources for Gulf Breeze City Residents. 

Alarm Registration (Permit)

 

Residents and Businesses located within the City Limits of Gulf Breeze must complete an Alarm Registration Form as per City Ordinance Sec. 5-51.

 

An application for alarm registration may be picked up at Gulf Breeze City Hall between the hours of 8 AM and 4 PM.

Found Pet Notifications  

 

Residents can recieve notifications on their cell phone about found pets by registering on  the Nixle Pet Notification System.

 

When the police department is notified and / or recovers a lost pet, this information will be submitted through the nixle program that will include breed / color / size of the pet and if available, a picture will be provided.  Residents can simply subscribe to the service by following instructions here:

 

Local Utilities:

Gulf Power

 

Customer Service:

 1-800-225-5797

 

Report a Power Outage:

 See Outage Map

1-800-487-6937

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For Lost Pet Messages inside the City of Gulf Breeze 

Text:  lostdog to 888777

Property Watch Orders

 

The Gulf Breeze Police Department provides property watch requests for residents living inside the City Limits of Gulf Breeze only.

 

Residents that will be out of town on vacation may request law enforcement to make specific patrols of their residence by completing the property watch order form.  

Please note that property watch orders may not exceed 30 days from start date. Homes that are vacant (For Sale) or vacant (For Rent) do not qualify for the property watch order program.

A Watch Order Request Form may be completed at the front desk of the Gulf Breeze Police Department between 8 AM and 4 PM.

 Legal Notice- effective July 1, 2006 Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public-records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.

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