- October 11, 2016 - FEMA help for Small Businesses Impacted by Hurricane Matthew
- October 6, 2016 - All Citrus County Schools WILL BE CLOSED on October 7, 2016.
- October 6, 2016 - For Emergency Information please contact the Citrus County Sheriff's Department.
- October 28, 2016 - FEMA National Flood Insurance Program Extends Filing 30 Days
- October 19, 2016 - Hermine Survivors Receive Federal Aid
- October 13, 2016 - Final Pick-up for Storm Debris Scheduled
- October 3, 2016 - FDEM and FEMA Teams Canvassing Stricken Areas
- September 30, 2016 - Citrus County Residents and Business Owners Urged to Register for Disaster Assistance
- September 28, 2016 - President Declares Major Disaster for Florida and Citrus County
- September 15, 2016 - County Begins Storm Debris Collection on September 19th
- September 09, 2016 - FEMA Representatives Arrive in Citrus County to Assess Damage
- September 6, 2016
- Q. If I bring storm debris to the landfill, will there be a charge?
- Q. What do I do with the storm debris at my property?
- A. If you're in a storm impacted area West of Hwy. 19, debris should be piled and separated by material where it can be mechanically collected. Please separate the materials by natural vegetative (tree debris and limbs), construction/demolition debris (furniture, carpet, shingles, building materials), and household hazardous waste. (Household hazardous waste will not be collected by the contractor but may be taken to the Citrus County Central Landfill.) [See Press Release]
- Hauling hurricane related debris and household garbage to the curb
- Bringing Household Hazardous Waste to the Landfill
- Repair Permit Instructions
- Instructions for completing Cost Damage Estimate forms for flood damaged structures
- Q. How do I find a licensed contractor in Citrus County?
- A. On the Board of County Commissioners website, click on Departments, Building Division. On the side navigation bar select Online-Permitting to "Search Permit / Contractor" information.