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Mississippi Gulf Coast National Heritage Area: http://www.msgulfcoastheritage.ms.gov
The City of Moss Point was awarded an $11,500.00 grant from the Mississippi Gulf Coast National Heritage Area (MGNHA). The grant is made possible by continued funding from the Mississippi State Legistlature and Annual Congressional appropriations to the National Park Services that passes funds to National Heritage Area (NHA) entities.
The Mississippi Gulf Coast National Heritage Area's goal is to enhance, conserve, promote, and provide connectivity among the Mississippi Gulf Coast's many heritage resources. These resources serve as a source of pride and identity for residents who are stakeholders in this conservation effort. These resources provide heritage tourists with authentic experiences reflective of the Mississippi Gulf Coast National Heritage Area.
"Residents benefit from increased awareness and appreciation of their environment, history, culture, traditions, and lifestyles. The economic effects of cultural and nature tourism benefit the entire region, and support the long-term enhancement and conservation of those qualities that make the Mississippi Gulf Coast unique", states Rhonda Price, Director of the Mississippi Gulf Coast National Heritage Area.
Projected Touring Program
Fire Incident Reports may be obtained from the Fire Inspection Division at Moss Point Fire Department 4204 Bellview Ave. Moss Point, Ms. 39563. The Fire Inspection Division's office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. The current fee for a Fire Incident Report is $10.00.
Only the person whose name appears on the report can obtain a copy.The Moss Point Fire Inspection Division can be reached at:
Moss Point Fire Department4204 Bellview AvenueMoss Point, MS. 39563Phone: 228-475-8848 Ext. 7702
Burning Permits may be obtained from the Fire Inspection Division at Moss Point Fire Department 4204 Bellview Ave. Moss Point, Ms. The Fire Inspection Division's office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. The current burn permit cost is twelve dollars. Burn Permits are good for one year from date of purchase. All burning regulations are listed on permit and must be followed.
As Job openings become available they will be posted to City of Moss Point Current Jobs Page. Applications for current job openings may be applied for on line at the City of Moss Point web site. Applicants may also apply in person at the City of Moss Point Human Resources Department 4320 McInnis Ave. Moss Point, Ms. 39563. Please call 228-475-0300 for more information.
The Committee meets the third Thursday of each month from 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. at the Riverfront Welcome Center. To see Healthy Hometown Committee agendas and minutes, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, Mississipi Online Voter Information Center is resourceful and free to the public. Click here: http://www.sos.ms.gov/Vote/Pages/default.aspx
Ordinance No. 958
Once the affidavit is filed it will then be reviewed by the Municipal Court Judge who will determine if a warrant will be issued. After the warrant is issued an arrest is made you will receive a subpoena to appear in court to testify. There is no fee to file charges.
Initial complaints may be reported to any on duty patrol supervisor. If you feel the supervisor was not able to assist you properly you may contact the Deputy Chief of Police directly at 474-4088. The Deputy Chief’s office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Complaints may be initially received verbally, in writing, in person, by telephone, by mail or by electronic means. The supervisor will give you a citizen complaint form with no questions asked where you may either fill it out at the police station or take it with you.
Once the police department receives your complaint it will be evaluated and assigned to an investigator if warranted.