There is a NEW Boil Water Notice in effect for the same area as last time – from the west side of Hwy. 49 from the Shell station north to the VFW.
Excerpt from article found on ONLYINYOURSTATE.COM…
Being that Mississippi is filled with so many small, close-knit towns, we automatically assume that every city in the state is just as safe as the next; however, with the help of Safewise we’ve put together a list of the safest cities in the entire state. The following information is based on FBI Crime Report Data, which takes into consideration both violent and property crimes, of Mississippi cities with a population of 2,000 or above.
Click here to find out how our City of Florence rates…
The Rankin County Board of Supervisors has issued an official BURN BAN for RANKIN COUNTY effective immediately.
This ban includes all outside burning of tree limbs, leaves, debris etc. The burn ban will remain in effect for the next 30 days. If it is determined that environmental conditions improve before the 30 days is over, the ban will be lifted at that time. If conditions do not improve, the burn ban will be extended.
The public will be notified once the burn ban is lifted.
For questions or comments regarding this Burn Ban, please contact The Rankin County Board of Supervisors Office at 601-825-1475 or Rankin County Emergency Operations at 601-825-1499.
We’re finally in our beautiful new Municipal Complex, and we are soooooo excited to be here! Watch this space for details on an “Open House” once we get completely settled in. Our phone numbers have not changed, just the location of our offices. Come to the new addition for City Hall, the Mayor’s office, Planning and Zoning, and the Water Department. City Court, traffic ticket payments and the Police Department will stay in our original building.
Congratulations to the 2015 Florence Cyclones All-star Team – State All-star Champions!!!