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Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax

Now is the time to prepare for the 2024 Hurricane Season! The 2024 Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holidays will take place Saturday, June 1 through Friday, June 14, and Saturday, August 24 through Friday, September 6. Have your home, family and pets ready before disaster strikes.

2024 Martin County Parks and Recreation Needs Assessment Survey

Do you LOVE Martin County Parks? Our Master Plan is designed to prioritize the needs and desires of our community regarding our parks, recreational facilities, amenities, programs, and services. Take a few minutes to answer our 2024 Martin County Parks and Recreation Needs Assessment Survey and help us shape the future of Martin County Parks and Recreation. The survey closes on Monday, June 17.

2023 Drinking Water Quality Report now available

Read how Martin County Utilities provides residents and businesses with reliable water, sewer, and reclaimed water management services.

Dump the Pump – Free Public Transit Day!

MARTY fares will be waived on Thursday, June 20 to encourage residents to "dump the pump" and reduce fuel usage. 

Martin County issues burn ban

Martin County has announced a burn ban for unincorporated Martin County effective June 7 to remain in place until further notice. The ban is in response to the extremely dry conditions and lack of rainfall.

Hurricane Preparedness

Hurricane season begins June 1 and ends Nov. 30. Martin County would like to remind residents about the importance of being prepared should a hurricane threaten our area. Review our hurricane preparedness page for information and resources.

Water Wisely! Help Protect our Water Resources

Did you know that Martin County has year-round landscape irrigation conservation measures in place? These measures limit landscaping and lawn irrigation in unincorporated Martin County to two days a week and include restrictions on times watering is allowed. Help protect our water resources and ecosystems for future generations!

Martin County Branches Out for Hurricane Preparedness

Prevent storm debris by preparing your property for hurricane season (June 1 – Nov. 30). Let’s get it done before June 1! You can help reduce a storm’s impact by cutting back trees and vegetation that could damage your home and property. All major vegetation projects should be completed before the start of hurricane season.

At Work

Projects Portal

Projects Portal

Search the Martin County Project Portal to view details about projects in your neighborhood.

Request for Service

Request for Service

Submit a request for non-emergency county services, information, or report a concern, 24/7.

Cone Zone

Cone Zone

View a map of road closures and restrictions in unincorporated Martin County.

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Connect with Martin County, Florida on Social Media and Download the Connect Martin App!




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